Destinations Greeters welcome you

Destinations Greeters are volunteers who are passionate about sharing their love for their city with visitors from around the world. A Greeter will welcome you and take you on a 2-4 hours walk in the city free-of-charge, showing you places, neighborhoods, and off-the-beaten-track spots. You will see the city through the eyes of a local while hearing personal stories, anecdotes, cultural aspects, and experience the city in its authenticity. Read more …

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Boksburg

Boksburg

Founded in 1887 following the discovery of gold, Boksburg was named in honor of W. Eduard Bok, the State Secretary of the South African Republic. Known for its rich mining history, Boksburg has evolved into a significant gold-producing town on the Witwatersrand, showcasing a blend of cultural heritage and contemporary charm.

Dar es Salaam

Dar es Salaam

Dar es Salaam, located on the eastern coast of Tanzania is a dynamic and energetic cit with a vibrant mix of cultures, bustling markets, and beautiful beaches along the Indian Ocean. Dar es Salaam offers a dynamic urban experience a thriving arts scene, historical landmarks, and delicious local cuisine.

Shenzhen

Shenzhen

Shenzhen is a city and special economic zone and has been ranked second on the list of ‘top 10 cities to visit in 2019’ by Lonely Planet. Shenzhen has numerous tourist destinations, ranging from recreational areas such as theme parks and public parks to tall buildings. The proximity to Hong Kong also makes it easier to get here.Follow in the footsteps of volunteers as you explore modern life filled with skyscrapers, taste delicious century-old street food, and walk along the beautiful coast.

Nuremberg

Nuremberg

Nuremberg…. What comes to mind spontaneously… Albrecht Dürer? The Imperial Castle? Or rather bratwurst, gingerbread and the Christkindlesmarkt?
Perhaps you even think of the Germanic National Museum and the Street of Human Rights?
Nuremberg is a beautiful city with a rich history, magnificent art treasures, a lively city center and pretty, tranquil corners. Experience the Franconian metropolis with a Greeter and you’ll love it even more.

Shanghai

Shanghai

Welcome to Shanghai! The biggest city in China,one of the world’s economics center, the mixture of the modernity and tradition. Shanghai represents China’s fast-growing economics and its transformation for past decades. It was once a fishing village from its establishment. During 19th century, Shanghai got reputation from its primary role in transportation with foreign country. Shanghai as always demonstrates inclusive attitude to accept world’s diverse culture to its local tradition.

Dalat

Dalat

Due to the natural advantages of the climate as well as the great creativity of the people, Dalat has famous places that cannot be compared in any place in Vietnam. It’s lake, waterfalls and pine forests are amazing and attract many visitors from all over. If you want to see these beautiful places it’s always better to book your stay in advance to avoid to find everything sold out on holidays.

Bottrop

Bottrop

Welcome to Bottrop
You will be surprised about the city of the northern edge of the Rhine-Ruhr-area.
Immerse yourself in the history of mining, which has shaped the city over the last 200 years. Where collieries and coal dominated the landscape until 2018, you can now see greenery and industrial culture as far as the eye can see. Everything is in a state of flux and very different to how you imagine the Ruhrpott.

Florence

Florence

Florence is Italy’s third-largest city and the birthplace of the Renaissance. It has six major cathedrals, the Uffizi Gallery and the Gallery of the Academy of Florence, home to Michelangelo’s David as well as the famous Ponte Vecchio. Every sightline in the city is a gateway to the rich history and beauty of this city.

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Ferrara

Ferrara

Ferrara is one of the main cities of the Italian Renaissance. With its Castle, the intrigues of the palace, the characteristic cobbled streets, the Jewis Ghetto tells of the close link between the Po and its inhabitants in a refined environment with the attention to detail by the Dukes of the Este family.

Rome

Rome

Once it ruled the Western World, and even the partial, scattered ruins of that awesome empire, of which Rome was the capital, are today among the most overpowering sights on earth. To walk the Roman Forum, to view the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Appian Way—these are among the most memorable, instructive, and illuminating experiences in all of travel. ThenTake the time to get away from the crowds to explore the intimate piazzas and lesser basilicas in the back streets of Trastevere and the centro storico. Indulge in eno-gastronomic pursuits at coffee bars, trattorias, enotecas and gelaterias.

