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The Pyrenees are mountains in a class of their own. Stretching over 440 km, from the shores of the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean, and spreading from 30 to 50 km across, they create a natural barrier between the Iberian peninsula and the rest of Europe.
The Benelux is the union of three countries each of which gave part of its name to the communal entity: Belgium donated the “Be”, the Netherlands the “ne”, and Luxembourg the “lux”.
Here’s a trip that for many westerners 20 years ago would have been unthinkable but is now one of the most tempting, interesting of trips; exploring the Baltic States, the Amber Countries!
Beautiful beaches, marvelous sea, food that nobody can resist. And that's just a small part of the beauty of the Mediterranean region!
The past, the present, and the future achieve a unique symbiosis in the British Isles.
The Danube - It is the second largest river in Europe after the Volga, and pan-European river par excellence.
The Atlantic Coast - The region is perfect for hiking and equally attractive to scuba diving enthusiasts: divers can choose among numerous wrecks to explore. So get your masks and tanks!
The Balkan Peninsula is a land of ceaseless undulations; its unusual shape seems to sweep Europe towards the south and towards Asia.
The Black Sea - In Georgia. Watch the prayerful dance of the Sufis? In Turkey. Hear some of the most haunting and beautiful Grammy-winning music?
The Rhine, one of Europe’s great rivers, brings to mind wine, beautiful landscapes, leisurely cruises, and bewitching riverside towns.
These mountains also exemplify Europe as a group of countries with breathtaking natural attractions in common. This famous mountain range extends across no fewer than seven European countries.
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