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Top 5 places to visit after the COVID-19 lockdown

 Let's face it - the COVID-19 pandemic has brought a whole new reality in our daily routine. However, this fact doesn't stop us from dreaming of planning our next best trip! 

Countless places on Earth, various landscapes and sceneries, and a huge variety of destinations to choose from - it really seems a tough decision.

Don't panic; we're here to help you! Here are our top 5 places to visit this summer:


1. Limassol, Cyprus

Limassol is the second biggest city of Cyprus and the southest city in Europe. Being known as “Neapolis” during the   Byzantine era, the city is estimated to be inhabited for the past 2000 years, based on archaeological burial artifacts. The   history of the city is largely associated to the Third Crusade after being captured by the King of England, Richard the   Lionheart on 1190 (one year later, it was sold to Guy de Lusignan, a fact which started the establishment of the Medieval   Kingdom of Cyprus). In the years that followed, Limassol changed many rulers; Venetians, Ottoman Turks and, finally,   British. In the modern years, Limassol has undergone a rapid development in economy and culture,  which has made the   city a very popular tourist destination. Apart from its beautiful marina, the city’s Medieval Castle, the Archaeological   Museum and the Oleastro Olive Park & Museum are among the city’s top attractions. Close to Limassol, the tourists can   also visit the archaeological site of Kourion, the Sanctuary of Apollo and the Akrotiri Salt Lake (which is one of the few   wetlands of the eastern Mediterranean).


 2. Santorini, Greece 


 Imagine having a walk in the caldera, watching the "most beautiful sunset in the world", seeing the pictersque white a blue   traditional houses... What else could someone ask for? The island of Santorini is a part of the Cyclades complex and one of the most popular destinations in Europe. Having one of the few active volcanoes left in Greece, one can tell how much special this island is: its dry soil is home to the world-wide famous wine vinsanto, while the island's numerous luxury     resorts, trendy restaurants and multiple other facilities have not affected the traditional way its inhabitants spend their lives in. 


 3. Sveti Stefan, Montenegro


  Sveti Stefan (St Stephen) is a fortified islet, which has now been converted to a luxury 5-star resort. The islet has been fortified during the 15th century, in order to protect its inhabitants from the Ottoman attacks and the pirates raids. It has also been the summer residence of Queen Marija Karadjordjevic, on which a villa has been built during the 30’s, in order to host the queen. Nowadays, Sveti Stefan island is being featured on magazine covers as one of the most luxurious and elegant summer resorts in Europe.


4. Dubrovnik, Croatia



Dubrovnik, southern Croatia, is one of the most famous cities of the country, a prominent tourist destination across the Mediterranean for the past years and the ideal scenery for the on screen depiction of the capital city of Westeros, the fantasy world described in George Martin’s book series “Game of Thrones” - which means, it definitely has a lot to offer to the visitor! The Old Town is breathtaking, while walking the path through the city’s Medieval Walls offers beautiful views of the whole city. For those who are not afraid of heights, seeing Dubrovnik and the Adriatic coasts from atop by riding one of the city’s cable cars is an experience of a lifetime. The Sponza Palace is a fine example of the Renaissance architecture, while the Baroque Cathedral is a real gem among the city’s monuments. The visitor can take a closer look to the city’s maritime history and tradition in one of the richest museums of Croatia, the Maritime Museum, founded since 1949.For those who prefer spending their holidays swimming under the sun, Dubrovnik will not disappoint you. There are several nice beaches both in the city (like Saint Jakov beach) and on the islands close to the city (such as Sunj Beach in Lopud Island).


5. Piran, Slovenia


 The vibrant, colorful city of Piran is located in the region of Slovenian Istria, southeastern part of the country, facing the homonymous gulf of the Adriatic Sea. The city has changed multiple rulers throughout the centuries; which is not necessarily a drawback....The long foreign rule on the city has left its imprint on Piran’s identity – until the 1950’s the official language was Italian, while strong Italian influences can be  found in the local architecture and cuisine. The main square of city is Tartini square (surrounded by colourful buildings and dedicated to the composer Giuseppe Tartini), while the Bell Tower (a copy of the San Marco Campanile in Venice) is a fine example of the Venetian architecture that was dominant in the city for centuries. The Medieval Walls of the city offer a panoramic view of Piran and its surrounding area, while the beautiful alleys of the Old Town are the city’s main protagonists. There are 3 beautiful beaches in the proximity of the city, perfect for enjoying the sun in the Adriatic: Fornače, Piran Beach & Fiesa.



Countless options, equally beautiful one to another.

No matter what you choose, always remember: #staysafe!

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