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Recognized as one of the world’s most livable cities, Zürich is more than a financial center and reveals a rich culture accented by numerous opportunities for fine dining, night time entertainment, shopping and much more.
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Admire the famous stained-glass windows of the Fraumünster Church during a stroll through the picturesque Old Town, then enjoy the fresh breeze by Lake Zürich before savoring a hot chocolate at a terrace. Whether you prefer the outdoors or the dance floor of a trendy nightclub, there is not much you cannot find in Zurich.
Famous for its Golden Age canals and impressive architecture, Amsterdam is the perfect city for drinking and dining. Discover Amsterdam through its world-class museums, joyous festivals, delightful restaurants, and numerous bars. Learn more about the rich history of this city and the development of its tolerant society.
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Take a city trip to Amsterdam and you’ll find much more than charming canals and unique architecture, this endlessly fascinating city has a rich variety of must-see sights and unique things to do.
With an abundant selection of world-class galleries and leafy parks, alongside its one-of-a-kind atmosphere, it’s safe to say there’s nowhere quite like the Dutch capital. When in Amsterdam, take a canal cruise through the city’s legendary waterways, browse the many boutiques and savor Dutch delicacies, before you drop into a traditional brown café at night. Amsterdam’s attractions, events and sightseeing options will provide you with endless options for an unforgettable weekend away.
What to see in Amsterdam:
1. Get your cultural fix at a museum: Looking for a museum in the Amsterdam area? You won’t be disappointed thanks to the multitude of tempting options spread around the city. Museumplein is where you’ll find the city’s very finest, however, with the acclaimed Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and Stedelijk Museum all in close proximity. This lively square is also home to a diverse market and occasional open-air exhibitions, so make sure to save some time to explore these other highlights of Amsterdam.
2. Sample some Dutch specialties: From raw herring and bitterballen, to sweet treats such as stroopwafels and poffertjes, you’ll find plenty of delicious bites at the markets in Amsterdam. One excellent place to discover a wide variety is the Albert Cuyp Market, which is open Monday-Saturday in the hip neighborhood of De Pijp. Alternatively head to Foodhallen, a repurposed tram depot where you can go on a true culinary journey thanks to its wide variety of food stalls. One of the essential activities in Amsterdam.
3. The Nine Streets Amsterdam: Known as ‘De Negen Straatjes’ in Dutch, this picturesque collection of streets is the perfect place for shopping in Amsterdam. Whether it’s an independent art gallery, designer boutique or antique book shop, you’re sure to find something to tickle your fancy in this must-see area of the city. Shop till you drop and then kick back in one of the many cozy cafes or restaurants.
4. A blast of color at Bloemenmarkt: This floating flower market in Amsterdam is not to be missed thanks to its rich variety of brightly colored flowers. A delight for the senses, especially during tulip season from March to May, this multicolored strip of the city is waiting for you and your camera. If you missed tulip season in Amsterdam, make sure to buy some bulbs so you can plant your own miniature tulip field at home.
5. Escape the bustle of the city: Grab yourself some cheese and pastries and head to the lush greenery of Amsterdam’s Vondelpark for a picnic; it’s the perfect place to relax after a busy day of sightseeing in the city. Loved by Amsterdammers and tourists alike, this famous park is home to plenty of lakes, open spaces and even a spot for open-air theatre or live music performances from June to September.
When to go: Amsterdam is a great place to visit all year round. Whether you want to be there for tulip season in spring or see how the city sparkles during the festive season, it’s truly a city for any season. In fall, the streets carry a charming atmosphere as the leaves in Vondelpark turn golden, while in summer the whole city is alive with plenty of options for open-air drinking, dining and partying.
How to get around:
One option is to do it the Dutch way and get around by bike. Amsterdam is one of the most cycle-friendly cities in the world which makes it easy and quick to get from one spot to the other. The excellent public transport service includes frequently running buses, trams, trains, metros and even complimentary ferries. Consider getting yourself an I amsterdam City Card, which allows you to travel around the city via any kind of public transport, in addition to giving you access to some the major tourist highlights without the need of an Amsterdam guide.
