There'll never be a moment to spare whilst visiting Cologne. Choose to explore magnificent High Gothic cathedrals, museums bursting with Roman artifacts or famous 20th Century art such as Picasso and Pop Art.
Christmas in Cologne is definitely worth experiencing as the city is transformed into a magical winter wonderland. From late November onwards Cologne is filled with huge festive markets, packed with festive snacks, aromatic mulled wine and entertaining performances for all. Perfect for a weekend break for couples who love exploring and discovering alternative traditions!
If you're a ‘Schokolade’ lover (that’s chocolate to me and you) spare some time in your trip to visit Cologne’s Schokoladenmuseum; a high-tech sanctuary exhibiting the delightful wonders of chocolate-making. With a chocolate foundation ready to be sampled at the end of the tour, it goes without saying that many flock to this family fun attraction.
Full of culture and history this 2,000 year old city is bursting with spectacular sights including the River Rhine and world class museums displaying famous 20th century art. Cologne’s biggest tourist attraction has to be its magnificent cathedral Kolner Dom. Challenge yourself by climbing the 509 steps up to the Dom’s south tower, to be rewarded with beautiful breathtaking sights of the city.
Vienna lies at the geographic heart of Europe. A compact city it squeezes in stunning architecture, luxury shopping and is steeped in musical history.
Each visit to Copenhagen brings with it a whole new range of experiences to discover. This city is packed with cultural dwellings, a plethora of shops, romantic spots and plenty of luxury retreats.
Be a Bavarian in Nuremberg as you wander around its distinctive Imperial Castle or taste it's wonderful gingerbread. Nuremberg is warm at heart Germany at its best.
Iceland's capital sure, but Reykjavik is still so close to nature. Coastal islands and spouting geysers aren't too far to be explored once you have toured the city's cultural scene.
For those who love the great outdoors, Bergen is unrivalled. This part of western Norway is famous for its breathtaking mountains and fjords, and is great for guided walking tours.
Lapland is a magical place at the top of the world. An Arctic winter wonderland of frozen snowscapes, forests and lakes and the mythical homeland of Santa Claus.
The Big Apple – it definitely won't be camera-shy. As a city where every corner hides an icon, it’s a good job it doesn't sleep so you can squeeze it all in.
Strasbourg boasts an eclectic mix of old and new; the result of an age old tug-of-war between Germany and France. Cobbled streets and creaking timber-frame houses surround the city’s spellbinding Cathedral tower, while the European Parliament is a testament to more modern times.