Kotor is a picturesque fortified town on the stunningly beautiful shores of the Bay of Kotor. Here one can experience the mesmerizing impression of history frozen in time. A World Heritage Site, visitors can get great scenic views from the hill-top fort and by walking along the 4.3 km long ancient stone walls that surround the town.
Eiffel Tower, Paris
Built as the entrance to the 1889 World Fair, the Eiffel Tower attracts more people than any other tourist sight in the world where you have to pay. Visitors commonly enjoy relaxing in the park below the tower taking photos of a monument that is synonymous with French culture
The walled fortress city of Valletta is a visitor´s chance to experience the rich cultural past of an island whose history goes back to the 1500s. The golden sandstone buildings, the labyrinth of streets and perpendicular steps are charming. But, a trip to the Co-Cathedral of St John, a spectacular example of Baroque architecture, to see the Caravaggio masterpiece “The Behading of Saint John”, is a must.
Venice is a photographer´s feast. Visitors can hire one of the many gondolas and glide through the quiet canals and have the option of being serenaded by a live singer. With Venice´s marble palaces and magnificent architecture it is easy to let one´s imagination drift back into a bygone era.
Santorini has long had a reputation as the perfect backdrop for a romantic holiday. – and deservedly so. With its whitewashed houses with blue doors and windows, all set against bright blue skies, Santorini is the perfect getaway and backdrop for honeymoon couples.
A stroll down Brugge´s cobblestone streets leads to the medieval Market Square and to some of the town´s most picturesque buildings including the majestic Belfry Tower and the Cloth Hall. But another way of seeing the city is on one of the boats that plies the inner canals of Brugges. You will pass under romantic old bridges to parts of the city that you would not otherwise see. It is no surprise that Brugges is sometimes referred to as the “Venice of the North”.