NAMIBIA – many people have never even heard of this place. It is a big desert country located in Southwest Africa. Us locals like to think of Namibia as a hidden treasure in this big world. You probably read “desert” and “Africa” and now you’re wondering why on earth you should travel here. Well, I’ll …More
Greece, is undeniably one of the most famous travel destinations worldwide. It provides the traveler with unique landscapes and experiences. Although Greece is mostly famous for its islands, there are also mainland cities showing absolutely no lack of beauty.
Thessaloniki, is the second largest city of Greece (following Athens) and is known as the co-capital among …More
When you think about Las Vegas NV, you think about all the things that the mega-resorts have to offer. However, there is so much more to do than just spend your time in a casino. Las Vegas is made up of a diverse population with amazing things to do when you get off the strip …More
Don’t worry if you’re not sure what to do while travelling to Pittsburgh.
Just because it’s not as infamous as Chicago or NYC, doesn’t mean it isn’t a fun, exciting city which is bound to take you by surprise. The truth is there’s something for just about anyone in this sports-loving, historic, nature-filled, artful Steel …More
Kowloon is one of the major administrative towns in Hong kong. It is economically empowered and it has lots to offer especially for tourists. It is known for its high number of a skyscraper. The UN Department for human development ranked Hong Kong as the fourth developed city. Therefore, most tourists are finding it worthwhile …More
Double Bay in Eastern Sydney Australia is a very relaxed place to live. It is 4-5 km from the city centre and is between Sydney Harbour and Bondi.
One of the great things about living here is that you can walk almost everywhere, and for those who can’t walk there are great train bus and ferry …More
The Philippines is well known in the travel community for its white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. However, many are not aware of the one place that many locals enjoy visiting during the hot summers: Baguio City.
Located in the high and cold mountains of Benguet, Baguio is a haven for many who wish …More
Landskrona is a small town in southern Sweden, home to many impactful historical figures, like the first female nobel laurate, Selma Lagerlof and events alike, with Landskrona even supposed to have become the country’s capital, hence the name (Landskrona=The Crown of the land).
In more recent history Landskrona is notoriously known for its divisive population, …More
Nestled on the south-east coast, Brighton
has the reputation of having one of the most ‘unique’ cultures in all of the
United Kingdom. While it isn’t necessarily at the top of the agenda for foreign
tourists, there is barely a person in the UK who hasn’t taken a trip down to
Brighton at least once. Being nestled right on …
Bosnia and Herzegovina is a heart shaped country on the Balkan Peninsula. Have you ever been to Sarajevo? It’s a city where East meets West.
A city where the tradition and the modern life make unique mixture. Sarajevo is a place where three different religions breathe together as one.
Sarajevo was once upon a …More
Moscow is not just the capital and the largest city of Russia. It’s also the country’s cultural center and the most popular tourist city along with St. Petersburg.
What do we know about Moscow? It never sleeps, it’s a city of bright nightlife, clubs and bars that open their doors every night, people walk along the …More
Buenos Aires is the most important city in
Argentina and one of the most beautiful in all of South America.
With a culture forged based on the union
between “gaucho customs” and the culture brought in later years by
Europermigrants, Buenos Aires ends up being a melting pot. A melting pot of
races that, however, takes beautiful qualities from many …
Are you planning a trip to Australia? Then
consider adding the great city of Melbourne to your list of cities to visit.
Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria. It is a city full of diversity. The main language spoken in Melbourne is English, but there is also well over one hundred different languages. Melbourne is …More
For most travelers, Port Hedland is nothing more than a place to stop for some fuel and maybe top up the groceries on their way to or from more well-known towns like Broome and Exmouth. The summer temperatures are hot, but the winters are mild.
Whatever time of year you visit there are things do …More
People that travel to Serbia always visit Belgrade and don’t really pay attention to any other cities. The biggest regret they don’t even know they have during the travel is not visiting Novi Sad, a city of youth, nature and good people. In the following, you will learn many interesting stuff about Novi Sad.
San Cristobal de la Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands (Spain) is the second most populated city on the Island, and it was once the capital of Tenerife.
