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No matter what you’re into, you’ll have a lot of fun in New York City. Something exciting happens every day (and every minute) in New York City, and below you’ll find some of the best ways to experience the five boroughs’ energy right now.
New attractions and restaurants, top sports and nightlife events, the hottest shops and seasonal guides—we’ve got everything you need to make the most of this moment in the world’s greatest city.
Get ready to make the most of your stay in the five boroughs!
Merida is a quiet paradise. The peacefulness of the town and the beauty of its streets, make it a place of elegance and contrast amid its colonial houses, Mayan ruins, and architecture. Its food, layered with exquisite gastronomic heritage, will take over your taste buds. The Plaza Mayor is a vibrant meeting place where locals enjoy traditional drinks, such as champola or sorbet..
A small diamond in the heart of Europe : SLOVENIA Summer is here and it’s getting hotter day by day. Find your oasis of freshness in crystal clear waters of green destinations. Treat yourself with something delicious right on the street or in nature.
And take time for your family - take them somewhere nice and make this summer; something to remember: opt for wellness adventures in Slovenian spas, a break on a tourist farm or hiking holidays in Slovenia.
Come breath fresh !
With its particularly rich historical and artistic heritage, Brussels continues to surprise and move visitors from all parts of the world. Famed for its legendary Grand-Place (listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998) and the no less famous Manneken-Pis, who is undeniably part and parcel of Brussels’ cultural heritage, the capital of Europe is also one of the cradles of Surrealism, in which René Magritte is a figurehead, and Art Nouveau. By 1890, Horta, Hankar, Cauchie and Blerot were breaking boundaries to create a total and organic art, deploying its curves and arabesques in magnificent townhouses, furniture, decorative objects, and crockery.