• Budapest

    Budapest is arguably the most beautiful city in central Europe and an architectural gem.

  • New York

    Although New York can no longer lay claim to having the tallest buildings in the world they still provide superb vantage points for viewing the Manhattan skyline.

  • Moscow & St Petersburg

  • Prague

    One of the most diverse and fascinating cities in Europe, Prague is a hub of culture and arts with a rich history.

  • Vienna

    The city of Vienna is a cultural haven which is home to grand imperial palaces, a whole district of art museums, an historical centre and masses of glorious green parkland's and gardens.

  • Amsterdam (Noordwijk)

    Explore Amsterdam and do it the Dutch way, hire a bike, you will immediately feel part of the community and it’s the fastest way around this wonderful city.

  • Berlin

    It is difficult to think that this city has suffered so much during this century. Bombed and blasted, split into two and then healed as one in 1989.

  • Florence

    Tuscanys' capital Florence has been referred to as the most romantic city in the world, and with good reason, everything about it is simply beautiful.

  • Madrid

    As Europe’s third largest capital behind London and Berlin, Madrid is the most Spanish of Spain’s cities that defends its culture vigorously and has mastered the art of 'living the good life'.

  • Barcelona

    Catalonia's capital is considered by many to be the 'most outstanding architectural city in the world'.

  • Paris

    Without doubt, the perennial art capital of Europe, in addition, Paris tenders an inexhaustible supply of culture and history.