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Riquewihr wine route village, Alsace, France

The Alsace region of France is the thin eastern edge adjoining Germany, stretching from Strasbourg in the North to Mulhouse in the south. It is well know for its distinctive wines found along the Route du Vin with its medieval villages, the Vosges mountains offer skiing, hiking and views across to the Alps.

Medieval Castello castle at the back of Palazzo Madama, Turin, Italy

Turin is in the north of Italy within sight of the Alps. It has a rich history including as the homne of the Turin shroud and the capital of the Duchy of Savoy.

Palais des Papes, Palace of the Popes in Avignon, Provence, France

Provence is the French province in the far south-west of the country stretching from the Italian border and the alps to Avignon, the historic home of many Popes, and Arles with its surviving Roman architecture.

Street scene, Naples, Italy

Naples is the third largest city in Italy overlooked by mount Vesuvius on the bay of Naples south of Rome. It's an edgy city with many narrow alleyways surrounding the historic UNESCO World Heritage centre. The city is the home of pizza and you are never far away from a restaurant selling slices.

Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris

Paris, the French capital, is famously beautiful with numerous outstanding tourist attractions and subjects for photography. This page shows just a few impages of some of the most well known including Notre Dame and the Louvre museum pyramid.

Palazzo dei Notai on Piazza Maggiore, Bologna, Italy

Bologna, in the Emilia-Romagna Region of northern Italy, has a rich cultural history including the world's oldest university. A large number of medieval towers remain standing giving the city a distinctive look.

Grand Canal, Vaporetto ferries and Dorsoduro, Venice, Italy

Venice is a truely unique city, built in a lagoon with canals instead of roads and a labyrinth of alleyways to explore. The great Venetian Republic made the city rich and prosperous allowing its residents to build a dazzling array of churches and palaces which stand to this day as museums, hotels and private houses.

Colosseum in Rome at dusk

Rome, the capital of Italy, is treasure trove of ancient Roman architecture.

Cathedral and town of Barga, Garfagnana, Tuscany, Italy

The Tuscany region of Italy is the home of the Italian Renaissance. It's beautiful landscape and pretty cities such as Pisa and Lucca make it one of the most visited regions in Italy.

Pena Palace, Sintra, Portugal

The town of Sintra lies about 20 miles west of the capital Lisbon. It is a town of many former royal palaces, in the town centre as well as in the nearby hills.