The largest Baroque fountain in Rome is also the most famous one. It has garnered its worldwide fame because of its beauty and after Federico Fellini’s classic La Dolce Vita.
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 construction started in April 1879 by French postman Ferdinand Cheval. It is considered to be one of the finest examples of naïve art architecture.
A beautiful and peaceful village in one of the Greek islands offers a perfect holiday retreat. A horseshoe-shaped bay has a harbor and a beach, where vacationers and locals gather to enjoy the sun and warm clear water.
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.
Often referred as one of the most beautiful villages in France, Yvoire stretches on the shores of Lake Geneva. The Medieval town’s, established in 14th century, streets are decorated with flowers during summer.
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.
This might be one of the most original hotels ever! The camouflaged cubes, scattered in the woods, blend with the natural environment. The guests can choose to stay at six differently themed cubes.
Opened in 1981 on the 1441 m high Buzludzha peak, the monument was built to pay homage to the fights between the Bulgarians and Turks. The impressive monument is 107 m high.
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!
Established by an art group Dead Pigeon Collective in a warehouse, Monster Kabinett is a great place to visit once in Berlin, especially on Halloween. Spooky moving creatures create the most daunting atmosphere and serve as the art installations.
The biggest island of Scotish archipelago the Inner Hebrides, Isle of Skye fascinates with its dramatic landscapes. The highest point in the Cuillin mountains is the 993 meters high Sgurr Alasdair peak. And the Fairy Pools is one of the most recognizable sites.
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.
Surrounded with Urho Kekkonen National Park, found in Lapland – the Santa Clause land – the hotel is unique indeed. The separate glass igloos offer privacy, great views behind the windows and exclusive experience.
A limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast is a natural wonder and defines the dramatic coastline. Durdle Door is a result of erosion and is still exposed to it.
American Bianca Sharma was sailing in Mediterranean sea, when she spotted an abandoned 17th-century monastery on the top of the hill. She fell in love with the neglected sanctuary, bought it, restored it and established one amazing SPA.