The impressive capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is a perfect blend of old and new. Its flawless architecture dating back hundreds of years acts as the foundations for a place bustling with the activity of a modern city just waiting to be explored.
Plenty to see and do ensures that every year, thousands of people flock here to immerse themselves in its culture and attractions.
No longer divided by the Iron Curtain, Berlin has been reborn and is becoming recognised as a thriving and modern destination for visitors. The City combines realms of glamour and grit, filled with outstanding museums, galleries, opera and nightlife. The city of Berlin really does take the crown for the biggest transformation in Europe since World War II.
This incredible City combines sites of new and upcoming architecture with what’s left of the historical Berlin landmarks, such as the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and remains of the Berlin Wall. No matter which street you turn down, you are guaranteed to be greeted by another page of a history book. Berlin not only takes centre stage for its inspiring architectural monuments but plays host to an array of museums, green landscapes and nightlife to satisfy even the hardest clubbers.
The German Capital is fast on the rise when it comes to fashion, art, design and music with a global influx of international artists inspired by the Berlin way of life. It has been estimated that Berlin holds around 180 museums bursting with a vibrant gallery scene, exhilarating exhibitions and auction houses.
As the capital of two successive, powerful empires; the first Christian and Greek Byzantine, the second Islamic and Ottoman, Istanbul really is a city of cultural contrasts. Istanbul is a place unlike any other you will ever visit, where ancient cathedrals and blue-domed mosques and their minarets battle for control of the skyline.
Formally known to the world as Constantinople, there is so much to see in this city of culture and history that as a tourist you will never possibly see it all – well certainly not until you’ve worn out a good few pairs of shoes in the process.