Valentine’s Day is officially here. While it is one of the most romantic days of the year, it can cause problems. Everything you look at while gift-shopping is perfect, but you can’t choose the best gift? We are here you to help you with it. What do you say to Valentine’s Day trip?
Rome has been one of the most influential cities in Europe for thousands of years. Not without a reason it is known as the “Eternal City” and Capital of the World. Its historical and cultural importance is undeniable. In today’s blog, we will walk you through its streets and show you why it plays such an important role on the Old Continent.
When thinking of India, you probably picture the grand Taj Mahal or the crowded, colourful Mumbai. However, the country has much more to offer and one of the many places worth seeing is definitely Lahaul and Spiti district in Himachal Pradesh – a full of Tibetan-influenced culture, a mountainous district in the Himalayas that many people overlook.
Earlier this month you could read the first part of the article about the host country of this year’s FIFA World Cup Series – Russia. Today, we are giving you the second part, where you can have a glimpse at the other cities of the 2018 World Cup
Being called the Gateway to the World is quite a responsibility, but Hamburg seems to be doing just fine, holding the title for centuries. The second largest city in Germany, the largest seaport in the country, a major industrial and financial centre, and the European Green Capital. Hamburg has plenty to offer, and we don’t only mean the historical sights. See it for yourself.
The XXIII Winter Olympics will take place between 9 and 25 February this year in Pyeongchang County, South Korea. But what if you are going to the Olympics, but don’t want to stay in one place? Maybe you will go there from another continent and would like to see as much as possible. Or maybe you just want to get to know the host country better. Whichever the reason, in this article you can read all about South Korea’s most interesting attractions.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup will take place this year in Russia, between June 14th and July 15th. It is a huge event for anybody even slightly interested in football. But today, we will take a different approach and instead of focusing on the sport, we will talk about the country that’s hosting the event this year. However, since Russia proposed 13 cities for the World Cup, we will divide this article into two sections, to give all of them enough credit. Let’s start our tour!
Everybody has a different approach to Winter. Some like to spend it in front of the fireplace with a glass of Malbec. Others want to enjoy it to the fullest while it lasts, and go skiing, skating or snowboarding each weekend. There are also those, who can’t stand it and look for any chance to get away. Today, we’ve prepared a list of Winter destinations, where everyone can find something for themselves. Disclaimer: For the sake of the article we will talk about the season in the northern hemisphere.
Most people associate Brazil with two cities – Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paolo. In fact, many don’t even realize that none of them is the capital of the country. The city that actually holds this title is Brasília. Let’s have a look at this underestimated city and learn why visiting it is actually a great idea.
East of Tanzania lays an archipelago full of wonders. Zanzibar is known worldwide as the tropical paradise and has become one of the most popular African destinations. Yet many do not realise, just how much it has to offer. Let us give you a closer look at what this stunning place has in store, and why you should plan much more than just sunbathing when travelling to this beautiful land.