Venice casts its spell on everyone. Is it the ancient car-free alleys, palazzi and canals that make it so appealing? Is it the gondoliers who sail you through the canals or the delicious Venetian delicacies?
New York City
New York - a city like no other. Nowhere else in the world can you find so many world-famous sights in such a small area, enjoy live jazz and musicals, and experience such culinary diversity. Immerse yourself in the city that never sleeps!
The impressive Santa Maria del Fiore Cathedral, the Ponte Vecchio as the oldest bridge in the city or the extensive Renaissance art collection in the Uffizi Gallery - these are just a few Florence sights.
Bergen is considered the most beautiful city in the fjord country of Norway, if not the whole kingdom. Immerse yourself in 1,000 years of history and spend your perfect day in the Hanseatic city.
Strasbourg in Advent - that is a unique atmosphere. Kilometre-long fairy lights and innumerable small and large concerts enchant the Alsatian city into a Christmas magical world.
Hamburg is the most beautiful city in the world - at least that's what the people of Hamburg say. The cosmopolitan and diverse Hanseatic city is the perfect destination for a short holiday.
Tel Aviv is the trendiest metropolis on the Mediterranean - thanks to top gastronomy, 14 kilometres of white sandy beaches and the legendary nightlife in the city that never sleeps.
Cosmopolitan city of contrasts and superlatives. The city has been letting the rest of the world know for some time that it has more to offer than just football stadiums and the domed Red Square skyline.
Shopping, food and a lot of culture packed into the smallest space. The skyline reflects the rapid changes of recent years - a breathtaking mixture of small British colonial buildings and modern skyscrapers.
Verona is one of those places in the world that sparkle with romance. The city has a rare beauty, which is mainly due to its historical development and the incomparably well-preserved historical buildings.