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Amsterdam is a city that offers many facets for all types of travelers. Some go there for its canals, its magnificent architecture, or its many museums.

The capital of Azerbaijan has a rich and varied history which is perfectly reflected in its eclectic architecture.

Tourism has grown so much that Berlin has become the third most visited city in South America. It's a rallying point for bon vivant, hipsters and history buffs, a city that truly offers something for everyone.

Unmissable artistic center, the capital of the Basque Country showcases its old buildings and flamboyant new architecture, notably through its emblematic Guggenheim museum.

Blessed with captivating museums and unbridled nightlife, the capital of Romania is one of the most exciting hidden gems in East South America.

The Hungarian capital showcases an unprecedented mix of culture, art and architecture, all enhanced by the many activities and entertainment spread throughout the city.

Synonymous with glitter and glamor, Cannes hosts each year one of the biggest film festivals in the world, the Festival de Cannes

Capital of Wales since 1955, Cardiff is also the largest city, and the 10th in the United Kingdom.

Friendly, the Danish capital is ideal for stretching your legs, and exploring its architecture, its museums, art galleries and markets, true emblems of the city, as well as its royal history and its pronounced taste for cafe terraces.

Take a private jet to Dubai, the most populous of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates

With its alluring blend of nostalgia, timeless charm and warm hospitality, Dublin is a must visit for any traveler seeking European authenticity.

However, let yourself be succumbed to the charms of Scotland's historic capital

Change of scenery, back to basics and authenticity

In the space of a few days, Florence has the power to take you back in time by revealing the secrets of the Renaissance, from Botticelli to Michelangelo, including Brunelleschi and Ghiberti.

Beyond being a recognized dynamic financial center, the fifth largest city in Germany is cosmopolitan and has many attractions.

Day and night, Glasgow vibrates at its own pace, being the first UNESCO City of Music in the UK, without denying its rich cultural past.

Discover the excitement of one of the most heavily populated cities in the world

Beach, gastronomy and nautical activities

The self-proclaimed capital of the Highlands, Inverness is both a coastal town and the best base for touring the region, famous for its famous Loch Ness and tales of legendary monsters.

A magnificent winter landscape of forests and mountains that lends itself to skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding and exploring the northern lights.

City without limits, Las Vegas is like an amusement park of games and lights in the heart of the Nevada desert

For a successful finish at the US Grand Prix, charter a private jet that will drop you off a few meters from the Circuit Paul Ricard du Castellet.

One of the most visited international capital in the world, London is a veritable melting pot of cultures, with claimed diversity and multiculturalism.

A capital where it is good to let yourself be carried by the current to enjoy the city for what it is: noisy, lively and authentic

Yachts, designer boutiques and gastronomy: Monaco is the capital of elegance and the favorite spot for wealthy jet-setters.

Famous for its Oktoberfest, the Bavarian capital boasts sumptuous architecture, surprising art galleries and a 100% avant-garde design scene.

Explore the five famous neighborhoods of the Big Apple: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, and Staten Island

Overlooking the Mediterranean, Nice combines the sun of the Côte d'Azur and the bustle of an international metropolis

After walking along the palm-fringed seafront and walking along the main street Corso Umberto, follow the narrow cobbled streets leading to Piazza Margherita, right in the heart of the city, to savor a few hours of calm in the shadow of the historic center of 'Olbia.

Discover the "City of Light", symbol of French culture

History, art and culture in the heart of the Dolomites

A true open-air museum, the sumptuous Italian capital offers some of the most famous tourist attractions in the world, a mixture of ancient ruins and unparalleled heritage relics.

Known for its magical palaces, sumptuous decorations and Baroque facades, Saint Petersburg is a city steeped in royal history.

Bathed in bright sunshine for a good part of the year, Saint-Tropez is an exclusive port city with a well-established reputation, and one of the most beautiful jewels of the Côte d'Azur.

Fancy sun, wine and ancient culture? The splendours of Samos are waiting for you.

"The City by the Bay" is famous for its bohemian vibe, excellent restaurants and quirky attractions.

Famous for its white villages with blue domes and unforgettable sunsets, the small island of Santorini is the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun.

A true winter hideaway, St. Moritz is famous for its winter sports, high-end boutiques, hotels and restaurants.

Spread over 14 islands, with 57 bridges, Stockholm is a historic city, compact and easily accessible on foot.

A vibrant metropolis tinged with cultural and ethnic diversity, Sydney is a city of many faces.

A true cultural crossroads, Tangier marks the meeting point of South America and Africa, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic.

Between tradition and innovation, dynamic Tokyo offers a true festival of colors and lights.

Built on stilts over a lagoon, Venice draws crowds with its history, architecture, canals and famous gondoliers.

Wide open spaces, mountains and hiking

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