With a rich multi-faceted personality, Bangkok is a city of contrasts with action at every turn.
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Marvel at the gleaming Wat Pho temple, catch a tuk tuk along the bustling Chinatown or take a longtail boat through floating markets. Food is another Bangkok highlight, from local street food to gourmet cuisine on a romantic rooftop. Racing towards the future, Bangkok, a city where the familiar and the exotic collide like the flavors of the delicious food you’ll get to try, at the Chatuchak weekend market.
Perfect for a weekend, the gorgeous Bengaluru has an eccentric list of fun things to do, from thrilling activities for adventure enthusiasts to gastronomical treat and wellness.
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A fast-growing tech hub, Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore) is one of India’s most progressive and cosmopolitan cities, blessed with a burgeoning drinking, dining and shopping scene. Treat yourself to a hot cup of chai, and stroll in a luxuriant park while admiring striking Victorian-era architecture. Bengaluru has also a lot to offer in terms of sports activities to satisfy your adrenaline craving soul.
Bohemian, dynamic, and bursting with culture—it’s hard not to fall in love with Berlin. Visit Berlin’s Cathedral, the historic Museum Island, the buzzing Alexanderplatz, and the regal Unter den Linden Boulevard.
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Explore a city with a vibrant culture, modern architecture, an exciting history, intense parties, and excellent food. Berlin is a big multicultural metropolis where locals and expats are friendly and curious to hear your story. Explore this diverse city with a rich history, visit the numerous museums and historical places, and explore the amazing nightlife that it has to offer. All in all, Berlin is an exciting hub for locals and tourists, and one of the most dynamic cities in Europe. Have 2 or 3 days in Berlin planned? The activities below should have you covered.
What to see in Berlin
1. An artistic look at the past Aside from Berlin’s Museum Island, a captivating ensemble of five world-renowned museums, the open-air East Side Gallery is a must when in the German capital. Featuring a series of murals painted directly on a long remnant of the Berlin Wall, this museum treats visitors to a selection of colorful and inspirational street art covering 1.3 km. Free museums don’t come much better than this.
2. Shopping in Berlin The Kurfürstendam, also known as Kudamm, is a 3,5km stretch where you can discover a wide array of designer stores, tiny boutiques and other alluring clothing stores. One of the true highlights in Berlin. Adjoining Kudamm you will notice the vast department store KaDeWe, which is as big as nine football fields. If you haven’t found what you’re looking for in the shops on the Kudamm, you will surely find it here.
3. Eat your way around the city. When it comes to dining you have seemingly endless options in Berlin thanks to the multitude of cultures that come together here. Traditional German food such as schnitzel, tender beef with potato dumplings and sauerkraut are of course a must. Not to mention the city’s signature dish of currywurst: bratwurst covered with ketchup and curry sauce along with a bun or fries.
4. Klunkerkranich: the spot for a stunning sunset over Berlin’s skyline Looking for Berlin tips? Head to this rooftop bar in Neukölln for a stunning view of Berlin’s skyline. This is the perfect place to end the day sipping a cocktail and watching the sun going down amidst a relaxed atmosphere. If you’re lucky you may even stumble across a concert, open-air movie, readings or DJ set taking place on their terrace. An absolute must-do in Berlin
5. Learn about the history of Berlin. One of the essential activities in Berlin is a trip to the Holocaust memorial which was built to commemorate the Jewish victims of World War 2. You will find the artistic and poignant memorial in Berlin Mitte, not far from the famous Brandenburger Tor. An eye-opening museum is also available to visit below street level.
When to go: There is always something going on in vibrant Berlin but if you are planning on staying for a special occasion, we recommend planning your trip well in advance. If you love the festive season, do not miss the many Christmas markets taking place across the capital in December. Remember to pack your warm clothes and get ready to enjoy some hot mulled wine.
Travel tip: Public transport in Berlin is well structured and you can easily make use of the city’s trams, subways and buses. A daily pass will cost you around €8. Once you’ve arrived in Berlin Mitte you can easily reach many of Berlin’s landmarks on foot.
