Places to visit in low season

With the lowest prices and the smallest crowds, this month is one of the best for you to enjoy a little vacation and discover some cities that will surprise you.

– The best architecture: Helsinki
The capital of the Baltic is full of the best Scandinavian charm, with a touch of the most exciting Russia. A mix of neo-classical elegance and great modern wonders, make its architecture impressive. Much of the architectural landscape is influenced by one of Finland’s most famous sons, the internationally acclaimed architect Alvar Aalto. Not to be missed: the Lutheran Cathedral (Senate Square), Opera House, Helsinki Rautatieasema Train Station and the so-called "golden onion" dome of Uspenski Cathedral.

– The best food: San Sebastián
Take advantage of the atmosphere that is created around La Concha beach, and taste some of the best food awarded with a Michelin star (the city has 13). A restaurant to enjoy long and hard is Mugaritz. Try Potato Clay Powder and other wonders of "molecular gastronomy." A trip to the city will not be perfect without visiting the home of the father of modern Basque cuisine, Juan Mari Arzak in his restaurant Arzak.

– The best nights out: Belgrade
The capital of Serbia has become the star of the night with the most current clubs from all over Europe. Don’t miss a visit to the incredible Kalemegdan Castle.

– The greatest relaxation: Budapest
Hungarians are the true masters of spa culture. The majestic spas are present throughout the city. Gellert Baths and Spa is a great place to relax. Their prices are a bargain: € 13 for a ticket for the whole day and € 14 for a 30-minute massage.