Europe

Verdon Gorge, France

The stunning Verdon Gorge is a river canyon in the southeastern section of France. The gorge is home to the Verdon River, known for its starling turquoise waters. The Verdon Gorge is a limestone canyon over 15 miles (25 kilometers)… Read More ›

Douro Valley, Portugal

The Douro valley was once only known for producing port and Mateus – the party staple of the 1970s. Today, this beautiful area along and around the river Douro, which flows from Porto, is one of the best destinations for… Read More ›

Lünersee , Austria

The Lünersee is situated in the Brandnertal region in Austria. It lays at a height of 1970 metres and can be easily reached with the Lünersee cable car. This alpine lake is one of the biggest storage lakes in Vorarlberg…. Read More ›

Jura, France

Concealed by Alpine peaks and rolling, wooded hills, Jura—France’s smallest wine region—has long been shielded from the swarms that descend upon Burgundy to the west and Switzerland to the east. But in recent years, the Jura’s highly idiosyncratic, oxidative wines… Read More ›

Fiordo Di Furore , Italy

Furore is a typical town on the Amalfi Coast, particularly known for its fjord. The latter consists of a striking recess of the sea, located on the way out of an overhanging valley. This deep cleft in the rock was originally formed… Read More ›

Reine, Norway

The breathtaking village of Reine is located on the island of Moskenesøya on northern Norway’s Lofoten archipelago. With red and white fishermen’s huts dotting the shoreline and surrounding peaks of granite shooting out of the Reinefjorden, the village has earned… Read More ›

Val D’orcia, Tuscany

The landscape of Val d’Orcia is part of the agricultural hinterland of Siena, redrawn and developed when it was integrated in the territory of the city-state in the 14th and 15th centuries to reflect an idealized model of good governance… Read More ›