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Munich, Bavaria’s capital, is home to centuries-old buildings and numerous museums. The city is known for its annual Oktoberfest celebration and its beer halls, including the famed Hofbräuhaus, founded in 1589. In the Altstadt (Old Town), central Marienplatz square contains landmarks such as Neo-Gothic Neues Rathaus (town hall), with a popular glockenspiel show that chimes and reenacts stories from the 16th century.
Budapest, Hungary’s capital and the biggest city of the country, is justifiably claiming to be one of the most beautiful cities of the world.
Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic, is bisected by the Vltava river. Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires”, it's known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches, and the medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show. Completed in 1402, pedestrian Charles Bridge is lined with statues of Catholic saints.
Milan, a metropolis in Italy's northern Lombardy region, is a global capital of fashion and design. It constantly attracts a huge number of tourists who want not only to do shopping, plunge into vibrant nightlife of Milan, which it is so famous for, but also visit historical places and attractions such as incredibly beautiful Gothic Duomo Cathedral, the oldest shopping arcade Gallery Vittorio Emanuele, medieval castle Castello Sforzesco, picturesque Sempione Park, the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazia, hosting “The Last Supper” by Da Vinci, and many other sights. Above all else, Milan can be called the gastronomic center of Italian cuisine. In this city you can taste authentic traditional dishes and drinks, including world-famous varieties of white and red wines.
Vienna, Austria’s capital and the biggest city of the country, the unique, magnificent city of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven, with overflowing cultural life, majestic elegant architecture, luxurious palette of hotels and restaurants. You will greatly enjoy its diverse museums, architectural monuments, classic and modern music concerts.
Salzburg is an Austrian city on the border with Germany with spectacular views of the Eastern Alps. The city of Mozart. Throughout the year, the city hosts a variety of classical music festivals. In the immediate vicinity of the city, there are many famous ski resorts.
Graz is the second biggest city of Austria, famous for its medieval architecture, beautiful narrow streets with various brand shops and restaurants of local and modern high cuisine. Many sorts of local wines are believed to be on the top of the list of Austrian wines.
Among the sights the town, there can be named the well-known University of Graz, the Armory, which is the richest in the world (more than 35,000 items), and “Frida und Fred” – a huge interactive children’s museum.
Klagenfurt (Celovec in Slovenian) is the center of Carinthia, the southwestern land of Austria, once inhabited by Slovenes. Baroque and Renaissance buildings line the narrow streets around Alter Platz, with its bright yellow, 17th century Old Town Hall. You can also enjoy the beauty of the surrounding lakes.
Klagenfurt is famous for the Minimundus Park, the closest planetarium to Slovenia, and a huge ice palace (HC Klagenfurt is the most renowned club in Austria, once was honored to play in the final of the European Cup against the legendary Tarassov’s CSKA).
Porec is a popular summer resort on the coast of Istria in western Croatia. In the historic old town, the 6th century Euphrasian Basilica complex is famous for its gem-studded Byzantine mosaics. The coastline north and south of town draws visitors with camping areas, marinas, and beaches with water sports.
Rovinj is a Croatian fishing port on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula. The old town stands on the headland, with houses tightly crowded down to the seafront. A tangle of cobbled streets leads to the hilltop church of St. Euphemia, towering steeple of which dominates the skyline. South of the old town is Lone Bay, one of the area’s pebble beaches. The Rovinj archipelago’s 22 islands lie immediately off the mainland.
Pula, a seafront city on the tip of Croatia’s Istrian peninsula, is known for its protected harbor, beach-lined coast and Roman ruins. Settled in the prehistoric era and valued for its strategic location, Pula has been occupied, destroyed, and rebuilt numerous times. The Romans, Ostrogoths, and Venetians as well as the Allied Forces in World War II have each administered the city.
Zagreb, Croatia’s northwestern capital, is distinguished by its 18th and 19th century Austro-Hungarian architecture. At its center, Upper Town is the site of the Gothic, twin-spired Zagreb Cathedral and 13th century St. Mark’s Church, with a colorfully tiled roof. Nearby is pedestrian-friendly Tkalciceva Street, lined with outdoor cafes. Lower Town has the main square, Ban Jelacic, plus shops, museums, and parks.
Venice – we have no info to add to what you already know about this fascinating city. We will only say that from Slovenia you can come here any day and enjoy simple walk, lunch, dinner, festival, or concert and come back to your home place in the evening. There are 2 top brand clothing outlets on the way from Slovenia to Venice on Italian side.
Verona is a city in northern Italy’s Veneto region, with a medieval old town. It’s famous for being the setting of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”. A 14th century residence with a tiny balcony overlooking the courtyard is said to be “Juliet’s House”. The Verona Arena is a huge 1st-century Roman amphitheater, which currently hosts concerts and large-scale opera performances.
The province of Verona is also known for Lake Garda, Italy's largest lake, on the shores on which there are wonderful resort towns, the Gardaland amusement park and the fairytale castle of the Scaligers (its apperacne resembles of the Moscow Kremlin, it was built as a defensive structure and later was a part of the Venetian Republic).
Trieste is the most “Austrian” city in Italy and the largest port on the Adriatic. The city center with the magnificent promenade, crowned with the castle of Miramar, the sea residence of the emperors of Austria - as if a piece of imperial Vienna was brought to the sea. Here you can buy exquisite Italian clothes and shoes at fair prices and in a wide range. The famous opera house named after J. Verdi is located in Trieste. And all this just in in one hour drive from Ljubljana!
Portoroz and Piran are the center of an incredible part of the Mediterranean on the western coast of the Istrian peninsula. Portoroz, a city with a holiday atmosphere, lies in a leeward bay and has a very pleasant climate due to its proximity to the sea. The neighbouring ancient city of Piran is one of the most beautiful Mediterranean cities and one of the best preserved historic cities in Europe.
Ljubljana is the largest city and the capital of Slovenia with an extremely convenient geographical location. Thanks to the modern highways you can easily and very quickly get from Ljubljana to many European cities. The historical center of Ljubljana with a castle on a hill in the middle is incredibly charming! In the city, various festivals and folk festivals are held all the time.