Where do we start with Berlin? The German city is known for a plethora of reasons. Berlin is the capital of Germany and is also the second most populous city in Europe (behind London).
Labelled as one of the leading global events for the meetings, incentives, conferences, events and business travel industry, IBTM World is hosting its 30th edition this November in Barcelona.
America’s largest port also doubles up to make a remarkable city. New Orleans located in southeastern Louisiana, and occupies both sides of the Mississippi River.
Having hosted WRC (the World Rallying Championships) from 1989 to 2006, Australia is no stranger to the thrills that a Rally Car competition has to offer.
Experience the finest food Hong Kong has to offer in their month-long November Feast. The event offers the best food the city has to offer as well as a variety of demonstrations and talks on the uniqueness of the cuisine.
Formula One first graced Abu Dhabi was held within the first ever Formula 1 Championships back in 2007. It was there that Abu Dhabi was announced as a host of its own Grand Prix.
The climax to the European Tour Race to Dubai, the DP World Tour Championship takes place in the beautiful Dubai – at the Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Cities don’t get more incredible than the Czech capital of Prague. The city is the largest in the country and also the most action-packed.
The capital of Spain, Madrid, appears in most traveller’s bucket lists. The city was founded in the 9th century and is home to over 3m people.