Slovenia is a hiker’s paradise. In this small country, you will find over 10,000 km (6,200 miles) of hiking trails.
The historic Center of Telč is a stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Southern Czech Republic with Renaissance houses on the main square that give this town a feel as if straight from a Disney movie.
If you are looking for a less touristy destination in Ireland, with lots of great stuff to do, Waterford is an ideal spot to add to your Ireland itinerary.
Are you thinking about exploring Europe on a Mediterranean cruise? Cruising is a great way to get a taste of Europe, but if you want a more intimate trip, a Sailboat charter might be a better option for you.
Trentino is probably one of Italy’s most diverse regions in Italy. It gives you the Dolomites and Lake Garda, which makes it a great destination in Italy.
The UNESCO Pile Dwellings in Fiavé on Lake Carera, Trentino, were also discovered in 1853, but its importance wasn’t recognized until the 1920s.
The Champagne region in France is arguably one of the best-tasting UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe. Here are the top tips for your visit!
Cesky Krumlov is after Prague the second most visited city in the Czech Republic. Here are our recommendations for the best Hotels Cesky Krumlov has to offer.