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Guangzhou

Guangzhou

Guangzhou, a modern metropolis in southern China, is renowned for its rich history, cultural heritage, and vibrant atmosphere. Visitors can indulge in authentic Cantonese cuisine, explore iconic landmarks like the Guangzhou Tower, and immerse themselves in the blend of old and new at historical attractions such as the Chen Clan Ancestral Hall and Yuexiu Park. The locals’ warmth and eagerness to share their culture make it easy for travelers to immerse themselves in Guangzhou’s daily life.

Ankara

Ankara

Welcome to Ankara.
Here is, Anatolia. You can find the traces of the Anatolian Civilisiations. And also traces of the Turkish Republic. Please enjoy it.

Ouagadougou

Ouagadougou

Ouagadougou is the political capital of Burkina Faso, founded in the 11th century by the Nyonyonsés. Its current population is estimated to exceed 22 million by 2022. Ouagadougou is located roughly in the center of the country, in the province of Kadiogo, in the middle of an intertropical zone with a tropical savannah climate, with two seasons: the dry season and the rainy season.
Ouagadougou’s inhabitants are known as Ouagalais.

Bath

Bath

Bath is built on seven hills, like Rome, and is named after the hot springs that attracted the Romans during the 1st century. Legend has it that the mineral waters cured Bladud, the father of King Lear, of leprosy. Its historical importance is underlined by the size of the Abbey where Edgar the Peaceful was crowned King of all England in 973 AD. The Georgians came here for the marriage market and left the iconic architecture for which the city was awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO.

Dhaka

Dhaka

Built on the northern bank of the Buriganga River, Dhaka is a city that has witnessed many historical events, impressive architecture, and hundreds of years of British history. The city is Bangladesh’s capital and the largest city and serves as Bangladesh’s political, economic, and cultural hub. It is home to numerous government offices, educational institutions, corporate headquarters, and cultural landmarks. It is located in the central part of the country.

Trieste

Trieste

Amazing Trieste! With its cosmopolitan atmosphere, Trieste offers a unique glimpse into Europe’s history and diversity. Whether you’re a history enthusiast, a nature lover, or a foodie, Trieste promises an unforgettable experience. From Roman to Habsburg era, the history runs through the whole city. Stroll with us through the narrow streets of the Old Town and discover elegant piazzas and historical coffeehouses.

Xian

Xian

The pearl of Chinese history, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda. I touched the history of thousands of years ago with my own hands. I stepped on the wooden stairs inside the tower and ascended step by step, the sun shining on my face at the top of the tower and the wind blowing my hair. Looking down on the whole Chang’an, I couldn’t help but think of Du Fu’s majestic words of praise, “The high standard spans the sky, and the gale is endless”. When the monk Xuanzang brought back all the Buddhist scriptur.

Taipei

Taipei

Let’s unveil Taipei’s enchantment together! Embark on an unforgettable journey to Taipei, a city filled with hidden treasures waiting for you to discover! Explore the mesmerizing alleys of 九份Jiufen, where rich history and breathtaking scenery come alive. Delight your taste buds at the Night Market, indulging in Taiwan’s famous street food. Taipei’s wonder and magic will captivate your senses, leaving you with cherished memories to treasure forever!

Villefranche

Villefranche

Villefranche sur Saône capital of the Beaujolais wineyard region is a medieval city founded in 1140. Villefranche has an outstanding architectural, gastronomic, historical and cultural heritage. Its inhabitants, the Caladois, will be delighted to help you discover or rediscover its secrets and hidden treasures, in a festive conviviality that has made the Beaujolais spirit famous!

Kampala

Kampala

Welcome to Kampala Greeters! Our dedicated volunteers are excited to share their love for our city with visitors like you. Discover hidden gems, explore local neighbourhoods, and venture off the beaten path to uncover the authentic soul of Uganda. Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of our culture as you hear personal stories, anecdotes, and gain insights into our traditions. This unforgettable experience will leave you with a deeper appreciation for our diverse and fascinating city.

Toronto

Toronto

Toronto, Ontario is a dynamic and diverse city filled with treasures like St. Lawrence Market’s gastronomic delights, The Distillery’s charming Victorian architecture, CN Tower’s breathtaking views, Toronto Islands’ tranquil escape, world-class museums igniting curiosity, and Kensington Market’s eclectic blend of cultures. A vibrant tapestry of experiences awaits.

