City Review

Lyon

Lyon, the third largest city in France, was for a long while considered drab and uneventful. Today, one would find this description hard to believe after spending some time in this picturesque city. Thanks to some corrective urban planning, Lyon has quickly become...

London

London’s cultural attractions run the gamut, from the highest of highbrow to sugar coated kitsch.  You can browse the impressive collections of the Tate or Natural History museums, scare up some fun at the spooky Tower of London, witness the changing of...

Madrid

Located at an axis between Africa and Europe, Madrid, the capital of Spain, boasts the best of both continents.  The fusion of old and new, the cultural and the historical, makes Madrid one of the most popular and mesmerizing travel destinations in Europe.

Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the capital city of the Netherlands. Originally a small fishing town, it has become the largest Dutch city, and the financial heart of the country.

Breathtaking canals, beautiful architecture, and friendly people have made Amsterdam one of the...

Did You Know?...

  • With over 80 million foreign tourists annually, France is the most visited country in the world.
  • You can start gambling as soon as you land in Amsterdam, at the Holland Casino found in the Schipol airport.
  • There are 28 UNESCO World

Upcoming Events Across Europe

  • Carnival of Rijeka, Croatia

    Tens of thousands attend the weeks-long festivities in Rijeka, which once had Europe’s most intense carnival life. Concerts, car rallies, charity balls, performances, and parties take place in the days leading up to the main event, the Carnival itself. Stages are set up all along the carnival route where you can ogle and admire all the festive carnival groups and participants.

  • La Tamborrada, Spain

    The Basque city of San Sebastian thunders with excitement on 20 January, when regiment after regiment of drummers parade through the streets. You’ll be thumping along with them in celebration of the city’s patron saint. The festivities begin in Plaza de la Constitucíon at the stroke of midnight and continue for 24 hours.

  • International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo, Monaco

    There’s plenty of fun to be had throughout the tiny French-speaking principality starting from the third Thursday each January. For 11 days artist troupes and trained animals from all over the world perform and charm crowds young and old. The International Circus Festival has been going strong for almost 40 years – if you’re in Monaco this January, you shouldn’t miss it.