Barcelona's display of architecture is unrivalled, with the likes of La Sagrada Familia and Hospital de Sant Pau striking a chord with tourists and locals alike. With tantalising food (tapas, anyone?) and inviting weather, it’s easy to see why Barcelona is a dream destination.
Berlin’s lure lies in an intriguing blend of new and old. Impressive museums mix with striking architecture and a vibrant nightlife compliments a range of quaint cafes. If you’re seeking variety, Germany’s capital city provides it.
Ireland’s capital has the welcoming charm of a country village, whilst carrying a truly global reputation. The Irish deservedly hold the title of the world’s friendliest people, so whether you’re exploring the countryside or sampling a Guinness, you’ll feel at home in Dublin.
A still-revered musical legacy is just one of the areas that have helped inspire a creative renaissance in Liverpool. Driven by achieving European Capital of Culture status, Liverpool’s reputation as a diverse, welcoming city is one which the locals are rightly proud of.
The beauty of England’s capital city can be found in a diverse population and its pride in internationalism. This, just as much as Big Ben or Buckingham Palace, is what makes it quintessentially British, and yet still a global city.