T is for Tallinn, Estonia: Though it’s got one of the smallest populations of the EU nations, there’s still plenty to see in this Baltic city. Tour the area’s two well-preserved old towns, Toompea, and, well, Old Town. Estonia is also home to beautiful marshlands, forests, and hiking trails, visit Lahemaa National Park, and talk a walk around.
U is for Utrecht, Netherlands: Utrecht serves as the religious centre of the Netherlands, and home of the Archbishop of Utrecht. It is also the home of the Netherlands largest university (Utrecht University), and has a huge variety of museums for its tourists to choose from.
V is for Vienna, Austria: Though Vienna is Austria’s largest city, things here still move at a relaxed pace. Once you’ve toured the city’s highlights, visit a Viennese café for some of the city’s famous coffee. The city is also home to the Vienna Boys’ Choir, one of the most well-renowned in the world.
W is for Warsaw, Poland: Though it was completely destroyed during WWII, Warsaw is often called the “phoenix city,” because of its rapid rebuilding. See elements of both old and new on a tour of the city.
X is for Xi’an, China: As one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, Xi’an has been home to a rich history of dynasties. Visit the tombs of the Zhou Dynasty, see the hand-sculpted Terracotta Army, or visit one of the six national parks located within the region.
Y is for York, UK: A former walled city, York has played home to a variety of major political events throughout its long history. Hop on a sightseeing tour for guidance within the ancient walls and winding medieval streets.
Z is for Zürich, Switzerland: According to the Mercer Quality of Living survey, Zürich is the top city to visit. Stroll along the Bahnhofstrasse for a look at one of Europe’s most exclusive shopping districts, then pop over to the Zürichberg district for a look at historical Switzerland. Or take to the air in a cable car ride to Felsenegg for an absolutely breathtaking view.