Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sarajevo is often compared to Jerusalem and Istanbul because world religions are organically mixed in this ancient city. Sarajevo is very suitable for excursions to the historical sites and monuments.
You will find yourself in the Middle Ages. You won’t be indifferent to a bustling shopping area of bazaar, beautiful mosques, narrow streets, and buildings in oriental style.
Vintage buildings restored after the war are side by side with shops and night clubs. The city is also known for bakeries and cozy coffee shops.
Liverpool in United Kingdom
Liverpool is a cultural capital of Europe and venue of numerous exhibitions and festivals.
There are about thirty museums in the city, one of which is dedicated to “The Beatles.” This is where the band’s musical journey started. In addition, Liverpool can boast one of the country’s best football teams.
Umea in Sweden
The city became the cultural capital of the country. A long journey to the north of the country in winter doesn’t scare adventure seekers.
Plunge into the cultural life by visiting unusual modern performances, rock festivals, and the Norrland Opera. Tourists also love Umea for extreme entertainment like skiing, sledding, and snowmobiling. Swedish nature is particularly beautiful here.
Marseille in France
Marseille is the second largest center in the south of France. On the one hand, it is known as a sea port and cultural capital, and on the other hand, it is a city that has long been highly criminogenic.
Travelers flock to the restored art galleries, wander around the cathedral Notre-Dame de la Garde, and take voyages to the islands and Chateau d’If.
Rotterdam in the Netherlands
Rotterdam is a neat European city, famous for its ports. Travelers know it by the architectural masterpieces in Art Nouveau style, such as cubic houses and the building of the Erasmus University.
“De Rotterdam” is the largest structure in the city that deserves special attention.
Glasgow in Scotland
Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city. There are more than thirty art galleries and museums. You should certainly visit Museum Riverside.
Portland in Oregon, USA
When you look at Portland from the airplane window, it becomes clear why this city is called the greenest in America. The modern city perfectly combines clean beautiful parks and noisy areas of the city.
In the local Broadway, a street with many theaters, it is easy to make a rich cultural program.