Cyprus, Greece

Cyprus, located in the eastern Mediterranean, is an island rich in history and culture. For centuries, it has been a crossroads for the Ottoman, Byzantine, and British Empires, with each leaving its mark on the island. The northern part of the island, known as the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus”, is an unrecognized state. However, the Greek part of Cyprus, located in the south, is a vibrant, modern country that is part of the European Union. Continue reading Cyprus, Greece

Old Town of Corfu, Greece

The Old Town of Corfu, Greece, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see destination for anyone visiting the area. Located on the eastern side of the Ionian Sea, it features a unique mix of Venetian and British influences, which have been preserved in the town’s architecture. Continue reading Old Town of Corfu, Greece

Valletta, Malta

Situated in the Mediterranean Sea, Valletta is the capital city of Malta and a majestic World Heritage Site declared by UNESCO in 1980, due to its unique blend of urban architecture and history. The city is an exciting mix of culture, art, history, and vibrant atmosphere. An Unesco heritage city as it is recognized for its many historic buildings, baroque architecture and fortifications. Continue reading Valletta, Malta