Spring in our destinations
3. 2. - 26. 5. 2019 in Basel
Discover the works of one of the most iconic artists of the twentieth century in the middle of the Swiss plains, at an exhibition of masterpieces by the young Pablo Picasso from two unique periods in his career. Picasso's Blue and Rose Periods paved the way to his worldwide fame and recognition. The exhibition brings together one of the most comprehensive collections of Picasso's works ever to be shown in Europe, and the paintings and sculptures from these two periods are among the most beautiful – and most valuable – examples of modern art.
23. 5. – 1. 6. 2019 in Copenhagen
Every year at the end of spring the CPH Stage festival takes place at theatres and venues all around Copenhagen. CPH Stage is a performing arts festival that brings the world of the theatre and acting closer to the public. Plays and performances by artists from Denmark and abroad entertain audiences consisting of both locals and visitors and keep them coming back year after year.
27. 4. 2019 in Netherlands
The capital of the Netherlands hosts a celebration of the king's birthday every year. But King's Day is more than just a boring royal procession through the city: it is a party and festival rolled into one, complete with concerts, DJs and street performances that not even Rio can match! On this day, Amsterdam paints itself orange, with everyone – locals and visitors alike – decked out in the Dutch national colour, just like the streets. Come and experience the King's Day parade for yourself this year!
Easter Market in Prague
7. – 28. 4. 2019 in Prague
The arrival of spring in the Czech capital is celebrated by locals and tourists alike at Easter markets. Visitors can explore stores stocked with local handicrafts, sample local food and drink and discover the country’s rich Easter customs and traditions. The most impressive markets are the ones in Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, but it is also worth exploring the smaller ones scattered throughout Prague.