Emilia-Romagna, an Italian region officially born on 7th June 1970, by the union of two historical regions: Emilia and Romagna. It borders with one of the smallest
Cyprus, the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea after the Italian islands of Sicily and Sardinia; due to the geographical location, straddling East and West it
In the deep south of Italy, in Basilicata, there is a village named Acerenza; it’s a magical place where time seems to have nicely stopped, creating a
In the northern part of the Adriatic Sea there is the Venice lagoon, enchanting a romantic locality; a must for all international tourists visiting northern Italy.
In the south of Poland there is a village that seems coming out from a storybook or a Walt Dysney’s film, a kind of magical movie set…
Berlin, one of the most beautiful and historically important European capitals. Its monuments give it a special charm, the Berlin Wall and the Brandenburg Gate are just
“Valle d’Aosta” is the smallest Italian region, just over 127.000 inhabitants. It’s located in the extreme north-west of Italy where it borders with Switzerland and France and
Italy is a country with over 7,000 kilometers of coastline, due to its unique geology and its location; so, a lot of beautiful and romantic seaside villages
The Amalfi Coast, a beautiful Italian coastal area, an attraction for tourists from around the world and of which, The Golden Scope has already spoken in the
Hungary is one of the Eastern European countries most historically interesting, with a lot of architecturally significant monuments and historic buildings.
Perhaps not everyone knows that nature
Austria is one of the European countries that have not access to the sea. However, it is crossed by a large river: the Danube and Carinthia, the