Set on the striking Gulf of Salerno, Amalfi allures you with its beautiful hills, multi-hued buildings, locals slurping fresh limoncello and fresh breeze
A cultural hub and capital of Isle of Skye, Portree is a harbour town that is located just a drive away from major cities like Inverness and Glassgow.
Chinon is a pre-historic town along the banks of Vienne River and is pleasingly French in its appearance. A strategically important town in the past, Chinon is known for its Chteau de Chinon and delectable range of wines.
Named after 8th-century Muladi duke, named Ibn Marwan, this pretty town was once a powerful epicentre of modern-day Portugal and this is clearly visible from the mighty wall we see as we enter the town.
A medieval town in Suffolk, England, the first thing you will notice about this place is its array of old houses merrily dotted along its cobbled streets.
A petite village that hides its artistic side under its cosy appearance, this is where famous Irish painters P. Henry, J.B. Yeats, G. Dillon and N. Reid painted their work.
Slavonice – Czech Republic
A small city that is just a mile away from the Austrian border and is just couple of hour’s drive away from Prague, Slanovice displays mind-blowing medieval renaissance architecture and buildings belonging to the 14th to 16th century.