Middelkerke

Middelkerke

Discover Middelkerke as a vibrant seaside resort where it is delightful to stay for young families with children, but also for seniors who prefer a peaceful vacation. The kilometers-long sandy beach with its characteristic beach houses is a place for endless fun, but also the perfect spot to relax and unwind. Those who enjoy cycling or walking will find plenty of inspiration for short or long trips in the vast hinterland.

Morlaix

Morlaix

The Bay of Morlaix is located in northern Finistère, in Brittany. From the crests of the Monts d’Arrée to the beaches and coastal paths, this territory steeped in history, where the lights play with the seasons, is labeled “Land of art and history”.
The old Celtic culture is pretty well preserved here. People are strong characters, they have been peasants or fishermen for centuries. The land is poor on granite bedrock, the sea is dangerous. You’ll still feel this in your greeters heart.

Royan

Royan

From the Atlantic Ocean to the Gironde estuary, passing through the Seudre marshes, from the countryside to the sandy conches, from the forests to the wild shores, from the marshes to the vineyards, from the dunes to the cliffs, Royan and its surroundings is full of natural spaces and contrasts. To each his own pace and pleasure, the territory is a playground for cyclists, hikers, horse riders, water sports enthusiasts…or simply walkers. Take the time to take time with a Greeter!

Pays d’Iroise

Pays d’Iroise

In the country of Iroise, we are above all passionate about our territory. While mass tourism disfigures too many sites, we are aware of its authenticity. We only want to share this preserved, still somewhat secret, with all those who wish to discover or rediscover it, in its historical and unusual aspects. We are six Greeters in the Pays d’Iroise, sharing this spirit of welcome and sharing. Each has its own personality and interests, but all are complementary. We are just waiting for your visit

Bamenda

Bamenda

Bamenda is a cosmopolitan and culturally diverse city. located in the North West Region of Cameroon, Bamenda is a home for exceptional varieties of cuisine, natural landscape, crowded markets, historic monuments, soothing climate, sublime and breath taking views and warm hearted inhabitants.
The Old Town, The Commercial Avenue, The Nkwen & Bamenda main markets, The Saint Joseph Cathedral is just a few of her beauties , waiting for you
discover Bamenda on a free private walking jaunt .

Koksijde

Koksijde

Since ancient times, our seaside village breathes on the rhythm of the sea. Its history has been beautiful, eventful and numerous testimonies are still present for all to experience in a splendid setting. On a lighter note, let not only water sports tempt you but also the 19 holes golf court. Or try all different recipes with North Sea shrimps, the caviar of the sea and enjoy the local fine wining and dining. Your Greeter will point out all the mouth-watering possibilities. Isn’t that tempting?

Saint Gervais – Mont Blanc

Saint Gervais – Mont Blanc

Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc is above all about Well-Living in the mountains throughout the 4 seasons! Village of Haute-Savoie, nestled at the foot of Mont-Blanc, rich in its past and looking to the future in respect of its natural heritage and its history, you will experience all the Alpine Emotions there with its inhabitants, proud and happy to share the benefits and wonders of their territory! Among them the Greeters accompany you for a meeting and discoveries.

Coburg

Coburg

Coburg is a Franconian city with 41,000 inhabitants in northern Bavaria. It has an exceptionally well-preserved old town with one of the most beautiful market squares in Germany. Above it, on a hill, is enthroned the Veste Coburg, one of the largest castle complexes in Germany, where Martin Luther stayed in 1530. The idyllic courtyard garden connects the Veste with the palace square, which is adjacent to the Ehrenburg Palace and the State Theater.

Aarshot

Aarshot

The greeters from Aarschot welcome you!
One of them gladly takes you round town. You want to see the city or is nature your place to be?
Looking for he hidden gem’s of our town? Be it nature, cultural or historically oriented: you’re welcome.
Our greeters are very passionate about what they do and one of them would be happy to take you round town.
They will help you to explore hidden neighbourhoods and introduce you our town in a cultural, historic and architectural or in a way they know the city at its best. Every greeter has his/her own and specific itinerary and related stories

Pentone

Pentone

Pentone (Pentùni or Pentòni in calabrese) is an Italian town in the province of Catanzaro in Calabria. It is located at 648 meters above sea level on the southern slopes of Sila Piccola.
From our Town the sea and the mountains are easily reached with less than 30 minutes.
The territory, purely agricultural, is characterized by the presence of typical Mediterranean flora and fauna.

