We know no borders

QUISMA is an international, multicultural company. Our headquarters are in our home town of Munich, Germany. We also have branches in many other countries, and are working constantly to expand worldwide. Our stated aim is to be a world leader in digital performance marketing permanently.

What sets us apart is that we are consistent from one country to the next: we provide services together and share a common philosophy. And we are always exchanging people and ideas to maintain the same high level of knowhow wherever we are.

At the same time, we recognise local needs and ensure we always tailor our strategies to suit local markets.

QUISMA International

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Munich

launched in 2001

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Düsseldorf

launched in 2007

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Frankfurt

launched in 2007

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-Vienna

launched in 2009

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Zurich

launched in 2009

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Amsterdam

launched in 2009

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Warsaw

launched in 2009

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Milan

launched in 2011

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Madrid

launched in 2011

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Paris

launched in 2012

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London

launched in 2012

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Istanbul

launched in 2012

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Dubai

launched in 2012

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Brussels

launched in 2013

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Stockholm

launched in 2013

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Moscow

launched in 2012

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Prague

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Bratislava

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Munich

 

QUISMA Germany

Rosenheimer Straße 145 D

DE-81671 München

+49 (0)89 442382-0

+49 (0)89 442382-999

info@quisma.com

how to get there

http://goo.gl/AIOYn

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Munich is the state capital of the Free State of Bavaria, and the third largest city in the Federal Republic of Germany, with around 1.4 m residents. The city on the Isar is famous for its many beer gardens and FC Bayern Munich, the most successful football team in Germany. What Munich's residents value above all is the broad range on offer in terms of culture, leisure and shopping and being close to the hills.

"To me, Munich is not just 'laptop and lederhosen', as our Minister President, Edmund Stoiber, put it so nicely, but a bit of fun and cosiness too. So there's something for everyone: whether you're enjoying a snack and a glass of beer with friends on a warm summer evening at the Augustiner Biergarten or dining with the rich and famous and wannabees at Hugo’s Pizzeria of an evening. And, at the end of September, the whole world comes together at the biggest but also the most peaceful party in the world, the Oktoberfest (or 'Wiesn' – 'the meadows' – as the Bavarians say)."
(Johann Hermann, Managing Director QUISMA DACH)

Düsseldorf

 

QUISMA Germany

Derendorfer Allee 4

DE-40476 Düsseldorf

+49 (0)211 17162-7896

+49 (0)211 17162-7105

info@quisma.com

how to get there

http://www.vrr.de/de/fahrten

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Düsseldorf ist die Landeshauptstadt Nordrhein-Westfalens, die ihre wirtschaftliche Stärke vor allem den hier angesiedelten Branchen Werbung, Telekommunikation und Unternehmensberatung verdankt. Knapp 580.000 Einwohner leben in der Stadt, die über ihre Grenzen hinaus unter anderem durch den Karneval, die Einkaufsstraße Kö(nigsallee) oder die Band „Die Toten Hosen“ bekannt ist.

"Zwar bin ich „nur“ gefühlter Düsseldorfer, das aber aus absoluter Überzeugung und mit Leidenschaft. Die Stadt hat so viele spannende Facetten, dass für jeden Geschmack etwas dabei ist. Die weltbekannte Königsallee bietet zahlreiche Einkaufsmöglichkeiten für die besser Betuchten; die Feierwütigen verschlägt es eher in die Altstadt, wo die längste Theke der Welt immer das eine oder andere „Dröppke“ verspricht, das keine Kehle trocken lässt. Hier ist einfach immer etwas los, und das nicht nur an Karneval. Sportlich ist es die letzten Jahre mit der Fortuna auch wieder steil bergauf gegangen, und das freut mich als fußballbegeisterten Anhänger natürlich sehr (95 olé)! Kulinarisch und kulturell gibt es in der Rheinmetropole zudem immer wieder jede Menge zu entdecken, so dass dieser wunderschöne Standort niemals langweilig werden kann und für jeden etwas bereithält."
(von André Dölker, Standortleiter)

Frankfurt

 

QUISMA Germany

Darmstädter Landstraße 112

DE-60598 Frankfurt am Main

+49 (0)69 60905-429

+49 (0)69 60905-310

info@quisma.com

how to get there

http://goo.gl/iBcFA

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Frankfurt am Main, with around 700,000 residents, is known mainly as a banking metropolis. This is where the Deutsche Bundesbank and European Central Bank are based, plus more than 200 financial institutions, a good two-thirds of them from abroad. If you're visiting Frankfurt, you should try the famous apple wine ('Ebbelwoi') which takes 150 kg of apples to make every 100 litres.

