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Set on seven hills and with a thousand years of history, the pretty town of Bamberg in Bavaria is one of Germany's treasures.
Throughout 2012, Brussels is celebrating a veritable year of gastronomy with culinary and cultural events pervading all corners of the city. So, if you're planning a visit to the Belgian capital, check out our suggestions to make sure you get the most out of your trip.
Discover the gastronomy of Portugal where the finest delicacies of the sea and the land are combined with typical produce such as potatoes and tomatoes in tasty culinary creations that delight the palate. Be tempted by the aromas of cooking on the streets of the capital, enjoy a coffee under the arches of the famous Praça do Comercio or sample the typical sweet cookies of the Belem district.
In the pretty pink-hued city of Albi in southern France, birthplace of Toulouse-Lautrec, the biggest museum dedicated to the works of the renowned artists has reopened its doors after an ambitious refurbishment project lasting for 11 years.
The German capital celebrates the work of prestigious interior architects and designers from the largest South American country with the stylish exhibition 'Brazilian Design: Modern & Contemporary Furniture'.
Silence and solemnity, passion and religious fervour, fine architecture and art: Spain's beautiful university city of Salamanca is a gorgeous setting for the traditional Easter processions. While the monumental old city is worth visiting at any time of year, Holy Week here is something extra special.
Easter offers a great opportunity to catch up on some R&R or take a few days extra and escape on a low-cost flight to ring the changes with some music, family fun, culture, sport or simple relaxation. Check out our suggestions.
With its iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House, Sydney is probably Australia's most famous city. Our photo gallery will show you more of the city.