Amalfi is in the province of Salerno, in Campania, 35 km southeast of Naples. Located in a deep gorge, surrounded by impressive cliffs near the coast. It is a popular tourist destination in the region and is included in the World Cultural Heritage of UNESCO. The Amalfi has monuments of medieval architecture, such as the Cathedral of St.Andreas.
Sardinia has some of the clearest beaches in Italy. Also, an amazing variety of gothic baroque architecture. Cagliari is the capital of Sardinia and offers magnificent views of the Castello district, as you enter the harbor. Visit the old town and wander the narrow streets. Do sunbath in untouched beaches or snorkeling in exciting underwater caves.
Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy
Take advantage of this beautiful Italian port, Livorno, as the starting point for exploring the nearby Pisa with its famous leaning tower, or to visit the walled city of Lucca, famous for its silk and olive oil production. Otherwise drive through the countryside of Tuscany to Florence to do the best shopping in Italy and admire the statue of David by Michelangelo and other artworks of the Renaissance.
Genoa is definitely one of the busiest ports in Europe and the embarkation point for the home town of Christopher Columbus. The city borders are the ocean on one side and the mountains on the other. You can stroll the cobbled streets and find unique shopping opportunities.
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Monte Carlo, in the princedom of Monaco, has an ideal geographical position, with mild winters and sunny, warm summers.It's an ideal destination and the visitor will not get board even for a minute.One can see the Palace of Renie, the Oceanographic Museum, the Royal Chapel, where are the graves of Grimaldi, the famous Casino and the Opera.
Porto Santo Stefano, Italy
Famous for its fishing and even more famous for its seafood restaurants, Porto Santo Stefano is not that old. It began to take shape in the 15th century under the Republic of Siena, but was constantly under siege from pirates until the Spanish fortified it a century later. Today Porto Santo Stefano wears this young (in comparison to the rest of the Maremma) but colourful history on its sleeve. The countryside that surrounds the seaside town is dotted with fortresses and towers built by the Spanish to keep an eye on their many enemies. Beautifully conserved, these relics can be visited all year round.
The Passau is rich in green and the view of the river is breathtaking.
Passau is a town in Lower Bavaria, Germany. It is also known as the "City of Three Rivers," because the Danube is joined at Passau by the Inn from the south and the Ilz from the north.Tourism in Passau focuses mainly on the three rivers, the St. Stephen's Cathedral and the "Old City". The town is dominated by the Veste Oberhaus and the former fortress of the Bishop, on the mountain crest between the Danube and the Ilz rivers. Right beside the town hall is the Scharfrichterhaus, an important jazz and cabaret stage on which political cabaret is performed.
Civitavecchia is a town and comune of the province of Rome. A sea port which is located 80 kilometres west-north-west of Rome. The harbor is formed by two piers and a breakwater, on which is a lighthouse.
Discover the charm of Sorrento, a beautiful city at the top of the cliff, overlooking the Mediterranean, at the legendary Amalfi coast of Italy. Go for a ride by car or make new explorations to Vesuvius, the only active volcano in Europe and to the classical Roman city of Pompeii, the most exciting excavation uncovered from the ashes of Vesuvius. Don't forget to visit the romantic island of Capri, which is famous for its luxury villas, sea caves and stunning landscapes.
Trapani (Sicily), Italy
Trapani is a picturesque city on the west coast of Sicily. A walk in the old town offers beautiful views of the the historical buildings designed in Baroque style. Museums, basilicas and the Cathedral of San indicate the rich cultural heritage. The city is surrounded by magnificent coasts with steep cliffs and white sandy beaches. Here, tourists get the experience of water activities such as sailing or scuba diving. The calendar is rich in local events and visitors have the opportunity to taste the wonderful wines and the local flavors.
Dated in 17th century, the old city of Tunis, which was built on a slope, is one of the best kept secrets of the Mediterranean. Wander the narrow streets and countless passes of Medina - World Heritage Site of UNESCO. Explore the maze of streets in Medina, the Ottoman decorated doors and vast bazaars, which echo the sound of metallurgists, hat craftsmen, carpet sellers and the shrill voice of "muezzin" calling the faithful to pray.