The Netherlands is ideal for tulip growing due to its extended spring season and cool nights. Tulip bulbs, which prefer well-drained but moist soil, thrive in the ideal growing conditions provided by the polders' continuously drained soil.Large portions of The Netherlands are transformed into a vibrant patchwork quilt by the tulips from the middle of March to the end of May. If you visit The Netherlands in April, see the tulips; you will find fields bursting with beautiful colours everywhere.
Even though fishing has dropped, it is still an essential aspect of village life in Clovelly, which was once a thriving fishing port and was known for its herring and mackerel. Today, Clovelly is renowned for its lobsters (and crabs), sent to countries like France and Spain.
Few places on Earth provide such a diverse spectrum of natural beauty as Italy, from rugged peaks and verdant hills to turquoise lakes and white-sand beaches. On the other hand, the island of Capri is easily one of the most beautiful (and glamorous) places in the country.
Umbria, the green heart of Italy, is a region snuggled between Lazio, Tuscany, and Marche with a truly unique natural and historical inheritance. It is a region where natural wonders such as Lake Trasimeno, the Sibillini Mountains, and the Marmore Falls alternate; figures such as St. Francis and St. Clare and artists such as Giotto and Pinturicchio have resided in various settings.
Seville is well-known worldwide for its culture, monuments, traditions, and artistic heritage. This is the birthplace of Flamenco and the location of the most spectacular Easter processions. However, Seville is also the neuralgic centre of the south of Spain, a vibrant city full of possibilities.
Edinburgh, one of the most beautiful cities in the United Kingdom, rises from the wide Firth of Forth to a high, rocky pinnacle crowned by Edinburgh Castle's stone walls and towers. The Scottish capital is a cultural and artistic hub, mainly known for its festivals.
The Transfagarasan is a 150-kilometre road that runs across Romania's highest mountain, the Fagaras. It's little surprise that the Top Gear crew called it the best road in the world, with gorgeous mountain scenery, breathtaking lakes, fortresses, old cathedrals, and innumerable waterfalls.