Visit Maastricht, a city with an international flair, steeped in history, with so much to see that you will struggle to fit it all in.
Famed for cheese, syrup waffles and candles, Gouda occupies an important place in the Netherlands history.
Drown in the colorful tiles, the vibrant streets, exotic food, and an endless maze of markets. Let go of what you know.
Spain’s third largest city, Valencia, is not only the birthplace of paella, but also a vibrant place with amazing food, architecture, and culture.
A coffee-drinkers paradise, the capital of Finland offers so much more to the visitors than (just) saunas, reindeers, and a close proximity to Russia.
Rouen is famous for it’s association with Joan of Arc, who was dramatically burned alive in the Place De Vieux Marche in 1431.
Narrow meandering streets, sparkling views across The Grand Harbour, and richly decorated balconies await you in the compact capital of Malta.
Less known by tourists than Florence, Pisa, or Rome; Bologna has over the years rightfully earned the respect of the Italian folk.
The fresh moorland air in your lungs, fly fishing, hiking, and cream teas will linger long in your memory after a visit to Tavistock.
Shanghai – the symbol of modern China, but find yourself in the backstreets of the Old Town and you’ll gain a very different insight.