The island of Patmos is one of Greece’s less-traveled destinations. But that doesn’t make it any less spectacular than its better-known counterparts. In fact, Patmos has a special history that captivates the imagination. It is best known as the location
The horseshoe-shaped land mass that sits as part of the South Shetland Islands lives up to its name. This strange Antarctic destination allures explorers with its mysterious atmosphere and natural features amid the frigid climate.
In the western Gulf of Naples, Italy lie the ruins of Baia, known as the Sin City of its time. The who’s who of the Roman elite from early third century made their summer villas in the region. The likes