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Located in the northern regions of the Italian Alps, Trentino and South Tyrol are home to many stunning mountain ranges. The Dolomites are among the most well-known, but there are nearly 20,000 new peaks to explore. For some of the world’s most scenic hiking and skiing, head to the Italian Dolomites. Hikers, climbers, poets, and […]
Emilia Romagna
Emilia-Romagna is a welcoming region with delicious food, beautiful land, and fast cars, being home to home to three of Italy’s most famous automotive companies: Ferrari, Ducati, and Maserati. You can order countless types of pasta, including pumpkin-filled cappellacci and prosciutto di Parma. Enjoy a flavorful meal with balsamic vinegar and Parmigiano Reggiano. Make sure […]
The city of Florence is a must-see. It’s full of art, culture, history, family, faith, and food! It may be small, but with its unmatched art treasure chest and gorgeous surroundings, Florence is easily one of the best places in the world to visit. This Italian capital is often called “The Cradle of the Renaissance,” […]
Lake Como
Set in the shadow of the snow-capped Rhaetian Alps and framed on both sides by steep, lush hillsides, Lake Como, perhaps the most spectacular of the three major lakes, is situated in the shadow of the snow-capped Rhaetian Alps and is hemmed in on both sides by steep, verdant hillsides. Bellagio, Varenna, and Como are […]
Lake Maggiore
The beautiful lake Maggiore is located in the north of Italy and is bordered by Switzerland. More than its siblings to the east, Lake Maggiore harbors a distinct belle-époque air. The lake became a popular tourist destination in the late 19th century with the Simplon Pass’s opening, and this era, with its stately hotels and […]
Langhe: Barolo, Monferrato & Roero
Langhe, Roero, and Monferrato are located near the Po River in northern Piedmont, between the hills of the Ligurian Apennines to the west and the coastline of north Liguria to the east, in three separate provinces: Alessandria, Asti, and Cuneo. Spectacular vistas awaited you at every turn as we explored the landscape, going from vineyard […]
Liguria: Genoa, Portofino & Cinque Terre
You’ll find hidden villages, beautiful beaches, and sprawling nature in Liguria. How enchanting! Liguria is a beautiful strip of land between the sea and the mountains, with pastel-colored houses and breathtaking views. This unspoiled region has lush nature, many small towns to explore, and an incomparable culinary tradition. The view is stunning and will tempt […]
Milan is a city that is always moving forward. It is a fast-paced metropolis where new ideas and creativity are always in demand. As Italy’s city of the future, Milan is constantly reinventing itself, keeping up with the latest trends and technologies. Design is an essential part of Milan’s identity. The city is home to […]
Naples, Ischia & Procida
Naples is nothing short of a masterpiece. Creative, soul-stirring art, unforgettable panoramas and spontaneous conversations are just the beginning. The thousands of years of Naples’ history fill a thesaurus. Settled by the Greeks and colonized by the Romans, these two forces combine to form an unmistakable identity. Naples is home to an abundance of cultural […]
Palermo & Western Sicily
Palermo is a city at the edge of Europe and the center of the ancient world. Situated on the island of Sicily, it has been the crossroads of civilizations for millennia and, as such, delivers a heady, heavily spiced mix of Byzantine mosaics, Arabesque domes, and frescoed cupolas. This is a bustling market town, where […]
In Puglia, you’ll find everything you love about Italy and after one trip here, you’ll see why. It’s home to world-class wines, mouthwatering dishes, ancient towns full of history, unique architecture, and churches designed by some of the best European artists–the list goes on and on. Speaking of food, Puglia is known for its olive […]
Few cities in the world can rival the artistic heritage of Rome. From its many periods of upheaval, the city has been home to some of Europe’s most renowned artists and has seen them push their skills to new levels. It’s tough to separate priceless treasures from some of the world’s greatest works. There are […]
DH Lawrence once said: “Sardinia is different.” Many people come here feeling inspired by its natural beauty and uniqueness. They go from snow-packed forests to white-sand beaches or from seeing rare wildlife, such as blue-eyed albino donkeys on the Isola dell’Asinara, to observing wild horses that roam Giara di Gesturi. Sardinia is the perfect place […]
Taormina, Etna & Eastern Sicily
