Even in the high season, Ljubljana is quiet, cozy, and uncrowded: a great place to break out of the rhythm of life in megacities and relax. Its old and narrow streets are a pedestrian zone, they are in harmony with Baroque churches, little boutiques, and cafes, creating a unique flavor of the South Slavic city.
Tomar is a charming Portuguese city, filled with ancient churches, narrow cobbled streets, and traditional white houses. The city is set in a landscape of beautiful valleys, bending rivers, and gently rolling mountains swathed in pines and eucalyptus trees.
Mestre – once a city, but today – one of the areas of Venice, is considered the main “gateway” to the most romantic place in the world. In addition to charming parks, tourists are attracted by its historical center, which is still decorated with architectural monuments that have survived more than one century.
Podlaskie Region is often referred to as the lungs of Poland due to its boundless forests and numerous lakes. Therefore, Bialystok, as the capital of the region, is interesting not only for its historic heritage but also perfect for nature lovers and hikers.
Although Lisbon was badly damaged by an earthquake in the middle of the 18th century, it was reborn from ruins very soon according to the project of the Marquis of Pombal, and today, in the city, you can find reminders of its glorious royal past at every step: beautiful churches and monasteries, elegant palaces, also pompous monuments to Portuguese kings.
Naples is an incredible cocktail made up of great ingredients: long and glorious history, rich culture, warm Mediterranean climate, expressive character of the locals, delicious food, stories about mafia clans, excellent football, and so on.