Posts tagged "Europe"
#Innsider’s guide to Zurich

#Innsider’s guide to Zurich

The capital city of Switzerland is renowned for its mighty financial district and low tax rates, but this amazing city has so much to offer, great for a long weekend or a lengthier stay.  You can take in museums, theatres, art galleries and of course wonderful bars and restaurants. Keep reading for our #innsider tips...
Top Attractions in Sárvár, Hungary

Top Attractions in Sárvár, Hungary

A rural town in the county of Vas in western Hungary, Sárvár is best known for its revitalising healing waters and world-class spa. However, this is no one-trick pony town – take a look at these top ten things you shouldn’t miss while you’re there. 1. Hire a bike – with a difference Grab a...
An #innsiders guide to Berlin

An #innsiders guide to Berlin

Germany’s capital city is rich with history and has long-been seen as an uber-cool muse for artists and musicians. If you are heading to Berlin, take some of our #Innsider advice and look at the city from a different angle.   Berlin on film Forget Hollywood, loads of blockbusters have included scenes shot in Berlin...
Top 20 Museums in Frankfurt

Top 20 Museums in Frankfurt

In Frankfurt, seeing a museum is a must. The city has an amazing array of museums that will be sure to catch your interest. We have picked twenty of the best museums in Frankfurt that are all easily accessible from the Frankfurt Airport Hotel. 1. Städel Museum – Situated in a stately Gründerzeit building, the Städel...
Visit the European Games in 2015

Visit the European Games in 2015

After years in the making, the European Olympic Committee has decided the time has come for Europe to have its own continental games. Find out everything you need to know about the European Games and the inaugural host city, and get ready to cheer on your country in Baku in 2015 The European Games The...
Copenhagen, the #innsider’s way

Copenhagen, the #innsider’s way

As the song goes, ‘wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen’ –  there is so much to do in the Danish capital, it is easy to see why. As well as the historical and literary sights associated with Copenhagen’s Viking past and the legacy of Hans Christian Anderson, the city (voted the world’s most liveable place in 2013) has...
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