Ancient Greece’s imposing temples, striking citadels, preserved theatres and iconic monuments are among the most impressive archaeological sites in the world and provide visitors with an extraordinary insight into ancient times.
Scattered across the Aegean Sea off the coast of Turkey, the far-flung northeastern Aegean Islands are probably Greece’s best-kept secrets.
The Eiffel Tower is perhaps the most recognizable man-made structure in the world. Towering over the skyline of Paris, it’s the preeminent symbol of France, embodying in its monumental iron latticework the optimism of the Industrial Revolution and the hopes of Western Civilization.
The castles dotting the European landscape are each worthy of their very own fairytale. These magnificent structures have survived wars, fires, dozens of generations, and stood the test of time.
Often referred to as the green heart of Italy, Umbria is a treasure trove of exploration. You couldn’t possibly ignore Umbria’s fertile landscape, olive groves or seducing vineyards.