Valencia has been a real tourist magnet in the past couple of years. People from all over the world are flooding into this, the third-largest city in Spain. Four million people visit Valencia every year.
An increasing number of people will have heard of Gdansk. It was high time for this Polish city overflowing with charm and dramatic history to get noticed. Tourists are now queueing up to see the sights.
Heidelberg is surrounded by green hills and the River Neckar. This beautiful city has played a central role in the history of German politics. It comes as no surprise that the city is among Germany's top tourist destinations.
Michelin Star chefs, movie stars and architectural gems. All of these are Bilbao and San Sebastian in a nutshell. No-one has ever taken the stardust away from these two well-known cities in the north of Spain.
The times of drunken tourists in Palma are over. A new type of tourist has been flooding into Palma de Mallorca since it changed as a holiday destination.
Porto is Portugal’s second-largest city. It is famous for its wine, primarily the strong kind. However, many other great types are produced in Portugal.
For many, Alicante is just a stopover, a place on the way to their final destination. However, Alicante has many great qualities and is a fully-developed, yet underestimated, holiday destination.
The fairy tale town of Sintra is only 2-hours train ride away from the Portuguese capital Lisbon. The town has 30 000 inhabitants and can boast with having the highest number of sights per capita.
Past and present go hand in hand in Warsaw. It is the exciting combination of a dark history and a bright future that makes the Polish capital so attractive to tourists.
Brno has a smaller Old Town than Prague, but the second-largest city in the Czech Republic, with 380,000 inhabitants, has many qualities and is definitely worth visiting.