A seaside town is unbelievably young – created in the 1960s by French architect François Spoerry.
Found in the region of the beautiful Algarve, municipality of Lagos lies at the southernmost tip of the country, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
A small but picturesque village on the northern coast of Spain is said to have been established by the Vikings themselves!
After publishing Top 10 Opera Houses in the World our dear readers suggested we checked out the Semperoper as well.
Now buckle up and hear this – it is a 1400 km (870 mi) long walking path!
A so called arm of the famous Jostedalsbreen glacier – the largest one in Europe – Briksdalsbreen is one of the most accessible and stunning parts of this ice wonder.
Since the 17th century the islands were inhabited and used by the whale hunters.
This is truly a very unusual and unique place on Earth! 14 big and 55 small volcanic islands are sprawled across the northern part of the Pacific Ocean between Alaska and Kamchatka.
The lake is found in the southwestern part of the city, which is among the largest towns in the country.
Situated on the coastline of the Costa Brava, the town is a popular seaside resort with a Medieval old town on the top of the hill.
The oldest fishing village in the stunning Lofoten archipelago is small, but unbelievably beautiful.
A remote island in the North Atlantic archipelago is inhabited only by 100 people, living in the four villages scattered around.
This stunning dazzling white chalk headland is a famous feature in the area.
A mountain ridge, which is embedded between the lakes of Gjende and Bessvatnet, creates a wonderful scenery here.
The archipelago is one of the autonomous regions of Portugal, found 1360 km (850 mi) away from the mainland in the Atlantic Ocean.
Numerous historic buildings, representing wonderful Catalan medieval architecture, attract visitors here.
Due to the unspoiled nature and rough landscape the area sometimes is referred to as the “Alaska of Europe”.
Greenland – remote, cold and dark. And also a country that has preserved its incredible nature, wildlife and Inuit culture.
A small town in a „heel“ of the country is famous for the authentic and unique trulli – a hut with a cone-shaped roof.
The road in the Swiss Alps is one of the highest roads in Europe.
The town is found in the Arctic Circle and provides a true winter, with lots of snow and low temperatures.
The most romantic city in the world welcomes those, who want to have a quiet winter holiday.
During the Christmas period Tromso becomes fairy-tale-like beautiful with all those lights and festive mood.
It looks like Italians really know how to live a beautiful and sweet life. Check out these wonderful idyllic villages and small towns.