Kathmandu

Kathmandu

Kathmandu; the capital of Nepal, the Gateway to the Himalayas including the top of the World Mt Everest (8848.86m from sea level), the city of Temples and Stupas, the center of Nepal’s history, art, culture & economy; the land of brave Gurkhas & Birthplace of Lord Buddha welcomes you through Kathmandu. Also home to UNESCO worlds heritage sites such as 3 Durbar Squares, Swayambhunath, Boudhanath, Pashupatinath & Changunarayan.
City of peace lovers, sprituallity seeker, trekkers & mountaineers.

Bremerhaven

Bremerhaven

Do not expect guided tours of the city, we show places off the tourist routes that have our heart, such as the Goethequartier with its Gründerzeit houses and its lively residents. We have listed buildings from the 50s and 60s. We can walk for hours along the dike and enjoy the lively life on it and the interaction of water, mudflats and light. Exciting are the remains of the shipyards.

Zanzibar

Zanzibar

Zanzibar is part of United Republic of Tanzania ,The Islands are the setuated of the cost of Indian ocean with 50 Islands mixed cultures blended with other culture mainly Persian, Arabic, Indian and Africa

Delhi

Delhi

Explore Delhi the city of charm, nostalgia, and history and culture of an ancient civilization. The ruins of Old Fort known as Purana Kila, Tughlakabad Fort to Qutub Minar the tallest Tower of Delhi to Red Fort from where Mughals ruled India for a long time. The Cathedrals of Delhi in Kashmiri Gate and at Gole Market are a treat to watch built by British in Victoria style brings nostalgia of British Raj. Delhi is a multicultural city with Art Galleries and centre of Art and Drama.

Innsbruck

Innsbruck

Tyrol claims to be the “heart of the Alps”. And Innsbruck is right in the middle of it. That location is what makes this city so special. There are sights to visit, of course, like the “golden roof”, the “black men’s church” or the ski jump – the most outstanding feature, however, is that breathtaking view of a downtown with a 2.000 m high stone wall behind it (called mountains).

Sanary sur Mer

Sanary sur Mer

Sanary-sur-Mer welcomes you in summer and winter, with sweetness of life: a Provençal tradition!
Come and discover an authentic fishing port, located in the heart of Provence between Marseille and Toulon.
Stroll through its alleys and pedestrian streets and discover its charms: mosaic of coloured facades bathed in the sun, warmth and welcome of local traders, squares shaded out of time and refreshed from the water of their fountain… You will never forget Sanary in Provence !

Saint Brevin les Pins

Saint Brevin les Pins

Saint-Brevin-les-Pins enjoys an exceptional location on the southern bank of the Loire estuary: a seaside resort combining both the discreet charm of a beautiful river and the seduction of the ocean’s movement.
Its environment is remarkable: wooded dunes, forests along the coastline between maritime pines and holm oaks, and the banks of the Loire punctuated with fisheries. Its preserved coastal paths are very popular and the developed paths are suitable for hiking, cycling and horseback riding.

Seoul

Seoul

As the biggest city in Korea with 10mil. people, Seoul has been Korea’s capital city for six centuries since the beginning of the Joseon Dynasty. The city boasts an exquisite natural environment, with the Hangang River crossing through its center and beautiful mountains stretching out in all directions, including Namsan, Bugaksan and Bukhansan. A long-time political, economic, social and cultural center of Korea, Come and enjoy the dynamic city of Seoul! The City never sleeps!

Lübeck

Lübeck

Lübeck, the former capital of the Hanseatic League, famous for its brick Gothic buildings, invites you to stroll through snickel- and passageways. We show the guests the city – but not necessarily the tourist highlights such as the prominent „Holsten Tor“.
What many people don’t know: the seaside resort of Travemünde is also a district of the Hanseatic city. There’s a lot to discover. Let yourself be surprised!

Iringa

Iringa

Welcome to Iringa Tanzania! Prepare your self to discover most beautful destination in Tanzania , including the ancient Isimila Stone Age Site, Gangilonga mountains, Ruaha National Park, Udzungwa National Park, Mkwawa museam and alot of beautfull waterfalls.

