Spend 3 days in Geneva and explore the city’s beautiful old town, cosmopolitan city center, and peaceful green spaces. The city is also a perfect base for exploring Switzerland’s beautiful countryside. Here’s your essential travel guide to little holidays in Geneva.
Breathtaking alpine views, luxury shops, and a lot of chocolate and fondue – these are all the things waiting for you at Geneva, Switzerland. Whether you’re here for business, leisure, or as a quick stopover on your way to the Alps, there’s a lot to keep a city break here interesting. Here’s where to stay in Geneva.
From medieval cobbled towns to charming villages splashed in pastel tones, the lovely Alsace region in eastern France is a holiday destination straight out of a storybook. Spend days wandering around narrow postcard-perfect streets, go for a road trip through picturesque vineyards and to scenic peaks, and enjoy the good life with oodles of hearty cuisine and excellent wine. Here are the top things to do in Alsace.
Wine, history, and fine food – if you love all three, you’ll be beyond bliss in Strasbourg, a French border city with a unique French-German culture, great gastronomy, and Alsatian wine. Make the most of your holiday – here’s where to stay in Strasbourg.
Looking for a new city to explore? Tallinn definitely fits the bill. Estonia’s capital will fondly remind you of many of your favorite European cities – and yet it’s completely distinctive and fresh. This classic port city has as many influences as the waves of people that have found their way onto its piers, and now it’s fast-becoming Europe’s prime startup scene. It’s for anyone looking for a dose of creative inspiration and heaps of adventure, really. Sounds like you? Here’s how to explore and where to stay in Tallinn.
In between ultra-touristy Prague and pricey Vienna, lies Brno – the unassuming, underrated, but ultimately hip capital of Czech Republic’s South Moravian region. Here’s a city that houses magnificent architecture, a vibrant food and drinks scene, and a number of quirky attractions, and yet none of the crowds and hefty price tags of the more popular Central European cities. If you’re looking for a cool city to chill in, then you have to check this out. Here’s where to stay in Brno.