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Matsuyama

Matsuyama

Matsuyama is the biggest city on the island of Shikoku, Japan. It's also the capital of the Ehime Prefecture. Matsuyama is a vibrant city of living traditions, set against a backdrop of historical buildings, where haiku poetry is still enjoyed as a part of daily life. A full calendar of seasonal festivals means that there's always something eye-catching going on. The city is served by a network of vintage trams and steam trains, so getting about is easy. Matsuyama also has miles of sandy beaches in this city framing the beautiful, island-studded, Seto Inland Sea.
Berlin

Berlin

Welcome to Berlin - the capital of Germany, which has been enormously affected since the Wall came down, commanding global interest as a destination. In no other European metropolis has so much changed in recent years. Walking through Berlin you will see evidence of different historic periods in a short time, from medieval buildings to the famous sightseeing landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag and East Side Gallery. Today Berlin presents itself as a young, dynamic metropolis open to the world right in the heart of Europe, setting new trends in architecture, art and fashion. Discover its diversity – enjoy Berlin!
Nuremberg

Nuremberg

Once you’ve experienced the city’s enchanting historical ambience and seen the mighty Kaiserburg, you’ll never forget them. The beautiful Old Town, which is the epitome of medieval charm, is nestled at the foot of the castle. It’s home to historical buildings, spectacular churches, one of Germany’s largest pedestrian areas and the traditional Hauptmarkt. But Nuremberg is more than just a melting pot of cultural highlights. Bavaria’s second-largest city also offers a wealth of culinary delights, so why not stop off at one of the traditional Bratwursthäuser (sausage restaurants) and try a “3 im Weggla” (3 Nuremberg grilled sausages in a roll)?
Stockholm

Stockholm

Stockholm is a city of contrasts. Trends in music, design, fashion, and technology are born here, and innovations that spread worldwide are invented here. Trendy bars and world-class restaurants are shoulder-to-shoulder with historic cafés and cozy neighborhood pubs. Stockholm is simultaneously urban and close to nature and water is an ever-present feature in this city where lake and sea meet. The atmosphere is open, tolerant and welcoming, and diversity and innovation are encouraged. Stockholm is a city for everyone. Welcome!
Touring Antwerp by tram
Antwerp, Belgium

Touring Antwerp by tram

Hop on a typical Antwerp tram and discover Antwerp from a unique point of view. Highlight after highlight after highlight.
Alicante

Alicante

Welcome to Alicante – the friendliest city in Spain! Alicante past present and future. Different civilizations have passed through these lands, leaving their mark which can be seen in all corners of this emblematic city. All of this adds to the appeal of this modern city with a primary focus on tourism, but also a special interest in industry and commerce. Alicante, situated on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, offers not only a great variety of services but also a wide range of cultural activities, with its museums, its festivals and its nature areas, in particular the Island of Tabarca (Mediterranean Marine Reserve). Alicante’s well-known climate and beaches make this a perfect city for spending a few pleasantly relaxing days away from it all.
Karlskrona Archipelago Festival SWE
Karlskrona, Sweden

Karlskrona Archipelago Festival SWE

Karlskrona Archipelago Festival
Gothenburg

Gothenburg

Gothenburg is a big city with a charming small-town feel. The beauty of Gothenburg is seen as you walk around the harbor and city center, exploring the different neighborhoods that lend the area a nice, relaxing feel. There are cafés on every street corner and world class restaurants serving the freshest ingredients. Gothenburg offers year-round events and attractions - from the Liseberg amusement park and the Opera, to sporting events, the annual film festival, book fair and the 'Way Out West' music festival. Read more at: www.goteborg.com/en
MICE
Bratislava, Slovakia

MICE

Inscentive tourism in Bratislava
Le Musée de l'Ephèbe (Museum)
Le Cap d'Agde, France

Le Musée de l'Ephèbe (Museum)

As the only underwater archaeological museum in France, it displays treasures once swallowed up by Adge's waterway: rivers, lakes and sea. All these objects, which include the most important collection of bronze statues found in situ bear witness to the town's past wealth and charm.
Bruges

Bruges

Welcome to the World Heritage City of Bruges! It is only fair to say that the places that stir all your senses and that creep under your skin are extremely rare. These are the places that pluck your heartstrings, yet whose secrets you can’t unlock completely. Bruges happens to be such a unique place. Cultural and artistic, cosmopolitan, unashamedly Burgundian, mysteriously medieval, and a Unesco World Heritage site to boot. Strolling along Bruges’ alleys, picturesque canals and verdant ramparts you cannot but fall hopelessly in love with her elegant mysteriousness.
Kashima Island
Matsuyama, Japan

Kashima Island

Kashima Island is a distinctive mountain in the sea just off the shore of Hojo, on the northern boundary of Matsuyama. Kashima means “Deer Island”, and you can see wild deer in the forest. Just 1.5 kilometers round, it offers a number of good walks around the island and over the top of the mountain. On a clear day, there are spectacular views from the lookout at the top over the Seto Inland Sea. The island is ideal for swimming, fishing and camping.
Antwerp

Antwerp

Antwerp, a busy pocket-sized metropolis, has something for everyone. The city is an inspiring source of culture thanks to its impressive architecture and magnificent museums and churches. Fashionistas can explore the stores of Antwerp’s designers, whose stylish creations are revered all over the world. And foodies and people with a passion for life in general will enjoy the warm welcome of Antwerp’s cafés and restaurants. A visit to Antwerp should definitely include the new museum MAS, the Cathedral of Our Lady and the Rubens House.
Le Cap d'Agde

Le Cap d'Agde

Cap d’Agde, an authentic southern town on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea. Cap d'Agde in the Languedoc in the south of France enjoys 300 days of sunshine a year and everyone agrees that it is a great holiday destination. Made up of 4 distinct and complementary sites, the area includes Cap d’ Agde's seaside resort, the historic Cité d'Agde and the fishing villages of Grau d’Agde and La Tamarissière. Located on a volcanic site between the Canal du Midi, the river and sea, Cap d’Agde boasts 3 ports, 14 km of partly wild and partly developed fine sandy beaches, a natural environment made up of parks, pine forests, closely protected marine areas, historical monuments, astonishing heritage, top quality sporting facilities and is a permanent whirl of activity.
Feskekörka
Gothenburg, Sweden

Feskekörka

This church building is filled with fish shops and seafood restaurant, and is well-visited by both locals, buying their fresh seafood for dinner, and tourists, looking at the many species of fish as they are showcased by the fishermen who often create a lively spectacle when shouting for customers.
Friedhof St. Johannis
Nuremberg, Germany

Friedhof St. Johannis

The Friedhof St. Johannis is one of Europe’s most important cemeteries, as a number of famous personalities, such as Albrecht Dürer and Veith Stoss, are buried here. A very beautiful place, it is also known as the “Cemetery of Roses” as a result of the many roses that grow on the site. The cemetery was commissioned as a result of the advanced council order that no longer permitted burials to be performed within the city walls. A new cemetery therefore had to be built in the surrounding area for the northern part of the city. Why not visit the baroque Hesperidengärten afterwards?
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