Athens (Piraeus), Greece
Visit the capital of Modern and Ancient Greece and explore , the "Old City" of Athens, Plaka, with its neoclassical buildings and shops for gifts and souvenirs.
Climb the Acropolis hill, where the Parthenon Temple dominates, and enjoy the wonderful view. Also, take a trip along the beautiful Saronic Gulf - Cape Sounion and ancient Corinth, where you can sunbathe and admire thousand years of history.
Bari on the Adriatic coast is a diverse city, which combines old with new. One of the major gateways of eastern Italy grew quickly and today is an important transport hub and an international transit center for agricultural products. The Town Hall, the University and the Theater are magnificent buildings, examples of the dynamism of the city. Wondering around is very enjoyable because the buildings are impressive and there is beauty everywhere around you. Bari is called "City of Churches" or "Milan of the South".
Known as the "Emerald Isle" because of its rich vegetation and timeless beauty, Corfu is one of the hidden treasures of the Mediterranean. The second largest of the Ionian islands, Corfu covers an area of 592 square kilometers. With the intense culture and incomparable beuaty coastline, Corfu was an inexhaustible source of inspiration for many artists and writers.
A walk along the Strantoum street and a tour of the Old City will surely take you back in time, with its old narrow streets and historical buildings that have remained virtually intact since the 13th century. High walls surround the main attractions of the town, like the great monasteries of the Dominicans and Franciscans Monks and the amazing Sponza Palace.
Fusina (Venice), Italy
Fusina is a town located in the mainland of Venice, Italy.
Fusina is also home to several industrial and commercial activities, including a large petroleum refinery, which is one of the biggest in Italy. The town has a population of around 2,500 people and offers a range of services, such as shops, restaurants, and hotels, to visitors and residents alike.
Hvar, is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea, nearby the coast of Dalmatia. The island, unusual for the area, has a large fertile plain and running waters. Landscape is characterized by hillsides covered with pine forests and vineyards, by olive groves, orchards and fields of lavender in rural areas.
Santorini is a unique island of extraordinary beauty and rich culture going back to praehistoric ages
Perched high above the beaches with black sand and crystal sea waters, access to Fira town becomes in three ways - by cable car, donkey or on foot. Regardless the way you choose to get there, the amazing sight of whitewashed houses that hang on the edge of the cliff will enchant you. Visit the site of Akrotiri , one of the most important archaeological sites in the world, and have a sightseeing tour to this prehistoric settlement, a city like Pompeii. Do not miss the opportunity to visit a local "Bodega" in the stunning village of Oia at the top of the cliff.
In the southeastern edge of Kotor Bay, is located the namesake city, with its medieval color intact, a World Heritage site, under the protection of UNESCO. The walls of the city, stretching for 4.5 kilometers, were gradually growing over the centuries and nowadays create points with stunning view. The natural beauty is inherent in the rich history and tradition, and a host of cultural events organized every year in the region, attract many tourists to the medieval natural harbor of Adriatic. The traces of Illyrians, of the Roman culture,of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque era, are particularly strong and are reflected in the many attractions and monuments of different historical periods.
Split is a Mediterranean city of exceptional beauty, surrounded by lush pine forests and stands of wildflowers, dating 1700 years ago. Wander through the old cobbled streets and discover the imposing Palace of Diocletian in the heart of the city or catch a ferry to visit the picturesque Ivari island, famous for its fine wines Ntalmatia.
Trieste is a city port in northeastern Italy and one of the most cultural Italian cities. It is an old city, part of the Habsburg Monarchy. The Miramare Castle is of superb architecture with plenty of trees, lotus flowers and a pond with swans. The city Hall is spectacular, especially at night, while visitors can also admire the Arch of Ricardo, built in 33 BC. As a cultural city, Trieste has a lot of theatres, like the Opera Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi, as well as museums. The Port of Trieste is one of the largest commercial ports in Europe.
Zadar is a coastal town and seaport of Croatia, located north of Split. The city has been inhabited since the 7th century BC. The old town is built on a peninsula, surrounded by a wall and is completely built up, with the typical architecture of medieval cities. The modern Zadar is a tourist city and major sights are the octagonal church of Agios Donatos (9th century) with its impressive bell tower, the Cathedral of St. Anastasia (9th-12th century) and the Roman market near Zeleni square.