The Romanticist castle stands on the top of the hill, approaches the historic city and looks stunning.
The most northerly and largest island in Scotland is famous for its striking landscapes, old castles and natural wonders.
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.
Aurora is called a firefox by the Finns, who used to believe that the lights were a result of a fox causing fire with its tail.
Considered to be the most beautiful canyon in Europe, the Verdon Gorge is 25 kilometers long and 700 meters deep. Part of its beauty comes from the incredible turquoise water of the Verdon River.
Among many architectural treasures in Rome, this castle is less known worldwide. Commissioned by the Roman Emperor Hadrian, the castle, built in 139 AD, served as his mausoleum.
A glacial lake covers a huge area of 146 square km (56 sq mi) and is one of the most famous lakes in the world for its recreational facilities.
The impressive bridge looks like a sunken corridor, as if the water has parted for the pedestrians. It is installed in a 17th century fort – Fort De Roovere.
Fanad juts out into the Atlantic Ocean and offers some amazing landscapes. It also has Blue Flag beach in Ballymastocker Bay, that is often listed as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world by the magazines.
The main water-traffic corridor in Venice stretches through the whole city. It even can be seen from space!
Have you ever dreamed of escaping the big city and spending a weekend in a romantic small village? Where everything is idyllic – from the nature to architecture.
The incredible glass structure was built in 1887 to exhibit exotic flora and fauna. However, in 2006 Korean artist Kimsooja turned this whole Crystal Palace into an art installation, which made the visitors feel like entering a fairy tale.
The old village, mentioned in the Domesday Book (1086), is famous for its stone cottages built in 17th century. Often referred as the most beautiful village in England, Bibury is definitely very charming and very English.
The great attraction has been built on the Aiguille du Midi, next to the tallest peak in Europe – Mont Blanc. In 3842 m (12604 ft) high the glass box attracts adventurers, who are eager to experience the vast landscape to the Alps.
The Karkonosze National Park spreads in the southwestern Poland and borders with Czech Republic. Sniezka is the highest point in the mountains and reaches 1,602 m (5,256 ft) above sea level.
The building is more known as the Dancing House – it indeed looks like in motion! One of its architects has also called it Fred and Ginger.
The salt mine operates since the 13th century. Today it works as a museum rather than produces salt: over 1.2 million tourists visit the site due to its underground attractions.
An ancient town in the province of Perugia fascinates with marvelous architecture, compressed in a rather tiny area. Spello’s Medieval buildings, built on a Roman foundations, determine the dense web of small narrow streets.
Located in the nature reserve in Anina Mountains, the amazing waterfall is indeed a unique one.
Remote 43 km (27 mi) northeast from Madeira, the uninhabited Porto Santo was discovered in early 15th century. Just like Madeira archipelago, Porto Santo is rocky, with sculpted sand waves, beautiful rugged and sandy beaches.
Unofficially known as the „world’s longest art gallery“, the metro station has some exciting paintings. First underground painting was painted in 1970s.
Mole refers to a monumental building, while Antonelliana honors the architect of this tallest museum in the world. Built in 1889, the building served as a synagogue and later was turned into a museum.