Bordered by the Arctic Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean, Black and Caspian Seas, Europe is the second smallest continent in the world with a total land area of 10,180,000 sq km. Europe never really goes out of fashion. Even though it feels very familiar in many ways, it still has plenty to offer especially as the borders of the EU continue to grow and develop. Made up of 50 countries and culturally rich, Europe has deep roots in history with ancient Greece being the birthplace of western culture and also being commonly referred to as Latin Christendom since the 8th century.When you travel through Europe, you’ll discover a land filled with treasures left behind by some of the world’s greatest civilizations.

World's first Smurf Village- Júzcar

World’s first Smurf Village: Júzcar

For hundreds of years the houses of the tiny village of Júzcar in the Spanish province of Andalucía, were whitewashed. Nowadays it is the World’s first Smurf Village. In 2010, Júzcar was chosen by Sony Pictures as the setting for the premiere of their new film “The Smurfs 3D”. Sony Pictures made a terrible movie, but did one good thing. To gain…

6 Reasons To Discover Ukraine

You want to plan a holiday but are feeling uninspired? Where could you go that will surprise you? Look no further, Ukraine is a highly undiscovered destination with incredible landscapes, activities and history. Besides, visiting the Ukraine has never been easier. Travelers can now obtain the Ukraine Online Visa by completing an online form with…

Top 10 Things To Do In Malta

Top 10 Things To Do In Malta

Malta is a small, island country in the Mediterranean Sea that lies just 80 km (50 miles) south of Sicily, Italy. It has 7000 years of history with prehistoric temples, beautiful architecture with an ancient heritage, fossil-studded cliffs, glittering hidden coves and thrilling diving opportunities. With such great climate all year around, a low crime rate,…

Top 12 Things To Do In Brussels

Top 12 Things To Do In Brussels

When people think of Brussels, they think mainly three things : the headquarters of the European Union, waffles and chocolates. However, Brussels has lots to offer and many hidden secrets to be discovered. Did you know that they are home to the oldest shopping centers in Europe? Did you know that they have changed of main…

Monaco, Monte Carlo - Photo Gallery

10 Photos of Monte Carlo That Will Make You Want To Move There

This is our second visit to Monaco, Europe’s most glamorous principality and the second smallest country in the world. The geographical position of Monaco which sits atop a narrow coastal area with its three sides surrounded by France and its southern side facing the Mediterranean Sea makes it an ideal destination for tourists and nature lovers. We…

Top 10 Things To Do In Seville

Top 10 Things To Do In Seville

Seville is located in Andalucia, a rocky, sun-baked region on Spain’s southern coast, and it is probably the most underrated city in Spain. Many visitors tend to focus on Madrid and Barcelona while leaving Seville behind. Seville is vibrant city that has a distinctive, historic grandeur, with over a thousand years of impressive architectural styles from Moorish palaces,…

Top Things To Do In Cordoba

Top 6 Things To Do In Cordoba

Cordoba is the famous for being the proud keeper of one Andalucia’s three great architectural jewels: the Mezquita. However, Cordoba is more than that. Its rich cultural and religious history attracts millions of visitors every year. Cordoba is one of those places where the past is reflected everywhere you look and it is also in its people and…

Top 10 Things To Do In Granada

Top 10 Things To Do In Granada

Granada, one of the pearls of Spain, is home to 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites (Alhambra, Generalife and Albayzin), all of which are exceptional reminders of Moorish Spain. Many visitors come here just to see the extraordinary Alhambra Palace, one of the most spectaculars of all European monuments, but once they arrive they realize there…

Top 10 Things To Do In Málaga

Top 10 Things To Do In Málaga

Located just 129 km (80 miles) north of Africa, Malaga is a port city on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol and the largest southernmost city in Europe. Its rare combination of tropical heaven right next to an urban oasis, hot beaches, mountains, historic monuments, a charming old town and a lively nightlife make of this city a…

Top 10 Things To Do In Florence

Top 10 Things To Do In Florence

Florence is the capital city of Tuscany and one of Italy’s most stunning cities. The city lies on the River Arno surrounded by gentle hills. It is internationally famous for its beautiful historic city center (a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1982) featuring an impressive collection of art galleries, monuments, churches, and palaces. In Florence you can…

Top 10 Things To Do In Amsterdam

Top 10 Things To Do In Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, is one of the greatest small cities in the world. Known as the “ Venice of the North” for its 165 canals and 1,281 bridges. Amsterdam’s well-preserved and appealing 17th century architecture provides a quaint if incongruous backdrop for a city famous for its modern, progressive, charming and cosmopolitan attitudes. It offers easy…

Top 10 Things to Do in Copenhagen

Top 10 Things To Do In Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a dynamic and trendy Scandinavian metropolis as well as the beautiful capital of Denmark. Visit one of the city’s many art, history or warfare museums, world-class shopping in the charming streets of the city center, one of the city’s trendy neighborhoods or enjoy gourmet cuisine in one of the city’s Michelin-starred restaurants. Copenhagen…

A week In The Dolomites, The Pale Mountains

When we talk about Italy it is normal to think about Rome , Venice , Florence , Milan or Naples. However, Italy is mountains and Dolomites too. The Italian Dolomites are a mountain range located in northeastern Italy, formed during the Permian period over 280 million years ago. The Dolomites are renowed for skiing, mountain…