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MASTERS gives you six cities you can reach within a two-hour flight. Different cultures, beautiful architecture, good food and no long travel time. Delicious. All you have to do is: choose the city, pack your suitcase and of course bring a nice travel partner… Text: Mical Joseph


The largest city on the Côte d'Azur: Nice. The city owes its name to the Greeks who named it after Nikè, the goddess of victory. Nice flourished due to the free international trade declared in the port at the beginning of the 17th century. With a five kilometer long stretch of beach and the famous Promenade des Anglais, the French city is certainly one place to go. You can admire the ocher-colored houses, the narrow streets, the harbor and the Lesage stairs to the beautiful 90-meter high Parc de la Colline du Château with your own eyes when you go to Nice for a weekend.


Relaxed city trip to the Danish capital. Copenhagen is not a huge city that is bursting with sights. You can easily visit nice shops, beautiful museums and visit the tourist attraction Nyhavn. The harbor with its famous colorful houses provides a cheerful street scene where there are plenty of restaurants and bars. Nyhavn is especially nice when the weather is nice must to visit during your city trip.


The English capital has something for everyone. Do you love art and would you like to state of art visiting museums? Then the National Gallery, Victoria and Albert Museum and with Wallace Collection worth a nice visit. Looking for vintage gems? Go to Camden and Hackney for a day. Endless shopping and inspiration? Take a taxi, hackney carriage, to Covent Garden and Shoreditch. Just before departure, visit Big Ben and Tower Bridge. And, well, good food? That can be done anywhere…


The Hungarian city of Budapest is called by many the Paris of Eastern Europe. As soon as you arrive and look around you see history. The refined architecture, impressive churches and ornate bathhouses color Budapest. The city was once world famous for its thermal baths and the Danube bisects the Hungarian capital. Visit the Great Synagogue, Buda Castle and Margaret Island. The many bridges such as the Kettingburg and the Royal Palace on Castle Hill house various museums.


Although it is the most touristy city in Italy, there is still plenty of reason to see Venice with your own eyes. The city exudes romance and rich history. The bridges, the gondoliers, the narrow canals and the mazes of small streets make it a true adventure to stay here. Get inspiration at the Peggy Guggenheim Museum for Modern and Contemporary Art, browse the luxurious fashion stores at St. Mark's Square and enjoy a night out by purchasing a ticket to the famous La Fenice theater.


The beautiful city of Prague is a cool alternative to the standard travel destinations. The historic center of the city is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After the fall of the communist regime in the last century, the city was revived. Prague is also called the Golden City, due to its beautiful architectural and cultural gems. It is the city of a hundred towers and is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Visit the Kafka Museum, (window) shop in the Prague PC, the Pařísžká Trida, and drink a delicious cup of coffee in the Grand Café Orient of the Museum of Cubism in the House of the Black Madonna.