Every visit to a new destination is an opportunity for new experiences, whether big or small. The more the possibilities, the more beautiful stories can develop. Let new stories enrich your life and expand your horizons.
Dusseldorf is a historic city to which numerous interesting cultural projects give a special air of modernity. There are fascinating sights and attractions to discover at every step, from modern art museums and buzzing festivals to newly renovated old districts and stunning architecture.
Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city and a transport hub for the whole of Europe, with the port occupying around 10% of the area of the city. Its ever-present contact with water is reflected in the architecture, food and culture, its many sights of interest and its maritime buzz. It also has the largest number of bridges of any city in the world.
While Geneva is the diplomatic, business and scientific centre of the world, visitors also adore its countless clock displays, the magnificent façades of its many banks and the largest fountain in Europe on Lake Geneva. Its refined image never fails to attract lovers of science and art – and it is also the perfect jumping-off point for French ski resorts such as Chamonix and Megeve.
The Pearl of the Adriatic offers a wonderful mix of historical and cultural heritage from the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods. Behind the almost two-kilometre-long city wall is a colourful world of churches, monuments, grand buildings and fountains, providing a visual feast for Game of Thrones fans and celebrities alike.
Brac, the largest island of the Dalmatian region of Croatia, is famed for its wonderfully green surroundings, heady Mediterranean aromas, superb climate, and gorgeous sandy and stony beaches. It is perhaps best known for its shiny rock, which has been used in numerous renowned buildings around the world, and for its ‘Zlatni rat’ beach, one of the Adriatic’s loveliest.
Bucharest is the dynamic, energetic and fun-filled capital of Romania, and one that has comprehensively moved on from its communist past. Its many boulevards, museums, parks and Belle Epoque buildings, its fashionable bars and its modern architecture offer a heady mix of historical styles – and an image that comes as a surprise to many first-time visitors.
Youthful and lively, a modern Eastern European capital chock-full of Unesco cultural and natural heritage sights – that is Sofia today. The Bulgarian capital is otherwise quite a downbeat city, with easygoing people and a surrounding area of considerable variety. Rest assured: the experiences it offers are rich and unforgettable.