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Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon is the capital of Portugal, located in the middle of the country on the river Targus not far from the Atlantic coast.

The Life Guards regiment of the Household Cavalry on parade at Horse Guards Parade, London

London is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world with numerous attractions, museums, monuments and landmarks. The Royal palaces and pagentry are some of the most popular things to see when visiting.

Elafonisi beach famous for pink sand, Crete, Greece

The Greek island of Crete lies well south of most other Greek islands. It is over 160 miles in length making it the largest Greek island. It has a rich history from numerous rules from Minoan through Roman and Ottoman, the island has stunning beaches, high mountains and deep gorges to explore.

Lulworth Cove, Dorset, Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, England, UK

The Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England in the country of Dorset. The name derives from the exposed rock cliffs which date to the Jurassic period and which form some interesting formations including coves and arches.

Sagrada Familia Cathedral, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

Barcelona is the capital of the region of Catalonia on the north eastern mediterranean coast of Spain. It is a major tourist destination owing to the numerous attractions such as those create by the artist Gaudi.

Pulteney Bridge over the Avon river, Bath, Somerset, England

The city of Bath in the south western English county of Somerset is known for its honey colured stone architecture as well as the remains of Roman baths in the city centre.

Chain Bridge over the Danube river and Royal Palace on Castle Hill at night, Budapest

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is a city split in two by the Danube river. One side is the flat Pest and on the other the hilly Buda. The royal palace overlooks the river and the famous Chain bridge.

Lower Slaughter village, Gloucestershire, England

The Cotswolds is an area of south England covering severalk counties but primarily Gloucestershire. It is characterised by pretty rural towns and villages built from the local Jurassic limestone which gives the houses their characteristic warm golden colour.

The Charles Bridge crossing the Vltava river and the St Vitus cathedral in Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and the historical capital of Bohemia. The city lies on the Vltava river with historic buildings on the hills to the west and the histric city centre to the east.

Valetta the capital city seen from Tigne seafront, Malta

Valletta is the capital of the tiny island nation of Malta, sat in the mediteranean sea south and Sicily. It's an ancient city, having been founded by the order of the knights of St John in the sixteenth century, which sits high on a peninsula. There are many old buildings and churches often characterised by the distinctive Maltese balconies protruding from them.