1. Athens (Greece)
A city with abundant glorious history, a city that was worshipped by gods and people alike, a city that is magical. The Charming capital of Greece and the birthplace of civilisation. It is surrounded by mountains in the north and east, and the Saronic gulf in south and west. The Athens climate is one of the very best in whole of Europe, with very hot summers and mild winters, very ideal for tourism. Importantly the sun is ever-shining over Athens all the year round.
It is famous, for its nightlife. Athens by night is totally different. There is variety options for entertainment which satisfies all tastes. Including, the famous “bouzoukia”, which are the prime entertainers in Athenian entertainment. There are numerous theatres all around Athens, offering a variable of entertainment.
Sophisticated Athens sites contain many amazing pillars of western history, from Acropolis to the temple of Olympian Zeus.Athens is indeed a divine city. Let it charm you…
2. Vienna (Austria)
Vienna is the capital of Austria, its intellectual and artistic legacy is because of its residents like Sigmund freud, Beethoven and Mozart. A city known for its imperial palaces, visitors can explore Schonbrun, The Habsburgs Summer Palace, even catch a performance at the state Opera house.
Vienna’s famous coffee houses and wine taverns(“Heurige”) are sure to wet you appetite. It is an amazing city to visit, with the incredible architecture, coffee shops, imperial palaces, wine taverns, museum of art.. and many more. A city rich in Art, Culture and Music. Vienna awaits you…
3. Novi Sad (Serbia)
Novi Sad, a city on the banks of Danube river, in Serbia. known for its history and culture, it has impacted on the hearts of the people more than what some major cities have done. To most travellers, it is synonymous to one thing, The Annual EXIT festival. It is undoubtedly one of Europe’s foremost music events – both in terms of the level and diversity of the artists it attracts, as well as its truly unique venue at Petrovaradin Fortress
Novi Sad has much to boast about. From the imposing fortress of Petrovardin to the various churches representing numerous denominations, all within easy driving or cycling distances.
Some major place of interest include monasteries of Fruska Gora, the Salasi tourist farms, during summer, people also dive into Danube’s finest beaches and a series of street festivals. The city is most lively during Autumn.
4. Nantes (France)
Nantes, a city on the Loire River in France. It is an young vibrant metropolis, often acclaimed for its high-quality life. It is a city where art has been integrated in all ways possible, it stands as an example of how amazing artists can turn a city around. The city hosts a magnificent and a very unique architectural heritage; a Renaissance-style castle nestled in a fortress, Château des ducs de Bretagne, a medieval quarter and one of the highest cathedrals of France.
It is also a city of great taste, with numerous markets offering diverse local seafood, with mouth savouring tastes, also cheese, pastries and other spellbound delicacies. Outside the city. are the renowned vineyards known for their refreshing, expressive and complex Muscadet Wines.
5. Prague (Czech Republic)
Nicknamed “The city of a hundred Spires”, Prague is the capital of Czech Republic. A magical city of gold-tipped towers, cathedrals, church domes and bridges. It has been mirrored in the swan filled Vltava river which bisects it. A vibrant and modern city full of energy, cultural art,music, fine dining and special events.
Hosting the largest ancient castle in the world, Prague castle. It is indeed a grand city. Rich in architecture and culture, Prague has some phenomenal places to visit. The Astronomical clock, Charles bridge, Zizkov tower, Prague dancing house, Czech national Gallery, Czech national Museum and many more. The city also hosts various festivals and events. Even the nightlife here is diverse and plentiful, from late-night cellar bars to sophisticated wine bars to trendy clubs.
It really reach outs to the thirst of an independent traveller.