Pordenone

Pordenone

Pordenone and its surroundings in Friuli offer, among others, the medieval old towns of Pordenone, San Vito al Tagliamento and Sacile, but also the Noncello River Park or the places and squares of Casarsa, where Pier Paolo Pasolini spent part of his youth and where his tomb is. For sporty guests there are also easy walks in the greenery. Culinary guests will be spoiled with a glass of wine and the famous San Daniele raw ham.

Grand Popo

Grand Popo

This picturesque colonial city is located in the south of Benin, and has several attractive islands whose discovery savours the passion of travel. With its extraordinary landscapes and a favourable environment thanks to its local hotels and restaurants, Grand-Popo always meets the expectations of tourists. The population of Grand-Popo offers socio-cultural activities of leisure and reflection, all around the culinary art.

Catania

Catania

Catania is an ancient port city on the east coast of Sicily. It is located at the foot of Etna, an active volcano with paths that reach its summit. The large central square of the city, Piazza del Duomo, is characterized by the picturesque statue of the Elephant Fountain and the richly decorated Cathedral. In the southwestern corner of the square, La Pescheria, the daily fish market, is a roaring spectacle surrounded by restaurants serving fish. Catania was founded in the 8th century BC by Greek

Stuttgart

Stuttgart

Stuttgart, the capital of Baden-Wuerttemberg, has a population of around 600 000 and offers its citizens a high quality of life. A city with hills, vineyards, an abundance of forests and over 300 “Stäffele” (stairway constructions) – Home of Mercedes, Bosch and Porsche. It hosts the world’s first TV tower and also the second largest mineral water deposits in Europe. Furthermore, Stuttgart is known worldwide for its ballet, its opera and theater.

Ravenna

Ravenna

Ancient capital of the Western Roman Empire of the fifth and sixth centuries, Ravenna has inherited the splendor of a capital from its past and has been able to preserve them in optimal conditions. Its Byzantine mosaics are famous and eight of its monuments have been declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. and there aren’t many cities that can boast eight Unesco sites!

Nis

Nis

Nis lies on the river Nisava, with about 300 000 inhabitants and is surrounded by three majestic mountain ranges. Due to its specific geographical position through history got known as the ”Gateway between East and West”. In the Middle Ages it was known as “Constantinople road”, today is a city in economic re-emerging with a number of tourist resources, and can provide much, from historical monuments, peace of nature and numerous opportunities for extreme sports, through beautiful architecture and entertainment at many festivals.

Mexico City

Mexico City

Mexico City is a surreal place where the past and the present converge in an urban mosaic of lively streets and unique architecture. Where the picturesque and green canals of Xochimilcos merge with the majestic elegance of the Chapultepec Castle.
It is a sea of flavors and stories, whose swaying is guarded by two beautiful and venerable volcanoes, whose beauty has inspired the best verses since Aztec times.

Augsburg

Augsburg

Augsburg is one of the oldest towns in Germany and site of UNESCO World Heritage. With a Greeter you can take a walk through 20 centuries: follow in the footsteps of the Romans, visit the middle age craftsmen quarters and Renaissance buildings or explore the routes of our „historical water management“ with its canals, bridges and fountains. You can relax in parcs, churchyards or at the riverbanks. Last but not least: enjoy a typical „beergarden“!

Saint-Nazaire

Saint-Nazaire

To visit us in Saint-Nazaire is to embark on an unexpected journey, to explore a ‎territory with a thousand facets. According to your desires, our greeters invite you ‎to discover the singular adventure of a city that bears witness to the 20th century, ‎the softness of its coasts with beaches and unsuspected creeks, the industrial ‎power of its unique port in France, the calm of the vast Brière marshes…‎

Roubaix

Roubaix

Passionate and volunteers, our Greeters all take part in the life of Roubaix, a city with a rich industrial past. The city of “1000 chimneys” which is constantly transforming, creating and reinventing itself. Our lovers of Roubaix know every nook and cranny of it. They will tell you the lives of yesterday, today and tomorrow. They will take you on walks full of surprises, where artists’ studios or urban art spots invite themselves into the heart of rehabilitated industrial buildings.

