Europe

Where to stay in Barcelona – A guide to the Catalan capital Barcelona is the second most populated city in Spain after Madrid and is located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. This metropolis is the capital of the autonomous community of Catalonia and is a popular destination thanks, in large part, to its beaches...

Where to stay in Bari – Medieval Italy at its finest Nature was very generous in providing Bari, the capital of the Apulian region, beauty and charm, a natural beauty on the Adriatic coast, converted into an important tourist and commercial port. Where to stay in other cities Where to stay in BolognaWhere to stay in...

Where to stay in Berlin – A guide to the German capital Berlin is not only the capital of Germany, but also its largest and most important city. This metropolis is located on the banks of the Spree and Havel rivers (northeast of Germany) and is known (among many reasons) for the famous Berlin Wall that separated the...

Where to stay in Bologna – A guide to the Italian food capital Benvenuto a Bologna, historical cradle of Emilia Romagna and gastronomic capital of Italy. Monuments of gods and baroque pieces decorate the traditional streets of “La Rossa”. Where to stay in other cities Where to stay in SevilleWhere to stay in...

Where to stay in Brussels – A guide to the European capital Brussels is the capital and largest city of Belgium. With a population of almost three million inhabitants in its metropolitan area, Brussels has held the position of unofficial capital of Europe since the 1950s, when most of the institutions of the incipient...

Where to stay in Bucharest – An accommodation guide to the Romanian capital Bucharest is the capital of Romania, located in the south of the country. This city of Eastern Europe was known as the “Paris of the East” in the past, due to its elegant Art Nouveau style and historic buildings similar to those in the French...

Where to stay in Budapest – An accommodation guide to the Hungarian capital Like many cities that grew up around rivers, Budapest is a dual city, formed by the twin towns of Buda, on the west side of the Danube River and Pest in the east. These cities became a single entity in 1873. Genrally, Buda is considered quieter...

Where to stay in Dubrovnik – A guide to the “Pearl of the Adriatic” The old city of Dubrovnik, which delves into the Adriatic Sea with a backdrop of rugged limestone mountains, is known as one of the most beautiful and best preserved medieval towns in the world. For centuries, Dubrovnik competed with Venice as a trading...

Where to Stay in Frankfurt – Accommodation Guide to the European Business Capital Since medieval times, Frankfurt has been one of the most important cities in Germany. It is thought of as a concrete jungle, due to its tall skyscrapers and unique architecture for a European city. Where to stay in other cities Where...

Where to stay in Lyon – An accommodation guide to this French city Called Lugdunum by the Romans, the city of Lyon is the second largest city in France and one of the most sought-after travel destinations in the country. Lyon is located in the center-south of France, very close to the Swiss border and the imposing...