Discover our new destinations starting this spring
Escape to the pearl of the Black Sea: Odessa. With centuries of history, a stunning architectural landscape, and a truly enticing climate, you won’t want to leave this seaside marvel. Visit one of the city’s many notable resorts and release your stress in a Ukrainian oasis. Explore Odessa.
While Tampere is the second largest city in Finland, it has managed to maintain a friendly and casual atmosphere. Located in the largest lake district in Europe, its visitors love the fantastic views as well as the cozy cafes and quirky museums that have found homes in regenerated industrial buildings. Explore Tampere.
Kazan is proud to call itself the third capital of Russia, and its name in the Tatar language means a cauldron. The city that lies on the left bank of the Volga river is a source of stunning architectural contrasts where the western and eastern cultures are woven into a harmonious patchwork. Explore Kazan.
The Granite City is a true Scottish beauty. But don’t let the gorgeous coastline with cliffs, beaches, mysterious castles fool you: Aberdeen is also open for some serious business. This major economic city is home to one of the region’s oldest and widest ports, as well as the oil centre of Scotland. Explore Aberdeen.
The locals say Stavanger is a city of highs. This is indeed true, as it is surrounded by beautiful fjords, breathtaking mountains and a high cultural life. Being the capital of the oil industry of Norway, the city is booming with energy and countless opportunities and attracts people from all over the world. Explore Stavanger.
The second largest city in Switzerland and the centre of international economy – Geneva has a lot to offer. If you find yourself tired of the busy city life, the mountains are just a stone’s throw away. You can even see the majestic Mont Blanc right from the city centre. Explore Geneva.
Located at the foot of Mount Etna, this lovely Sicilian town is a wonderful combination of the ancient and the modern. The historic core with its Baroque architecture is UNESCO World Heritage-listed, while the impressive skyline will make you dizzy. And of course, the sea, the food… you can never have too much of Sicily. Explore Catania.
City of the wind, standing proud on the ruggedly beautiful west coast of Latvia – always with its very own artistic character and a special place in people's hearts. Catch a tan on the Blue Flag beach, enjoy art at the Great Amber concert hall, dive into the vibrant nightlife – there's no lack of things to do in Liepāja. It will blow you away! Explore Liepāja.
It's often said Madrid is the most Spanish city in Spain. You won't be bored for a split second! The gorgeous art history this city has seen and lived is on display in world-famous museums. The colourful sweep of architecture features enormous palaces and so much more. It's a city with abundant energy and cosmopolitan spirit, its nightlife forever happy, and gourmet pleasures always top notch. Explore Madrid.
The “second capital” of Sweden has always been at the crossroads of trade and culture. Today, it is a popular tourist attraction for its gourmet restaurants with exquisite seafood, its contemporary arts, Swedish design and active culture life, and its economic position as a large trading center and the best logistics location in Sweden. Explore Gotherburg.
Sunny blue skies all year round, white sand beaches lining turquoise waters, lush parks amid magnificent desert. That's Abu Dhabi. But at the same time it is also an advanced metropolis, packed with world-renowned architectural wonders, full of glitz and glamour, yet retaining so much of its unique customs and flavour. And one more thing – that's where you go to experience the legendary Arabian hospitality. Explore Abu Dhabi!
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