"People often associate Frankfurt with the skyline of the financial quarter, which is why it's also known as 'Mainhattan'. Just a few minutes' walk away, though, there are green oases, nineteenth-century and half-timbered buildings and weekly markets. If the architecture is so varied, so is the cuisine, whether it's your classic HessenGrie Soss (green seven herb sauce) or a typical national speciality in one of the many international restaurants. So it's no surprise to find Frankfurt named so often amongst world leaders when it comes to quality of life."
(Pascal Kässmann, Office Manager)

-Vienna

 

QUISMA Austria

Vordere Zollamtsstraße 13

AT-1030 Wien

+43 (0)1 93139-0

info@quisma.com

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Vienna is Federal Capital of Austria, and home to some 1.7 m people. UNESCO has designated Old Vienna as a world cultural heritage site, and other sights include the giant Ferris wheel in the Prater or St. Stephan's Cathedral. Sigmund Freud was once a professor at what is still the oldest University in the German-speaking world today, and was probably often to be seen in one of the highly traditional Vienna coffee houses at the time. From 2009 to 2012, Mercer designated Vienna as the city with the best quality of life in the world.

"Why do I as a true Viennese like living in Vienna so much? What I love so much about the city are the contrasts: culture-seekers are just as much at home as those who just want entertainment. There's a lot to do in sports in Vienna, too; but you can also simply let your soul blossom or meet friends in a Viennese café. Vienna has both, typical Viennese and masses of tourists. You find old buildings standing side by side with modern ones, and as well as the typical city areas, there are many green spaces to relax in. And what really matters to me, and makes the city so likeable, is – for all these contradictions, Vienna is one of the safest cities in the world. Where better to live?"
(Nicola Pohoralek, Country Manager)

Zurich

 

QUISMA Switzerland

Manessestrasse 85

CH-8045 Zürich

+41 (0)44 48791-40

+41 (0)44 48791-41

info@quisma.com

how to get there

http://www.zvv.ch/de/

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Zurich, with 390,000 residents, is the largest city in Switzerland. Between 2001 and 2008, Mercer rated it as the city with the best quality of life in the world seven times in a row; from 2009 to 2012, Zurich was second consistently only to Vienna. This is the city where Johanna Spyri, whose children's classic "Heidi" has been translated into more than fifty languages and was a success worldwide, lived until she died in 1991. Many tourists find Lake Zurich a delight to stroll around, especially in summer.

"What's so beautiful about Zurich as a city is how many facets there are to it. Known on the one hand for being international and for its quality of life, on the other hand easy to find your way around, cosy and typically Swiss. You're really in your element here – in the truest sense of the word."
(Katharina Geldner, Head of Account Management)

Amsterdam

 

QUISMA Netherlands

Karperstraat 10

NL-1075 KZ Amsterdam

+31 (0)20 5757-771

infonl@quisma.com

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Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands. The city has a population of around 800,000, and the same number of bikes. With its many canals, or 'Grachten', Amsterdam is often called the 'Venice of the north'. In the famous coffee shops, you can smoke light cannabis products, but anything containing nicotine is banned. Tulips are just as much a part of Amsterdam as famous paintings by Rembrandt or Van Gogh, which you can admire in different museums.

"I just love living in the Dutch capital. It's a very tolerant place, where everyone is accepted, everyone's equal and everyone's welcome. Strolling through the city, you're simply overwhelmed by the beautiful buildings or the three main canals, which were dug by hand in the 17th century. If you want to move around a bit faster, you go by bike, as the locals do. If it's art or history you’re looking for, there's an enormous range to choose from, including the Van Gogh Museum or Anne Frank's house. And, when it comes to relaxing, there are many parks, like the Vondelpark, for example. And in the evening, you can let yourself be spoiled in the Sternerestaurant or drink a beer and eat a ‘Bitterbal‘ in one of the many pubs. Everything is possible in my city, and that's why I love it."
(Menno Kayser, Trainee)

Warsaw

 

QUISMA Poland

ul. Żaryna 2b (budynek D)

PL-02-593 Warzawa

+48 22 11 33 200

+48 22 11 33 205

infopl@quisma.com

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Warsaw is the Polish capital, with 1.7 m residents, making it the largest city in Poland by far and the cultural, political and commercial centre of the country as well. Warsaw has more skyscrapers than most cities in Europe, and is also the centre of research and development in Poland. Old Warsaw is the oldest part of town, and was made a UNESCO World Heritage Centre in 1980.

