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The Plitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest and most famous Croatian national park included in the UNESCO world heritage list with a 295km² forest reserve in central Croatia. It's known for a chain of 16 terraced lakes, joined by waterfalls, that extend into a limestone canyon. Walkways and hiking trails wind around and across the water, and an electric boat links the 12 upper and 4 lower lakes. The latter are the site of Veliki Slap, a 78m-high waterfall.Explore
The city of Burgas is the administrative center of the largest tourist region in Bulgaria as it is located on the Southern Black Sea coast. Burgas is one of the fastest developing cities in Bulgaria. Its geostrategic location makes it one of the country’s most important economic centers, as well as a developing tourist destination. The city is a natural commercial and transport hub – an important gate to the continent. Burgas International Airport handles more than 2.8 million passengers annually and the port is among the most favorable on the Black Sea coast. Walking down Burgas city center feels like stepping into the past – a car-free pedestrian area with the low-rise buildings in the Neoclassical and Rococo style of another time. However, the stroll between bohemian cafes is a walk along with one of the most high-tech public spaces in Europe. The old-style streetlamps with round tabletops offer ports for charging computers, mobiles, cameras, electric bikes, and wheelchairs, and also emit free Wi-Fi covering the area.Explore
The Bay of Kotor with its sheltered harbours and white sandy beaches is one of Europe's hidden treasures. Also known as the Boka, or Boka Bay is the winding bay on the Adriatic Sea in southwestern Montenegro, and the region of Montenegro concentrated around the bay. It is also the southernmost part of the historical region of Dalmatia The bay has been inhabited since antiquity.Explore
The beautiful, green, natural paradise of Asturias is just so relaxing. Rocky headlands, large national parks, surfing, little fishing villages and the vibrancy of Spain. Asturias is the place to chill, to contemplate, to rejuvenate in quite sophistication. (And did we mention the food- mmmmmmmmm!)Explore
The region of Turiec is located in the north-western part of Slovakia surrounded by mountains. The axis of the valley is the Turiec river. Know as the "garden of Turiec" the territory is one of the most picturesque regions of Slovakia. Turiec in general is known for abundance of mineral springs (for instance Fatra and Budiš.Explore
Liguria is a small and narrow region that lines the Ligurian Sea. Cinque Terre is one of the most famous regions here. Here villages are carved into the mountainside, precariously balancing on cliffs looking out over the ocean. This region is particularly well known for its pesto, made using local oil. Local bakeries stock fresh focaccia each morning, while fishers bring the day's catch into local markets. The Liguria preparation of sardines is so unique they have been granted a Protected Designation of Origin status!Explore
The Azores Portugal, an archipelago in the mid-Atlantic and home to 2,351m Mt Pico. Scattered with dramatic landscapes and fishing villages, and vineyards sheltered by boulders adds to its intricate beauty. Know as “the green island”. A region of Portugal, the Azores, is a popular destination for explorers who love the outdoors. Sao Miguel is the largest lake-filled Caldera with Goarreana Tea Plantations lining mountainsides like landscape artistic sculptures.Explore
The French Alps are the largest ski area in the world. Stretching from Europe's highest peak of Mont Blanc and bordered by the Rhone River the Rhône-Alpes region is world famous for both winter and summer outdoor sports. Rhone-Alpes is renowned for being home to some of the world's best winter resorts, but the region is just as beautiful during summer as it is in winter. With 9 regional parks, 2 national parks and 49 natural reserves, Rhone-Alpes is a nature lover's paradise year-round.Explore
Kampala is a sprawling, exciting metropolis of over 2 m people. It is also known for its many rolling hills, which reach an altitude of up to 4,000 feet at their highest point. One of Africa's most dynamic cities there is a multitude of fascinating things to do and see both in Kampala and nearby areas. Ugandan's are some of the most hospitable people you'll find in the world.Explore
Known as the cradle of winemaking. Tbilisi is the capital of the country of Georgia. The streets of Tbilisi old town lined with cobblestones that reflects a long, complicated history, with periods under Persian and Russian rule. Its diverse architecture encompasses Eastern Orthodox churches, ornate art nouveau buildings and Soviet Modernist structures. Looming over it all are Narikala, a reconstructed 4th-century fortress, and Kartlis Deda, an iconic statue of the “Mother of Georgia.”Explore
A Mountain Range in the eastern part of the Balkan Peninsula running 557 km from the Vrashka Chuka Peak on Bulgarian-Serbian border eastward through central Bulgaria to foothills reaching Cape Emine on the Black Sea. The highest peaks of the Balkan Mountains are in central Bulgaria. The highest peak is Botev at 2,376 m, which makes the mountain range the third highest in the country, after Rila and Pirin. The mountains are the source of the name of the Balkan Peninsula.Explore