No matter how short your trip may be, Paris is the kind of city that once you have experienced it, you can never forget it. Its outstanding museums and galleries offer art lovers a rare chance to explore some of the world’s finest collections of art, while a walk through the cobblestone streets of Montmartre gives curious a glimpse into the 19th century Parisian literary society.
An underrated country, yet one of great natural beauty and historical wealth, Portugal has a special charm and a unique identity that unfolds in each and every sun-dappled beach, scenic vineyard and beautiful historic village scattered among its rich Iberian territory.
What makes a country livable? Well, according to surveys conducted by HDI (Human Development Index) and EIU (Economist Intelligence Unit), the livability of a place depends on factors such as safety, education, income, infrastructure and life expectancy. From a nomad’s perspective, however, things are not that straight.
Founded by Charles IV in 1370, Karlovy Vary, the prettiest and most famous spa town in the Czech Republic is still a Mecca for wealthy people seeking healing alternatives in its praised hot springs.
It’s hard to find something that has never been told about Paris. Everyone knows it’s the most popular tourist destination on Earth, the most romantic city in the world, the capital of chic and fine cuisine, the epicenter of haute-couture, and a hotbed for sublime arts, bohemian culture and luxury lifestyle.
From sandy beaches, spectacular pebbled coves and rugged headlands jutting out into the sparkling blue Mediterranean Sea to charming medieval villages and exceptional food, Costa Brava has everything you need for a memorable Spanish holiday.
From picturesque ruins perched high on craggy cliffs to majestic castles set on the shores of some iconic lochs, the fascinating medieval structures of Scotland evoke not only the country’s stormy past, but also its beauty and romance, its spirit and unique identity.