Berlin is one of the greenest cities in the world. While traveling, you’ll notice that more than half the city is either a park or a river. Berlin has many beautiful attractions like the Berliner Dom, Brandenburg Gate, and Potsdam and Sanssouci Palace. If you're looking for great nightlife, go to the Western Centre of Berlin where you will find many hotels and clubs.
One of the most popular tourist attractions is Schonbrun Palace where you can learn about Vienna’s royal history. To get some local flavor, visit Naschmarkt Vienna, one of the city's legendary outdoor markets. For an elegant night out, attend a performance at the world-renowned State Opera House.
Amsterdam’s famous canals thread the city alongside fascinating historical and ultra-contemporary attractions alike. Take a canal cruise to relax and see some of Amsterdam’s sights. Amsterdam is home to a number of outstanding art museums. The Historisch Museum maps the city’s history through art, the Rijks Museum contains Rembrandt’s stunning work, “The Night Watch,” and the Van Gogh Museum dazzles visitors with its prodigious collection of paintings from various phases of the famed artist’s life. Amsterdam is also known for its cozy coffee shops, so be sure to stop by a few. The fastest way to travel in Amsterdam is by bicycle. Consider renting a bike for the weekend to easily explore the whole city.