"What makes Warsaw so special? Our capital is unique, and varied at the same time. Where else can you find so many contrasts? The city is not too large and not too small and there are many interesting possibilities. One minute you're in the Old Town walking along the Königsstrasse, where Polish kings once rode in their coaches. Then you pass the Palace of Culture and Science – Russia's social realism gift from the Communist era, which you’ll either love or hate. Opinions here are divided. Then it's on to the banks of the Vistula. Here you can enjoy the view of our majestic National Stadium, which was built for the UEFA European Championships in 2012. If you're hungry, you can grab one of our famous pirogi or enjoy a snack at one of the many stylish bistros, which are also worth visiting in the evenings. All this, mixed with Warsaw's enthusiasm and our liberal hospitality are the reasons why you always want to come back here."
(Magdalena Szyszkowska, Account Executive)

Milan

 

QUISMA Italy

Via del Mulino, 4, Milanofiori Nord

IT-20090 Milano

+39 02 321637-1

+39 02 321637-99

infoit@quisma.com

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Milan, with its population of around 1.3 m, is Italy's second largest city. It lies in the valley of the Po, in Italy's centre for business, fashion, design and the media. The sights of Milan include the Cathedral - a masterpiece of Italian Gothic style - La Scala and the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where you can wonder at Leonardo Da Vinci's fresco "The Last Supper". Shopping lovers will find just as much to their taste in the city as football fans, but Milan is the only city ever to have two Champions League winners in its two clubs, AC and Inter.

"Milan is definitely a city with great potential: the Milanese may be workaholics generally, but they also value social contact. The city has grown enormously in commercial terms in the last century: today, it is regarded as one of the main financial markets in Italy. As a world centre of fashion and industrial design, Milan has any number of cultural events, fashion shows, art exhibition openings and parties – every day of the week.The city is well located, so the residents can plan spontaneous days out to the sea, into the mountains or to one of the many lakes, to revitalise themselves and recover from the stress of everyday life. Living in Milan is excellent, not least if you're a football fan, with two of the best teams in Italy right on your doorstep."
(Valentina Carraro, Head of Account Management)

Madrid

 

QUISMA Spain

c/ Norias, 92

Majadahonda - 28221 Madrid

+34 (0)91 73611-46

+34 (0)91 40380-60

infoes@quisma.com

how to get there

http://www.ctm-madrid.es/

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Madrid is capital of Spain, and the third largest city in the European Union, after London and Berlin, with around 3.3m inhabitants. It is also the highest capital in Europe, at 665 m above sea level. Two hundred days of sun a year make this metropolis worth a visit, as do the world-famous Prado or Plaza Mayor, for example. We should mention Madrid's cooking, which is regarded as the melting pot of Spain, which you can enjoy just as much in simple bodegas and tapas bars as you can in speciality and Michelin starred restaurants.

"My Madrid starts at the Plaza del Sol, 'milestone 0', where all roads in Spain start. My Madrid is the Gran Via, with all its businesses, bars and theatres – the place where the City never sleeps. My Madrid is Malasaña district, with its little houses and trendy shops. But my favourite place is the Templo de Debod. This is an old Egyptian temple which was reassembled in Madrid. In 1960, UNESCO started calling the world to save the ancient heritage of Egypt which was threatened by building the Aswan Dam. The Egyptians made us a present of this temple in 1968 as thanks for helping preserve the temple at Abu Simbel. What's special about it? Here you have the BEST view over the city, which is incomparable, especially at sundown."
(Ángel Cánovas, Head of Operations)

Paris

 

QUISMA France

32 Rue Guersant

FR-75017 Paris

+33 (0)1 70395963

infofr@quisma.com

how to get there

http://www.ratp.fr/

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Paris is the capital of France, with around 2.2 m residents.The 'city of l'amour' is also the country's centre of trade and industry, making fashion, perfume, wine, food and luxury goods above all. The Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame and the Louvre are world famous; but the Chateau at Versailles, Père Lachaise Cemetery, the flea markets and Euro Disneyland are also a must for many tourists.

