Düsseldorf Cologne Trier Luxembourg Paris Brussels Antwerp Bruges London

Paris

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About this City:
“City of lights”, “City of Romance”, “Paname”, “Pantruche”, “Parigot”, this beauteous city always has a way to dazzle its visitors with its ambiance. Yet with many unparalleled landmarks like the Eiffel Tower or Louvre, the charm of the city also hides in its small details. Seeing the archaic pebble roads, perfectly trimmed trees, outstanding puffed pastries, riverside cafes, world famous art galleries, the whole city is like a museum. Take you time, slow down your pace and enjoy this unique place bit by bit.

Our favourites:

  • Walk to the 2nd floor at Eiffel Tower; be in time to avoid long ques
  • Search for Mona Lisa at the Louvre Museum
  • Cathedral Notre-Dame
  • Shop famous brands at Champs-Elysees Avenue
  • See the glass dome and shop at Galerie Lafayette
  • Take a half day tour at Palace of Versailles

Brussels

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About this City:
A “world city” where 180 nationalities mingle, home to the Belgian Royal Family and administrative capital of Europe, Brussels certainly has a mixed identity. Yet unlike Bruges or Ghent with their hordes of tourists, Brussels is more of an economic and educational hub giving a working life vibe. But the compact city center that offers endless cafes, restaurants and attractions will allow you to explore for days and still finding new things. Make sure that you do not miss all the world class museums, Belgian beer, chocolate and waffles.

Our favourites:

  • Be amazed by the heavenly ornamented buildings at Grand Place
  • Manneken Pis, don’t overlook it!
  • Saint-Michel Cathedral
  • Royal Palace
  • Belgian Royal Museum of Fine Arts
  • Atomium and Mini Europe
  • Dine and do sightseeing in a Tram

Antwerp

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About this City:
Nicknamed the “City of Diamond”, Antwerp is the cultural capital of Flanders, the Dutch-speaking northern area of Belgium. This city is both a bustling industrial port and an outstanding historic center for Belgian craftwork and artistry. With the wealth acquired through trading and commerce, the inheritance of architectural beauty, which includes the magnificent cathedral, the town hall, and many other outstanding historical buildings in the old town center can be seen. The city was also once home to such famous artists as Rubens, van Dyck, and Jordaens. So for art-lovers and culture-vultures, Antwerp’s excellent museums displaying an incomparable collection of 15th- to 17th-century masterpieces is a definite stop for any Belgian itinerary.

Our favourites:

  • View the historic buildings surrounding Grand Place
  • Enter the impressive Cathedral of Our Lady
  • See Chocolate as art at Palace op de Meir
  • Diamond Museum
  • Royal Museum of Fine Art

Bruges

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About this City:
Crowned as the Europe’s “Venice of the North”, spirit and history of the Vikings deeply embeds in this lovely city of canals. Bruges is home to dazzling medieval architecture, particularly on the southern side of the city’s main square, The Grote Markt. Located by its western side, you can enjoy the neo-gothic style Provincial Court and stunning Belfry Tower on the Northern side of the square. Of course, it is strongly recommended not to miss the spectacular Gruuthuse Mansion and the impressive Saint John’s Hospital, which was built in 1188.

Our favourites:

  • Stroll Grote Markt and Belfry of Bruges
  • Enter the Basilica of the Holy Blood
  • Taste the real Belgian stuff at De Halve Maan Brewery
  • Sail the Minnewater (love canals) on a boat tour

London

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About this City:
Being one of the busiest and largest city in the world, London has something for everyone. From royal palaces to the people’s parliament, from museums and churches to riding the famous London’s Eye for stunning city views, you could spend endless days exploring this magical city without ever running out of unique things to see and do. On top of that, a great added bonus is that many of the most popular places to visit are free.

Our favourites:

  • British Museum
  • Buckingham Palace
  • Hyde Park
  • Big Ben and Parliament
  • Tower Bridge
  • Trafalgar Square
  • Saint Paul Cathedral

Düsseldorf

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About this City:
This elegant, life-affirming city of Dusseldorf lies by the bank of Rhine stands for fashion, shopping, culture and extraordinary events. From Königsallee, also known as the “Kö”, is one of Europe’s most luxurious shopping area and just a short walk to the historical Altstadt (Old Town) with its 260 bars and restaurants. Its flair is delightful, its narrow streets are lively, and the multifaceted cultural scene produces a spectacular vibe.

Our favourites:

  • Shop till you drop at Königsallee
  • Stroll and immerse in Old town
  • North Rhine-Westphalia Art Collection
  • The embankment promenade

Cologne

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About this City:
Once a Roman provincial capital, with Romanesque churches that survived the Medieval age, stunning gothic Cathedral that stands in the city center, rich history defines Cologne. With more than 40 world class museums, you will find all sorts of talent displayed. But if you want something more fun, check out the old town and do not miss out on the beer halls.

Our favourites:

  • Cologne Cathedral
  • Walk around and discover Old Town
  • Make your own at Chocolate Museum
  • Augustusburg and Falkenlust Palaces
  • Päffgen
  • Bei Oma Kleinmann

Trier

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About this City:
Trier has been an important place of trade and commerce for centuries and the history of the town can be traced back to more than 16,000 years crowing it the oldest settlement in Germany. Impressive Roman ruins can be found throughout the place and the churches, gates, all other architecture are not to be missed out!

Our favourites:

  • See where all started at Port Nigra
  • High Cathedral of Saint Peter
  • Aula Palatina
  • Dive into Marxist history at Karl Marx House
  • Stroll at Hauptmarkt
  • Imagine yourself being Roman at the Imperial Baths

Luxembourg

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About this City:
Covering only less than 1,650 kilometres and a population of around 500,000, Luxemburg offers a great diversity of attractions. The old quarter lying in the heart of Luxemburg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and walking through the hidden roads is like a journey back in time. Besides the city, many of Luxembourg’s small towns are worth passing for a day trip of relaxation. The old fortresses, movie like castles and picturesque countryside make this small nation a must stop for any travellers.

Our favourites:

  • The old quarter
  • National Museum of History and Art
  • The Bock and the City Casements
  • The Wall of the Corniche
  • Bourscheid Castle
  • Vianden

Luxembourg

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