Anyone who has gone freediving in clear sea water with a mask, snorkel and flippers at least once knows what a relaxing and exciting activity this is. Those who are fascinated by underwater life, magical seashells, reefs and fish can be spotted not only in tropical seas but also on Europe’s coasts. We did some research to find out which places have the best conditions for snorkeling.
It’s best to go to Norway to catch halibut, and to the mountains of Slovenia for trout. Sea fishing? Bornholm and Puck Bay welcome you! And the largest catfish are in Spain. Whoever loves to fish also loves to travel. Get out your fishing rods and let’s go!
An innocent winter game for kids has become one of the most popular attractions for adults at ski resorts. The idea of riding across snow on a huge inner tube came to us from the USA. In Europe, Switzerland has the most slopes for snow tubing, but ski resorts all over the continent are trying to catch up. Here are the 7 most interesting places for snow tubing.
VESUVIUS - ITALY
It's the largest active volcano in Europe situated on land. It proudly dominates over the panorama of Naples, rising to a height of 1,128 metres above sea level. The last large eruption of Vesuvius took place in 1944, but many experts believe that it might still have more to say. A reminder of its strength is the "frozen city" - the ruins of Pompei, which was destroyed by the volcano in the times of the Roman Empire, which contains human bodies mummified in volcanic ash.