Marseille (France) – from 21 April 2018
Few cities in Europe have undergone such a cultural transformation over the last few years as Marseille has. Just a few years ago the port city was not regarded as attractive for tourists. But that has changed – for several years now, Marseille has been experiencing a veritable boom and was European Capital of Culture in 2013.
Bordeaux (France) – from 26 March 2018
Bordeaux is the city with the most listed buildings in France – after Paris, of course. However, the metropolis with a population of 250,000 has managed to maintain its cosy charm and welcomes visitors to take relaxing strolls through its streets.
Kiev (Ukraine) – from 26 March 2018
Kiev is a city that elegantly combines the past with the future. Trends in art and culture are focused on New York and Paris, but the old traditions are also observed.
Buenos Aires (Argentina) – from 7 November 2018
Buenos Aires is not only the world capital of the tango, but also captivates with its cultural diversity, fascinating architecture, first-class football and probably the best meat in the world. Due to its diversity the Argentinian capital is also known as the Paris of South America.
Mahé (Seychelles) – from 22 September 2018
Crystal-clear water, white sandy beaches and perfect temperatures all year round – for many people the Seychelles are rightly high on the list of dream destinations. It’s a paradise for families, scuba divers and watersports fans.
Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam) – from 15 November 2018
Having recovered from its history of occupation, revolution and war, Vietnam now ranks as one of Southeast Asia’s most attractive travel destinations. Visitors can look forward to the amazing beaches, breathtaking scenery and an impressive cultural heritage.
Colombo (Sri Lanka) – from 2 November 2018
If you like your holiday to combine culture, natural beauty and the beach, Sri Lanka is perfect for you. You can find everything your heart desires on the island: gorgeous beaches, mountains, national parks and cultural highlights.