In 1999 it was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Since the Canary Islands welcome millions of tourists each year, the place is well organized to make sure every …More
Vratsa is a small town in northwestern Bulgaria, filled with history and beautiful landscapes where you could go mountain hiking or just have chilled out walks around the centre of the city. The historical museum is not far from the big monument of Hristo Botev (One of the freedom fighters during the Ottoman’s occupation …More
And on the seventh-day god created
Man…chester. Often seen as the capital of the north, Manchester is a busy,
exciting city with plenty to do for the traveller. There is plenty of culture,
history and attractions to keep even the most seasoned nomad entertained.
From the cobbles of famous Coronation
Street to the football stadiums of probably the world’s …
Surrounded by colonial buildings and a sun that never relents, stands the city of Merida, Yucatan. Known as “Merida Blanca” (white Merida), the city dates back to the Spanish conquest, and to this day it carries a lot of cultural tradition and history along the streets of the city.
Either you are a …More
Delhi, the capital city of India, is home
to about 19 million people. Along with being the political core of India, Delhi
is also the heart of all cultural activities, business and transportation. It
is one of the most visited cities in India and is a hot travel destination for
both Indians and foreigners.
The city has a rich cultural …More
If you love traveling and want to enjoy green belts, water, food, history and diverse culture then you must visit Sheffield. Sheffield is the fourth largest city of England and lies in the north of England, in the county of South Yorkshire. Sheffield has a lot of things to offer to tourists not only from …More
Durban – a vibrant, cultural city in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. It is a melting hot-pot of many different cultures, all coming together to create a city full of life, color and experiences.
Durban is home to the Zulus, and to really appreciate Durban, you need to immerse yourself in Zulu culture. …More
Welcome to Scarborough! This inner-city district of Toronto, Canada might have a reputation for a few harsh neighbourhoods here and there, but if you truly get to know this area of the fantastic, leading edge city which is Toronto, you’d be quite surprised. From top-notch restaurants to scenic walkways and amusing …More
Take the time to meet some locals. Visit
a Balinese Temple known as a Pura. Ancient Hindu temples are found in every
Village from the mountains to the coast. They feature centuries-old
architecture and a mystical atmosphere. Many temples provide the customary
sarong and sash for visitors and as they are often set against dramatic
landmarks they are great …
Over the past few years, Toronto has consecutively been named as one of the top livable cities in the world and I am proud to call it my city. Though it is not as beautiful as Vancouver, not as culturally rich as Montreal, this busy Canadian city has a beauty and vibe of its own.
Indianapolis is located just about dead center in the state of Indiana. Tagged as “The Crossroads of America” due to the many highways, interstates and railroads that converge on the city, Indy is the largest U. S. city not on a navigable waterway. Now considered a major sports center, Indianapolis continues to be a vibrant …More
Most people don’t know a lot about Zurich, except perhaps that it is an awesome place to stage a rendezvous at a bank in a James Bond film. But there is actually a lot to love about this city and in this post I am going to share some of it’s secrets with you..
Zurich is …More
While it may not be on the top of the bucket list of many, the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is at turns charming and rewarding and a wonderful destination off the beaten path. There are few cities that can make the infamous Rust Belt of the United States look as beautiful, green and fresh …More
Birmingham, the contested ‘second city’ of the UK, and often associated only with the often-mocked accent, has a reputation as a place to avoid. It is a city without a dominant civic identity.
Once the city of a thousand trades, the epicentre of industrial England, is not the most typical of tourist attractions, and in modern …More
Watch a Scottish folk band play whilst drinking whiskey, eating Haggis and having a conversation with a man in a kilt. I’d recommend The Ben Nevis bar in Finneston as your best chance to get all four.
What do you like best about your city?
The music scene. Glasgow’s people are creative, intelligent and culturally aware. …More
Ottawa is often cited as the second coldest capital in the world (Mongolia?s Ulaan Baatar claims the top spot), so if you can brave the sub-zero temperatures, you really should visit in winter. From January to early March the Rideau Canal opens as the world?s largest ice rink (almost 8km long) and joining the …More
If you do anything on a visit to London, it must be to visit one of its markets. You’ll not only likely to pick up a bargain, but they offer the opportunity to immerse yourself in the local atmosphere. The choice of market extends to everyone’s taste: Borough market for food, Portobello market for …More
Prague is the town eleven centuries old, in my opinion it is very beautiful (see picture). Some of monuments are on the list of cultural heritage of UNESCO. They are built in the romanesque style, the gothic style, renaissance, baroque, rococo, art nouveau and in the more modern styles.
There is also the charming …More