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Paris is a tourist destination that almost needs no introduction. It is the economic and political capital of France, as well as its most populous city with over two million inhabitants. Situated on one of the Seine River meanders, Paris is considered to be the most romantic city in the world, which is why it has become the most popular. In 2009 alone, it received over 76 million tourists!
The Eiffel Tower is the symbol of Paris and a must see monument, always present in the Parisian landscape, with its 324 meters high.
Some of the most famous specialties you can sample in Paris are Blanquette de veau, Coq au Vin and assorted cheeses.
Parisian community parties illustrate the city’s multiculturalism and make it even more appealing.
European capital of contrasts
City of contrasts, London is a destination that surprises us on every corner. It’s that town where we can find the classic English gentleman in a bowler hat sitting in the subway next to a spiky punk and countless body piercings. It’s the city of Big Ben, Tower Bridge, red double-decker buses and classic black cabs … and you’re waiting!
We recommend you start your dining experiences in the British capital with one of its most iconic meals: Fish n’chips.
London’s reputation for rain and gray weather is well known, but there is a certain charm on colder days when you can stroll and visit in a relaxed way.
Begin the art tour with a visit to the National Gallery, a museum located in Trafalgar Square, home to over 2,000 paintings.
The inhabitants of Barcelona are proud of the vanguard of their city and, especially, of the mix of styles in their architecture, always at the head of each period. From the Gothic style of Barcelona Cathedral to the Catalan Modernism of the Palacio de la Musica or the Santa Creu i Sant Pau Hospital, or the neoclassicism of the Via Laietana buildings, Barcelona is a city that has always defended architecture as a supreme art.Full Program
Capital of reunited Germany, Berlin is a fascinating city, dominated by cultural events – opera, galleries and museums, film and theater festivals – and one of the Germans’ favorite destinations. A travel guide to the heart of Berlin.Full Program
Praia & Mindelo
Cape Verde is the ideal destination for those who like to combine fun, beach and history. Mindelo in São Vicente and Praia on the island of Santiago, are the largest cities in Cape Verde and the most cosmopolitan of all with diverse infrastructures for nightlife.Full Program
7 Star Hotel
Dubai is a cosmopolitan oasis, a futuristic urban landscape that rises above the Arabian Desert. In this city of superlatives we can find the largest dancing source in the world; the tallest building (Burj Khalifa); the only 7-star hotel (the Burj al-Arab); the largest artificial islands (the Palmeiras Islands); and the largest garden of natural flowers (the Garden of Miracles).Full Program
Friedrichshafen is an industrial city on the northern shore of Lake Constance (the Bodensee) in southern Germany, near the borders of Switzerland and Austria. It is the capital district (Kreisstadt) of the Bodensee district in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg.Full Program
Travel to Istanbul
The only city in the world divided between two continents, Istanbul unites the East and the West in a unique way, which influences culturally.
Marked by its 2500-year history, ancient Constantinople surprises with youthful spirit, modern mega restaurants, designer shops, architecture and art galleries. The religious temples and palaces enchant not only the look, but the combination of various faiths.Full Program
City of Contrasts
Chaotic, overcrowded and cosmopolitan, Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia, is a city of contrasts. Inhabited by millions of people around the world, the city is a mix of languages and cultures, poverty and wealth. The city boasts of Asia’s best nightlife and the most chaotic transits.Full Program
It houses the largest port
Jeddah is the main gateway to Mecca and Medina, located on the coast of the Red Sea, it houses the largest port in the country.Full Program
Johannesburg is the official name of the largest South African city, but just land there to realize that this name is very formal for those living in the country. Joburg, or just Jozi, is the loving way the city is known to its admirers. Urban, busy, modern and intense – the metropolis draws attention for the rapid growth and the sympathy of its people.Full Program
Heart of Angola
Luanda, the capital of Angola, is a city of contrasts. Its location by the Atlantic Ocean invites you to relax, along with one of the most spectacular and exotic views. Former Portuguese overseas colony, cultural diversity is visible all over the city. It is one of Africa’s favorite urban centers for expats, professionally linked to various business areas. It is also much sought after by tourists looking for a travel destination on the nearest and easily accessible African continent from various parts of Europe.Full Program
Heart of Spain
The city of infinite plans, because in Madrid will always have something to do. If you wish, you can opt for a more cultural route and you can enjoy museums such as Prado or Thyssen. On the other hand, the leisure offer in the capital is immense, from mythical musicals to thematic shows. Also, don’t forget to take advantage of Madrid’s nightlife with its many bars and nightclubs. The majesty of the palaces, the beauty of the squares or the significance of some of its monuments make Madrid a tourist city to enjoy anytime of the year.Full Program
Capital de Moçambique
Maputo, capital de Moçambique, na África Oriental, é um porto marítimo no Oceano Índico com arquitetura colonial portuguesa preservada. Muitos edifícios do virar do século encontram-se na região da Baixa, repleta de jacarandás. A Estação Ferroviária CFM, por exemplo, foi concluída em 1916. A Baixa tem também um extenso Mercado Municipal. Fica próximo da Praça da Independência, onde se encontra a Câmara Municipal, de estilo neoclássico.Full Program
It used to be famous for its dangerous gangs and drugs, but today it is transformed. It is a vibrant destination for travelers looking for a vacation rich in culture. Medellin proudly rises from the center of the Aburrá valley and its natural beauty is the perfect setting for hiking, slide and horseback riding. Cross the lush jungle to Piedra from Penol, and then climb the 740 steps to the top, a journey within a journey that rewards you with unforgettable views.Full Program
In the last decades, it has grown rapidly, becoming one of the largest cities in the world (the seventh). As a result, its skyscraper suburbs are around a relatively compact historic center, with fascinating ancient architecture. In addition to being one of the most important countries in terms of world politics, it is also an extremely popular city for business and tourism.Full Program
Poznan is one of the oldest and largest cities in Poland. The city’s population is approximately 550,000 people, while the continuous agglomeration with the municipality of Poznan and several other communities is inhabited by almost 1.1 million people. It is the historic capital of the Greater Poland region and is currently the administrative capital of the province called Voivodeship.Full Program
House of Juliet
Verona is one of the most beautiful and visited cities in Italy. It is a town in the Veneto region, in the north 120km west of Venice and within walking distance of Lake Garda, the largest in Italy.
With an ancient medieval quarter erected on the banks of the River Adige, it is famous for being the setting for Shakespeare’s play “Romeo and Juliet” and the birthplace of some important artists such as Veronese.