London

London

 

LONDON

 

LONDON

LONDON

London is known for its famous districts, historical monuments, and pubs. It is the result of the growth of two cities: the original City of London and the City of Westminster. It is the capital of England and the United Kingdom. Situated along the banks of the river Thames, it has two thousand years of history since its foundation by the Romans.

London’s population comprises an ample variety of cultures, ethnicities, and religions, resulting in more than eight million inhabitants. Its public transport network is one of the largest in the world. It has the set of the most famous historical monuments in the world: Big Ben, Tower Bridge, and Buckingham Palace.

Rome

Rome

ROME





ROMA





ROME

Rome, the capital of Italy, is one of the oldest cities in the world, known as well as one of the most important cultural centers in Europe. With the Vatican City within its territory, Rome is also the center of Catholicism. The city was founded during the VIII century a.C. as an important trade route between the Etruscans to the north and the Greek colonies to the south. Legend has told that it was originally founded by the twins Romulus and Remus, who were raised by a wolf. Rome has remained the political, administrative and cultural center of Italy.

One of the main celebrations of the popular Romana tradition was, from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century, the carnival, reinserted by the municipality of Rome, albeit in a very different way, in 2010. Its origins go back to the Saturnalia of Ancient Rome, characterized by public amusements, dances and the use of masks

Lisbon

Lisbon

LISBON

LISBOA

LISBON

Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and is one of the most vibrant and charismatic cities in Western Europe. It is a city the fuses its traditional legacy with an influx of modern and liberal views. As a vacation destination, Lisbon offers a rich and varied history, a lively nightlife, and the gift of wonderful weather all year long.

Its main tourist attractions are within walking distance from each other. Lisbon is located close to a magnificent coastline with stunning beaches just a short journey away by train or bus. There are two coastline portions that are easily accessible from Lisbon: the Cascais-Estoril region (to the west of Lisbon) and the Costa da Caparica (to the south of Lisbon). Some of the most representative sites to visit are the mountain city of Sintra, the fishing village of Cascais, the Palace of Mafra, the beach town of Sesimbra, and the walled town of Obidos.

Prague

Prague

PRAGUE

PRAGUE

Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, is located in the center of Europe and is becoming its very heart thanks to its historical and cultural heritage and beauty. It is situated along the banks of the Vltava River and its historic center, designated as a World Heritage Site, has made of this city one of the most visited in the world.

Some of its main attractions are the Old Town Hall, with its famous Prague Astronomical Clock, the narrow streets of its Jewish Quarter, the cruises along the Vltava River, the Gothic Charles Bridge, the Church of Saint Nicholas, and the Castle Gardens.

Berlin

Berlin

BERLÍN





BERLÍN





BERLÍN

The city of Berlin is the capital of Germany and hosts the highest number of tourists. It has many parks and it is known as one of the greenest cities in the world. It also has astonishing monuments and tourist sites, among which the most representative are the following: the Brandenburg Gate, the Memorial Church, the Reichstag, numerous churches and cathedrals, monuments and, evidently, the Berlin Wall remains, which can still be visited.

Its modern architecture erases the traits of a sad past during which the city was divided, blending the modern and the extravagant with daily life. Berlin is also one of the most representative cultural and political centers in Europe. It is home to diverse festivals and international diplomatic and political activities.