One of a handful of towns located on the eastern shore of Lake Como, Varenna, Italy is considered one of the most picturesque. Situated 38 miles north of Milan and about 21 miles from the Swiss border, this pretty little fishing village boasts a charming network of cobbled lanes, art-filled churches and spectacular villas. It's the perfect place to escape the crowds of tourists who tend to flock to the lake's largest city, Como, or to its more famous neighbor, Bellagio.
Machu Picchu is undoubtedly a popular South American destination – and with good reason. Set atop the Andes Mountains, this archaeological site was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983 and is also considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
Prague, Czech Republic
Have you made your itineraries already? Either way, you can never go wrong with the Czech Republic’s capital city. The City of Hundred Spires is located in the very heart of Europe, making it an interesting metro to visit. A city shaped by artists, authors, and emperors, Prague is truly a place like no other.
There are lots of things to see and experience in the city. From graffiti walls to shocking beer facts, you will appreciate this glorious European capital in all its bits and wonders.
Marbach am Neckar is a pleasant little town and a perfect place to spend a day (or, two) wandering around the old medieval streets and the lush green countryside, or sampling many of the local wines that are produced here.
Castle of Sammezzano in Reggello
It’s not our first time writing about this technicolor palazzo in the middle of Italy. The Italian castle, Castello di Sammezzano, is the dilapidated dream of Moorish Revival heaven.
This jaw-dropping marvel has been rejected by humans for quite a long time, but even after decades of decline, it seems that is not at all stripped of its overwhelming beauty and it still continues capturing the attention of people who appreciate its pure historic and artistic value.
The London Eye
Built as part of the year 2000 millennium celebrations, the London Eye seems to have captured the imagination of visitors to London. It is now one the most popular attractions of all.
The London Eye is situated right at the tourist heart of London, (opposite Big Ben by the River Thames) with commanding views.
Chania (also spelled: Haniá) is the capital city, a place where different civilizations have flourished throughout the centuries.
Wandering around the Old Town’s maze-like alleys with the beautiful Venetian mansions, the fountains and the elaborate churches will help you discover well-preserved historical monuments.
Girona, located in Catalonia, Spain, sits between Barcelona and Costa Brava. It’s a gorgeous place to visit, with medieval walls, narrow winding city streets, and one of the best preserved Jewish Quarters in Europe.
All you need is one day to see the best of Girona, making it a great destination on even the quickest itineraries through Spain.
Caminito del Rey, España
The Caminito del Rey Malaga is one of the best experiences the city has to offer. Located in the natural surroundings of the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, in the municipalities of Alora, Antequera and Ardales, the Caminito del Rey goes through one of the most beautiful landscapes in the mountains of Malaga.
It is a path that is just one metre wide built into the walls of the gorge and that covers more than 3 kilometres. It hangs from the vertical walls at an average distance of 100 metres above the river.
Before planning a visit to the Caminito del Rey, it is essential to get information about the route: how to get there, how long the walk takes and what its history is.