Lézardrieux

Lézardrieux

The Peninsula Greeters will be glad to share their « way of life « during your encountering.
Take a break while you travel and be curious: Blue, green, the sea and the countryside play all year around with the special light of the estuaries to offer a changing scenery. Greeters know the nicest spots!
And what about going with them, fishing, hiking, listening about local legends, tasting local food and breton gastronomy ?
It’s all there: at the «Presqu’île de Lezardrieux«!

Bologna

Bologna

We’d be happy to show you around BOLOGNA, our medieval gem that is best known for its old University, mouthwatering cuisine (if you want to experience the joys of good food then Bologna is the place to be), and welcoming atmosphere. Experience a stroll with us in the city center, the unmissable beating heart. Let’s discover its symbols (the Two Towers, Piazza Maggiore), along hidden places off the beaten track, and get lost under the endless porticos, which stretch along the city for miles and miles.

Montréal

Montréal

Montreal, bordered by the St-Lawrence river, is a French speaking city but also bilingual and ‎multilingual. It is made up of multiple cultural quarters and known especially for welcoming ‎it’s visitors. The city has exceptional public transportation: metro, bus, Uber and BIXI ‎‎(bicycle rentals) as well as an impressive network of bike paths. Come see Mont Royal ‎dominating the city, the Olympic stadium, parc Jean-Drapeau and La Ronde on Ile Ste-‎Hélène. Museums and theatres, pubs and cafés, the architecture of New France in Old ‎Montreal and enjoy Montreal’s great restaurants.‎

Antwerp

Antwerp

Antwerp is a little-known jewel of Belgium with a beautiful historic city center; a unique cathedral ‎and important museums. Stroll in the pedestrian zone of our city center and enjoy a diverse range ‎of shops, bars and restaurants. Or hop on and off with a bike that you can take everywhere.‎

Sydney

Sydney

Sparkling Sydney with its spectacular harbour grew from one of the world’s oldest indigenous ‎cultures. Now an exciting, culturally diverse city it combines vibrant green spaces alongside colonial ‎architecture and award-winning contemporary design to house some of the best restaurants, bars, ‎cafes and shopping in Australia. Set amongst nature’s gems, pristine sandy beaches and forest walks ‎are only ferry ride away. Sydney offers much more than its world-renowned Opera House and ‎Harbour Bridge.‎

Volgograd

Volgograd

Founded in 1589 as a fortress, Volgograd (then Tsaritsyn) gradually grew into an important river-port. ‎Stalingrad (renamed in 1925) was a fast growing urban centre when the World War II began. One of the ‎longest and deadliest battles in the history of the warfare raged here in 1942-1943. Quickly rebuilt and ‎revived after the war, it became vibrant again. Now Volgograd is the capital of the region with 1 million ‎residents. It offers many visitor attractions including the famous Mamayev Kurgan. ‎

Ramallah

Ramallah

Have you ever wished to visit a place and instantly feel like a local? Well, come to Ramallah, ‎the Palestinian beacon of hope, culture, economy, a fast-growing cosmopolitan town, with an ‎exquisite arts and gastronomy, open-minded to welcome you to your second home. Enjoy the ‎landmarks: our vibrant city center, museums, art galleries, theatres, parks, booming restaurant ‎scene, and bustling nightlife.‎

Lac-Mégantic

Lac-Mégantic

Lac-Megantic and its region offers abundant nature and mountain hikes through trails for all ‎types of walkers. Its lake offers an expanse of water for bathers, water sports and fishing. Its ‎first international starry sky reserve enlivens the observers seeking to view the universe. ‎Mont –Mégantic National Park welcomes visitors to the Astrolab for the interpretation of ‎astronomy. Nature lovers will be won over by the beauty in which the municipality of Lac-‎Mégantic is immersed.‎

Sokode

Sokode

Sokode is the second-largest city in Togo with a population of around 118 852 inhabitants, it is situated in the centre of the country halfway between the tropical climate of the coast and the dry Sahel climate. Sokode is the capital of the central province and prefecture of Tchaoudjo and the city of the Kotokoli ethnic majority from which it derives its name.