Situated on the side of a mountain and boasting a dramatic coastline, Taormina is a beautifully adorned summer town popular among travelers who want to experience Sicilian dolce vita. , this elegant resort town is one of Sicily’s top destinations. The Greeks founded Taormina in the 4th century BC, and it became famous as a […]
In northern Italy’s southern Alps, Turin is rich in art, history, and culture. The city has a Parisian touch and Austrian aroma but is absolutely Italian. It was here, in 1799, that the industrious Turin chocolate makers invented the world’s first production chocolate bars and where Fiat made Italy’s most iconic cars. Turin is a […]
Tuscany Coast
Tuscany is the ideal destination for sea lovers! You can take your pick from a lot of different beaches. Marina di Pisa and Tirrenia are great for families who need a break but still want to ensure they get top-quality service. There are lovely pine groves and bikes that can be used on the beach. […]
Tuscany: Siena & Chianti
The architecture in Siena is exquisite, and the souls of many of its visitors are lifted as well. Siena is a city dating back to the Middle Ages, where both secular and spiritual monuments that have stood the test of time are displayed. The city’s historic districts are equally fascinating. They’ve been restored to their […]
Tuscany: Valdorcia & Valdichiana
Lying in full view just beyond the well-trod tourist route but still under the radar, Val d’Orcia and Val di Chiana are regions rich in history, beauty, gastronomy, and wine. Usually, when we think about a Tuscany landscape, we think about a view of these areas. Locals like to say the scenery is the protagonist, […]
Italy’s green heart may have achieved a different prestige than Tuscany in pop culture. Still, it has made up for this shortcoming by providing a more authentic experience for travelers interested in Italian art, culture, history, and cuisine. With its scenic forests and valleys that change with the seasons, Umbria has been dubbed Italy’s “green […]
No city in the world is more steeped in history and romanticism than Venice. Built on a network of 118 small islands connected by 400 bridges, the city has been a center of trade and influence for centuries. Today, it is one of the world’s leading contemporary art capitals, home to a wealth of old […]
Verona & Lake Garda
Verona is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in Italy. It is best known for its Shakespeare associations, being the city where Romeo and Juliette famously fell in love. However, there is much more to Verona than just its literary associations. The city is a bustling center with a rich history dating back […]


The first thing that comes to mind when you think of Bordeaux is wine. And there’s no surprise – the city is the capital of a region with 60 appellations and 7000 winemakers, which makes it home to some of the oldest vineyards in the world. Bordeaux has the world’s largest urban World Heritage Site. […]
Brittany is for explorers; it is a journey itself. Take a break from the busy city life by exploring one of Europe’s wild, dramatic coastlines and beautiful medieval towns. It’s got thick forests to walk through and ancient traditions to get to know. Brittany is worth the detour for those who want to go off […]
Burgundy is a region in France that offers beautiful countryside and some of the most gorgeous villages in all of France. The towns of Burgundy and its capital, Dijon, are heirs to their medieval architectural heritage. This heritage goes back to the Middle Ages and Gallo-Roman antiquity. Burgundy is the perfect place to visit for […]
Here, it is the land that arouses the senses. The sights, smell, and flavors of Champagne are unlike any other. The eyes feast on succulent vines growing up hillsides, and the nose likes nothing better than sniffing dozens of different aromas. The palate is dazzled with every sip. Champagne cellars are a magical place that […]
Jutting from the foaming Mediterranean like an impregnable fortress, Corsica resembles a miniature continent with astounding geographical diversity. Within half an hour’s drive, the landscape ranges from glittering bays and vibrant coastal cities to sawtooth mountain ridges, verdant valleys, and dense forests. Holidays in Corsica offer tremendously varying opportunities: from hiking and canyoning to snorkeling […]
Loire Valley
If you want French culture, style, and gastronomy, the Loire Valley is the place to be. You’ll find everything it has to offer alright here. Located in the heart of France, the region is a short train or ride from Paris. It was once of immense strategic importance due to its position between northern and […]
Lyon & the Rhône Valley
