I love travelling to the old European cities during the winter. Wearing tons of layers to combat the freezing cold, but even though, feeling it in the face. Walking along the streets and mimic with the surroundings. Stopping by in a cafe to warm up and continue exploring. Learning about a very tough history that it seems to have happened a long time ago, but in reality it was quite recently. But there is something special in these cities, that were massively destroyed during the WWII, which I like the most. They have been reborn with a renewed character pushed by the young people. And it's the mixture between the old and the new that makes them so outstanding, in every aspect; the architecture, the food, the music, the means of transport.