Metro – probably the fastest way to travel through the city. Sometimes the scene of pure chaos, but mostly it is a very nicely integrated machine that allows people to get from one place to another in a figurative blink of an eye. Let’s look at the biggest and best metro networks in the world.
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Eilat, Nazareth – we all know, that Israel has some of the most beautiful cities in its region. But how much do you know about its nature? Read today’s post to learn more about the many natural wonders of this fascinating country.
The Beatles sang about it, David Bowie sang about it and even Adele sings about it. The city of many cultures and even more people. The capital of the country, and one of the biggest cities in Europe in terms of area. Welcome to the London Guide, presented to you by Bidroom!
Many of you probably heard of some of the biggest and most beautiful cities in Poland. There is the city of Kings – Kraków, the business centre and capital – Warsaw and the port city of Gdańsk, a part of the Tri-City. But what if instead of just visiting the largest metropolis you want to see the nature? Or even more, what if you would like to have a glimpse at both? Well, in such case you will have to visit the Polish Tatra Mountains. Not only are they true art pieces of nature, but with the city of Zakopane at their feet, you can get the best of both worlds – long hiking trails with astonishing views, but also fantastic restaurants with local food and busy streets. Let us take you on a trip to one of Poland’s most important natural wonders and its astonishing surroundings.
Second most populous city in Italy, home to one of the most popular Leonardo da Vinci’s works of art. A place that is a capital of art, fashion, food and business altogether. This combination can only mean one thing – Milan. Today, let’s take a closer look at the central city of Lombardy.
Among many other wonderful Polish tourist attractions there is the Tri-city: metropolitan area consisting of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot. Each of them is unique and beautiful in its own way. And since they all have something different to offer, together these cities create the ideal weekend destination. In today’s post, we will take you on a walk through their streets and give you a few ideas on where to stay when you do choose to visit them!
There is one thing everyone has with them are travelling – luggage. Whether it is one or three suitcases, we never go on a trip without it. However, the luggage develops technologically and right now there are suitcases in the world we would never think of. Let’s look at some of the features of modern suitcases.
March is here and for the Northern part of the Globe, it means the end of winter. Whereas you are a snow-lover or you prefer the sunny weather, there is no way to avoid spring and the trees turning green. Today, we want to show you most spectacular gardens in the world. Gardens of Versailles The French wonder, set up in XVIIth century, quickly became the main example of a true royal residency. The spectacular gardens that spread over 800 hectares, the beautiful palace, the Grand Canal, all of them are one of the reasons to visit France in the warmer time of the year. The gardens consist of the Orangerie with its tropical trees, the numerous fountains, the Canal and other sites. You could ask what is so special about them? The problem could be putting the beauty of the place into words. We can simply recommend going there, walking around the palace with the sun shining and birds chirping. Also, if you plan on going to Paris or somewhere where it is possible …
Greece is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. The mainland is, of course, stunning, but for many people what truly makes Greece special are its islands. Each of them is different, but they are all absolutely spectacular. In today’s post, we will take you on a trip through some of the most popular of them.
The capital city of Germany, second most populous city in European Union. One of the most developed, but also battling the ideologies throughout history. Berlin certainly is a special place on the European map. Why is it worth seeing? Let’s find out! Monuments You cannot visit Berlin and not see the most iconic monuments of the city. You can start with Brandenburg Gate. Built in the XVIII century and inspired by the Acropolis entrance in Athens, it has been a backdrop of the city’s history. Right now it represents the German unity. Another thing to see is definitely Reichstag – the Building of the Parliament. Built in XIX century, it hadn’t been functioning until 1999 after the bombing during Second World War. The last two monuments we are going to mention are Charlottenburg Palace and Berlin State Opera. First one, a rococo palace, a summer residence for the royalty, now serves as the biggest palace in Berlin and a very popular place for tourists. The second one recently reopened, is a national German opera. Enchanting …