"I love Paris. I travelled a lot when I was a student, and many people I met said Paris is the best city in the world: "Such a romantic city", "The Paris accent is so sweet", "I love Paris“, "A cosmopolitan city in which many nations live together."Some people say we're arrogant or proud sometimes – no idea what they're talking about ;) I was born in Paris, and I always love coming back here after being away for any length of time. At the weekend, I enjoy a multicultural brunch in Montmartre or Saint-Michel Notre-Dame. Paris's culinary reputation is based on the varied origins of its residents – and you'll never be disappointed, whatever you eat. Paris is an international focus of culture and fashion design, and is famous for its great shopping facilities, such as on the Rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré or the Champs Elysées. Something else which is unusual are the many little museums and cinemas. As a sports fan, I go to the football at the Parc des Princes or the Stade de France, and the French Tennis Open is on my to-do list every year."
(Adrien Dedeyan, Performance Marketing Manager)

London

 

QUISMA United Kingdom

26 Red Lion Square

WC1R 4HQ London

+44 (0)207 158 5000

infouk@quisma.com

how to get there

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/

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London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The city is one of the most important cultural, financial and commercial centres of Europe, and hosted the Summer Olympics in 2012. With more than 8.1 m people living in Greater London, London has more inhabitants than any other city in the European Union. They speak 300 languages and there are over 6,000 restaurants. The Globe Shopper City Index calls the city on the Thames the most attractive shopping destination in Europe.

"What do I like about London? It may be a cliché, but you can't shop anywhere else better than here, whether it's in extravagant Harrods, in the vintage shops of Notting Hill, the boutiques in Covent Garden or Europe's largest shopping centre, Westfield. London is so varied, it offers an incomparable cultural scene – nearly 200 museums (many of them free), more than 850 art galleries, plus festivals, sports, fashion and music events ... there's no excuse for being bored. What I like particularly is the wide range of architecture you can see in any neighbourhood, with buildings from different eras standing cheek by jowl, then there's Central London, with new and ever bigger buildings, like Canary Wharf, the Heron Tower and The Shard, or the largest giant wheel in Europe, the London Eye."
(Ellie Edwards-Scott, Managing Director QUISMA UK):

Istanbul

 

QUISMA Turkey

Büyükdere Caddesi No:127 Kat:2
Astoria AVM

34394 Istanbul

+90 (0)212 2707886

infotr@quisma.com

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Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey, with around 13 million people. It is the only metropolis which straddles two continents, in Thrace in Europe and Anatolia in Asia. Old Istanbul is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Bazaars and markets offering carpets, antiques, ceramics and food are a characteristic of the colourful city life, along with attractive parks. Istanbul generates a good third of the country's gross domestic product; the city is also the centre of Turkey's printing and publishing industry.

"Many people call Istanbul a bridge, linking Europe and Asia. I came to study in this city, and it has never let me go since, and for me, it is a bridge between two lifestyles: stressful and laid back. Now as a working married woman with children, pushing through the madness of the traffic every day; and back then, as a relaxed student, drinking tea and listening to music and enjoying the wonderful view of the Bosporus. Istanbul is known for its historic monuments and sights, but also as a major financial centre. With its more than 2,500 years of history, Istanbul is the capital of love and tolerance. And, last but not least, Istanbul is one of the few cities in which the concepts of art and city meet."
(Oya Öneş Yaşayan, Managing Director QUISMA Turkey)

Dubai

 

QUISMA United Arab Emirates

Level 4
MAF Tower
Deira City Centre

Dubai

+971 (0)501890020

infoae@quisma.com

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With around 2 m residents, Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates and the capital of the emirate of Dubai. The skyline of this city on the Arabian Gulf is marked by skyscrapers and the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, at 829 m high. Dubai Creek, a natural sea arm of the Arabian Gulf, divides the city into two halves, Deira in the north and Bur Dubai in the south. Dubai is home to the only seven star hotel in the world, and is considered a real shopping paradise.

