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Gdansk

City of Freedom and Solidarity
As the dynamic capital of the Pomorskie Province, Gdańsk offers an enticing contrast of rich history and attractive modernity. Packed with cultural and leisure options, and together with Gdynia and Sopot, forming what's known as the TriCity, this vibrant port city stands proudly beside the Baltic Sea, offering something for everyone and a fair few surprises as well…

Bordeaux

If you have never been to Bordeaux or haven't been there in a while it may sound ridiculous, but it's true. Bordeaux has become a 'mini Paris' – with the bonus of being surrounded by magnificent chateaux where some of the best wines in the world are made. Here you can get a truly genuine feel of French culture, without the crowds and perhaps the premium one pays for the visit to a tourist icon destination like Paris.

Egypt

Few countries grip the imagination quite like Egypt. Just hearing the name conjures images of mighty pharaohs and massive pyramids, sprawling temples and secret tombs, colossal monuments and crowded markets—and cutting through it all, the life-giving Nile River, without which none of these other sights could have existed.

Dordogne

The Dordogne region, in the South West of France, is everything you can imagine of French countryside vacation. The valley is so pretty with patchworks fields of corn and tobacco mixed with walnut groves and oak forests. It seems that on every hilltop are picture-perfect medieval villages and fairy-tale castles. The area is famous for its gourmet delights; paté de foie gras, walnuts and truffles, food so good you won't want to go home.