Paris is one of my favourite cities in the whole world and by now you’re already aware of that! If I had to choose another place to live I’m sure the city of the lights would be the lucky winner (however by now I’m very happy with the tranquillity and tradition that Coimbra offers me). I’ve told you before that the view from Notre Dame is , for me, the most beautiful of all and that’s why this header made sense to me.
Lake Bled, in Slovenia was one the most beautiful places I’ve ever visited. It’s peaceful and perfect for resting. The views of the Bled are mesmerizing and all the blue in this particular one is a pretty cool reminder of the beauty of this amazing lake.
Londinium at the time of the Roman invasion, Lundenwic in the Saxon times, London as we know it nowadays is indeed an amazing city. Back in the 90s Notting Hill was eternalized in the movie with the same name and the Houses of the Parliament are unequivocally one the most amazing architecture models of all time.
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S. Miguel is probably the most famous of the 9 Azores Islands. Known as the Green Island it is indeed a fabulous, welcoming and unforgettable place to visit. Due to the generally tepid, oceanic, subtropical climate, with mild annual oscillations these islands allow us to experience an absolutely breath-taking explosion colours, natural beauty and outstanding landscapes.
Serra da Estrela is is the highest mountain range in Continental Portugal. Situated between the municipalities of Seia, Manteigas, Gouveia, Guarda and Covilhã, it is famous for its bizarrely shaped crags and gorges, mountain streams and lakes, beautiful forests and magnificent views, constituting one of Portugal’s most outstanding scenic attractions.
Lowther Castle is located in Penrith, Cumbria and its gardens were abandoned in 1935, but before that they represented centuries of careful cultivation by successive generations of the Lowther family. The castle and its grounds have been transferred to a charity called the Lowther Castle and Gardens Trust a few years back, so that the restoration would begin. Although the site opened to the public in 2011, the full restoration of the garden is expected to take 20 to 25 years. It is a very beautiful place to visit if you’re around The Lake District.
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