"Dubai is a place of unlimited opportunities, a real melting pot of cultural diversity. Whether it's shopping in the souks or short trips to the neighbouring regions – explorers are right at home here. You never have to look for long if there's something you want to experience. There are many things right outside your door, whether it's the world's best restaurants, Arabian shishas, safaris to Bany Yas Island or cultivated beats at the Dubai Jazz Festival. And, if that's all too much, you can dive into the narrow streets of the colourful, lively Bastakiya. And don't worry about eating too much – the Dubai Marathon will get you back in shape each year."
(Newaz Islam, Sales Director MENA)

Brussels

 

QUISMA Belgium

Jules Cockxstraat 8-10

BE-1160 Bruxelles

+32 (0) 2 678 24 80

infobe@quisma.com

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Brussels is the capital of the Kingdom of the Belgians. Around 170,000 people live in the city, which is home to the headquarters of the European Union and NATO as well, attracting many major companies, interest groups and lobbyists. At the heart of Brussels, the 'Pentagon', is the 'Quartier Royale', with its many museums and the Royal Palace. One of the famous landmarks of Brussels is 'Manneken Pis' – a small bronze statue, around 61 cm tall, for which there are no less than 850 different costumes in which the figure is clad to mark a wide range of occasions.

"Many people see Brussels as an international centre of politics. To me, though, Brussels is the centre of gastronomy, with the focus on beer. There are 178 breweries in Belgium as a whole, from international giants to small craft operations ['microbreweries' – trans.]. Strolling through the charming architecture of the city centre, with its many green spaces, soon makes you hungry and thirsty, so tourists take great pleasure in the food and drink here, which makes for a warm, friendly atmosphere. Brussels food is based on French cuisine, it just tastes better, that's all ;-)"

(John Wittesaele, Managing Director QUISMA Belgium)

Stockholm

 

QUISMA Sweden

Birger Jarlsgatan 50

103 77 Stockholm

+46 8 507 575 50

+46 8 507 575 55

infose@quisma.com

how to get there

http://sl.se/

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Stockholm is the capital of the Kingdom of Sweden; with almost 2.1 million inhabitants (Greater Stockholm) it is the largest city in Scandinavia. About 30 percent of the urban area consists of water which is of such excellent quality that it is possible to fish for salmon in the city centre. The metropolitan area stretches across 14 islands which are connected by 57 bridges. Being one of the largest industrial areas of Sweden, Stockholm at the same time the country’s service centre.

"Stockholm is a beautiful and vibrant city. It is a lively place that never seems to stand still. People call it the 'Venice of the North', because it is situated on 14 islands that are connected by 57 bridges. At the city centre you can choose from a variety of entertainment and activities as well as numerous nice restaurants that lure their customers with delicious dishes. It is a place that combines big city flair, 750 years of cultural history, and nature: numerous parks and the proximity to the water invite visitors to take walks. On the island Djurgården there is the open air museum Skansen and the amusement park Gröna Lund. In Stockholm‘s old city centre narrow stone-flagged alleys take you back in history to the Middle Ages. Here you will find the royal palace and the Nobel museum. Visitors of Stockholm should take a boat trip along the island, train their voices at the ABBA museum and visit the Vasa museum, the most visited museum in Scandinavia."

(Vendela Luxenburg, Administrative Coordinator)

Moscow

 

QUISMA Russia

цветной Бульвар 2/2 Tsvetnoy Boulevard

127051 Москва/Moscow

+7 (495) 641-4080

inforu@quisma.com

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Moscow is capital of the Russian Federation, and the largest city in Europe, with around 10.5 m residents. It is also the political and financial centre of the country. The Kremlin complex and Red Square next door are a UNESCO World Heritage sites.The many architectural memorials, historic squares and museums are just as much a part of the city as the river Moskva, on which cruise ships sail all year round. There are around 70 billionaires in Moscow, more than in any other city in the world.

