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.
There are luxury shops, and then there are exclusive shopping experiences that go beyond everyday expectations, bringing together the ultimate in retail lifestyle and tailor-made service.
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.
More than a popular travel destination, Amsterdam, the forward-thinking capital of the Netherlands, is a state of mind. Part thriving cultural hub, part tolerance toward taboos, the city is the epitome of European cool, cosmopolitanism and open-mindedness: modern and well-developed, but still disarmingly provincial.
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.
Ibiza, the third largest island of Spain’s Islas Baleares, is a cocktail kind of place, with crazy clubbing, idyllic bays and a party vibe second to none. But there’s much more to the Island that never sleeps than just tourist-filled beaches, rousing fiestas and pulsating nightlife.