An increase in Chinese travellers to Europe puts off-the-beaten-path destinations, like Verona, Italy and Trier, Germany, on the map of a new Grand Tour.
The city’s famous waterfront, which housed powerful banks and luxury hotels before the 1949 Communist Revolution, is seeing a second life thanks to the 2010 World Expo.
Three inspiring voyages connect the past and present, allowing travellers to experience the lifeblood of Egypt, Brazil and China and feel the pulse of their ancient civilisations.
See the city’s iconic Christmas tree or take a spin on one of the city’s many ice skating rinks, without elbowing your way through the masses.
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In San Juan, murals replace museums
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Each June, music and dance takes over the town
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