Prague Old Town is located in Vltava River, central Bohemia and it is the largest city of Czech Republic. The Prague Old City has been included in the World Heritage Sites of UNESCO. It has also been called the golden city. The Prague Old Town has its origin from the 13th century, but only got its name in the 14th century when the new town was formed. It has been the Old Town Square with the presence of the church and the town hall in the center. Some of the famous sites to spend time in the old town of Prague are Powder Gate, Municipal House
Castle Hill Sightseeing – The Budapest Castle complex of buildings is on the west side of the Danube river and perched up on Castle Hill overlooking the Danube. On Castle Hill in Budapest, there are many sights – the Vienna Gate, the remains of the Magdalen Tower, the Museum of Military History, the National Archives Buildings, etc. Beneath the Castle Hill are cellars, caves, tunnels and so on cut into the hillside. Parts of the caves have been transformed into a unique and interesting tourist attraction – The Labyrinth. The rest is bein
If you want to spend a nice day at sea, in the most southern fjord in Europe, you should definitely visit the Bay of Kotor. In fact, the so called fjord is a submerged river canyon of the disintegrated Bokelj River which used to run from the high mountain plateaus of Mount Orjen. The bay has been inhabited since antiquity and has some well preserved medieval towns.
By boat you could take a panoramic ride through the Bay of Kotor enjoying the sight of steep mountains and calm sea. Don't miss to stop at the small island 'Gospa od Skpjela', t
The Wawel Cathedral, Katedra Wawelska in Polish, was the coronation site of Polish monarchs and remains Poland's most important national sanctuary. Thanks to its 1000-year-old history and numerous treasures the Krakow cathedral is arguably the most interesting place in the whole country, with the adjacent Wawel Royal Castle being the close second. Its present 14th-century walls shelter a great variety of top-class objects of art, from Gothic to Renaissance to Baroque to Classicist to Modern. It is also the burial ground of most Polish royalty a
If Brussels is the capital of Belgium, then Grand Place has got to be the capital of Brussels. Situated at the center of the most significant city in all of Belgium. It is associated with the country's seat of power because it is outlined by two equally imposing structures: the Brussels City Hall and the King's House, presently called the Breadhouse. Every two years in August, an enormous 'flower carpet' is set up in the Grand Place for a few days. Starting from the grandeur of this impressive town square, you can then discover the fun and inte
Colosseum is an oval-shaped amphitheatre situated in the heart of Rome. One of the most identifiable landmarks of Rome, the amphitheatre was originally known as the Flavian Amphitheatre and boasted of being the largest amphitheatre ever built in the Roman Empire. One of the greatest examples of Roman architecture and engineering, Colosseum had its foundation laid between 70 and 72 AD, under the emperor Vespasian.

Interesting facts:
- At the time of its construction, the Colosseum had the capacity of seating around 50,000 spectat
Niagara Falls - the massive waterfalls - standing on the Niagara River, are world-famous for their enchanting beauty and largeness. The name Niagara has been originated from an Iroquois word 'Onguiaahra', which means 'thunder of waters'. Located on the international border, the Niagara Falls separates the Canadian province of Ontario and the American state of New York. The falls are an enormously popular tourist destination, known both for their beauty and as a valuable source of hydroelectric power in the area surrounding the falls. Its sheer
The Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris is a fine monument of Gothic architecture. The name translates as 'our Lady of Paris' in French. The Cathedral of Notre Dame was begun in 1163; construction continued for another 200 years. During the French Revolution anti-Christian extremists looted and badly damaged Notre Dame. Repair and restoration of the church did not begin until 1844. As the principal church of the Catholic archdiocese of Paris, Notre Dame is the spiritual heart of the French capital. It is also a shrine that preserves the Crown of Thor
The Kamyanets-Podilsky Castle surrounded by steep cliffs and a picturesque old town, which is situated on the river Smotrych, its history dates back to the 14th century. The town itself is a thousand year old and it reminds you of ancient European cities as walking down its uneven cobblestone streets, you can see magnificent churches and well-preserved historic buildings. The best time to visit this town is the October medieval festival, where you can learn various crafts and witness sword fighting and archery tournaments.
Jemaa El Fna is a central square at the entrance of the market in Marrakech, Morocco. This square comes alive at night, where one can enjoy shopping, eating, dining and drinking the entire night here. There are numerous stalls selling foods, drinks, nuts, dates and snails too.

Those who want a taste of old Morocco can spend at least one night at Jemaa El Fna, arriving before evening to watch the sunset first. This is followed by music played by many musicians, story tellers, dancers and total entertainment. This is total fun for tho