Visit one of the most popular European cities. Known for its classic architecture, Budapest is a city like no other.
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The city’s charm lies in the mixture of old and modern architecture, its fantastic cuisine, and the numerous historical sights and attractions that offer spectacular views. Budapest provides countless ways to spend your time from experiencing the local culture and landmarks to a vivid nightlife.
From Tivoli Gardens, to the Royal Palace and the Little Mermaid, there’s never enough time to see everything in wonderful Copenhagen.
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Just as in any Danish city, Copenhagen is full of hygge. The meaning of hygge is about having a nice, cozy time and the best thing about hygge is that it is what you choose to put into it. To enjoy the Danish lifestyle try biking around as the Danes do, take a walk down the lakes and eat a Danish pastry. Aside from the top sights in the center, visit the alternative neighborhoods of Vesterbro where you will find the meatpacking district and the famous street Istedgade or stop by the multicultural Norrebro. Experience what the city has to offer by taking a boat ride through Christianshavn and take a colorful shot at Nyhavn. Don’t miss out on the fine Nordic cuisine and walk down the shopping streets filled with international brands and authentic Danish design. Lastly, explore the rich and varied nightlife with spontaneous music venues, elegant cocktail bars, and nightclubs to have a blast in Copenhagen.
Live life in the fast lane in Dubai! Known as a shopper’s paradise, cosmopolitan Dubai is home to futuristic architecture, fabulous restaurants and world-class beaches.
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One of the most visited destinations in the world, Dubai is truly a unique city with modern architecture, luxurious surroundings, and impressive skyscrapers. Delight yourself with a unique view from the top of Burj Khalifa, have a one-of-a-kind shopping experience at Dubai Mall, and be amazed by the imposing man-made island of Palm Jumeirah.
Soak up the atmosphere in vibrant Dublin. There are a few words which you will hear often when staying in Ireland’s capital: “Cead mile Fáilte.” If you understand these words you will be smiling. It means “one hundred thousand welcomes,” which is quite the greeting for such a busy capital city.
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The city has found a way of combining the historical and the contemporary with great success. One moment you can be enjoying Dublin’s grand Norman castle, and the next staring at the Spire of Dublin (the modern ‘Monument of Light’ which rises 400 ft. into the sky). Dublin has all the big names for shopping, but it also has trendy independent stores hidden down tiny, winding streets. You can join a cocktail master class or soak up the atmosphere in the bars of Grafton Street and Temple Bar.
Dublin has many more surprises outside its center. Its position on the water means it’s a hotspot for sailing and windsurfing, and the surrounding countryside and mountains are an exciting playground for golfers, hikers, and horseback riders looking for tranquillity from the lively streets.
Between West and East, Istanbul enchants from the get go with its out-of-this-world attractions!
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Take in stunning views of the Bosphorus and travel in time exploring the ancient buildings, monuments and culture of this magical city. Do not forget to pick up some souvenirs as reminders of your journey in some of Istanbul’s bazars, and make sure to savor Turkish delights along the way.
Live the high life in London. Hit the shops on Oxford Street, stroll in Hyde Park, visit Buckingham Palace, and explore the city’s wealth of restaurants and bars. Finish up your trip on a high note with a spin in the London Eye and a visit to the superb Tate Modern.
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As the capital of England and the United Kingdom, London is that ever-changing metropolitan melting pot that everyone looks forward to visiting. Legend has it that London houses over 8 million residents speaking over 300 languages.
With such diversity, this city attracts millions of foreign tourists, students and new residents every year, making it one of the most international and most visited cities in the world.
London is home to some of Britain’s most beloved sites: the majestic Buckingham Palace, the British Royal Family’s humble abode; the iconic Big Ben, London’s most famous landmark; Hyde Park, the largest of four Royal Parks located below central London’s Marble Arch and Oxford Street; and lastly, the panoramic view of the Thames River and the city skyline seen from the impressive London Eye or far-reaching Emirates Air Line cable car near Canary Wharf.
