The ‘Little-Paris of Italy’- Turin proves that it is just as tourist-worthy as its ‘fellow’ Italian cities.
Weert with it’s abundant culture, international cuisine, unusual lodgings provides a perfect location for a weekend away and caters for all tastes.
Meander through the narrow medieval streets of Siena for a glimpse of its magic, marvel at its architectural wonders and tuck into its delightful food.
You don’t have to love wine to love Bordeaux – but it helps! Check out our guide to see what to do, see and eat while you’re there.
Much more than just being famous for a football team – Manchester is vibrant with music, history, arts and great food.
Get lost in Melbourne and be mesmerized by everything which the city has to offer. Rooftop bars, street art, a numerous amount of museum.
Puglia has long coasts, beautiful inner landscapes, a rich History, gorgeous villages and towns, a pleasant climate and good food. Everyone finds his groove.
The southern hospitality, hearty cuisine, Civil War history, blooming magnolias – just a few of the things that make Charleston the No 1. tourist destination.
Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach – which is Australia’s most famous beach, a botanical garden, and much more await you in Sydney, Australia.
The ”pink city” Toulouse in the South-West of France fills all your architectural and cultural desires; the hospitality offer is amazing. Book your ticket.