Europe Magazine November 2017

48 HOURS IN EUROPEAN CAPITALS

Riga, Latvia

TABLE OF CONTENT

EXPLORE EUROPEAN CAPITALS IN TWO DAYS Capital cities always have a story; they didn’t get to be capitals because no other city was willing to take it on. Geography often has something to do with the honor; it could proximity to an important trade route, significant river, or an easily defensible elevation that makes a location suitable for the seat of government. That means you’re in for some spectacular urban scenery. On the cultural side, capitals attract power, and whether it’s political, religious or financial, that means funding for the arts, even way back when. Capital cities are often treasure troves of museums, performing arts and fabulous architecture. They also attract foreign visitors, so in addition to local flavor, they sport a very cosmopolitan atmosphere. Don’t let a short visit daunt you! Take advantage of that layover or gap in your itinerary and spend 48 hours in a European capital for a city break that can’t help but be chock full of interest and great memories in the making.

Get Friendly with Warsaw! A mini-break in Latvia

03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26

48 hours in Vienna

Best of Tallinn in 2 days Two days in Brussels? 48 hours lovely in Ljubljana City break in Athens Copenhagen on the run Bucharest highlights Two days in Monaco Montenegro in 2880 minutes Lefkosia, a unique capital Wallonia - Southern Belgium Bern in 48 hours Zagreb revealed

A taste of Madrid Prague in two days

Ireland: a Tale of Two Cities Take an action-packed break 48 hours in 2 German cities

Discover Lisbon 48h in Vilnius

MORE INSPIRATION ON: www.visiteurope.com

On the clock in Belgrade

EUROPE MAGAZINE / NOVEMBER 2017 ISSUE

Made with FlippingBook - Online catalogs