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European Tourism Web Marketing by Countries. Rick Steves Europe: Tour Operator, Travel Guides & Information. Le Chemin de Saint Jacques de Compostelle en Belgique, France et Allemagne par RadioCamino. Randonnée Saint Jacques de Compostelle, circuits et chemins. Top 10 Underrated Cities in Europe. Every year millions of tourists flock to popular European cities like London, Paris, Barcelona, Rome and Milan.

Top 10 Underrated Cities in Europe

The average tourist knows all about the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the great shopping in Milan or Buckingham Palace in London, but there are plenty of beautiful European cities that are off the radar for most tourists. 10 Most Beautiful Villages in Europe. From the Alps to the Mediterranean, these frozen-in-time European villages will make you appreciate the beauty of taking it slow.

10 Most Beautiful Villages in Europe

Reaching some of these European beauties requires extra effort, yet the rewards are dazzling. Your eyes will thank you. Hallstatt, Austria. 25 Secret Small Towns in Europe you MUST Visit. 1.

25 Secret Small Towns in Europe you MUST Visit

Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic. Ancient Turkish Cave Towns. BELGIUM. List of tourist destinations in Belgium - Belgium Travel Guide. Belgium Restaurants, Bars, Gigs, Hotels, Events & more. Restaurants et bonnes tables. The Perfectly Preserved World War I Trench. Sanctuary Wood, Ypres, Belgium, where trenches have been preserved since World War One.

The Perfectly Preserved World War I Trench

(Photo: John Gomez/shutterstock.com) Amsterdam. The Land of Tulips. Tulip fields, wind turbines and canal, Holland.

The Land of Tulips

Photo by: Anna Paulowna There are reportedly 3,000 varieties of tulips. There is a Dutch organization that maintains the list of registered tulip varieties. Photo by: unknown Traditional Dutch windmill in middle of heavenly beautiful tulips field. The Town With No Roads. SWITZERLAND. Suisse. ZURICH. Zurich in a hurry: Make the most of your stopover. Zurich's excellent, efficient public transport means you can visit the beautiful "Old Town" even during a short stopover Switzerland's largest city has a rich history as a center of European high culture.

Its heritage stretches back to Roman times and it is home to more than 50 museums. Time-pressed travelers can take a 90-minute boat cruise on Lake Zurich. Zurich seen from the lake. Among other benefits, the ZurichCARD allows for free travel on the boats plying Lake Zurich. The Alternative Swiss German Dictionary. Goetheanum, le mouvement anthroposophique. AUSTRIA. Tirol Panorama - Posti da visitare - Attività. Seven Natural Wonders. Prague, Czech Republic - National Geographic's Ultimate City Guides. ROMANIA. Tourisme en Roumanie, viajes a Rumania, Travel in Romania. Peles Castle – Sinaia, Romania click 2x. When King Carol I of Romania visited the small village of Sinaia in the foothills of the Bucegi mountains in the 1860s, he was captivated by its scenic location and commissioned the construction of a palace there.

Peles Castle – Sinaia, Romania click 2x

The resulting castle is easily one of the most stunning in all of Europe. The construction took 10 years but by the the end of it, the Romanian royals had a summer palace equipped with everything from a movie theater to a concert hall. The ornate 160-room palace was built in Neo-Renaissance style and each room had its own identity and theme. HUNGARY. POLAND. Hidden Attractions and Unusual Things to Do in Croatia. La Croazia dei superlativi. Hum, la più piccola città del mondo Quando si dice città, si pensa subito ad un luogo vasto e caotico, pieno di edifici di tutte le dimensioni, vie e strade percorse da un fiume di macchine e tanta gente che vi abita.

La Croazia dei superlativi

Potete immaginare l’incredulità di chi, trovandosi ai piedi del colle istriano, sente la guida turistica dire che lassù c’è la città di Hum. Croatia National Tourist Board. In order to provide you the best experience of our site, and to make the site work properly, this site saves on your computer a small amount of information (cookies).

