It looks like Italians really know how to live a beautiful and sweet life. Check out these wonderful idyllic villages and small towns.
The country of snow and ice, where Santa Claus lives, is always a good choice for a winter holiday.
Also known as the capital of the Arctic, Tromso is your next favorite holiday destination. The biggest city in the Northern Norway is the best place to admire the Aurora Borealis.
A strikingly picturesque it is one of the iconic Cinque Terre towns, that also include Manarola and Riomaggiore.
The hub of attraction provides exciting events and welcomes visitors all year round.
Situated in the center of the country, Piodao is known as one of the most picturesque villages in Portugal.
The winding staircase was erected in 2004 by Olafur Eliasson – a Danish-Icelandic artist, who is known for his sculptures and installation art.
The Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations houses an important collection of the Mediterranean civilization.
Found on the western island, Luskentyre beach is one of the most unexpected places in the country.
From mountains to pristine beaches, from ancient buildings to luxurious resorts – there is something for everyone’s taste.
Located in the Llechwedd caverns, the facility provides probably the most exciting bounce experience ever!
Located on the iconic Italian coast, Positano is a picturesque and desirable holiday destination, attracting movies and rock’n’roll stars.
One of the most beautiful churches in the world is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Situated on the Buna river, Vrelo Bune is a unique natural and architectural ensemble.
One of the most famous historic bridges in the world and Europe, the Charles Bridge crosses the Vltava river in the heart of the city.
The impressive library is housed in the Strahov Monastery – a historic building complex in the heart of beautiful Prague.
The Medieval looking bridge certainly pops out in Kromlau and the largest park in Saxony.
The southernmost region in the country has a striking coastline, which is rich with spectacular limestone caves and grottoes.
A picturesque fishing village on the Adriatic Sea has become a popular destination among the tourists.
The striking seaside, found in the southernmost region, is definitely among the most beautiful ones in the country.
The Romanticist castle stands on the top of the hill, approaches the historic city and looks stunning.
The Zillertal valley is a striking place, full of lakes. Schlegeis Alpine Road is 13.3 km long and begins at 1 km above sea level.
The hill is one of the most famous sites in the country. The origins of the tradition to make a pilgrimage and leave a cross are uncertain, however, it is associated with the 1831 Uprising.
Situated on the banks of the Hallstätter lake, the idyllic village has a very long history, that dates back thousands of years.