Affectionately known as 'Little Vienna' due to its provision of a packed performing arts calendar, a visit to Timisoara lands travellers in the cultural heartbeat of Romania.
Must visit: Timisoara Orthodox Cathedral is a Romanian Orthodox cathedral built in a striking Neo-Moldavian style, which proves even more awe-inspiring when the facade illuminates each evening.
Despite spanning an area of just 2,586 sq km, Luxembourg punches well above its geographical stature as the wealthiest nation in Europe. A trip to the capital city however, allows travellers to survey a Unesco-listed region brimming with architectural and natural splendour.
Must visit: Wine lovers can visit Moselle wine country, with famous wineries dotted within a picturesque valley setting ripe for exploration.
Born out of medieval trading, Hamburg now prospers as the second largest city and biggest port in Germany. Whether visiting for the delectable multi-cultural dining scene harbouring freshly caught seafood with every dish, or the renowned electronic-music scene with unique harbourside, there is something for everyone to to savour.
Must visit: Fischmarkt in St Pauli, which has been running since 1703 and still harnesses the same maritime themed vibrancy.
Nicknamed ‘La Ville Rose’ due to the vivid pink-hued brick, France's fourth-largest metropolis is an enchanting destination, with a balmy climate throughout most of the year playing host to a relaxed surround by day and an energetic university city at night with an assortment of plethora of jazz, techno and rock events.
Must visit: Vieux Quartier's alluring churches and shopfronts where hours are lost in its enchanting lure of laid-back cafes and restaurants.
A vital contemporary city in the southern reaches of Morocco, Agadir is situatedly perfectly for a multi-faceted stay, with national parks and golden sands all within easy reach. Travellers looking for a beach getaway are spoilt for choice with the large stretch of secluded beach space along the beachfront promenade, while parallel streets running into the main tourist area filled with pubs and restaurants.
Must visit: The hilltop Kasbah for spectacular panoramic views of the marina and city.
Szczytno is situated in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodship and is the nearest town to Olsztyn Mazury Airport. Many use the region as a tranquil stop on the way to some of Poland's prime city locations such as Warsaw and Gdansk, both of which are within two to three hours drive.
Must visit: The megalithic tombs in Warmia-Masuria allow visitors to discover the Old Prussian settlement.