The bike trumps all other transportation modes in Copenhagen. There are more bikes in the Danish capital than residents. Tourists of course can also rent bikes and see the sights from the saddle.
Öland is popular with Swedes, because it gets more hours of sunshine than anywhere else in the country. But the island has much more to offer, including palaces, windmills and regional specialties.
The Spanish city of Seville is known as the cradle of flamenco. Today, Andalusia‘s capital is thoroughly devoted to this cultural phenomenon. Many other things traditional and new can be discovered here, as well.
Venice is world famous for its precious fabrics: a visit to the opera "La Fenice" and two traditional weaving mills. Also, the works of the artist Lennart Grau are full of colour. And: What is good design?
The Dutch Golden Age was marked by great economic as well as cultural achievements. The works of Rembrandt and Vermeer, and Amsterdam's stunning canal-side mansions, give a sense of this unique era.
Johann Strauss’ waltzes aren’t only popular in his hometown of Vienna. They are a highlight at balls the world over. But why?
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