Belgian capital is famous for having one of the biggest mixes of everything in Europe, losing, probably, just to London. People from different backgrounds and countries, multiple languages, various cuisines and architecture styles – this all makes Brussels an interesting destination to visit.
Marseille has very controversial reputation among French cities, however its location beats most of the arguments. While the city doesn’t have that many things to offer, outdoors activities are fascinating and food scene will make any sophisticated gourmet satisfied.
St Patrick brought Christianity to Ireland many centuries ago and now his day is probably the most celebrated patron’s day. Whether you’re planing to explore Irish culture or just want to join a cheerful crowd, this is probably the best time to visit Ireland.
Tiny country of Luxembourg sits right in the middle of Western Europe and is quite easy to miss on the map. However, both its unique location and culture make Luxembourg one of the most popular short break tourist destinations in the region.
For many of us Finland is renowned for its saunas and once popular mobile phones. Lapland, the northern region, also claims to be home for Santa. Keeping old traditions, these days Finland becomes a gem full of natural beauties and winter sports experience.
You may expect the capital of Norway to have lots of old buildings and narrow streets, but Oslo is not like that anymore. It’s a contemporary city with modern architecture and very convenient public transportation.
This is a name of bestseller Norwegian tour that includes various types of transportation through most picturesque places in Norway – fjords. There’s plenty of options available for tourists. In our case we travelled from Bergen to Oslo with overnight stay in Flåm.
Bergen is a second largest city in Norway (after Oslo) with population around 300,000 (probably including tourists 🙂 ). It makes city centre very cosy and romantic. Colourful wooden houses and narrow streets in between make it a real postcard.