The waters of the Danube, which flow into the Black Sea, form the largest and best preserved of Europe's deltas.
One of the most picturesque of the five towns of Cinque Terre, with a lovely small harbour and and ancient castle.
Connemara has scenery like that out of a fairy tale, with deep mountains and rich colour of green and when the clouds roll in it seems almost magical.
The park covers about 12% of Iceland's surface and is home to Iceland's highest mountain, largest glacier and Europe's most powerful waterfall.
The park is like a little slice of the Alps tucked above the rolling moors and hills of North Wales.
Carved by glaciers in the ice age, Lysefjord is a popular destination in south-western Norway because of the extraordinary scenery.
The snow covered peaks, its beautiful waterfalls and blue water, make Geiranger the most beautiful fjord in Norway.
This large peninsula in northwestern Iceland is connected to the mainland by a seven kilometers narrow strip of land.
Nærøyfjord is actually an arm of Sognefjord and its incredible beauty made it part of UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Vestvågøy's beaches are said to be the most romantic in Europe, surrounded by cliffs and mountains and with non stop sun from May 26 to July 17.