Trinidad & Tobago
U.S. Virgin Islands
The Swiss Confederation spans some 41,293 square km in west-central Europe. Bounding Switzerland are Germany to the north, France to the west, Italy to the south, and Liechtenstein and Austria to the east. Around 70% of Switzerland’s terrain is mountainous, much of its land rippling along the Bernese, Rhaetian, and Pennine Alps. The mighty Rhine River drains 68% of the land here, and some 60% is either pastureland or forest.
Monteverde (meaning "Green Mountain") is a small town in the Puntarenas province of Costa Rica, nestled in the steep Tilarán mountain range... Read More
Nice is irresistably frivolous, like a dotty and unexpectedly girlish old lady. From the crisp meringue of the Belle Époque hotels on the... Read More
Berlin is both a populous city and a cultural hub. With around 3.4 million inhabitants, it is twice the size of Hamburg, Germany’s... Read More