With a long and interesting history, London boasts plenty of historical and cultural sites, as well as modern and unusual attractions, to keep you busy no matter what time of year you are visiting.
From an exciting and varied food scene to exceedingly good entertainment, London has something to offer everyone.
Here are some of our favorite secret spots in this exciting and modern city:
Hidden London Tours: In the London Transport Museum, you can take a hidden London tours where you can explore the uncharted side of the London Underground and visit disused stations and secret sites across London.
Chin Chin Labs: Visit this unusual ice-cream parlor in three London locations, including a Soho branch just moments from Leicester Square, to indulge in an ice cream made using the freezing properties of liquid nitrogen and see how it is made.
Dennis Severs’ House: Deemed one of London’s most original and immersive experiences, the rooms in this home-turned-museum were recreated by Dennis Severs as a time capsule of what life would have been like in that house in a former century.
Camden Passage: Located behind Upper Street in Islington, this small tucked away street is filled with cute cafes, independent boutiques, antique markets and vintage shops.
Speakeasies and secret cafes: London is known for its many secret bars and hidden venues and places like The Luggage Room and The Little Yellow Door are some of the most beloved speakeasies. And if you are not in the mood for an alcoholic beverage, you can visit London’s hidden cafes, such as People’s Place on Regent Street or Swans Bar on Piccadilly.
Lewisham Micro Library: Head to the corner of Tyrwhitt Road in South London to find a phone box turned miniature library. It’s free, you can pop in and take any book, just make sure to leave one behind.
High Street Kensington Farmers’ Market: Undiscovered and new for 2020, this outdoor market features 30 stalls with fresh seasonal produce and delicious lunch bites, set in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
Stephen Wright’s House of Dreams: Every surface inside and outside this London home is adorned with outsider art – found objects collected over 20 years, including everything from dolls’ heads and false teeth to wigs and trinkets.
One-of-a-kind neighborhoods: London has some of the most unique and picturesque neighborhoods. Neighborhoods like Soho feature a variety of dining, nightlife, and shopping options, including popular spots like Soho Theatre and Kingly Court. For a little bit of retail therapy, you can head over to Covent Garden, the shopping and entertainment hub in London’s West End, or visit some of the city’s most beloved and popular shopping streets, such as Carnaby Street and Oxford Street. For a more tranquil and posh experience, you can explore Mayfair, one of London’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, and experience some of the best things in fashion, art and gastronomy that London has to offer.
No matter when you choose to visit, you’re bound to run into heaps of tourists.
Months like December are always particularly busy due to the holiday season. However, during this time, the festive atmosphere in the capital is truly magical as the city is adorned and lit up with Christmas lights decorations.
Despite being another one of London’s prime tourist seasons, late spring is the best time to visit this busy city. From March through May/June, you can enjoy mild temperatures and the season’s colorful foliage.
The capital can be a confusing – and expensive – place to navigate but if you are using the London Underground to explore the city’s many attractions, make sure to purchase your tickets using your contactless card or an Oyster (which you can preorder online) instead of a travelcard. The London Underground is the best way to explore the city as it is not only an extensive network that covers London and its surrounding areas, but it also perhaps the most budget-friendly means of transportation available. If you’re arriving into Heathrow, The Underground also takes you all the way from its terminals into central London on the Piccadilly Line.
One final and important travel tip to keep in mind while in London is to remember to always stand on the right when travelling on escalators. Remember, the left side is reserved for walking riders. So, are you ready to wander through London Town? Check out our area hotels to find your ideal base for exploring.
Get in on the action in vibrant Manchester. Take in a Manchester United or Manchester City football match, shop ‘til you drop, and see some of the city’s multitude of museums and art galleries.
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Manchester sings with culture, color, and diversity. From comedy clubs to restaurants, orchestras to live music, incredible architecture to big shopping areas, Manchester is a city that never ceases to amaze. Manchester is a shopping haven and the Triangle, Exchange Square, King Street, the Avenue in Spinningfields, and Printworks are the places to head to for some serious retail therapy.
