Athens, the city of the gods. Officially founded in 800 BC, it is one of the oldest cities in the world, although men, charmed by the beauty of this site like no other, began to leave their marks here in the Neolithic age, several thousands of years ago.
The mythical “journey to Naples” has always evoked emotions A great escape in the cradle of Western culture with the Mediterranean Sea and splendor of the surrounding islands on the horizon.
Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip to Basel Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? I have compiled a selection for you.
Dresden, just the name makes many people think of Christmas markets, Christmas baking and the Erz Mountains. And one reason why the Dresden Christmas Market is so popular is probably because it takes place against a picturesque backdrop in the middle of the Old Town.
Bari is the attractive capital of and a popular starting point for trips in the Apulia region. A region on the heel of the boot of Italy that with magnificent coastlines, picturesque small towns and natural treasures is representative of the entire spectrum of southern Italian culture and landscape.
The name alone evokes the absolutely extraordinary. Everyone aspires to come to Venice, and all those who have already made the trip to this Italian wonderland dream only of one thing: of returning again and again and again. No city in the world is so well known and yet so secret.
Hardly any other city in the world has so many historic quarters, magnificent Renaissance buildings and a cathedral that is one of the most beautiful churches in the world. And Florence also has the epitome of male beauty: David of Michelangelo.
Porto, or Oporto, as Portugal's second largest city is often called, is located in the far north of the country, yet radiates such warmth and hospitality that it quickly seduces every visitor.
Anyone who thinks Oslo is a sleepy city is simply wrong. This city has an international flair. It is in a picturesque location at the head of the Oslo fjord, and it never fails to take its visitors’ hearts by storm.
Do you want to visit impressive attractions? You’re looking for the most famous shopping miles or enchanting boutiques for the perfect shopping trip? Or you’re interested in fascinating buildings of art and culture? Barcelona is just the place for you.
The second largest city in Switzerland is a booming finance center with lots to offer. However, if you wish to take a break from Geneva’s busy city life, the mountains are just a stone’s throw away, and you can see the majestic Mont Blanc right from the city center.
Besides being known for its music and architecture, Hamburg also reflects its history as the capital of the Hanseatic League (the Hansa), making it a nice surprise at the water's edge.
Here are a few lesser-known attractions that you shouldn't miss on a trip to Stockholm.
Traveling to Amsterdam and not sure what to do? Skip the Red Light District and opt for these more authentic activities instead.
Brussels is an awesome melting pot of styles, tastes, people and cultures. The city has enough bars and restaurants to try a new one every day. A human life is too short to visit all the museums Brussels hosts.
It’s often said that Madrid is the most Spanish city in Spain, and you won’t be bored for even a split second! Thousands of renowned artworks by numerous artists are on display in world-famous museums, while the city’s impressive architecture features enormous palaces and so much more.
Milan is one of the world’s great fashion capitals and is often called the home of Italian chic. But while shopping is definitely a must in Milan, there are plenty of other things to enjoy as well.
Far from the crowded resorts with enormous swimming pools and large glasses of beer, Mallorca is truly a hidden treasure in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea. Unique sites, historical buildings, picturesque villages, and big mountains cover the island, which measures 3,640 square kilometres.
Spanish and Roman ruins, sophisticated dining and wining, French and Belgium elements in architecture, are we still in The Netherlands ? Maastricht is a lively and energetic city with an attraction and allure many times larger than its actual size.
Rotterdam is trendy and happening. The copious skyline made the city world famous, but the skyscraper capital of The Netherlands has much more to offer besides hyper modern architecture. Rotterdam deserves its nickname "Manhattten on the Maas"
This guide keeps it short and sweet, showing you only the best of the best in this wonderful city. Join me for a tour of Ghent that is a full of fascinating tips as it is brief.
Utrecht is the 4th largest city in The Netherlands and because of its central location a real meeting point for people from the entire country. The city boasts canals, a Miffy museum and a great shopping experience. Due to a large student population there's no shortage of bars.
Often regarded as the perfect winter destination, Vienna also has much to offer when the days get warmer. Make the most of your visit with these tips in this glorious capital.
The Danes have turned coping with winter into an art form. Take a leaf out of their book and enjoy winter like a real Copenhagener with this special guide to the coldest months Denmark's capital.
The Haugue may not be the largest city in The Netherlands, but it is worth visiting. See Het Binnenhof, Mauritshuis, Gemeentemuseum and The Peace Palace.
Delft, the old city not far away from The Hague has a lot to offer. The history of the House of Orange, the Army Museum an the world famous Delft Blue.