Minutes from the fashion houses of Bond Street, in one of the world’s leading art districts Mayfair, and within walking distance of five royal parks, Brown’s Hotel is at the center of London's finest experiences.
Sacramento, California's capital city, is sometimes overlooked by tourists but for no reason: called the "Camellia capital of the world" "City of Trees" and the "River City", the city has a lot to offer, from historic attractions to great food and great nature around it.
South West Africa, now known as Namibia, is a vast country along the south Atlantic coast of Africa. It's capital is Windhoek, a city with excellent hotels, food to eat, good shopping experience and extraordinarily diverse culture.
There are towns described as "It's a fairytale!" but you'd have hard time finding something like Sintra, a city in Portugal that fits that description as closely as it gets. A gorgeous romantic feel at every corner makes it a perfect wedding destination.
Just an hour north by train from London, a city on the River Cam is home to the prestigious University of Cambridge. Here you can see more in a day than you'd imagine: from the spirit of students, a wonderful choice of shops and great food to all-night dance parties that honor scientists.
Osaka, a large Japanese port center on the island of Honshu, is a relatively young city but it produces some 16% of Japan's GDP. To put that into perspective, many countries have smaller economies that this city alone. From high-end fashion to "eat oneself bankrup", Osaka is a fantastic place to enjoy your holidays.
Some says the city on the River Witham is stuck in time. And in a way it is, indeed. Lincoln mixes an old spirit and new habits and it's mixing them in an unique way you won't see in many other places. By 1150, Lincoln was among the wealthiest towns in England.
Toronto, Canada's biggest city is not just a city of rush of the metropolis. Its bustling street life, dynamic food choices, numerous attractions above and under the ground, and one of the Seven Wonders of the World just an hour and a half drive away, will fill you with energy to explore it inside out.
Situated deeply in the Soviet territory, Nizhny Novgorod is the main center of Russian river tourism, one of the cities included on the UNESCO World Heritage list, the famous Russian center of IT industry, and soon host of the 2018 World Football Championship.