The Škocjan Caves, located in western Slovenia, are a Karstic caves. The name Karst comes from the name of the region, in which the caves are located – the Karst Plateau or the Classical Karst. Created by the river Reka, which runs for some 30 km until it disappears under the ground.
Stairs are constructions designed to cover large vertical distances. Usually, people run away when they see them, as they prefer means much faster, such as elevators. However, there are some stairs, few in the entire world, that just make people to want to step on them. Some of these stairs are in the small Spanish islet of Gaztelugatxe.
Predjama Castle is one of the most famous in Slovenia, attracting each year thousands of tourists. Located in small village of Predjama, this amazing Renaissance fortress, built within a cave, is not at all the kind of castle we’re familiar with.
Pamukkale is considered to be a real “pearl” of Turkey and is one of the most spectacular natural landscapes in the world. This special place full of mystery and romance is indeed one of the best destinations, attracting more and more tourists each year.
People have always been fascinated about sorcery and witchcraft. These occult practices have managed to awaken in humans powerful intense feelings, such as: abomination, fear, horror, repulsion, rage, curiosity, skepticism and many, many others.
A small ancient village in South-Eastern Poland, Zalipie, is definitely one of the country’s top tourist attractions. Not because it has five-stars hotels or massive glass buildings, but on the contrary, due to its small wooden cottages, which are painted in the most vibrant colors.
Ferdinand Cheval was born in 1836, in the French commune of Charmes-sur-l’Herbasse, in the Drôme department. Cheval left school when he turned 13, in order to become a baker’s apprentice, but ended up becoming a postman instead. Although he didn’t seem to be, in any way, an extraordinary man, he went on to become the creator of one of France’s cultural landmarks.