The Best European Destinations for People Who’ve Seen it All

For when we can travel again.

Colmar, France

Famous worldwide as a leading destination for wine tourism, Colmar offers more than just wine! With its cobblestone streets, markets, festivals, scrumptious food and picturesque buildings, Colmar promises to quickly become one of your favourite French towns!

Where to stay?

For a true taste of Colmar, stay at La Maison des Têtes. Housed in a lavish 17th-century mansion, it offers chic rooms, creatively prepared food and unmatched luxury.

What to do?

Visit Unterlinden Museum, La Petite Venise, the numerous amazing châteaus in the area (don’t miss Château du Hohlandsbourg which dates back to the 13th century), and obviously – drink all the wine.

Athens, Greece

Although it’s the capital of Greece, Athens is not necessarily the first destination that springs to mind when thinking about a holiday to the land of quaint island villages of squashed-together white houses, olive trees and endless sunshine. However, with its vibrant streets, ancient wonders, booming art scene and electrifying nightlife, Athens is definitely a city worth adding to your travel bucket list.

Where to stay?

Located in close proximity to the Acropolis and Plaka (the Old Town), AthensWas Hotel is a boutique hotel offering amazing views, modern decor and five-star luxury.

What to do?

Visit the Acropolis, the Pantheon, wander the streets of Plaka and Monastiraki and indulge in all the feta cheese and dips Greece is famous for.

Rijeka, Croatia

Named European Capital of Culture for 2020, Rijeka is Croatia’s third biggest city and is the perfect answer to those who don’t want to have to choose between a beach holiday or a city break. Combining history, pretty beaches and trendy restaurants, Rijeka is the ideal destination for travellers who have toured all major European cities and are looking to experience something different.

Where to stay?

Hotel Bonavia Plava Laguna benefits from a super central location and offers everything you could desire!

What to do?

Visit Trsat for breathtaking views of the city and Kvarner Bay, go to The Peek and Poke Museum, go shopping on Korzo and don’t forget to check what exhibitions, shows and concerts are on this year before your visit.

Plovdiv, Bulgaria

The second biggest city in Bulgaria and the oldest continuously inhabited town in Europe,  Plovdiv is an ancient city built around 7 hills, which offers a lot to history and art lovers! With its history, architecture, funky bars and restaurants and delicious Bulgarian cuisine, Plovdiv will be sure to exceed your expectations.

Where to stay?

Residence City Garden Hotel is a stunning five-star hotel close to central Plovdiv, which guarantees elegant decors, fine dining and utmost luxury.

What to do?

Visit the Ancient Theater of Philippopolis, the Regional Ethnographic Museum and the Old Town. The vibrant Kapana District is the best place for a drink and a meal after a day of exploring Plovdiv’s colourful streets.

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