12 countries, 3000 kilometres and 43 hours of pure travel time. Do you have what it takes to retrace this epic Eastern European travel bucket list?
Some gems are best left hidden.
Asia is, arguably, the world’s most diverse continent. From Hinduism in Nepal to Shinto and Buddhism in Japan, you can discover the diversity of Asia with cheap flights now connecting its many cities and countries. Visiting some off-the-beaten path places in Asia carries indisputable advantages, such as fewer crowds.
What sticks out about Munich are the often adjoining imperious and laid-back, classical and borderline gritty, in what has long been taken to be the country’s conservative stronghold.
L’Ermitage Hotel Tallinn is a sleek, centrally located hotel with excellent on-site dining, 24/7 reception, buffet breakfast, and a friendly personal touch.
Red wine, white wine, rose, non-alcoholic, sparkling, and the list goes on. Discover finest wines at the best wine festivals in the world.
Fukuoka offers a taste of all everything Japan has to give, from shrines to skyscrapers, fantastic dining, bustling nightlife and world-class shopping.
The hotel offers serenity, luxury and extreme comfort, not to mention some of the best views over the city.
With Vilnius continuously ranking at the tops of “Europe’s cheapest” and “best value” lists and budget airlines establishing a growing number of direct routes connecting it to other European cities, the floodgates are about to open as increasing numbers of tourists.
Shanghai fuses East and West like no other city on Earth: traditional houses with art deco buildings; cathedrals, synagogues and Buddhist temples with the world’s tallest skyscrapers; cheap street food with Michelin-starred cuisine.