Love is A cup of tea and biscuits in
the right place, what's more fun than doing it like an Englishmen. Pennies for
the street dance, a romantic dinner by a lake, the cold air smells of dopamine,
dance on the cobblestone or kiss in the alley.
It's abroad and no one's going to judge
the freedom of Honeymooners in their celebration of love.
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The capital of the Czech Republic
Flowing by the Vltava River.
Funnily Nicknamed “the City of a
Hundred Spires,” it's highlights being its Old Town Square, the heart of rich
history, walk around the colourful baroque buildings, light a candle at Gothic
churches and buy a replica of the clock at the medieval Astronomical Clock,
which gives an entertaining animated hourly show. The Charles Bridge is lined
with devotees and statues of Catholic saints.
A city devoted to the Alps celebrated
for winter sports. Innsbruck brightens up with its Imperial and modern
architecture. The Nordkette funicular, with stations, are beautifully designed
by architect Zaha Hadid, climbs up from the city centre for cold skiing in the
Winters and hike on the rocky mountains in the warmer months.
A global hub for banking and
finance, at the northern end of Lake Zurich, situated in
The unbeatable picturesque lanes of the
central Altstadt or also known as Old Town.
On the other hand of the Limmat River,
reflect it's rich pre-medieval history. Big Waterfront promenades are a sight
also following the river.
Milan, proudly presented as a global
capital for fashion, design and ramp walks. Highlights the national stock
It's glitzy and glamour of high-end
restaurants and shops.
The Gothic cathedral of Duomo di Milano
features the world class Leonardo da Vinci’s mural “The Last Supper,”
testifies to centuries of art and culture.
The prominent capital of Italy
A green sprawling yet overwhelmingly a
cosmopolitan city with ancient and globally influential art, beautiful
architecture and vibrant culture on display. Famous Ancient ruins featuring the
Forum and the Colosseum evoke the strength of the former Roman Empire. Vatican
City, headquarters of the Catholic Church, ventures out to the St. Peter’s
Basilica and the amusing Vatican Museums, which nurtures and houses the
masterpieces such as Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes.