Many call Brussels the unofficial capital of Europe…it’s also known as a chocolate lover’s paradise.
South of France has been attracting the world’s elite for several decades, as well as average travelers who want to experience the life of the rich and famous.
Florence is the capital of Tuscany, one of the 20 regions that Italy consists of. As one of the richest cities during the Middle Ages and birthplace of Renaissance, Florence has a lot to offer to its tourists.
Chances are you probably don’t know much about Belgrade – the capital of Serbia – a small country in Southeastern Europe. It’s nowhere near as famous as Rome, Madrid or, even, nearby Budapest; but in the recent years it definitely made a name for itself, especially when it comes to the nightlife, attracting more and more young tourists every year.
Due to its immense beauty, Amalfi Coast has been an inspiration for painters, musicians and poets for many centuries.
Top tourist attractions include the Cathedral, City of Arts and Sciences and Torres de Serranos.