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Barcelona

Fanciful architecture and hip restaurants have come together with the sunny southern Spanish climate and beaches. This has transformed Barcelona in just a few decades from a rough port city to one of Europe’s—if not the world’s—premier destinations. Stroll along La Rambla, admire the Casa Calvet’s façade or the Casa Mila designed by Gaudi, visit the Market of la Boqueria or shop at El Corte Inglés, and sample some of the many bars, cafés and late night haunts while you’re at it.

Kerry

Kerry is more than a mere county – it’s a Kingdom... Right out on the edge of Europe, where Ireland’s highest mountains dip down into the wild Atlantic Ocean, is the ancient Kingdom of Kerry. This is the furthest west you can go in all of Ireland. “Next parish, Manhattan” they say here. And it’s partly this far-flung feel – away from the rest of the world in Ireland’s beautiful South West corner – that makes it so appealing. There’s good food, fine pubs, easy banter and live music to be found right across Kerry in lively towns and tiny settlements. And while visitors may argue about their favourite towns, everyone genuflects to the perfection that is the Kerry landscape. It’s just drop-dead gorgeous.
Bremen, Germany

Maritime Bremen

Bremen's seafaring traditions are still alive and well today and have a big part to play in its unique appeal. The Schlachte Embankment along the River Weser is a magnet for locals and tourists: there are always people milling around by the water, especially when the sun is out.
Bremen, Germany

Bremen + Bremerhaven - Made of stars

Bremen and Bremerhaven - two towns together.

Detroit

Better known as ‘Motor City’, Detroit is popular worldwide for its cars, Motown history and as an important center of African-American culture in the US. Birthplace of the Ford Motor Company, Detroit received its nickname of ‘Motor City’ thanks to its mass production of motor vehicles on an assembly line. The city has thrived despite its somewhat negative reputation in recent times, developing into a dynamic metropolis with heaps to offer visitors. Artists and singers have celebrated Motortown for its charm: the city is a landmark in the history of the music and it has to be thanked for discovering some of the most talented artists of all time.
Bremen, Germany

Bremen - Made of stars

Join us on an enthralling journey through Bremen: you’ll be amazed by the variety on offer in the city on the Weser. Bremen’s highlights range from historical sights such as the UNESCO World Heritage town hall and Roland statue through to north Germany’s biggest fun fair, the Freimarkt. The city also presents a whole host of theatres and museums, sporting events such as the SixDays cycle race and behind-the-scenes insights at Mercedes-Benz and the Beck’s brewery, not to mention the labyrinth of narrow lanes in the Schnoor quarter and the vibrant boutiques of Bremen’s Viertel district. Don’t just take our word for it – come and see for yourself. We look forward to your visit!
Barcelona, Spain

G Experiència

Nothing like the audiovisual projections we normally see. It’s like being inside Gaudí’s head, understanding what inspired him in a way that is easy to understand and magical. With the audiovisual 4D you can travel inside the creative mind of Guadi. History mixed with innovative technology! Interactive walls with 9 languages put at your fingertips life and works of the genious architect. ...What are you waiting for? You can find us next to Park Güell!
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Ketchum, Idaho

Today, people still flock to Ketchum and Sun Valley both to relax and to seek adventure. Sun Valley is home to one of the country's most famous ski resorts, and Ketchum is considered the gateway to the Sun Valley Resort and the Sawtooth Recreation Area. Ketchum is also located close to the natural wonders of Big Wood River and parts of the Boise, Challis and Sawtooth National forests, thus providing visitors with a multitude of opportunities for fishing, hiking and trail riding. In town, it is apparent the residents of Ketchum celebrate their pioneer heritage and have combined their Old West roots with modern life. Nothing is more of a testament to this fact than the annual Wagon Days Big Hitch Parade, which features horse-drawn buggies, wagons and carts traveling down streets lined with modern shops and galleries.

Glasgow

Glasgow is the 21st-century magnet of Great Britain, with an energetic, yet sophisticated vibe. Formerly Britain's major center of industrial prowess, it has been rapidly transforming into a booming hub for art and culture in the past decades and prides itself on a never-ending stream of up-and-coming musicians and a thriving nightlife. Glasgow is also home to many excellent modern Scottish restaurants dedicated to preserving their Scottish heritage, and some of the best shopping in the country.
Kerry, Ireland

Explore The Blasket Islands

There are a number of Islands off the coast of Kerry that offer remote wildernesses to explore. And off Slea Head – the most westerly tip of the Dingle Peninsula – lies a deserted village with a poignant past, on an archipelago that gave birth to Ireland’s greatest born storytellers: the mystical Blasket Islands; now an emblem of the Irish story of emigration. Anchor a boat in the Blasket Sound on the edge of Europe. Climb to the top of An Blascaod Mór and look west. Imagine you can touch America, you can feel the past and history of the people who went before you, There is an aura there, a feeling, it’s mystical. And visit the Blasket Centre a wonderful interpretive centre in a long, white hall ending in a wall-to-ceiling window overlooking the islands. Great Blasket’s rich community of storytellers and musicians are profi led along with its literary visitors like John Millington Synge, writer of Playboy of the Western World. The more prosaic practicalities of island life are covered by exhibits on shipbuilding and fishing.
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Lincoln, New Hampshire

Mountainous views. Fresh, flowing streams. And a kingdom of forests and wildlife. Lincoln, New Hampshire was established as one of America’s first colonies in 1782—and the town has been attracting the adventurous ever since! There truly is no limit to the exploration: hiking, camping, picnicking, skiing, snowboarding, birding, sightseeing, and more are yours. Guests to the Lincoln can also expect a trim of standard New England luxury, with fine dining, upscale shopping districts, and spa retreats.

Linköping

Discover Linköping - located on the stunning Östgöta Plains in the province of Östergötland. There’s a lot to see and do here year round! Are you itching to dive into the heat of city life, or is a relaxing country jaunt more to your taste? You don’t have to choose – all the culture and entertainment of Linköping is just minutes away from our amazing countryside of plains, lakes and canals. Go on a boat ride, wander the Östgöta Trail, go to the theater or have a bite to eat at one of the city’s many restaurants. The charm is in the size - Big enough to have most everything, small enough to have it all close at hand. Linköping is quite simply a little big city. It makes life refreshingly easy and enjoyable. Welcome to Linköping!
Barcelona, Spain

L’Aquarium de Barcelona

The sharks are the stars at this Mediterranean themed aquarium, but you will be able to see almost all different kinds of water species here. L’Aquàrium is situated at the end of Las Ramblas and is very close to the city centre. When here, make sure not to miss the tunnel where you can spot stingrays, sharks and many other fish swimming around and above you.
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