Cruise the romantic Seine River and see the most famous and beautiful landmarks in Paris such as Notre-Dame and the Eiffel Tower from the water’s edge.
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The Jurassic Coast is one of the most popular destinations in England, attracting tourists from all over the world to this 96 miles stretch of coastline.
The Wawel Royal Castle is a castle residency located in central Kraków, Poland, and the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in the world.
Cours Saleya flower market is an outdoor market located in Nice between Massena Square and the ancient citadel with fresh-cut flowers and local produce.
Amalfi is a small town in the south of Italy. It is no stranger to numerous photoshoots and features as one of the top holiday destinations in the world.
If you’re travelling around cities in Europe, be sure to stop at a local coffee shop, you may be surprised at just how good the coffee is!
Nestled on the island of Crete, the Samaria Gorge has a length of more than 16km and is the longest in Europe. A great trek for the adventurer!
In Denmark, besides the delicious food, some of the drinks can also be very interesting. However, if you are here for the first time, you must still be wondering what to eat and drink?...
Pianosa is located in sparkling Tyrrhenian waters off Tuscany and is one of the smallest islands in the Tuscan archipelago.
The world’s smallest town named Hum is located in Croatia, recognized by the Guinness World Records as the worlds smallest town, with a population of 30.