Not many destinations can boast such a great deal of scenery, history and culture as England. The southwest with its rugged shoreline and overwhelming national parks while London, its vibrant capital dominates the southeast. Enthusiastic hikers can trek along the spectacular Jurassic, beautiful inland Dorset and the Lake District.
Home to more than 80 million people. With sixteen federal provinces and a landscape extremely diverse: from impressive cities like Berlin and Munich to the spectacular beauty of the Black Forest and the Rhine Valley. Anyone expecting a homogenous country full of stiff stereotypes is in for a shock. Germany has shaken off its infamous past to rise as a country of much diversity, as notable for its futuristic architecture as for its horizon-wide rural views.
The largest country in Western Europe, home to 58.3 million people. Frequently top of the list among the world's most popular tourist destinations, The French have it all, from glamorous beaches and fairy-tale castles to breathtaking country and undoubtedly incredibly stylish cities.
With its worldwide celebrated nightlife and cuisine and wildly original festivals, revolutionary contemporary design, carefully preserved natural spaces and a stunning network of rural accommodation, urban towns that displaying architectural gems, with Roman, Gothic, and Baroque churches, Moorish fortresses and Renaissance palaces, Spain has it all.
United States of America
America is almost a collection of countries within a country, with huge contrasts in landscapes and culture waiting to be explored. With its vast plains, flurry mountains, beautiful woods and extraordinary rock formations, towering skyscrapers and a fascinating multicultural pot, the United States of America is an anthology of experiences one should not fail to visit.
Not many countries in the world can offer as many choices to the traveller as Canada does. The west is renowned for its striking countryside; the Eastern Canada combines a European charisma with the buzz of New York with its pavement cafés, al fresco dining and street performances; The Northern with incomparable wildlife spotting. During the 18th century, the Anglo-French war over Canada ended with the capitulation of New France to the English. The Americans made a number of efforts to seize control of Britain's Canadian territories after Britain's defeat in the American War of Independence, but failed. Canada now promotes itself as a country of peace, most notably in recent times in its opposition to the USA-led war against Iraq. Canada governs itself independently but still has the British monarch as its head of state, with relatively little dissent. These factors are typical of a country that somehow succeeds in unifying incredible range. After all, it spans six time zones and borders three oceans.
From its infinite coastline fringed with postcard perfect beaches and islands to the call of the jungle of the Amazonian to the nightlife in Rio and Sao Paulo, to the passion of its people and its world famous Carnival, Brazil is a thrilling celebration of beauty and nature.