With London not being a city at all, but rather a collection of villages that have become mushed together, one of the best ways of exploring the areas beyond the circle line is to jump on any bus at random on a Sunday and just see where it takes you.
With approximately 800.000 inhabitants it is the largest city of the Netherlands. Due to its multinational history, Amsterdam is said to be home to people of 180 nationalities. Many of these have left an influence on the area.
Paris has everything you could ever want: wonderful food (from a humble satisfying delicious $3 limon sucré crêpe bought from a street vendor to a $400 meal at one of the hallowed gastronomic temples such as Taillevent), great little charming budget hotels, secret nooks & crannies, green pockets of interesting squares/parcs/places, the hidden courtyards, the rumored underground passageways, the hidden off-limit paths of the Catacombs.
A city of celebration and culture where the sun shines almost 300 days a year, Seville is the perfect destination for a weekend or a week. Nestled along the Guadalquivir River, which connects it to the Atlantic Ocean 43 miles away, the capital of Andalusia offers a wonderful architectural mix, the result of the successive migrations of the Greeks, Phoenicians, Arabs and Christians
Epicentre of the dolce vita, Rome is a peaceful and modern capital that can be discovered in several days, even in several trips. An open-air museum that can be explored by strolling through its narrow streets on the lookout for a fountain, a Madonna or a church, which are always exceptional
Several million tourists come every year to discover its wonders. Florence is the cradle of the Italian Renaissance that shone all over the world. The capital of Tuscany is an exceptional tourist destination and particularly appreciated by lovers of art and architecture.
Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is at the forefront of design and new technologies
Athens, the capital of the country, was already the beating heart of ancient Greece.