Edenkoben, one of many charming villages along the German Wine Route, is home to the former summer residence of Bavarian kings, a chairlift up the Rietburg mountain and a remarkable garden re-established where Cistercian sisters once tended beautiful gardens.
Situated in the Mediterranean, there is a gem. Though this beauty may be known for its vivacious atmosphere, the towns, locals, food and beaches are what make this island one worth coming back to. We’re talking about Ibiza, the “Isla Blanca” (white island) of the Balearic Sea.
Good things take time. Italy’s Lago di Garda, the country’s largest lake, and a stunner at that, was formed 1.5 million years ago, and the basin that holds it is the result of geological events that took place over the course of 200 million years.