From the north of Europe to the south

From the north of Europe to the south

An interesting tour to discover the huge differences between the cultures that we can found along the old continent. A nice journey to learn about the gastronomy and the history of all these cities!

Temi: Gastronomia Storia Città Città Europa

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Oslo

A proposito della città

Oslo is vibrant and modern with eclectic architecture, edgy nightlife and world-class museums. Located between the Oslofjord and the forests, nature takes centre stage in the capital, where you can sail, ski and hike to your heart’s content just a short distance from the city centre. This is definitely a place for outdoor and wildlife lovers. As you float past luscious green islands and towering rocky outcrops, the city unfolds before your eyes - sprawling out from its compact centre around the quays to the forested flanks of the surrounding hills. Made all the more beautiful by its diversity, Oslo boasts a jumble of modern and ancient buildings that give the city an eclectic feel, with the steel-and-glass Munch Museum giving way to the old-fashioned charms of the City Museum and the craggy medieval walls of the Akershus Fortress, which glowers out over the fjord. Most visitors will find themselves struggling to choose between Oslo’s numerous museums, which offer something for almost every taste: a face-to-face with the haunting image of Edvard Munch’s The Scream at the National Gallery, a chance to stand in the shoes of an Olympic ski-jumper at the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, or a window into history and culture at the unforgettable Viking Ship, Polarship Fram or Folk Museums on Bygdøy. And Oslo is certainly the cosmopolitan heart of Norway, with a rapidly growing café and bar culture, top-notch restaurants, and nightlife options ranging from world-class opera and jazz to indie rock. The capital’s thriving restaurant scene has seen it rewarded with four Michelin stars. The Grünerløkka district is close to the Munch Museum and is teeming with bustling little pavement cafés and chic bars. A thriving, truly vibrant city, the cosmopolitan heart of Norway really does have something for everyone.

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Quality Hotel Expo

80%
  • A 7,0 km dal centro
  • Snaroyveien, 20, Fornebu 1360
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12/11/2016ECONOMY

Oslo

Copenhagen

Norvegia
Gardermoen / 7:35
Norwegian Air Shuttle DY 932 Norwegian Air Shuttle
1H 10M Non stop
Danimarca
8:45 Kastrup
12/11/2016 14/11/2016

Copenhagen

A proposito della città

A decade ago, visitors came to Copenhagen just for its canals, cobbled squares, charming streets and pastel painted houses. Now this city is most known for its innovative design, cutting edge architecture and its top-rated restaurants. This historic city of canals has become trendy, cosmopolitan and exciting, without losing its old charms. The fairytalelike port of Nyhavn, the city’s legendary waterfront, is the most traditional sight of Copenhagen, where visitors enjoy the cobbled streets and colorful houses that contrasts with Langelinje quay, where the city’s most famous attraction, The Little Mermaid, is located. Walking along the Langelinje quay, the modern opera house appears on the horizon bringing tourists back into the 21st century. Another of the city’s new waterfront landmarks is the Black Diamond entertainment complex, an additional reason to travel beyond the tiny tourist-focussed centre. The building itself is stunning and provides a unique opportunity to lounge in a deckchair overlooking the water. Two of the coolest areas of the city are Veesterbro and Norrebro, away from the herds of tourists. These vibrant neighbourhoods will allow the most adventurous travelers to mix with the locals and experience the buzzing atmosphere of places like the Norrebro Food Hall, a covered foodie market, or the Ralea, the restaurant where local chefs go to get food after work. Copenhagen’s coolest borough of trendy bars, design stores and eateries, where visitors can experience the culinary revolution the city has to offer, it's just a metro ride from the city centre. The less-travelled island neighbourhood of Christianshavn offers a tranquil glimpse of residential life and canal-side strolls. It’s also home to the “free town” of Christiana, a colourful alternative community built by hippies in the 1970s, which shines with galleries and cafés, and has its own, strict set of rules. Copenhagen is clean, safe and easy to get to know. It is also one of Europe’s greenest cities and its public transport would make New York green with envy. Its centre is reserved for pedestrians and strict anti-pollution laws enforced. It’s an environmentally idyllic spot with plenty of green space and bicycles often outnumber cars, so be careful of stepping out into bike lanes. Wander carefree to the world-famous Tivoli amusement park and the city’s delightful botanical garden, or take to the pavement cafés and restaurants in the summer alongside the locals. Whatever you decide to do in the Danish capital, whether you dig design and dine, or wander in wonder, Copenhagen will keep calling you back like a siren.

