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Portugal: in the Arms of Évora

Once the preferred residence of the rulers of Portugal, Évora is a white city perched on a hill and protected by ancient walls. In addition to a prodigious wealth of churches and monuments, the capital of the Alentejo has preserved an excellent quality of life.
Evora University Evora University
Evora University
Évora
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The Lofoten Islands

There’s always time to contemplate nature on the Lofoten Islands. It’s a continuous, awe-inspiring show, so just sit back and scan the horizon. The rarely stable weather makes the colours of sky and scenery change with each passing minute, constantly shifting from blue to pink, while the mountains are lit up or cast into shade…
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Lofoten-Inseln
Fiskebol
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Athens, much more than just an urban museum

Athens is much more than its Acropolis and traffic jams. The Greek capital is not a ‘museum city’ stuck in time; its soul is revealed in the mosaic of its quarters.
Acropolis Acropolis
Acropolis
Athína
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Castello: the Venetians' Venice!

You may feel the urge to put some distance between yourself and the jam-packed Piazza San Marco. Rest assured, life continues as normal in the Venetians' Venice, for example in Castello, a bustling working-class district fifteen minutes east of the Piazza San Marco. In the biggest and most hig...
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Castello
Venezia
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Netherlands: Rotterdam by boat and by bike

Around 90% of the town was destroyed by the German bombing raids in 1940 which meant that Rotterdam has, in the second part of the 20th century, become a experimental site for modern architecture. It is now filled with skyscrapers. The town has received contributions from some of the greatest ...
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Rotterdam Port
Rotterdam
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Lithuania: the colours of Vilnius

With its sinuous, medieval layout, Baroque architecture and multicoloured facades, Vilnius has plenty of allure. Still searching for its identity, the Lithuania’s capital has survived the grim hours of Nazism and Soviet oppression.
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Ausros Vartu Street
Vilnius
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Bathing in Berlin’s Lakes

Located in a green area dotted with lakes, Berlin has numerous opportunities for swimming, all within easy reach by metro. There’s nothing better than a refreshing waterside escapade to enjoy the "dolce vita" Berlin style.
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A museum of the History of Polish Jews in the former Warsaw ghetto

The Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews was inaugurated on October 28, 2014. The museum recounts 1,000 years of Jewish presence in this part of Europe. Both its scope and ambition make it comparable with the Yad Vashem Memorial in Jerusalem.
Warsaw's cemeteries
Warsaw's cemeteries
Warszawa
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The gardens of the Château de Villandry

In the heart of the Loire Valley, the Villandry estate is home to an intricate lacework of gardens. This plant world is the work of one man who devoted his life to creating a universe that would appeal as much to the senses as to the mind.
Gardens of Villandry Gardens of Villandry
Gardens of Villandry
Villandry
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Red October, the cultural heart of Moscow

Set on Moscow’s Bolotny Island, the Red October chocolate factory has become the Russian capital’s new artistic place to be. A youthful, festive cultural hub, the complex lends an underground dimension to a quarter in full revival.
Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
Moskva
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