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.
Old and new, East and West, high and low, Buda and Pest. Budapest is clearly a city of contrasts. It is a place for all types of people – no matter if you are after great architecture, a spa weekend, good food and wine or a proper party.
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.
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.
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.
One of Poland’s most charming cities has 650,000 inhabitants and bears the name Wroclaw. It stretches over 12 islands and is surrounded by the River Odra.
There are almost too many sights in Vienna. The Austrian capital has, therefore, something to offer everyone.
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia. The city is both urban and cultural, so it makes for a great destination for all types of tourists. It is located on a peninsula surrounded by mighty mountains and the beautiful Adriatic Sea.
Dubrovnik is a wonderful mix of old and new. It rightfully boasts of being one of the world's most beautiful cities.