Dubrovnik (Croatia). 'Croatia’s most popular attraction, Dubrovnik is a Unesco World Heritage Site for good reason. This immense walled city was relentlessly shelled during Croatia’s 1990s Homeland War. Now, its mighty walls, monasteries, medieval churches, graceful squares and fascinating residential quarters all look magnificent again.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/croatia/dubrovnik

Dubrovnik (Croatia). 'Croatia’s most popular attraction, Dubrovnik is a Unesco World Heritage Site for good reason. This immense walled city was relentlessly shelled during Croatia’s 1990s Homeland War. Now, its mighty walls, monasteries, medieval churches, graceful squares and fascinating residential quarters all look magnificent again.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/croatia/dubrovnik

Halstatt Lake in Austria is surrounded by the resort area Salzkammergut. Photo by Yuri Yavnik

Halstatt Lake in Austria is surrounded by the resort area Salzkammergut. Photo by Yuri Yavnik

Church Of Santa Maria dell’Isola at dusk, Tropea, Calabria, Italy BookMyTicket | India’s No 1 Travel Site Book Flights, Hotels, Holiday Packages, Visa, Passport, Movie, Resorts, Bus Tickets www.bookmyticket.com or just give us MISSCALL 022–66209999

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Verona clamps down on tourists visiting Romeo and Juliet's balcony

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Hallstatt, Austria I love this town!!!!! Only been there once...........................v

Hallstatt, Austria I love this town!!!!! Only been there once...........................v

Salt   Best for a moment of quiet contemplation, Salt offers a welcome retreat from the hubbub of central London. Sandwiched between Holborn and Covent Garden, the narrow space remains calm throughout busy periods and even over the weekend, letting visitors actually stop to savour their lunch. Linger over the lengthy menu of fresh breads, soups and salads or indulge that sweet tooth with a dense chocolate brownie.  Address: 34 Great Queen Street, Covent Garden, WC2B 5AA.

Salt Best for a moment of quiet contemplation, Salt offers a welcome retreat from the hubbub of central London. Sandwiched between Holborn and Covent Garden, the narrow space remains calm throughout busy periods and even over the weekend, letting visitors actually stop to savour their lunch. Linger over the lengthy menu of fresh breads, soups and salads or indulge that sweet tooth with a dense chocolate brownie. Address: 34 Great Queen Street, Covent Garden, WC2B 5AA.

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