Take a break from everyday life and experience the first rays of spring sunshine in the metropolises of Europe.
Paris in spring
Paris is the city of love – many associate with the metropolis romance, beauty and elegance, charisma and architecture. A city on the Seine, which stands for pulsating life. Famous from numerous films as the scene of glamorous and eventful stories. The history of the city dates back over 2000 years.
For many it exudes a special fascination with all its museums, famous buildings, dazzling squares and the 300-meter-high Eiffel Tower as the landmark of Paris. Among the most famous and a must-see sight are also the Arc de Triomphe built by Napoleon, the Champs-Élysées and the Louvre Museum. It’s the city that creates everlasting memories. It is also seen as the capital of gastronomy, fashion and shopping. Also worth noting the wide range of shows, including the many famous cabarets, which are very popular since the end of the nineteenth century. The most famous cabarets are the Moulin Rouge, the Lido and the Crazy Horse.
Paris is not just a city, but can be described as a way of life that each of us must experience at least once in our lives.
Situated on the River Thames in the south of England, London is the third largest city in Europe with a population of 8 million. What began in 43 before Christus with the Roman settlement of Londinium is now one of the most modern and fascinating cities in the world.
In total, more than 300 languages are spoken in London, there are 43 universities, 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, eight royal parks, the oldest subway railroad in the world, some of the best museums and art galleries, and many other attractions. With this range of attractions, there is no time for boredom.
A visit to the city leaves you spoilt for choice: visit Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, watch a musical in the West End, shopping on Oxford Street, taste delicious food at Borough Market, enjoy the view of the city from Hampstead Heath or rather take a museum day at the V&A or the British Museum?
There are a few surprises waiting for you in London, but it’s also the way you know it with its double-decker buses, red telephone boxes, Her Majesty and the famous 5 o’clock tea.
It is one of the most famous and dreamlike lagoon cities in Europe. It is built on millions of wooden piles around 500 after Christus. Venice has numerous historical events, flair, traditions and art. Beautiful domes, noble palaces, gondolas and liners paint the image of the city built on the water. The splendor of a playful Renaissance architecture meets the visitor here at every turn. Venice is even small enough to explore everything on foot. In total, the city consists of 118 islands, 400 bridges and many gondolas.
In the middle of Venice flows the Grand Canal and is considered the longest and most beautiful waterway in the city. This stretches like a four-kilometer-long snake under Venice’s 400 bridges. One of them leads to the magnificent St. Mark’s Square in the old town.
In the past, this was the trading Center for spices and luxury goods that arrived by ship and made the Republic of “La Serenissima” unimaginably rich. Nowadays, travellers arrive from all over the world. The famous masks, which were shown in the souvenir stores, inspire people of any culture and make them to a part of Venice.
Venice offers various festivals and events throughout the year. In the year there are about 15 million visitors who come to enjoy the charm of the city. Despite the numerous visitors, the inhabitants of Venice maintain their traditions, which can be seen and felt especially in the small alleys, away from the main sights.