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Pisa is best known for its iconic Leaning Tower, considered by many foreigners the most recognizable place in Italy. This city in the heart of Tuscany was an ancient naval base in the Roman Age. Today, it is a center ...

Many people wonder if staying in Oakland is a good choice when visiting San Francisco. My personal take is that not only will the accommodation be cheaper and better value for money, but it will also allow you to explore some ...

Forget Paris! There is genuinely no city in Europe more iconic than Berlin. The German capital is renowned for its vibrant culture, unique history, and cosmopolitan atmosphere. It is, in many ways, unlike any other city in Germany. If you’re ...

Izmir, historically known as Smyrna and called “the Pearl of the Aegean”, stands out as Turkey’s third-largest city and a substantial Aegean hub. The city is famous for its beautiful bay, bustling port, and fusion of ancient and modern influences. ...

While most places go through one or a couple of “golden ages,” it is hard to find one city that has been constantly and repeatedly at the center of history. Cue in Istanbul… Set in a stunning location straddling the ...

Cusco, often spelled Cuzco in Spanish or Qusqu in Quechua, rests in the heart of the Andes mountains of Peru. Known as the historic capital of the Inca Empire, it is distinguished by its archaeological remains and Spanish colonial architecture. ...

The history of the Island of Capri goes back to the Roman Empire when it was “discovered” by Augustus, though many years later, excavations proved that it’d been inhabited since way before that, around the Bronze Age. Over the years, ...

Tucked away in a quaint 19th-century mansion right next to the historic heart of Sintra, the Sintra Marmòris Palace is a breathtaking luxury accommodation with stunning views of the mountains and the National Palace. This little boutique hotel with just ...

Düsseldorf, sometimes “Duesseldorf,” is the capital city of North Rhine-Westphalia. This bustling metropolis is the seventh-largest city in Germany. It sits in the center of the Rhine-Ruhr Metropolitan Region, the largest metropolitan region in the country, with over ten million ...

Often referred to as the “Venice of the North,” Bruges is a picturesque medieval city in Belgium known for its romantic canals, historic architecture, and cobblestone streets. This well-preserved city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its chocolate ...

Jerez de la Frontera is a gem of southern Spain, infused with the scent of Sherry wine and echoes of flamenco. This Andalusian city is in the Province of Cadiz and is also famous, among other things, for its equestrian ...

How many times have you heard a city call itself the “Venice of the (geographical region)“? Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but we can positively tell you there’s nothing like the original. Famous for being one of ...