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Brussels

Thousands of foreigners, working for EU, NATO and other multinational institutions, created in Brussels a unique atmosphere in which cultures interact easily with one another.

Athens

Athens is one of the cities with the longest and the most glorious history in the world. It is the city where democracy was born and most of the wise men of ancient times.

Barcelona

Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia - was founded as a Roman city. Nowaday it is famous mainly thanks to wide range of unique buildings of architectural genius Antoni Gaudi (1852-1926).

Vienna

Vienna is a city of balls, Waltz, home of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and Johann Strauss, but it is also synonymous with gourmet cuisine, Wiener Schnitzel, Sacher cake and delicious coffee....

Rome

An international worldwide political and cultural centre, Rome, is the only city in the world to host an entire foreign state within its confines, the enclave of the Vatican City.

Frankfurt

The dynamic Frankfurt am Main, the beating heart of Germany´s financial sector, has an impressive skyline with eye-catching skyscrapers, earning the nickname Mainhattan.

Madrid

A key attraction of Madrid, the Spain´s Capital and home of Spanish Royal family, is an exciting atmosphere of its lively nightlife, flamengo and corrida halls.

Dublin

Dublin, the vibrant Ireland´s capital, famous for its cultural heritage, is steeped in rich history, starting with the Vikings laying its first streets.

Munich

Although Munich is a cosmopolitan, prosperous city, Müncheners revel in their folklore and age-old traditions. Lederhosen-wearing men exist side by side with sleek BMWs...

Geneva

Situated at the lake between the Alps and the mountain range called Jura, the French-speaking city Geneva has one of the Europe´s most beautiful sceneries.

Oslo

Surrounded by woods, lakes and 40 islands in the fjord, Oslo is the oldest of the Scandinavian capitals. Its history goes back 1000 years.

London

London has been called a ‘world in one city’ and that’s not just empty rhetoric. Noisy, vibrant and truly multicultural, London is a megalopolis of people, ideas and energy.

Budapest

Often called the "Pearl of the Danube", Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is well-known for its natural thermal baths, world-class music scene as well as a pulsating nightlife.

Moscow

Moscow is a city of contrasts - ancient monasteries and ultra-modern skyscrapers stand side by side, neon-lit ads share the skyline with monumental Stalin buildings.

Milan

While not considered as beautiful as some Italian cities, Milan is a prosperous, flourishing cosmopolitan paradise for fashion-lovers; a capital of business, finance, music and football.

Copenhagen

One of the greenest capital cities and history of inventing things like Lego toys, it's no wonder the Danes are officially the happiest people on Earth.

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