1. Exploring the mysteries of Buzludzha Monument: a time capsule of socialist Bulgaria
The monument was abandoned in the early 1990s after the fall of communism in Bulgaria, and it has since become a popular destination for urban explorers and photographers
2. Andalucía’s Ronda is truly a sight to behold
Ronda, a small town in southern Spain, is a place where the mountains and the sea meet in a breathtaking natural landscape. The town's history and architecture are as rich as its natural beauty. Surrounded by impressive rock formations, the town is built around a deep valley called "El Tajo". Overlooking the valley are the famous "Puente Nuevo" and the medieval "Puente Viejo" bridges, which offer stunning views of the town and the valley
3. 6 things to do in Zambia that will blow your mind
Zambia, in southern Africa, is a landlocked country of rugged terrain and diverse wildlife, with many parks and safari areas. On its border with Zimbabwe is famed Victoria Falls – indigenously called Mosi-oa-Tunya, or "Smoke That Thunders” – plunging a misty 108m into narrow Batoka Gorge. Spanning the Zambezi River just below the falls is Victoria Falls Bridge, a spectacular viewpoint
4. Stepping into the iconic charm of Pisa, Italy
Known for its legendary Leaning Tower, this Tuscan treasure is a fusion of rich history and vibrant culture. Beyond the tower, you'll find bustling piazzas, exquisite cuisine, and architectural marvels
5. Discover the Ireland’s best road trips with us
The Irish natural environment with its landscapes and seascapes is one of the top reasons overseas tourists choose Ireland. From the cliffs at Slieve League, to the Connemara National Park and the golden beaches of Wexford, our scenery represents our sense of place and defines our identity
6. Dive into a sugar-coated adventure at Candy Cane Mountain, Azerbaijan
Candy Cane Mountain, a vibrant gem in Azerbaijan, is known for its iconic red and white stripes. It's a place where nature's artistry takes a playful turn, creating a landscape that's as delightful as it is unique. This sweet spot is a must-visit for those seeking a dash of whimsy in their travels
7. This has to be one of the best beaches in the world, at Wharton Beach Esperance in Western Australia
Tucked away in the south of Western Australia this is the perfect place to spend the day fishing, swimming, surfing and soaking in the incredible turquoise water 💙
8. Diving into the enchanting world of pearls at Willie Creek Pearl Farm in Western Australia’s oceanic paradise
💡The Willie Creek Pearl Farm is located in Western Australia’s stunning Kimberley region.
Have you ever explored the enchanting world of pearls at Willie Creek Pearl Farm in Western Australia?
9. Tag a friend who you’d take on a scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsundays
10. Out here waking on a cotton candy wonderland, at Hutt Lagoon, Western Australia
11. With its white sand and roaming roos, it’s easy to see why Lucky Bay in Australia was voted best beach in the world
Seeing untouched places like this reminds me why sustainable travel matters. But increased popularity strains environments. 😕
Hopefully practicing low-impact habits when visiting - staying on trails, packing out trash, etc. - can help preserve Lucky Bay’s magic! 🌎
12. For so many Western Australia is a dream destination and we can see why!
13. In Switzerland, they keep things neutral
14. Around the wonderful Switzerland
15. My Swiss Panorama
16. Incredible Switzerland 😍Who want to be here right now?
17. Countryside living in Switzerland. Would you relax at this place? 😍
18. this was my favorite spot in Portofino! At baia cannone
19. Italy’s best travel months are May, June, September, and October
They’re also the busiest and most expensive time to visit (with the north remaining just as busy throughout midsummer). Crowds aside, these months combine the convenience of peak season with pleasant weather
20. Obsessing over Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge view
The famous Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge was first erected by salmon fishermen in 1755. Suspended almost 100ft above the Atlantic Ocean, the exhilarating crossing covers a chasm connecting to the rocky island of Carrick-a-Rede. The name, from the Gaelic ‘Carraig-a-Rade’, means ‘The Rock in the Road’, an obstacle for the migrating salmon as they search for the river in which they were born. Follow in the footsteps of the vanishing fishermen by uncovering the history of Carrick-a-Rede
21. Just a polar bear on a pizza slice floating around the Amalfi Coast
22. Happiness dance in Positano
Passengers may enter Italy with up to a maximum of five pets as long as they are included in the following list: Birds (small birds with the exception of parrots, see below), dogs, cats, fish (small), common frogs, common reptiles, rodents (except rabbits and hares), common lizards and green lizards, and small turtles
23. Summer in Cinque Terre
Best places to visit:
- Riomaggiore ☀️
- Manarola ❤️
- Vernazza 🌊
- Monterosso al Mare 🏖️
- Portofino 🛥️
- San Fruttuoso 🏝️
- Portovenere 🍋
24. Save this Bucket list Spot in Mykonos🇬🇷 for later
The Most Beautiful View during the day & Sunset time🌅
25. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Greek islands by staying at Villa Deianira
Nestled on the cliffs of Corfu, the villa faces the sparkling Ionian Sea. Enjoy the Mediterranean climate from the house’s many terraces or by taking a dip in the infinity pool.
26. The sea in the eyes
27. Soak up the sun in Greece's beach paradise
28. Favorite beaches to hop to in Mallorca ⬇️
Had so much fun beach hopping around this epic island
-Calo des Moro
29. There was no one on the road to the beach or on the beach itself, at Arsanas Beach, Greece
This wasn’t even shot very early in the morning, the sun was at its highest, Thassos is just heavily underrated. But we didn’t mind. We had all of this to ourselves
30. Unveil the majesty of the mountains in Wyoming's Grand Tetons, USA
The Grand Tetons offer an unforgettable adventure. From the soaring peaks of the Teton Range to the serene beauty of Jenny Lake. Whether you're hiking, boating, or wildlife spotting
From @juliiathompson TT
31. Land of the Kings Penguins
Say hello to the largest colony of King Penguins in the world!
300,000 Kings live here, plus their offspring, at St Andrew’s Bay in South Georgia. Because of the long breeding season and sheer volume, this is a permanent colony.
Walking around here is like stepping in to your TV screen while watching NatGeo or David Attenborough - and the best bit - the sounds!