The most famous bell in Europe, perhaps even in the world, Big Ben, is one of the iconic landmarks of London.
This majestic palace is the official residence of British monarchs and is usually recognized as a symbol of UK's monarchy.
Built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair, Eiffel Tower became the world's tallest man-made structure until the Chrysler Building…
This fascinating bridge is not only one of London's icons, but also one of the best-known bridges in the world.
The largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire is a must-see when in Rome.
Designed by John Nash in 1830, Trafalgar Square is the largest square in London.
The largest art museum in the world is located inside the Louvre Palace which was once the residence of the French kings.
Probably the most famous fountain in the world, Trevi was constructed in 1762 by Nicola Salvi.
First inhabited by Benedictine monks back in the 10th century, this Gothic church is one of the most important icons of London.
This 50 meters tall Neoclassical arch is dedicated to the soldiers who lost their lives during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars.
The official residence of the Spanish royalty is a must-see. However, spotting the king here will be hard, as it is used only for state…
Madrid's central square is dominated by a bronze statue of King Philip III, dating back to 1616.
The most famous central square is the official starting point for Spain's 6 National Roads.
An example of Moorish architecture standing on the highest hill of Portugal.
Santa Justa Elevator is the only vertical public lift of Lisbon and is 45 meters high.
Called "The Church of the Divine Wisdom", this majestic building, which held the title of the largest church in the world for over nine…
One of the dominants of the old part of Istanbul is also known as the Blue Mosque, thanks to the blue paint used to decorate the interior.
A major shopping location where you can hunt for fairly priced souvenirs, smashing golden jewelry or clothes.
Built in the 15th century, this palace used to be the sultans' residence.
Completed in the 14th century, it was the tallest point in the city and it still dominates the skyline of Istanbul.
This complex of historical monuments is the most important landmark of the city and a majestic symbol of ancient Greek culture.