Located at the crossroads of central Europe and the Atlantic, the Rhine Valley, and the Mediterranean, grand old Lyon is France’s third-largest metropolis and gastronomic capital. Poking around in old-fashioned bistros in checked tablecloths creates unforgettable memories – as do the majestic Roman amphitheaters of Fourviere, the cobbled Unesco-listed streets of Vieux Lyon, and the […]
Nantes & Atlantic Loire Valley
Stretching from Guérande in the west to the Marais Poitevin in the south, the Atlantic Loire Valley is a wonderland full of magnificent treasures to explore. Here, the combined action of the mighty Loire and the Atlantic Ocean has created an incredible variety of landscapes. At the same time, history left a deep mark on […]
Nice & Cote d’Azur
The Mediterranean coast of France, often called the French Riviera or simply the Cote d’Azur is one of the world’s most glamorous and iconic seaside destinations. From its chic beaches and luxury hotels to its designer bars, belle epoque villas, and red-rock headlands, there is something for everyone on this stunning stretch of coastline. Beyond […]
Normandy has played an essential role in European history for generations. Normandy has been a cornerstone of progress from the Norman invasion of England in 1066 to the D-Day landings of 1944. This riveting, rich past comes vividly to life in the Mont St-Michel monastery showcasing its spectacular architecture and the Bayeux Tapestry, renowned for […]
It’s another south, filled with scenic and serene natural wonders between the Pyrenees and the Cevennes region. Start with the pinkest of all: Toulouse! Convivial and celebratory, the regional capital displays the sweetness of life in Occitanie at every corner – especially on its terrace bars with astonishing views of the Garonne. The coppery shades […]
Paris is a hot spot for innovation and art. Whether you’re taking in the sights at one of Paris’ monuments or museums, enjoying a bite at a classic bistro, or finding innovative products downtown, you’ll indeed have an incredible time. It’s easy to see Paris’ iconic monuments or find great places to eat. The imposing […]
The rural landscapes of Provence are a dream come true for many people. The variety of food, villages with amazing views, wine, markets, and climate make it a perfect location for living your dreams. And for modern art lovers, Provence is the place to be. With Cézanne, Van Gogh, and Gauguin all working here and […]
Strasbourg, Colmar & Alsace
Alsace is a cultural one-off. With its Germanic dialect and French elegance, the passion for foie gras and choucroute (sauerkraut), and rich wine and beer, this region often leaves you wondering where you are. Why? Because Alsace has a little bit of everything! Vineyards fade into the distance as hilltop castles send spirits soaring high. […]


Brussels is a historic and hip city that can be bureaucratic and bizarre on the surface. But underneath all that, Brussels is exuberant and multicultural. And people here are confident in themselves but never bother to show off. Brussels was built on the site of an old Roman settlement. It features 16th- and 17th-century Flemish […]
Flanders is a land of incredible beauty and diversity. The countryside is dotted with picturesque villages and towns, while the cities are bustling metropolises full of culture and history. The western border ranges for 65km along the North Sea, a famous stretch of white sandy beaches and dunes, marinas, and charming resorts. Flanders is home […]
Though Wallonia is compact, it packs a melange of history, architecture, nature, culture, food, and cities. This region has been a battleground for centuries, with battles stretching back to the Napoleonic era and continuing to the Second World War. In Belgium alone, you’ll find the world’s highest density of castles, including some magnificent medieval fortresses […]


The canals lined by tilting gabled buildings are one of the most iconic architectural symbols of Holland’s Golden Age. And in Amsterdam, this romantic time-warp is your backdrop for museums filled with treasure, boutiques brimming with vintage clothes, and design and drinking scenes that will blow your mind. You can’t walk a kilometer in Amsterdam […]
Hanseatic cities
The Hanseatic League was a medieval trade association established by north German towns and German merchant communities abroad. The league’s primary purpose was to protect its members’ mutual trading interests. From the 13th to the 15th century, the league dominated trade activity in northern Europe. The league’s origins can be traced back to the early […]
The Hague & Rotterdam