Steeped in history and packed with memorable sights, Moscow is a fascinating destination for a city break any time of the year!
Whether you’re looking for sleek designer chic or stunning historic architecture, Moscow fits the bill. No trip to this extraordinary city would be complete without a visit to the world-renowned Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin and the Bolshoi Theatre!
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Stroll through Connaught Place, take a trip to the Red Fort or marvel at the Qutub Minar in the capital city of New Delhi. Delhi is an exciting mix of old and new waiting to be explored.
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Delhi is a microcosm of India itself and the multicultural population helps make it the cosmopolitan city it is today. While New Delhi is marked by wide boulevards, impressive office blocks and fancy hotels, Old Delhi is a rambunctious maze of medieval bazaars and winding alleys. The sheer number of people, cars, rickshaws, smells, shops and sights make Delhi a unique global city.
With its beautiful fjord, outstanding scenery and incredible museums, Oslo is truly a destination with a difference.
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The beautiful capital of Norway is nestled in the midst of spectacular natural beauty of fjords, pine forests, and fields. A family-friendly destination, Oslo has something for all ages and interests. Choose among the many interesting museums and historic sites, walk along the river Akerselva, take a short subway ride to Holmenkollen with its iconic ski jump, or explore the vibrant nightlife at Solli Plass.
In the four corners of the world, Paris never fails to bewitch and surprise. The proud French capital keeps some of the world’s most beautiful monuments to herself: the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides, Notre-Dame-de-Paris, the Louvre… So many architectural works of art have made and are still making history.
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Walking in the Parisian streets or along the banks of the Seine is a journey through time, both physically and atmospherically. Let yourself carried away, going from terrace to terrace, drinking a coffee before wandering into a bakery to buy croissants straight from the oven. When you walk from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre, via Montmartre, you will find that each district, each new neighbourhood is like a different city, each with its own cafés, customs, and surprises.
Shanghai is a modern city with a beating heart—a spectacular mix of modern architecture, ancient temples, historical gardens, and glitzy shopping streets.
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The commercial hub of China, Shanghai is a city moving at a fast pace. Its impressive skyline is home to the second tallest building in the world. To explore the quieter side of this busy city, take a cruise on the Huangpu River, visit the Ming Dynasty Yuyuan Garden, or walk along The Bund. Before heading to the glitzy shopping streets, try out the smaller markets and be ready to bargain for a great deal and fun experience.
By the Black Sea, the city offers a fantastic spot to retreat by the beach as well as a natural preserved park near the Caucasus Mountains.
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A host city of the Winter Olympic games in 2014, Sochi becomes a summer playground during the summer. Enjoy plenty of nightclubs by the coastline and magnificent sunsets by the boardwalk. If you feel like unwinding, explore the Arboretum inhabited by exotic animals and a collection of subtropical plants. Make sure to admire its 20th-century neoclassical architecture; such building is the columned Winter Theatre.
Fall in love with all things Scandinavian. Every year exhibitions and events attract thousands of visitors to Stockholm. As Sweden’s capital, it is also where most major national celebrations take place.
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Stockholm is a city with a myriad of faces. In the vanguard of fashion, music, technology, and design. A thriving restaurant and nightlife with influences from all around the world. Elegant and modern. And yet it’s also a beautiful, peaceful place. Stroll through medieval alleys and shady parks. With an idyllic archipelago a short boat ride away. Here history meets the present-day. Pulsating but relaxing. Welcome to Scandinavia’s largest city. The pearl of the Baltic.
Australia’s largest city with the most picturesque harbor, Sydney is a joy to explore with its pristine beaches, quality national parks, and a vibrant nightlife.
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Climb to the top of the Harbour Bridge, wander around the Circular Quay, take a tour of the world-famous Sydney Opera House or just take the ferry and head to some of the cleanest and prettiest beaches. After a day at the beach, grab some fish and chips at Watson Bay as you enjoy a spectacular sunset or dance the night away with the locals. For a more sedate experience, visit the national parks dotting the city and get a glimpse of Australia’s unique flora and fauna.
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