Many people know that Yellowstone National Park was the first such park in the world, and almost everyone knows about the majestic beauty of the park. It seems that fewer people are aware of just how big the park is and how far away from major cities and airports it is.
Lately, this Arabic city has become a must for travelers, especially people who enjoy getting to know different cultures. The entrance to most of the attractions and tourist places are free or really cheap. Visiting Marrakech will at least take 3 or 4 days, but if you can only spend 24 hours these is what you can’t miss.
One of the best things about a sunshine beach holiday is relaxing with a cocktail. From the latest trendy concoction to old favourites like the pina colada, nothing says ‘vacation’ quite so much as a big, brightly coloured beverage – preferably with an umbrella in it!
New York has a huge and varied schedule of free events that take place during the summer, so many in fact that it makes sense to do a bit of research before setting off for the Big Apple so that you know what the options are when you’re in town.
One of the most common remarks tourists visiting Copenhagen make is how easily walkable the city is. Locals and visitors alike prefer to see the city by bicycle or on foot. There are numerous tours that you can take through the aging and crooked streets of the city which take you past oblique canals, shimmering castles, and towers that are very strange looking. To say the least there are dozens of tours that you can choose from, depending on what it is you are there to see.
This year (2010) marks the 5th anniversary of Love Parks Week held in London. This is a national UK campaign which was organized by GreenSpace, a parks charity, and focuses on the importance of Britain’s parks and other “green spaces” in the UK.
It will run from July 24th through August 1st this year and is the perfect reason for locals and vacationers to visit the event, get outdoors, and enjoy the UK summer. read full article
Cibeles, the ancient goddess of Nature, or more precisely, mother of the mountain – a symbol of Madrid?
When thinking ‘symbols’, two ideas come to mind, one symbolic meaning read full article
Swedes are famously stylish, and like in any other capital, the Stockholmers reflect the essence of the nation’s traits. Everybody is into fashion, although nobody likes to really admit it – it’s all about creating your own, personal expression.
Berlin is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, especially during the summer months when the weather is conducive to enjoying the outdoors and the glorious sunshine! You can find an event throughout the city almost every day during the summer months. I have listed some of the more popular events below, and the best part: they’re free, kostenlos, gratis! Some may require getting to the venue early to secure good seats, but there is no entry fee.
Located on France’s Mediterranean coast is the Côte d’Azur or more commonly, the French Riviera. It is not only one of the most targeted holiday and vacation destinations in France, it is extremely popular with Europeans and other international travelers of all ages.
London‘s Covent Garden is on the very edge of Theatre Land, with a few choice theatres to see in a show. But there’s one that I’ve stumbled across that’s a little bit different.
For a start, it’s a church. St Paul’s church isn’t an old church that’s now a theatre. read full article
With nearly 300,000 residents, Venice is one of Italy’s larger cities and one of the top holiday and vacation destinations in Europe.
he beauty of Venice lies in the fact that the city is stretched out across 117 islands situated in the Venice Lagoon of northeastern Italy’s Adriatic Sea shoreline. read full article
The art of faking a masterpiece isn’t as simple as it looks. You can paint sunflowers, right? Then you can copy Van Gogh, right? Nope. Not that simple I’m afraid.
Not when you factor in the style of paint, the age of the canvas, the little read full article
For the majority of the residents of the city of Pompeii, the 24th of August in 79 AD turned out to be a permanently life-changing event for 20,000 citizens and their families.
If you’ve been planning a French Riviera vacation, or the Côte d’Azur as the locals call it, there will be much to see and do while exploring this spectacular Mediterranean coastline situated in the south eastern part of France.