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Europe, with its distinct history, its countries and multitudes of cultures and traditions is like no other destination. Whether its London, Paris, Rome, or Barcelona you will find European destinations to be culturally diverse and anxious to please.

Helsinki, Finland's capitol, offers a 100 Kilometer shoreline on the Baltic Sea and approximately 300 islands off the coast. The compact, vibrant city is both highly cultural and incredibly relaxing, with great possibilities for many outdoor activities. It is a compact city easily explored on foot and features large park areas, forests, lakes, and the coastline with numerous islands. It is great city to be explored outdoors.

Well known for its hospitality and friendliness , Istanbul sits at the cradle of cultures and civilizations connecting Europe and Asia to civilizations that have reined the lands for centuries. It is a magnificently unique city that has been capital to many civilizations from past to present and still continues to be home to residents from all over the world. The city has accumulated a large cultural heritage through a line of succeeding empires and civilizations kept alive by the historical and cultural monuments and sites built throughout the countryside since the ancient times.

Lisbon, Europe's second-oldest capital, was once home to the world's greatest explorers like Vasco da Gama, Magellan and Prince Henry the Navigator. Today it's a compact and intimate city, ideal for a short city break or a longer vacation holiday, with a lively café culture and a nightlife that is one of the most vibrant in Europe. It's a friendly city with a cosmopolitan population, welcoming to all visitors and families with children, and open to minorities and alternative lifestyles.

London is the political, economic and cultural capital of Britain and home to Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Queen and the House of Parliament, both popular tourist attractions. London is truly an international city. It is within a three hour flight time of 50 countries and is linked to 300 other destinations through it's five international airports and high speed rail.

Madrid is a cosmopolitan city and is the economic, financial, administrative heart of Spain. Today it has a large cultural and artistic heritage and a legacy of centuries of exciting history. Madrid is a dynamic, open society, high-spirited and friendly, making it one of the great capitals of the Western world.

Oslo is the economic and governmental centre of Norway and hub of Norwegian trade, banking, industry and shipping. It is an important centre for maritime industries and maritime trade in Europe. The city is home to many companies some of the world's largest shipping companies in the world. Oslo has been listed as one of the most expensive cities in the world but is has also been ranked number one in terms of quality of life among European large cities and one of the fastest growing cities in the world.

Year after year, the magnetic "City of Lights" draws new travelers to its Eiffel Tower, Louvre and Notre Dame. Paris has earned its reputation for being one of the most romantic cities in the world and why couples flock to this city and experienced travelers keep coming back for more.

Prague is a historic city forged in the Middle Ages and is described as a city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes. There remains the influence of a medieval center with a wonderful mixture of cobbled lanes, walled courtyards, cathedrals and countless church spires. It was almost undamaged by WWII and still has a majestic 9th century castle that dominates the cityscape.

Rome is the city with the highest concentration of historical and architectural riches in the world, the heart of Catholic Christianity and is the only city in the world to host an entire foreign state within its confines, the enclave of the Vatican City.Over 16% of the world’s cultural treasures are located in Rome. Its historical center houses nearly three thousand years of antiquity. The Holy See’s property beyond the confines of the Vatican State as well as the Basilica of St. Paul outside the Walls are on the UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

Stockholm consists of fourteen major islands and more than 24,000 small islands, islets and skerrys forms an archipelago surrounding the main city. Stockholm and its beautiful islands are visited by more than 17 million travelers a year. This makes the capital of Sweden one of the major destinations in northern Europe. The most popular way to see the archipelago, called the skärgården by locals, is by ferry. You can as easily go for five weeks as for five hours and buy tickets accordingly.

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