A country that spans two continents (Europe and Asia), Turkey is a textbook example of east meets west. From high-class hotels to crowded bazaars and ancient ruins, the country has something for every traveller.
Germany’s state of Bavaria boasts the type of landscape fairy tales are made of. Lush, rolling green hills, lakes, quaint village houses and castles perched high above it all. Of course, Germany also has a number of bustling cities including Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt.
Being one of the larger countries in Europe, France has much to offer the discerning traveller. From one of the world’s most famous landmarks (the Eiffel Tower) to vineyards and stunning beaches, here are some of the highlights.
Prague’s famous orange roofs are the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of the Czech Republic, but the country also boasts a number of tour attractions, including the picturesque Charles Bridge. Here is a look at the country’s capital.
Not only is Belgium the home of Tintin, waffles and beer, but it also boasts a number of canals and beautiful architecture.
Tiny Austria is famous for its rolling hills, which anyone who’s seen The Sound of Music can attest to. Along with its charming scenery, the country also has castles, lakes and major roots in musical history.
Heading to Austria? Travel by train so you can enjoy the rolling hills the country is famous for, and visit beautiful cities like Salzburg.
With borders stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico, Mexico offers a diverse landscape. From dry deserts to crashing ocean waves and stunning turquoise waters, there’s something for every sun seeker.
If you like adventure, stunning tropical landscapes and relaxing on the beach, then a trip to the Philippines is for you. Trek to a rice terrace, wander through the Chocolate Hills or take in the incredible sunsets in Boracay.
Visitors flock to Greece to enjoy the piercing blue waters accented by lush green hills dotted with little white houses. So it seems like a no-brainer to explore the islands by getting off dry-land, and travelling by boat.