Malta may be one of the world's smallest countries, but it’s big on tourism. Each year the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino draw around a million visitors. Walking and diving are especially popular.
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia is definitely worth a visit. The city certainly has plenty to offer. Its millennia of history reach from ancient ruins to modern-day communist monuments.
The Polish town of Zakopane, sitated amid the High Tatra Mountains, is ideal for skiing and tobogganing. The town is known for its traditional wooden houses and yummy cuisine.
In ‘My little Madrid’, Marcela de la Peña writes all about her home city. In this installment of the Euromaxx extra tour, she takes us around Spain’s capital and reveals insider tips.
A stop at the Viking-age Hedeby and Danevirke sites. Plus: the traditional side by side with the modern: Bavaria in fact and fable. And: the Harz Narrow Gauge Railway is a favorite with tourists.
Lederhosen, beer and oompah music: many people associate Germany with Bavarian culture. The variety of mountains and castles are a tourist draw. Take a look at the facts and fables behind the clichés.
Heino Behring gives special tours of the land beneath the waves: the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage site. He knows the dangers that lurk when the tide begins rushing in around the North Sea island of Juist.
The Hedeby trading settlement and Danevirke defensive earthwork in northern Germany are among the world's best preserved Viking-age sites. Now, they have been included on the UNESCO World heritage list.
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