Rotterdam in 1960 was nothing like it used to be. When allied and German allied bombed Rotterdam in 1940, they left Rotterdammers with a daunting task: to rebuild almost everything from the ground up. This visionary community decided that the new city would be a modern metropolis rather than an artificial recreation of a Golden […]
Utrecht is the lively and historic heart of Holland. Utrecht has beautiful canals lined with quaint wharf cellars housing cafés and terraces overlooking the water. The architectural attractions – museums, churches, monuments, etc. – in Utrecht are pretty varied, each contributing to the city’s unique charm. You’ll find it impossible to ignore the Dom tower, […]
Veluwe, Arnhem & Nijmegen
The Veluwe is a vast area in the Dutch province of Gelderland, about 30 km east of Arnhem and just 20 km southeast of Nijmegen. It’s home to beautiful nature reserves, such as De Hoge Veluwe National Park and Veluwezoom National Park. This park offers stunning views and miles of terrain for hikers and bikers. […]


Nestled along the scenic banks of the Rhine River, Basel is a captivating Swiss city that effortlessly blends rich history with modern vitality. With a population of approximately 200,000, it’s Switzerland’s third-largest city, but it boasts an undeniable charm that makes it feel much more intimate and accessible. Basel’s historical roots run deep, dating back […]
Bern, the capital of Switzerland, is distinguished by its well-preserved medieval townscape, earning it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The city is known for its iconic Zytglogge, an ancient clock tower with moving figures, and the medieval architecture that lines its streets. Bern’s charming old town has six kilometers of arcades, offering […]
Geneva, nestled at the western tip of Switzerland, is a cosmopolitan city known for its global influence and stunning natural beauty. Situated along the shores of Lake Geneva, the city is framed by the dramatic backdrop of the Alps and Jura mountains, offering picturesque views. Geneva is the heart of international diplomacy, home to the […]
Heidiland Region
Nestled in the heart of the Swiss Alps, Heidiland is a region that epitomizes the idyllic charm and natural splendor of Switzerland. Named after the beloved children’s book character, Heidi, created by Johanna Spyri, this enchanting area offers a blend of scenic beauty, cultural richness, and a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of […]
Interlaken & Jungfrau Region
The Interlaken region, situated between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz in Switzerland, is a gateway to the Jungfrau region, a paradise for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers. This area is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, encompassing verdant valleys, serene lakes, and the majestic peaks of Eiger, Mönch, and Jungfrau. Interlaken itself is a charming town […]
Lucerne, nestled in the heart of Switzerland, is a picturesque city known for its preserved medieval architecture and stunning natural surroundings. The city is famous for landmarks like the Chapel Bridge (Kapellbrücke) and the Water Tower, which offer a glimpse into its rich history. The beautifully preserved old town is a labyrinth of cobbled streets, […]
Lugano & Canton Ticino
Lugano, nestled in the southern part of Switzerland in the Canton of Ticino, offers a unique blend of Swiss and Mediterranean charm. This picturesque city, the largest in the region, is renowned for its stunning lakeside setting on the shores of Lake Lugano, surrounded by the lush, rolling peaks of the Swiss Alps. Lugano is […]
St Moritz
Nestled in the heart of the Engadin valley, St. Moritz stands as a shimmering jewel in the Swiss Alps, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, luxurious lifestyle, and a rich tapestry of cultural history. This exclusive resort town, synonymous with elegance and world-class hospitality, has long been a haven for the elite, attracting visitors with its […]
Zermatt, nestled in the Swiss Alps, is a picturesque mountain village renowned for its breathtaking scenery, including the iconic Matterhorn peak. This car-free haven offers a tranquil and pristine environment, where the sounds of nature replace urban noise. Zermatt’s streets are lined with charming chalets, boutiques, and restaurants, blending traditional alpine culture with modern amenities. […]
Zurich, Switzerland’s largest city, is a vibrant blend of historical charm and modern sophistication. Nestled by the picturesque Lake Zurich and backed by snow-capped mountains, the city offers a scenic setting that captivates travelers. Zurich’s Old Town (Altstadt) is a treasure trove of history, with narrow cobblestone streets, medieval buildings, and landmarks like the Grossmünster […]
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