Known as the “City with a Heart” Zagreb has a medieval old town, cobblestone streets, and a look and feel that is very different than other cities in Croatia, thanks in large part to the 18th and 19th century Austro-Hungarian architecture that permeates the landscape.
Pedestrian-friendly and brimming with museums, parks, restaurants, and shops, Zagreb is an excellent choice for a city break.
Sitting pretty in the north of Portugal on the Douro River is Porto. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Porto, with its rich cultural heritage, distinctive architecture and stunning historical center is a must for any discerning traveler.
There is just something about Lisbon. The sun-kissed city set against the Atlantic Ocean just draws you in. Elegant without being pretentious, spread over several hillsides and overlooking the Tagus River, Lisbon is an intoxicating mix of old and new that allows you to feel and see its history.
A recap of the Copenhagen Half Marathon. The city, which has set the standard for urban sustainability, green living and an active lifestyle, is surrounded by water and parks and has thousands of miles of paths and roads dedicated to cyclists and perfect for runners.
“Run all the miles. Drink all the wine.” during Marathon du Médoc in Bordeaux. Runners dressed in costumes drink an obscene amount of wine and feast on a menu of oysters, foie gras, cheese, bread, and sweets all while running a marathon through the famed wine region’s most beautiful vineyards and châteaux.
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