The monasteries of Meteora are one of the most extraordinary sights in mainland Greece.

Built into and on top of huge pinnacles of smooth rock, the earliest monasteries were reached by climbing articulated removable ladders. Later, windlasses were used so monks could be hauled up in nets, a method used until the 1920s.

Apprehensive visitors enquiring how often the ropes were replaced were...
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Montenegro, officially declared an ecological state in 1992. It is the only of its kind in the world.

You should consider taking your better half to this paradise of serene nature for your next vacation.
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Top view on the old town with beautiful colorful buildings in Riga, Latvia.

This small country has 12,000 rivers and 3,000 small lakes – perfect if you like messing about in boats.
Zermatt is the highest and largest all-round ski area in the world. Guaranteed snow 365 days of the year and boasting over 350km of piste in winter,
An Alpine chough majestically gliding through the air.

Nice view in the background!
The St Catherine's Passage is a historical cobbled street in the old town of Tallinn, Estonia
Finnish people ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
No more trash! Sweden, at the forefront of becoming a truly green destination. Well done!
Valletta, The Fortress City, "a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen" is Malta's capital.

Not only a top-ranking country for expats but also good for shorter stays! We wouldn't even mind starting our Mondays in a city like this
Europe’s cities and landmarks are filled with every style of architecture imaginable.

Below the abandoned 'House of the Bulgarian Communist Party'!

Read more about inspiring architecture and the history behind it:
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You are seeing King's Landing aka Dubrovnik.

Are you a GoT fan?

check: [ Link ]
You are a castle and nature enthusiast? Have you heard of Eltz Castle?
A Pearl of the Baltic Region of Europe.

Trakai Island Castle is located on an island in Lake Galvė, Lithuania. The construction of the stone castle was begun in the 14th century.

Take a trip: [ Link ]
Bulgaria's pleasingly laid-back capital is often overlooked by visitors heading straight to the coast or the ski resorts, but they're missing something special.
Porto is a beauty.
Full of old mansions the city still has a flair of the colonial times and renaissance.
If you travel to Switzerland these days you can find the Blausee in the Bernese Highlands all in white.

Well, except the "Blau"-see which means Blue Lake is still blue.
The newly build Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg opens its doors to the world.
It is cold these days in most parts of Europe.
See how ice is gracefully floating down the Danube!
Anyone knows where this is?

Small hint: It's halfway across the pond