Croatia National Tourist Board

By using the site www.croatia.hr, you agree to the use of cookies. By blocking cookies, you can still browse the site, but some of its functionality will not be available to you. What is a cookie? A cookie is information stored on your computer by the website you visit. Cookies allow the website to display information that is tailored to your needs. Croatie.eu - Antiquité et période paléochrétienne. Grâce aux voyages et aux relations commerciales qu'elles entretiennent, les communautés autochtones qui peuplent le territoire de l'actuelle Croatie aux âges du bronze et du fer ont dès le viiie siècle av.

Croatie.eu - Antiquité et période paléochrétienne

J. -C. des contacts avec les Grecs et les Étrusques, mais il faut attendre l'arrivée des colons grecs au ive siècle av. Plitvice, a watery paradise in Croatia. In recent years, Croatia has changed from a relative unknown to one of the trendiest destinations in Europe. To a great extent this is due to the country's rocky littoral, which, washed by the Adriatic, is considered one of the most beautiful of the Mediterranean coastlines. Then there is the rich history and cultural heritage of medieval towns such as Dubrovnik, Split and Sibenik. But the well-deserved popularity also depends on the protected natural areas, which make up some ten per cent of the country's area.

Eight areas enjoy national park status – a very high number for a relatively small country. Skradinski Buk Waterfalls in Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia. Visit Paklenica National Park on your trip to Starigrad-Paklenica. #1 of 36 in Parks in Zadar County The natural mountains, gorges, and caves help to make Paklenica National Park the number one rock climbing destination in Southeastern Europe.

Visit Paklenica National Park on your trip to Starigrad-Paklenica

Paklenica National Park. Paklenica National Park Paklenica National Park is located in Northern Dalmatia near Starigrad Paklenica and Zadar. The said includes two canyons named Mala Paklenica and Velika Paklenica. Tourisme Croatie : parcs naturels et écotourisme en Croatie. La Croatie est un territoire riche en paysages et en parcs protégés. Slovénie. 25 Abandoned Yugoslavia Monuments that look like they're from the Future! These structures were commissioned by former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito in the 1960s and 70s to commemorate sites where WWII battles took place (like Tjentište, Kozara and Kadinjača), or where concentration camps stood (like Jasenovac and Niš). They were designed by different sculptors (Dušan Džamonja, Vojin Bakić, Miodrag Živković, Jordan and Iskra Grabul, to name a few) and architects (Bogdan Bogdanović, Gradimir Medaković...), conveying powerful visual impact to show the confidence and strength of the Socialist Republic.

In the 1980s, these monuments attracted millions of visitors per year, especially young pioneers for their "patriotic education. " MONTENEGRO. PORTUGAL. Portugal. Initiation Well. Sintra. Portugal. IRELAND (+ North) Ireland. IRLANDE VOYAGE PHOTOS - Récit de Voyage. Dublin Travel Guide: Iconic Itineraries from Condé Nast Traveler. Day 1: Dublin It’s your first day in Dublin, and if you’re here between April and September, you’re strolling green lawns littered with students having lunch. You’re in St. Stephen’s Green , the city’s main park and part of the largest intact eighteenth-century quarter in Europe. Your red-eye flight landed around nine this morning, and you took a 20-minute taxi ride to your hotel, The Merrion , where you had a full Irish breakfast.

Best Places to Visit in Ireland. La Crète. Malta's secret tunnels: inside the newly discovered underworld of Valletta. When Albert Dimech recognised us, rather than introducing himself, he simply said: “Follow me.” Dimech had asked the artist Leanne Wijnsma and me to meet him in the centre of Valletta, Malta’s capital city and the European capital for culture in 2018. Wijnsma had been commissioned by the Valletta 2018 foundation to create a piece of artwork about the city’s subterranean world, and Dimech was our point of contact. We arrived a few minutes late and out of breath, veering past tourists eating ice cream in the sun and taking photos of the dense vertical houses.

Madeira, l’isola dell’eterna primavera.