A City Guide to Genoa, Italy

In the coastal region of Liguria in Italy lies the northern historical port town of Genoa (Genova in Italian). It is often overshadowed by Rome or Venice, yet it is filled with hidden gems and treasures that make it a great city and a fabulous place to visit. This article will look at some of [&hellip

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A City Guide to Turin, Italy

Northern Italy’s cultural and business centre, Turin is the capital of the Piedmont region and consequently a location of great importance. Turin has been home to many of the greatest Italian politicians and as a result is nicknamed the “cradle of Italian liberty”; a city recognised for its noble, historic role. With many incredible sights [&hellip

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A City Guide to Glasgow, Scotland

Originally a small rural settlement, Glasgow has grown to become the largest city in Scotland and one of the country’s most energetic and lively areas. The third biggest city in the UK, Glasgow is full of exciting activity waiting to be discovered. Boasting a name for itself as one of the world’s major seaports, this [&hellip

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Barcelona, Spain City Breaks

Barcelona, too, makes a strong statement for itself. Served by the Barcelona Airport, it is one of the most enigmatic cities to visit and is known for its high standard museums, theatres, art galleries and nightlife. Besides, the city is an architectural extravaganza in its own right. Here is where the Catalan genius Antoni Gaudi [&hellip

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Berlin, Germany City Breaks

For much of the 20th century, Berlin was arguably the most divided city in the world – split between the East and West to separate the socialists from the democrats. After the toppling of the Berlin Wall in 1990, the city learned that two very different societies were made so with strict divisions from a [&hellip

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Amsterdam, Netherlands City Breaks

Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, was carefully picked out for our list for reasons you are (or should be!) well aware of. Europe’s pride, and one of the world’s most colorful cities, Amsterdam is served by the Amsterdam Schipol Airport. The city started off as a fishing village in the twelfth century, and ironically [&hellip

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Edinburgh, United Kingdom City Breaks

Edinburgh, capital of Scotland, is an architectural wonder – a melodic cacophony of Georgian and Victorian architecture with medieval style streets. On top of an old volcano, it is capped by the Edinburgh Castle which sits right in the center of the city on the volcano’s head. Contrary to popular belief, Edinburgh is not a [&hellip

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Tallinn, Estonia City Breaks

Tallinn, Estonia may very well rank as one of the most underrated cities in Eastern Europe. A quaint medieval town dotted with fortresses, churches, and palaces, it is the capital of Estonia. It sits right on the Gulf of Finland with the Baltic Sea in its periphery. It is serviced by Tallinn Airport which is [&hellip

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Copenhagen, Denmark City Breaks

Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, is a dazzling waterfront city that shares two worlds: Prague-level fairy tale charm and today’s technological masterpieces doubling as fine architectural pieces. It sits right on the Baltic east coast of Zealand, the country’s biggest island. The streets are beautiful and decorated with a cobblestone touch. Christianshavn has beautiful canals in [&hellip

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Oslo, Norway City Breaks

Located in southern Norway, Oslo is the country’s capital. Known as a city with stark contrasts, it shows with wilderness areas surrounding the city along with endless rows of museums, parks, and shops. Oslo has a bustling shopping scene, and the sight of watching cruise shops dock along the city’s quays where merchandize is shipped [&hellip

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