Your Monthly Guide to Europe's Must-Visit Attractions and Unforgettable Team Building Experiences

Published:
February 23, 2024
Milana Martinovic

Milana is the founder and CEO of Onsitehub. She is an expert in team retreats and startup operations. She started her career as an early employee at Airbnb and became the COO of Surf Office before founding her venture, Onsitehub. Now, she is passionate about helping remote teams bond better together through retreats at Onsitehub’s exclusive European destinations. She is a mother of two kids, living by the coast of the Adriatic Sea with her family.

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Imagine embarking on a week-long adventure in Germany for a mix of work and fun in the crisp October air, only to discover that the steins are empty and Oktoberfest has already packed up and gone home. Or picture yourself in the rustic Italian countryside, ready to indulge in a grape harvest experience, only to find the vines are bare and the season just ended.

Well here’s the good news! With 15 years of experience planning unforgettable retreats across Europe for distributed companies, we’ve got quite the list of recommendations to share. We'll be rolling out a series of articles highlighting some of our favorite experiences for each month of the year. Bookmark this page and be sure to refer back as we unveil our favorite attractions and team building experiences across Europe!

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