Abbeys, palaces, medieval fortresses, and Renaissance gems … France’s offer of gorgeous chateaux is much more than the most renewed castles like Versailles and Fontainebleau.
Skopje is the capital city of North Macedonia, located in the centre of the Balkan Peninsula, close to the border with Kosovo and Serbia.
Nestled on one of the Italian Peninsula hills, just 1 hour and half drive from Bologna, the Republic of San Marino is one of the oldest and smallest countries in the world.
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Built on the confluence of two rivers, the Sava and the Danube, Belgrade has always been an important cross point for different cultures and communities, and it has often been referred to as the gateway to the Balkans.
There is a place in Italy that it is a combination of everything quintessentially Italian: amazing food, incredible architecture and world’s best cars. That place is Modena.
Known as the country of ancient culture, beautiful architecture and delicious food, Italy has got a long-term love story with sport. It is home to important internationally-recognised names, like Ferrari and Valentino Rossi, and some of the most prestigious football clubs in Europe.
Ljubljana is a charming boutique city, proud holder of the title as European Green Capital 2016. Despite being classified as a medium-sized European city, it preserves the friendliness of a smaller town, while offering everything found in large capitals.
The opportunity to attend a live football match of the English Premiere League or the Italian Serie A is definitely something that could boost your tours to Europe. Sometimes, getting the tickets for an important event is the only thing that matters for your clients.