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Grand Copenhagen

  • A 3,2 km dal centro
  • Vesterbrogade, 9, Copenhagen 1620
Situato nel centro di Copenhagen, a 200 metri dai Giardini di Tivoli e a 5 minuti a piedi da Rådhusplads (Piazza del Municipio), questo albergo offre luminose camere con connessione Wi-Fi gratuita e TV via cavo a schermo piatto. Tutte le sistemazioni...
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14/11/2016ECONOMY

Copenhagen

Praga

Danimarca
Kastrup / 8:20
Norwegian Air Shuttle DY 3580 Norwegian Air Shuttle
1H 20M Non stop
Repubblica Ceca
9:40 Ruzyne
14/11/2016 16/11/2016

Praga

A proposito della città

Praga è la capitale e la città più grande della Repubblica Ceca. Si trova sul fiume Moldava nella Boemia centrale. Praga è una delle città più belle d'Europa. Per chi è interessato a l'arte, alla storia, alla musica classica e a l'architettura, Praga è assolutamente da vedere. Bei edifici e architettura possono essere visti dietro ogni angolo. Il fiume Vltava attraversa il centro di Praga. Molti ponti attraversano il fiume, ma è il Ponte Carlo, che è pedonale e che i visitatori sono attratti dalla combinazione di costruzione gotica e statue barocche. Qui ci sono venditori ambulanti che vendono ogni sorta di cose, e in lontananza sulla collina c'è il Castello, considerato il nesso storico della città. La Piazza della Città Vecchia è una delle due piazze principali di Praga e dove si trovano alcune delle principali attrazioni della città come la Torre del Vecchio Municipio, l'Orologio Astronomico, la Chiesa della Madonna prima di Tyn e la Chiesa di San Nicola. Dal 1992, il centro storico di Praga è stato incluso nella lista UNESCO dei siti del patrimonio mondiale. Il centro di Praga è un museo di 900 anni di architettura, romanico, gotico, rinascimentale, barocco, revival del XIX secolo di tutti e l'Art Nouveau rimane incredibilmente indisturbato dal XX secolo. Praga è davvero una delizia architettonica.

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Union

80%
  • A 1,5 km dal centro
  • Ostrcilovo namesti, 462/4, Praga 12800
L'hotel Union è situato accanto alle vecchie mura dell'imponente Castello Vysehrad, nei pressi del centro di Praga e a soli 5 minuti a piedi dal Centro Congressi di Praga. Costruito in stile liberty agli inizi del 1900, l'hotel è stato rinnovato nel...
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16/11/2016ECONOMY

Praga

Budapest

Repubblica Ceca
Ruzyne / 7:20
Czech Airlines OK 786 Czech Airlines
1H 25M Non stop
Ungheria
8:45 Budapest Ferenc Liszt
16/11/2016 18/11/2016

