The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is the largest arts festival in the world, but what do you do when the curtain is down? We say the show must go on! Here's our tips for cool things to do in Edinburgh beyond the Fringe.
Stockholm’s Rosendal Palace was built in 1827 by architect Fredrik Blom for King Karl XIV Johan. A fine example of Sweden’s Empire, or Johan, style, it served as a (somewhat more) rustic retreat from life at the Royal Palace.
Schwetzingen Castle is a German palace located in Schwetzingen in the state of Baden-Wurttemberg. Known for its huge, gorgeous gardens, as well as for the ornate charm of the castle itself, Schwetzingen Castle was originally created as a summer home for Karl III Philip and Charles Theodore. The castle was built on the grounds of a hunting lodge in the early 18th century.
HEIDELBERG People from all over the world come to Heidelberg everyday to see its famous castle and historic center. About 150,000 people live in this adorable city which is located in the south of Germany. Besides the Fachhochschule Heidelberg (University of Applied Sciences Heidelberg), Hochschule for Jewish Studies (HfJS), and Hochschule for Education, Heidelberg holds Germany’s oldest and very famous Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg.