The city hosts a market with distributors and music performances within the central plaza every weekend. It’s also house to some of the most beautiful of the region’s well-known sinkholes, or cenotes. Just outdoors town sits the little-visited Ek Balam Mayan ruins, which has a pyramid taller than the largest in Chichen Itza.
This little historic village in Bosnia & Herzegovina is a photographer and a nature lover’s dream. Spanning a deep valley of the Neretva River, guests can watch daring locals jump off Stari Most Bridge, gaze up at stunning old Turkish houses and revel in a refreshing swim in the close by Kravice waterfalls. The White City as Ostuni is commonly known as, is a hilltop city that sits simply five miles from the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea. The medieval walled metropolis was built and not using a plan, and by getting into its confusing webs … Read MoreRead more