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Athens$22.99 – $38.99
Athens is the capital city of Greece where prehistory shakes hands with late antiquity. The triumphal arch of Hadrian welcomes to the city’s monumental aura and Syntagma Station sits at its core. Here National Archaeological Museum exhibits the Neolithic, Cycladic, Mycenaean and Egyptian collections of epigraphs, sculptures, masks, fresco, pitchers,
Innsbruck$22.99 – $38.99
The Alpine Austrian city of Innsbruck is the most renowned hub of winter sports. Benefitting from the Nordkette mountain chain, its ski area lines up the gondola lift cable cars. The snowy slopes are a backdrop to The Hofburg or Habsburg palace that is medieval at its heart and Baroque
Lisbon$22.99 – $38.99
The Portuguese capital Lisbon is very populous, lively and one of the oldest cities in the world. Time has threaded different monuments into the city’s rich history since the Neolithic period. Structures such as São Jorge Castle, The Palace of Queluz, Jerónimos Monastery and Belém Tower have stood the test
Madrid$22.99 – $38.99
The capital of Spain and the literary capital of the world - Madrid, is a combination of historic landmarks, opulent palaces, notable broadways, cultural squares and iconic sculptures. The Gran Via central street leads the way through the monochrome neo-classical facades. Plaza Mayor and Plaza de Cibeles are the major
Prague$22.99 – $38.99
“The City of Hundred Spires”, the Bohemian capital, Prague is marked by its medieval Old Town Hall exhibiting the world’s oldest functional astronomical clock, dating back to 1410. Adorned with Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque heritage, Prague has some of the oldest structures. Prague Castle complex is the largest castle in the world. Its historic Charles Bridge connects the two banks of Vltava River. Municipal House, St. Nicholas Church and other buildings in the Old Town Square are also historic gems. The Petrin Tower and the Dancing House are among the city’s modern wealth. Prague is also home to the Czech cuisine Kulajda and the Czech Republic National Football Team.
Santorini$22.99 – $38.99
The Cycladic island of Santorini shines 200 km from mainland Greece in the Aegean Sea. Its lime washed cubical houses are iconic of Cycladic architecture of Greece. Its caldera adorned with a sphinx sculpture offers a perfect view of the sunset and the geology favours safe windsurfing. The Catholic Church, Three Bells of Fira, rests directly above the western cliff of the city and is connected to the port by a cable car. Santorini’s volcanic mineral rich soil produces the world’s finest quality cherry tomatoes. Vinsanto or the Santorini wine is best enjoyed with a local delight Spanakopita spinach pie. Its wineries are as beautiful as its sea.