“When I moved here, I learned two things very quickly. First, Moscow is a city of contrasts, and second, exploring these contrasts makes daily life here completely fascinating. Moscow, as the economic, political, and cultural center of such a vast country, is hectic, vibrant, and a little bit crazy. The city is an intriguing melting pot of residents, both permanent and temporary, some of whom who have made their way here to improve their fortunes and whose industry and purpose give the city a forward momentum. But Moscow is also gloriously sprawling, crowded, and sometimes quite unmanageable. 16 lanes of traffic, complicated bureaucratic procedures, and general chaos can make simple tasks a challenge. Combine this with a winter that seems to last for six months, and you would think you would have a recipe for gloom. But Muscovites are tough, and they prevail. And spend a few sparkling summer days wandering Red Square, a clear winter’s evening at the skating rink in Gorky Park, or an active night out at one of the city’s many hotspots, and you’ll surely be saying to yourself (as I constantly do): what a great place!"
(Kazim Tahir-Kheli, Managing Director QUISMA Russia)

Prague

 

QUISMA Czech Republic (H1 - a QUISMA company)

Rozkošného 5

CZ-15000 Praha

+420(2) 272 763 111

+420(2) 272 763 109

infocz@quisma.com

how to get there

http://spojeni.dpp.cz/

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Capital city of the Czech Republic is situated in the heart of Europe on the Vltava RiverWith its history dating back to the 10th century, and plenty to see, it has become a one of the most desirable historical and cultural destinations in Central Europe. Prague offers unforgettable experiences such as visiting the historic Prague Castle, the mysterious Jewish Cemetery or the eccentric Žizkov TV Tower. It’s a city influenced by the fascinating, yet dark shadows of communist regime, but these can be escaped by visiting the more joyful beer gardens with arguably the best lager in the world!

I love Prague, because it feels like living in (at least) ten other cities. Prague has the elegance of Paris with its regular fashion weeks and a miniature copy of an Eiffel Tower at Petřín. It has the kooky hipster feel of New York, with small bistros having recently opened on every corner in Vinohrady or Vršovice and live concerts being a regular occurrence. It has the fast-paced, workaholic ethos of London: people rushing in and out of steel and glass skyscrapers in a hurry to change the world. By contrast, it also has the classically laid-back atmosphere of Budapest. Prague is a city filled with green parks and, unbelievably, the price of beer is below the price of water! Similarly to Moscow, Prague is not giving up its past – from the mausoleum in Vítkov to the traditional, yet embarrassing, socks & sandals combo so favoured by Czech men. Prague shares a love of farmer´s markets and “chlebíček” (a Czech version of smørrebrød) with the city of Copenhagen, and we love our beer, cabbage, dumplings and sausage as much as the citizens of Munich – and preferably in excessive amounts. Come and find out if your city is also reflected in Prague.

(Pavlína Louženská, Marketing Manager)

Bratislava

 

QUISMA Slovakia (H1 - a QUISMA company)

Ružová dolina 8

SK-821 09 Bratislava

+421 911 923 303

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Bratislava is the capital of Slovakia situated on the banks of the Danube River. The city has been influenced by several cultures. In the past the majority of the population was made up of Germans, Hungarians, and Jews, only a small fraction were actually Slovaks. The journey of all these cultures is written on the city´s surface and soul. On old maps, however, you cannot find the name - Bratislava. Until 1919 the city was known as Prešporok . Around Europe, the capital carried many different names. On German maps the city was named Pressburg, in Hungarian it was Pozsony and in Latin it was Posonium. Currently there are almost half a million inhabitants and the city enjoys rapid development with a thriving cultural scene and exciting opportunities.

Bratislava may not be a city you fall in love with at first sight. But when you do, it is the love of a lifetime. The magic of Bratislava enchants those who may not have everything on a platter and prefer the path less travelled. The hidden charms of the city is what intrigues the discerning traveller. Look for The Chatam Sofer Memorial – a mysterious Jewish cemetery. Located underground, the glass panels draw in light to this unique space, creating an ethereal atmosphere.

Nearby is the church St. Martin where Empress Maria Theresa was crowned. And if you don’t get scared by the massive highway, which was built in the communist era, you will find a narrow rococo house which is a watch museum. . Meditate there in peace to revitalise your body and mind to then set on a walk around the historic old town of Bratislava. It is one of the most interesting places in the world with its surprising encounters, tiny undiscovered details and East meets West charisma.

My tips to any new explorer of our city walls – just keep wandering the streets, do not be afraid to get lost. Find a farmer´s market. Enjoy roasted chestnuts or Tokay wine. Charm your lover and take them to see one of the most beautiful views from Slavin - the peak of Bratislava, where you will see across the entire city and the Danube Valley. Just take courage to fall in love with Bratislava.

(Soňa Petruželová – Performance Advertising Director)