Dawn in Bangkok
Breda, The Neterlands
Breda is a city in the west of the province North Brabant and has over 170,000 inhabitants. It is a very cozy and social city, partly due to the large number of students that live in the city.
The Grote Kerk (Church of Our Lady) is the most important monument and a landmark of Breda. The church is built in the Brabantine Gothic style. The tower of the church is 97 meters tall. The plan is in the shape of a Latin Cross.
A beach in Biarritz
'Pack the pearls, tune up the Bugatti' was the cry for bright young things coming here in the 1920s. Now it's attracting dressed-down surfers and roving foodie foragers
High in the hills behind the French Riviera is the old-world antidote to the flashy hubbub of the coast: a pocket of cobbled towns where the air is deliciously cool and the sky is rosé pink
Houses on Prinsengracht canal in Amsterdam
The Prinsengracht – named after William the Silent, Prince of Orange and the first Dutch royal – was designed as a slightly cheaper canal with smaller residences and warehouses. It also acted as a barrier against the working-class Jordaan beyond.
Skopelos - the Best Greek island...
in the middle of the walking route, Koper-Isola, Slovenia