Scotland is the country of contrasts. From rough terrain and sharp peaks, mountainous landscapes and unusual rock formations, to dazzling beaches and azure waters.
Want to go on a holiday with your kids in Europe? There are plenty of options!
Check out these beautiful gems, that have preserved architectural wonders from various centuries.
An impressive 13th century citadel posited in the city of Andria is an important landmark in the region and is protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
At the very northern tip of Scotland there is the Orkney archipelago.
The ancient city is found on the shores of the Tyrrhenian Sea and boasts an incredible number of historic buildings.
The third largest island in Europe, although politically divided, Ireland is a truly beautiful country.
Another beautiful town on the iconic Amalfi Coast, Cetara was established by the Saracens in the 9th century, who have built a settlement here after colonizing the area.
Let us introduce a unique boutique hotel in the Cyclades with a contemporary and creative angle.
The capital of Tirol is located in the picturesque Inn Valley.
The boutique hotel in one of the most beautiful islands in Europe is probably best suited for couples on a honeymoon or a romantic vacation.
Whether a resort town or an entire region, Italy boasts some of the best holiday destinations in the world.
The town lies in the picturesque Trenta Valley, surrounded with the Julian Alps and bordering Italy.
Picturesque gorge is also vital to the city’s climate.
Posited above the caldera, luxurious hotel provides classic Cycladic style combined with best service.
Norway is a glorious country, famous for the fjords, insurmountable mountain ranges and adorable Nordic villages.
The mountain range borders two countries and is the highest in the Carpathian Mountains.
The main and most recognizable church in the historic city, has a monumental significance.
The rugged surface and precipitous cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean are located in the northern part of the country.
Known as the Aerium, a former Soviet airfield has recently been transformed to a much more entertaining mission.
Along with Santorini, Mykonos is one of the most desirable holiday destinations in the country.
A seaside town is unbelievably young – created in the 1960s by French architect François Spoerry.
Another Italian small town to fall in love with. Along with neighboring Cinque Terre it is protected by UNESCO and unsurprisingly so.
Found in the region of the beautiful Algarve, municipality of Lagos lies at the southernmost tip of the country, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.