Budapest

A proposito della città

Budapest is known as one of Europe’s most stunning cities. It may be thanks to its impressive surroundings, the Danube River that divides the city, the Buda hills to the west and the Great Plain to the east or due to its varied and beautiful architecture: Renaissance, Byzantine, Neo-Classical, and Art-Nouveau buildings coexist in perfect harmony. Its extensive World Heritage Site includes: the banks of the Danube, Buda Castle Quarter, Andrassy Avenue, Hero’s Square, and the Millennium Underground Railway. To top that, the city has 80 geothermal springs, the world’s largest water cave system where visitors can indulge in a relaxing bath. Budapest became a single city in 1873, occupying both banks of the river Danube, to the west there is Buda and Pest lays at the east. Both sides of the city have very different personalities. Buda is the quiet section of the city. Walking around Buda, travelers will be able to inspect the Castle Quarter and explore the narrow cobbled streets that lead to the Fishermen’s bastion with its fairytale towers, which represent the 7 tribes that existed in the city in the 9th century. This decorative fortification is located atop the Buda Castel Hill and offers the best panoramic view in Budapest. The eastern side, Pest, is where all the action takes place. This section of the city has a fin-de-siècle feel to it and nearly every building has some interesting or unusual detail. Visitors will be invited to take long strolls on its wide boulevards filled with all sorts of shops or enjoy a well-deserved coffee in its grand coffee houses. Pest is home to the parliament building and the Dohari street synagogue, the largest synagogue in Europe. The scars of WWII are still present in the city, bullet holes and shrapnel scorings left over from the Second World War and the 1956 Uprising are still visible in some of the facades, painful reminders of this grey period of history. There are several tributes honoring the Hungarian Jews that lost their lives, as the poignant Shoes on the Danube memorial or the Raoul Wallenberg Holocaust Memorial Park. This side of the river is also considered the cultural heart of the city with numerous art galleries and with more opera, concerts and ballet performances than there are days of the week. The capital’s best restaurants are found in Pest too, and it’s here the nightlife wrestles with until the early hours as well. For a unique drink try a Ruin Pub, Budapest’s network of bars in disused buildings that include former tenement houses, factory buildings and community centres. Budapest has combined all its influences and overcome its complex history to shape its own character, and sure it did it right.

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Akacfa Holiday Apartments

81%
  • A 1,4 km dal centro
  • Akacfa utca, 12-14, Budapest 1072
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  • 2 Pernottamenti

18/11/2016ECONOMY

Budapest

Atene

Ungheria
Budapest Ferenc Liszt / 19:50
Ryanair FR 1243 Ryanair
2H 00M Non stop
Grecia
22:50 Eleftherios Venizelos Intl
18/11/2016 20/11/2016

Atene

A proposito della città

Athens takes its name after the goddess of wisdom Ahtenea, who is celebrated by the magnificent Acropolis, which overlooks the modern, cosmopolitan city that Athens is today. Athens is one of the world’s oldest cities and it is the birthplace of western philosophy, democracy and theater. Up to this date, the Greek capital remains a major worldwide centre of culture, with its historic centre, iconic classical sites and museums filled with ancient Greece artefacts. The Acropolis, crowned by the emblematic Parthenon, has been proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cars were banned from the historic centre, which has become the most striking pedestrian promenade in Europe. In this archeological Park, visitors will witness the contrasting nature of this ancient metropolis being able to visit the New Acropolis Museum, a high-tech modern structure with light and airy exhibition spaces as well as the National Archaeological Museum, the largest archeological museum in Greece built in the 19th century and devoted to ancient Greek art. The Acropolis and Mount Lycavittos, the city’s highest points, are used as orientation since they are visible from most places in the Plaka, the old historical neighborhood. The Plaka is under the Acropolis and stretches almost to Syntagm, home of to the Greek Parliament. For a taste of the hedonistic Athenian lifestyle one should visit Monastiraki, where locals go to eat, drink and mingle. The night time belongs to Psirri, a vibrant neighbourhood known for its bars, live music venues and exciting nightclubs. Southeast of the city centre, a glorious stretch of coast affords dreamy views over the glistening blue Aegean Sea. Surely few European capitals can claim sandy beaches and clean water for swimming within such easy access. Athens therefore offers the best of both worlds – a fantastic city break as well as a lazy beach holiday. Athenians are surprisingly friendly and outgoing and their enthusiasm for life’s pleasurable pursuits is so infectious that even the stiffest traveler will take time out for endless coffees and evening strolls, dine out until late and enjoy the city’s nightlife, long after the rest of Europe has gone to bed.

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Athens Lotus

80%
  • A 0,7 km dal centro
  • Chiou str, 9, Athens 10438
L'hotel dista soli 30 m dalla stazione della metropolitana di Metaxourghio, nel centro storico di Atene. Gli ospiti potranno comodamente raggiungere tutti i principali luoghi di interesse in metropolitana. A 5 minuti di distanza troveranno l'Acropoli...
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From the north of Europe to the south
From the north of Europe to the south