Médéa

Médéa

The history of the Medea region takes its roots in the distant past. During the Roman ‎domination, several cities were built among which Lambdia. The ruins of Rapidum (Djouab) and ‎Thanarusuma (Berrouaghia) attest to this Roman presence. In the Xth century, with the advent ‎of the Fatimids, Ziri chief of the Sanhadjas tribes, founded the kingdom of the Zirides, he built ‎his capital at Achir (near Ain Boucif). And authorized his son Bologhine to create three other ‎cities: Al-Djazair, Miliana and Médéa. ‎

Tallinn

Tallinn

Tallinn is a perfect holiday destination if you want to combine the comforts of the modern world, ‎versatile nightlife and luxurious adventures with rich cultural scenes in the local historical setting. ‎Today’s Tallinn is a compact green capital; an exciting mix of old and new. Tallinn Old Town is one of ‎the best-preserved Hanseatic town centers in the world. Tallinn holds a strange contrast between ‎the diverse depth of its culture, architecture and cuisine, and its modern tourist identity.‎

Adelaide

Adelaide

Adelaide Greeters offers personalised orientation walks of the City, tailored to your interests and available in multiple languages. Our passionate and knowledgeable volunteers will help you discover the City of Adelaide.

Milan

Milan

Milan is a unique elegant city, full of life and ‎culture, modern and ancient. Its churches and ‎museums are rich in masterpieces such as the Da ‎Vinci’s Last Supper. The Duomo, Sforza Castle and ‎the modern buildings such as the Vertical Forest, ‎show the city’s evolution of architecture throughout ‎the centuries. Milan is the global capital of fashion ‎and design and its divine cuisine will amaze ‎anyone. Its university life, its nightlife with ‎theatres, pubs and clubs are vibrant and dynamic.‎

Accra

Accra

Accra was founded by the Ga people (Ga-Adangbe, an ethnic group from the Greater Accra Plains) in the late 1400s, later it became a center for trade with the Portuguese, who built a fort in the town. In the 17th century it was the site of three European trading fortresses, which were all in British hands by 1871. Accra became the capital of the British colony of the Gold Coast in 1876 and was made capital of independent Ghana in 1957. Accra has the best infrastructure, and with a stable economy

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

Known as the city that never sleeps, Tel Aviv is a popular tourist destination. It is renowned for its 24-‎hour culture, historical sights, Mediterranean beaches, bars, restaurants, cafés, parks, shopping, and ‎quaint neighborhoods. In 2003 UNESCO declared The White City – the unique urban and historical ‎fabric of Tel Aviv – as a World Cultural Heritage due to the architectural qualities of the city’s buildings ‎and streets. Tel Aviv emerges as the perfect mix of contemporary and classic.‎

Aisne

Aisne

L’Aisne is just one hour north-east of Paris, on the road to Brussels. In ‎addition to its rich natural environment, it has one of the biggest and most ‎important cultural heritages in France, and warm and welcoming ‎residents. Our Greeters deploy treasures of imagination to make your ‎journey unforgettable: walks in costume or in song, treasure hunts or ‎flower pressing are just some of their ideas. In short, there is something for ‎everyone! Our Greeters look forward to meet you and show you round!‎

Amiens

Amiens

Amiens and Amiènois conceal hidden treasures. One of the locals is ‎waiting for you as a friend for a stroll. He/she will make you discover the ‎city and will reveal the gourmet specialties and where to taste them. You ‎will be pleasantly surprised by this quiet city which is worth the detour and ‎deserves the return! As Jules Verne wrote to one of his friends: “On the ‎desire of my wife, I settle in Amiens, a wise city, policed in the same ‎mood”. Sign Up for a Greet!‎

Angers

Angers

Fancy discovering Angers with a local ? Greeters are happy to show you ‎the city the way they see it. The association Angers Loire Greeters gathers ‎inhabitants, enthusiastic volunteers, who love their city and are keen on ‎giving some of their time to show it, as if they were with friends. They are ‎no tour guides, only passionate people willing to share their knowledge ‎and points of view. By foot, bicycle or tramway, and anyway they can!‎

Annecy

Annecy

Let yourself be surprised by discovering Annecy with a resident of this ‎magnificent city. The Greeters of Lake Annecy welcome you and offer you ‎many walks: A tour of the lakeside, a discovery of the old town, an ‎industrial history of the city and other unusual activities to enjoy Annecy: ‎jogging, photography, gastronomy?. The Annecy greeters are ready to ‎welcome you. Feel free to book your trip today.‎

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