French Switzerland, by Melanie Votaw, TripOutonTravel.com
Yverdon-les-Bains, Lavaux, and Lausanne. The southwestern region of Switzerland, which is the French-speaking area of the country, offers stunning vineyards, majestic lakes, and medieval architecture. (TripOutonTravel.com).
Constanta, Romania – A Colorful city by the Black Sea
The city of Constanta in Romania was built 2.500 years ago. It is connected with several world-known personalities such as: - Jason and the Argonauts who had visited it after they found the Golden Fleece. - Emperor Constantine the Great who renamed the ancient Tomis ...
Love is ON-AIR..10 most romantic film locations in Europe
Europe is the favorite destination of film makers since the second half of the 20th century, featuring all kinds of movies. Even though historical, war, action and spy films are the most popular according to the worldwide box office, the love stories keep a special place in the romantic hearts. The 10 most ...
Vasa Museum - Dinning next to a 17th century Viking Ship in Stockholm..
It must be the only Museum that was built to house an entire ship. Located on one of Stockholm's islands, the Vasa Museum displays the only almost fully intact 17th century ship that has ever been salvaged.
The ship was built on the orders of the King of Sweden Gustavus Adolphus as part of the military ...
Manneken Pis – The statue with the richest clothing collection..
The bronze statue of 61 cm height is the landmark of the city of Brussels. The sculpture represents a naked little boy urinating into the fountain’s basin. This would be strange enough even without adding the huge clothing collection that belongs to the statue!
An island country in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea became the ultimate location for film and TV-series producers all over the world for more than 50 years. the historical origins of the islands' popularity as a film and TV location lie in one word: Water.