Discover Gdansk the Industrial City, sometimes referred to by its German name Danzig, a strategic and highly influential port for nearly a thousand years. What was once the stronghold of the Teutonic Knights and an influential city within the Hanseatic League during the Middle Ages has become northern Poland largest city and capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. It gain notoriety in the 70s and 80’s when it became the heart of political upheavals against the communist regime and the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers on the Plac Solidarności visibly commemorate victims of the ancient regime.
Discover Montpellier’s Historical centre, also known as the Écusson district home to over a thousand years of history within its labyrinth of typical medieval streets. It is home to a variety of sights including the Place de la Comédie at its heart, the Cathédrale Saint-Pierre and a variety of Historical Hotels and private mansions. The vast majority of the buildings in this historic centre have medieval roots and were modified between the 16th and the 18th centuries.
Discover Çeşme beach sequence shot one of the most beautiful coasts within the Aegean coast on the extreme western tip of Turkey. Popular holiday destination with celebrities and well known for its luxury resorts, spas and one of Turkey’s most amazing beach.
Discover Alasehir most exclusive Hotel with fantastic facilities, including a lovely garden and restaurant, a beautiful outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, offering a vast array of services.
Discover Montpellier’s unique historical district Street Art where at numerous locations BMX bikes hang from medieval houses.
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Discover Rue du Plan d’Agde one of the most animated streets in the heart of the Écusson, Montpellier historic district. It is filled with a variety of cafes, bars and restaurants including the charming and unique Bouchon St Roch at the corner of the Rue du Petit Saint Jean. The street ends on the beautiful Église Saint Roch and its facing St Roch Trompes l’Oeil mural painting.
Discover Le Bouchon St Roch, a very unique restaurant in the heart of Montpellier Historical Center. Located on the corner of the pedestrian and very vibrant Rue du Plan d’Agde packed with its varieties of bars and restaurants and the rue du Petit St Jean, only a stone’s throw away from the beautiful St Roch church. This remarkable restaurant is well known for its indoor French decorations, very friendly staff and its large terrace at the front.