With its rattling yellow trams and colourful, cobbled streets, it’s not hard to see why Lisbon has become one of Europe’s prime tourism destinations. Perhaps it’s the sea air, the laidback vibe or the beautiful scenery, but there’s something about the Portuguese capital that simply gets under your skin.
The Five Best Views of Tallinn: Viewing Platforms and Observation Decks Perfect for Admiring the Old Town
Tallinn is a pretty city at all levels, but it takes on an almost fairytale quality the higher up you travel. With its red roofs and pretty spires, viewed from above, the Estonian capital looks completely untouched by time. And, luckily for visitors, there are plenty of viewing platforms dotted around, meaning you can admire the city from every angle.
Being the third biggest city in Spain, there’s plenty to see and do in Valencia. But, if 24 hours is all your schedule will allow, don’t despair! Here’s how we got to grips with the amazing city in just one day.
I don’t know about you, but when I hear the words “salt mines” I’m hardly filled with excitement. That’s why the first time I visited Krakow, I dismissed Wieliczka as a boring day trip for nerds and squares. However, I would soon live to regret my mistake.