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.
London – the capital of England, which is famous for combining the traditional with modern. The capital reflects these properties the best: historic landmarks, Victorian architecture and hip, contemporary life style – you can find it all in London. Check out this list of things to see and do once in this exciting city!
One of the five villages of the Cinque Terre – a coast of Italian Riviera. If traveling north from La Spezia, Riomaggiore is the first village from the chain. Some vote it to be the most interesting of all five.
The icy island attracts explorers, scientists and adventurers. The Blue River is one of the greatest places to kayak. The melting Petermann Glacier fills in the lower areas of the glacier and creates a clear blue water river.
A town in southern Italy is located on a canyon, which defines Matera’s landscape and architecture. Inhabited since the Paleolithic era, established by the Romans in the 3rd century BC, the town is famous for its cave dwellings.
Melissani Lake is covered by the cave on the Kefalonia island and attracts many tourists. On the outside the cave is surrounded by the forest and on the inside a magnificent site opens: a rocky cave filled with crystal clear water.
The impressive wall is part of Trolltindene mountain in the Romsdalen valley. The 1,100 m (3,600 ft) height wall is the tallest vertical rock in Europe. It is a desirable challenge for the climbers and base jumpers.
The botanical gardens on a Portuguese island are said to be the most beautiful in the world. Located on the Monte mountain, the gorgeous gardens surround Monte Palace and museum, which also exhibits the African art.
So many great sites in Europe – the railway is one of the best ways seeing them. All you have to do is sit comfortably in your seat and look out the window. Here are ten great and versatile itineraries, that not only take the passengers from one place to another, but also introduce to some of the most amazing European landscapes!
Situated in the north-eastern France, Colmar is stunningly beautiful. Its well preserved old town and the diversity of architectural styles make the city one of the most popular destinations in France.
A sea port in the northern European country fascinates with Art Nouveau architecture. The colorful houses on the coast, surrounded with fjords, offers the typical landscape, you would expect to see in Scandinavia.
The region in southern France is definitely a big attraction in the country. Writers, painters and tourists have been mesmerized with this place for ages. The province on the Mediterranean Sea coast has a hypnotic effect indeed.
Paris is certainly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Here are top 10 things to see and do to make the most out of your Parisian experience!
A 8.3-kilometer (5.2 mi) long road stretches through the archipelago in the Norwegian Sea. Besides some rocky islands and skerries, the road is build above water.
The city is a cultural and historic jewel of Portugal, visited by many tourists everyday. A romantic palace and chapel were built between 1904 and 1910.
For the second summer in a row, the streets in Portugal city get filled with colorful umbrellas. The spectacular site is an art installation, celebrating the festival.
Montenegro has a beautiful Adriatic cost. Its popular coastal towns like Budva and Kotor, have a beautiful resorts. Their luxury blend well with a fascinating nature of Montenegro.
The cave’s structure is indeed unusual: it is made of hexagonally-jointed basalt columns. The cave is the result of a lava flow.
The region is definitely one of the most beautiful part of Italy – the European jewel. With its capital Florence, Tuscany can be proud of gorgeous nature, wealthy culture and history.
The magnificent group of waterfalls is located in Glenn Brittle – a large glen in Scotland.
The village is named after the mountain Monsanto and is known for being the most Portuguese village in Portugal. The place is marvelous and looks like from a fantasy movie.
The beautiful castle was built in 17th century and is also famous for its amazing gardens. Bertrand Vernet de Marqueyssac, who was a counselor to Louis XIV, built the magnificent château.
The unique location attracts many vacationers, that can enjoy the sun, warm sea and water sports. The island is a famous windsurfing spot.
One of the oldest bookstores in Porto is open since 1906 and fascinates readers with impressive architecture. It is also classified as the third best bookstore in the world!