Mount Ai-Petry, Crimea, Ukraine Located on the Kastron mountain, the fortress of Cembalo is also nice to visit. It's a facade of spectacular views overlooking the sea off the Bay of Balaklava. Just looking at this picture gives me vertigo though.
Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland From the capital of Iceland, you’ll need to get on a once-weekly plane to Greenland and then get a helicopter ride to this small, colorful town which sits by the longest glacial river system in the world.
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic: This town was first founded in the century and little has changed since then. Stepping into the castle grounds is like going back in time, specially if you go during the Renaissance festival which is held every June.
Lofoten Islands, Norway: a group of islands found in Northern Norway, within the arctic circle. The islands are home to seductively quaint fishing villages, the world’s deepest coral reef and amazing views of the Northern lights.
Quinta da Regaleira (a.a “Palace of Monteiro the Millionaire”) is an estate located near the center of Sintra, Portugal. Quinta da Regaleira is probably the biggest tourist attractions of Sintra. Quinta da Regaleira includes a Romantic palace
Melissani Cave, Greece In Greek mythology, nymphs (female nature deities) inhabited this breathtaking cave and lured men in with their beauty. Under a high sun, the amazingly blue is illuminated for any lucky swimmers.
The peacock room in Castello di Sammezzano, Tuscany. Within the abandoned castle Castello di Sammezzano, you can find the Peacock Room. A hidden jewel, it features intricate Moorish designs and a breathtaking assortment of patterns and colors.
Leptis Magna (Tripoli, Libya) was once a major city of the Roman Empire. Now, its ruins act as an adventurer's playground. If you want to experience the amazing sights of ancient Rome, but avoid competing with the crowds, this is the place to go.