Europe has its cities of glitz and glamour that typically draw in crowds of tourists. From posh Paris to historical Rome to seaside villages, some locations are more notorious than others. Central Europe rarely gets the same amount of attention, yet its inherent magnetism and subtle culture become apparent to all those wishing to discover traditions and lifestyles that dig deeper than they first believed.
Portugal is an all-encompassing country armed with a renowned medieval fortress, populated by red-roofed buildings and tiled walls, bordered by sun-laden cliffs, and inhabited by majestic palaces once occupied by royalty.
A trip to Dubrovnik is like a step back in time. As soon as you enter the city gates, you’ll be transported to a world filled with lively squares, awe-inspiring fortresses, and ornate palaces. But what’s even more breathtaking is that the city is perched directly on the shimmery blue waters of the Adriatic Sea.
Welcome to the coastal, capital city of Portugal; Lisbon. Lisbon is located towards the middle of the country and sits on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Pastel buildings, numerous museums, Fado music and fascinating […]