1. Hanioti, Halkidiki, Greece!
Just the way Hanioti and Halkidiki are pronounced is enough to understand how awesome this place is. The pure waters of Aegean Sea are indescribably perfect, Hanioti is small, cozy, comfortable, tasty, relaxing and joyful! We highly recommend it.
2. Milan, Italy
Milan has been interesting and vibrant at least since it was the capital of the western half of the Roman Empire. Just have a look at the imposing marble Duomo! Discover Roman palaces, visit museums, be delighted by contemporary art and architecture. And, of course, you will meet many Fashionistas here!
3. Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdam is a young, dynamic and cosmopolitan city, continuously renewing itself at a rapid rate. Sparkling skyscrapers, an impressive port, trendy restaurants and food markets, renowned museums and awesome festivals are the direct result of the can-do mentality of the Rotterdammers.
4. Wild Taiga
Wild Taiga, located on Finland’s eastern border, is a perfect example of rich tradition and strong culture. With Evergreen forests, clean water, and rich wildlife. On guided excursions, you can watch and photograph the wild animals of the forest, in particular, large beasts – bears, wolves that are either rare or extinct in other parts of Europe.
5. Basel, Switzerland
Basel is situated in the heart of Europe, bordering Germany and France. Due to its density of museums, Basel is further considered as the cultural capital of Switzerland. The city boasts 40 museums in a relatively small area. Besides, Basel is the home of Art Basel, the most important contemporary art fair in the world.
6. San Sebastian, Spain
This city is the place to come to for innovative cuisine that has made it famous across the world, a wide range of festivals that have made it a genuine cultural phenomenon and an active and healthy lifestyle that is very much in touch with the natural resources on offer.
7. Gdansk, Poland
Hospitable Polish people are just awesome and the city’s unique location and over a thousand years’ history shape Gdansk’s expressive and distinctive character. Look at this colorful city! Don’t you want to be there?
8. Porto, Portugal
Of course, you should visit Portugal and Porto particularly since it is exceptional in more ways than one; its history, architecture, culture, gastronomy, trade, encounters and discoveries, will seduce you. A place to be, to remember and to visit again!
9. Stari Grad, Croatia
This year, Stari Grad on the island of Hvar marks an exceptional anniversary – 2,400 years of the city foundation and of the equally long tradition of urban living on the sunniest island in the Adriatic. Isn’t this a good reason to visit this beautiful place?
10. Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen has many attractions and sights to suit every taste and interest and most of them are within walking distance. It’s quite easy to fall in love with Copenhagen, a city at once historic and modern, traditional and innovative.