The north-east Aegean includes a hodgepodge of islands stretching from lush Samos in the south – just off the coast of Turkey – up to Thassos, 400km to the north and closer to Bulgaria than it is to Athens.
Tales of giants' graves and altars surround the otherworldly Cavan Burren Park, near Blacklion. Its sparse landscape, dotted with giant boulders and ancient megaliths, makes you feel like you're walking through the pages of a fantasy novel.
Visit-worthy destinations in Belgium aren’t limited to the major well-known cities, such as Bruges, Brussels and Antwerp. Rather to the contrary; those much-visited cities are only the tip of the iceberg.
You feel like you’re in Italy but you're not there. But you are in a different country that has so much to offer. We will continue with our travels around Europe to teach you about another corner of Europe that is worth visiting.
Dubrovnik, known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, is a city surrounded by walls; a coastal city, where the beaches are bathed by the Adriatic Sea. Located in the region of Dalmatia, Croatia, the richness of its monuments offers all citizens and visitors a perspective that does not leave anyone indifferent. It is ever fascinating.