15 Best day trips from Venice

If you want to take a break from the noisy city full of tourists — try to discover the surroundings. Check out these 15 best day trips from Venice

Fortress Carcassonne: the most famous medieval town in the world

One of the most famous fortresses in the whole world is considered to be Carcassonne — a medieval ensemble in the city of the same name

Plitvice Lakes National Park: one of the most beautiful places in Europe

There still remained some corners on our planet where the magnificent Nature evokes genuine admiration. One of such places is the Plitvice Lakes

Borromeo palace on Isola Bella: a fairy tale on a fairy island

Borromeo Palace is a real fairy tale embodied in stone which symbolizes the wealth and influence of famous Italian family

Passage du Gois: a unique road that goes under the sea twice a day

Passage du Gois is a natural road located on the Atlantic coast of France in the department of Vendée. After high tide, the road becomes wet and slippery

Transfăgărășan: one of the most beautiful and most dangerous roads in the world

The best way to experience unique atmosphere is to conquer Transfăgărășan. This well-known serpentine highway is one of the most beautiful roads in Europe

Small towns of Germany: 20 places that look like a real fairy tale

Small towns of Germany is a real fairy tale everyone can get into. As soon as you move a little aside from the noisy cities, you can see another life

14 Fairytale places that enthusiasts of crystal waters definitely must visit

Do you belong to the category of people who choose a place for rest depending on the clearness of the water? These corners are the places you must visit!

15 Best day trips from Cologne

When you already got an impression of the Cologne Cathedral and other interesting places, you may start looking for some best day trips from Cologne

The charm of power: 20 most beautiful and particular fortresses in the world

So let's take a look at some powerful castles and fortresses which have been protecting their inhabitants for centuries