Great architecture, heavenly beer, tasty food and friendly people. These are the four pillars of a successful destination, which Prague is without a doubt. It is impossible to get bored in this city.
Barcelona satisfies many expectations. A variety of attractions, including the blue Mediterranean Sea, beautiful beaches and lovely climate are a paradise for everyone who also likes good food. The local wine is also exquisite!
Berlin is a city you want to return to. A pulsating metropolis with a real mix of old buildings and modern architecture, exciting people and many attractions. It is the perfect place for business and leisure.
Bratislava is Slovakia’s capital with around 500,000 inhabitants. For many, the city is nothing more than a stopover on their way to Vienna, Prague or Budapest.
Lisbon is Europe's foremost maritime city. This is where traders and explorers began their journeys out into the big, wide world. Lisbon is also characterised by many beautiful monuments from the Portuguese Golden Age.
Before WWII, Dresden was called the Florence of northern Europe. It was a clear reference to the city's beauty. Dresden was destroyed during the war, but today it stands restored, beautiful and inviting again.
The Spanish town of Sitges is a pearl on the Costa Garraf. It is located between Barcelona and Tarragona, so there are possibilities to combine active city holidays with relaxation.
Düsseldorf is a modern, trendy, wealthy German city, the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia.
A glass of wine, a pitch-black café solo and maybe some fried squid with a few slices of serrano ham from the tapas bar is often a good starting point before throwing yourself into the life of Madrid, the Spanish capital.
Kraków is considered the cultural capital of Poland. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is, therefore, no coincidence that over seven million tourists visit the city each year.