PARIS

PARIS

A ride in a classic 2CV is an offbeat and enjoyable way to explore the various districts of the French capital. Comfortably installed on the vintage back seat of the very first car for the general public in history, you’ll be driven around to popular as well as lesser-known sights, to enjoy memorable moments and amusing anecdotes. More »

DUBAI

DUBAI

Dubai is a city that must be seen to be believed. Record-breaking architecture stands alongside traditional quarters, while man-made islands jut out of the coastline. Here are the top places to tick off your sightseeing list when you’re in town. More »

NEW YORK

NEW YORK

Something exciting happens every day (and every minute) in New York City, and below you’ll find some of the best ways to experience the five boroughs’ energy right now. New attractions and restaurants, top sports and nightlife events, the hottest shops and seasonal guides—we’ve got everything you need to make the most of this moment in the world’s greatest city. More »

ROMA

ROMA

Roma Pass 48 Hours, which is sponsored by Rome City Council and the Ministry for the Arts and Cultural Activities and Tourism, in collaboration with ATAC, the public transport company, is the capital’s special tourist-cultural card that enables both tourists and interested local residents, the opportunity to benefit from various discounts and services that make it easier and cheaper to enjoy the splendours of Rome during 48 hours. More »

MADRID

MADRID

Whether you have a tight budget or on the contrary more comfortable to offer you a few caprices, Madrid will not disappoint you. Its cultural and leisure offerings include both museums with free admission and the most exclusive VIP ambiances. This city without prejudice is also one of the preferred destinations of the collective LGBT. In Madrid, the offer of family leisure has no end and, whether on the most tourist routes or off the beaten track, all visitors find their happiness there. More »

SHANGAI

SHANGAI

Located at the mouth of the Yangtze River and bathed by the East China Sea, Shanghai is the largest city in China. It is one of the municipalities directly under the central authority and a famous historical and cultural city. This international metropolis is known for its industrial, commercial and financial activities, transport facilities, rich tourist resources, culinary art and attractions. More »

 

VANCOUVER

Vancouver is synonymous with both natural and urban beauty, thanks to its dedication to smart city planning and preserving green space. The city’s West End is the trendy culmination of these efforts—filled with sleek residential towers, bordered by the mid-city wilderness of Stanley Park, and dotted with enough great places to eat and drink to please everyone.

The center of business and transit in Vancouver is undoubtedly its downtown neighborhood, but further along the central peninsula lies West End, in many ways the true center of the modern Vancouver. In contrast to the picturesque harbors and post-industrial grit of downtown or historic Gastown, the West End seems almost futuristic in its picture-perfect version of modern city living. It is characterized by beaches, pristine towers and dense scatterings of shops and restaurants that exude an upscale sort of bohemia that’s difficult to find anywhere else.

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DISCOVER BACELONA

Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia, is a Mediterranean and cosmopolitan city with Roman remains, medieval quarters and the most beautiful examples of 20th century Modernism and avant-garde. It is no surprise that emblematic constructions by the Catalan architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Doménech i Montaner have been declared World Heritage Sites by the UNESCO.The city’s origins are Roman, and its long history and economic dynamism have made Barcelona a cultural city, which can be seen in the historic-artistic heritage and the promotion of the most innovative artistic trends. A wide cultural programme will take visitors to museums, exhibitions, open-air sculptures… and many concerts, plays and dances.

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DISCOVER ROME

The construction of the largest amphitheater of the Roman Empire was started by Vespasian in 72 AD. This building was planned to change the relationship between power and people from then on: entertainment and distraction offered to the populace for free. It may be two thousand years old but the Colosseum is still the symbol of the eternal city, every year drawing thousands of visitors, meaning long queues and an endless wait.It was used for gladiator fights and hunting simulations involving ferocious and exotic animals. The capacity is estimated around 70.000 people; the shows became occasions to impress and control the people through an unforeseen display of astonishing special effects. Today it is possible to visit and understand how the underground theatrical system worked, with hoists, ramps and trapdoors, in order to present the animals, gladiators and scenery machineries to an overwhelmed crowd. Find out the unbelievable engineering techniques that allowed ancient Romans to complete this massive structure, that has reached us today, in less than 10 years.

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DISCOVER PARIS

Begin with a coffee on the Champs-Elysées, then take a gentle stroll down to the Eiffel Tower along the avenue Marceau, passing the famous flame of the Pont de l’Alma. From the top of the Tower, you’ll be treated to an unrestricted view over Paris. Then, hop onto one of the river boats moored just below and glide down the Seine as far as Notre-Dame. When you’ve finished your visit of the cathedral, it’ll be time for a lunch break. The Louvre is just half an hour away and awaits you for a made-to-measure tour around the major works of art. As you leave, the day will be drawing to a close over the footbridge des Arts, the Pont Neuf and the Institut de France… Cross over the river and make your way to Odéon metro station which will lead you straight to the Montmartre hill where you can enjoy an exceptional panorama over the city and its monuments, illuminated at nightfall.

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