Some of the most visited countries in the world lie within the continent of Europe, which is bordered by Africa, Asia and two oceans – the Atlantic and the Arctic. Europe may be the world’s second-smallest continent by land surface area, but there is no lack of diversity in the countries that are part of it. Visitors are generally amazed at just how quickly a separation of a few miles can transform one culture into another. Languages change and the taste buds are exposed to a whole new range of gastronomic delights.
Europe packs quite a punch on all fronts, be it the spectacular natural scenery of the Alps, the romance of Venice, the lure of Scotland’s glens and lochs or the beaches of the Mediterranean, there’s no dearth of stunning scenery to leave you ‘starry-eyed.’ For those interested in history and the arts, the attractions are mind-boggling. One can literally step back in time in the numerous medieval cities like York, Siena, Saint Paul de Vence or Prague or get lost in the Moorish palaces of Andalucia or the imperial palaces of St. Petersburg. If spirituality is what you seek, the grand monasteries and spectacular churches of Europe are sure to satiate the restless heart.

11 Best Hotels in Reykjavik

11 Best Hotels in Reykjavik, Iceland

The capital of Iceland is a land of natural wonders. There are dozens of magnificent volcanoes in the Golden Circle, while incredible whales await in the Faxa Bay during summer. Yet at the same time, this young city continues to reinvent itself to be tourist-friendly. Fish packing factories have been turned into visitor attractions, cutting-edge…

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Reykjavik

Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, is a great place for a Scandinavian gay-cation. Here, LGBT+ people are not just tolerated, there’s plenty of gay friendly hotels in Reykjavik.  They’re welcomed and accepted with open arms. So, it’s no surprise that finding gay hotels in Reykjavik is really easy. Consequently, you can choose from a wide…

Top 9 Things To Do In Reykjavik

Top 9 Things To Do In Reykjavik

Iceland is a country that you definitely need to visit. Specially Reykjavík, the northernmost capital city in the world. It may be one of Europe’s smallest and most remote capitals, but it is a cosmopolitan city that offers a wealth of cultural, gastronomical and visual experiences and a throng of unforgettable activities. Enjoy our list of…

A visit to Iceland's Blue lagoon

A Visit To Iceland’s Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is Iceland’s most visited landmark. Situated approximately 12 miles from the Keflavík International Airport and 24 miles from Reykjavík. This amazing geothermal spa is located in the Reykjanes peninsula near the town of Grindavík. Its location among the lava fields and beautiful scenery with steam caused by the temperature difference between the…