With hundreds of wonderful cities located all over the world, all with different walks of life and attractions, it can be a challenging task choosing the right city for you to visit. This compilation of my recommendations for cities to visit should help ease your decision and no matter what location you go for, you won’t be disappointed.
Arguably one of Scotland’s most attractive cities, the capital is one of the UK’s most visited destinations. Popular for its well preserved historical buildings and it’s never-ending shopping attractions, you will always have something to keep you entertained.
Edinburgh’s main selling point would have to be the majestic Edinburgh Castle, perched right above the aged city on a rocky promontory so you really can’t miss it. From the castle, it’s very easy to explore other nearby attractions, most notably the royal mile - a long strip that runs through the heart of Edinburgh’s old town, connecting the famous castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, resting in the shadows of Arthur’s Seat.
Catch Edinburgh on a dry spell and it will be a trip to remember, even then, there are plenty activities and attractions to take advantage of if the weather is not to standard.
Get to know Geneva and you’ll begin to learn the endless enjoyable experiences it has to offer. It’s a city buzzing with attractions and filled with live music, vintage shops and markets.
The most traditional scenic part of the city is Geneva’s old town, scattered on a hill around the Cathédral Saint-Pierre and the pretty Place du Bourg-de-Four. It’s home to pretty architecture, numerous cafés and restaurants as well as that if you're the type who loves to shop then it’s well worth a trip to some of Geneva's independent boutiques.
Take a day trip to see the all-famous Jet d’Eau, it’s hardly the leaning tower of Pisa but it’s a beautiful attraction in itself. It’s an enormous water fountain that spouts up to 140m into the air. All-round a great attraction to snap a selfie!
Geneva is a fantastic destination for the winter season too as it is the easiest and cheapest airport to get to the alps. So if you're a ski or snowboarding fanatic then a trip to the alps via Geneva is a great shout.
For all the attractions we recommend choosing well-located comfortable accommodation like Fraser Suites Geneva, a hotel with easy access to all the above.
London - Canary Wharf, England
Quite often when people think of city trips, they think of London, but during their trips they tend not to visit the beautiful area of Canary Wharf. Canary Wharf is a leading financial centre and a tourist destination in its own right.
The complex is home to a whopping ten skyscrapers with a height of more than 160 metres. It is situated around the disused West India Docks, which historically was once one of the world’s busiest docks.
One Canada Square is the heart of Canary Wharf with a 50 storey glass and steel building tipped with a distinctive pyramid roof. The uniquely designed building included a construction cost of £525 million.
Neighbouring One Canada Square is Canada Park Square, a stunning grassed area populated with trees, plants, restaurants and pop up bars. The park is home to many major events during summer.During your trip to Canary Wharf it’s important to be as close to the heart of the city as possible, thanks to Fraser Place Canary Wharf this is possible, their 5-star accommodation is located just a 10 minute walk away from One Canada Square, so you will be truly immersed within the wonderful city.