Our clients’ most-visited European destinations

  1. Here’s a run-down of our clients’ most popular European business destinations over the past six months, including a couple of unexpected entries.  For advice on travel to these, and other, European cities, please give our friendly team of experienced travel professionals a call on 01625 446277.

 

  1. 1. Dublin, Ireland

Currency: Euro, Population: 1.3million

A few hours spare? Visit Guinness Storehouse for an immersive brand experience and tasting session of the world famous drink.

  1. 2. Vilnius, Lithuania

Currency: Euro, Population: 532,000

Historical fact: Vilnius was lost to Poland in 1920 but regained between 1939-1940.

  1. 3. Paris, France

Currency: Euro, Population: 2.2million

Need an impressive restaurant for business meetings? Visit L’Abeille, a French restaurant with an enviable garden setting and innovative menu at the Shangri-La Hotel.

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  1. 4. Milan, Italy

Currency: Euro, Population: 3.2million

Interesting fact: Every night, from 7 PM to 9 PM, it is time for aperitivo in Milan – the bars and cafes offer huge spreads of food, which everyone can take advantage of after purchasing a beverage.

  1. 5. Amsterdam, Netherlands

Currency: Euro, Population: 1.5million

Need a bite to eat on the go? Grab some Stroopwafel – a delicious waffle snack available at food stands and cafes city-wide.

  1. 6. Geneva, Switzerland

Currency: Swiss Francs, Population: 500,000

Looking for gifts for friends and family? Visit what’s considered by many to be Geneva’s most prestigious chocolate shop, Auer Chocolatier. Established in 1939, it is the city’s oldest chocolatier with a selection of mouth-watering treats to bring home.

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7. Dusseldorf, Germany

Currency: Euro, Population: 624,000

Best restaurant for a business meeting: Visit Günnewig Restaurant Top 180 for 360 degree views of the city at the top of the world’s largest digital clock.

  1. 8. Frankfurt, Germany

Currency: Euro, Population: 770,000

Have a spare couple of hours? Visit  Romer –  this impressive building has served as Frankfurt’s city hall since 1405. It continues to be the seat of the city’s Lord Mayor to this day.

  1. 9. Madrid, Spain

Currency: Euro, Population: 3.2million

Fancy a bit of down time? Madrid is full of green spaces, the biggest being Casa de Campo – a park five times bigger that New York’s Central Park. The park features a large lake, a funfair, the Madrid Zoo, sports facilities and more than a few spaces for concerts and events, including Madrid Arena.

  1. 10. Zurich, Switzerland

Currency: Swiss Francs, Population: 1.9million

Interesting fact: Zurich is considered one of the happiest cities in the world, and has been given the title of the city with best quality of life in the world.

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