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Montenegro remains one of Europe’s hidden gems… but for how much longer? Independent since 2006, the country has been quietly developing its fledg...
For first-time visitors, Slovenia looks as if it has more in common with its Alpine neighbours of Austria and Italy, than those of former Yugoslavia.
Tucked away in the eastern Pyrenees, the tiny Principality of Andorra is a land of narrow valleys and mountainous landscapes that’s popular for skii...
As the wealthiest nation in Europe and one of the founding fathers of the EU, it’s safe to say little Luxembourg is punching well above its weight. ...
From precipitous glaciers to steep-sided gorges and crystalline fjords, Norway’s natural beauty is impossible to overstate. The unspoilt wilderness ...
The “boring” tag is laughable – Belgium, pretty and creative, is one of Europe’s most underrated travel destinations. Beer, chocolate and moul...
Occupying a stunning stretch of the Adriatic coastline, Croatia is one of Europe's top seaside destinations. Boasting more than 1,100 islands, the cou...
There aren’t many countries in Europe where farmers still drive horse-drawn wagons and covered markets dominate over shopping malls, but then Romani...

City guides

Encircled by mountains and straddling the river of Salzach, the beautiful Austrian city of Salzburg has a dramatic setting that matches its own baroqu...
It might be most famous for the Beatles and its two high-flying football clubs but scratch the surface and you’ll swiftly realise that there’s mor...
With its historical façades, paved squares, meandering streets and thermal springs, Aix-en-Provence simply overflows with charm.
Seville is the birthplace of traditional Andalusian architecture, larger-than-life festival celebrations and flamboyant cultural arts.
Barcelona is the city of Gaudi and the ultimate Olympic success story that consistently ranks high on lists of top travel destinations. The 1992 Olymp...
Set on the Franco-German border, and at various times a part of both countries, Strasbourg has more claim than most to be the symbolic heart of modern...
Picturesque Porto is much more than just a place of pilgrimage for port wine lovers, although this unique industry is among the many attractions of Po...
Vilnius, the least known and visited of the three Baltic State capitals, had for decades reclined in the shadows, but all that changed when Lithuania ...

Ski resorts

Alpbach is located in the Alpbachtal region of the Austrian Tyrol, within the Kitzbüheler Alpen (Kitzbühel Alps) mountain range. The village is l...
Verbier is situated on the eastern side of the Val de Bagnes, within the Valais canton. This French-speaking part of Switzerland is in the southwes...
Saalbach-Hinterglemm is located in the Glemm Valley, which is within the Zell am See region in the Austrian Kitzbühel Alps. The ski resort is with...
Vemdalen is located in the west of Sweden, roughly midway between the northern and southern tips of the country. The distance to Stockholm is aroun...
Pamporovo lies in the centre of the Rhodope mountain chain in southwestern Bulgaria, 260km (162 miles) from the capital Sofia. The range borders Gr...
Bad Gastein is located in the Gastein Valley, within the westerly Austrian province of Salzburger Land. The local Hohe Tauern Mountains are a part ...
La Rosière is located in the Savoie region of the French Alps. The resort lies high above the mountain town of Bourg-Saint-Maurice, across the val...
Pas de la Casa ski resort is part of the Grandvalira ski area, which takes up much of the northeastern region of the small principality of Andorra....
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