Berlin has an undeniable history. The horrors of World War II, division, reunification, revolution all profoundly impacted the city in the 20th century. Today, visitors will find a sophisticated, high-energy city with endless cultural, architectural and gastronomic attractions.
Roma. The Eternal City. Whatever you call Rome, it stands alone as Italy's most visited destination. The third most populated city in the European Union, Rome boasts ancient sites, yet has a modern flair — an exhilarating mix of the Old World and the new.
World-class restaurants, famous beaches, and iconic landmarks like Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge are just the starting point. Day trips provide even more Australian wonder, from the pristine sands of Palm Beach to the forest walks of the Blue Mountains. And don't miss the Hunter Valley wine region, with over 120 wineries.