Tips and Ideas
The seventh-largest country in terms of geographical terrain, India has much to offer the visitor looking for an exotic, unique and exciting holiday. Like most tropical countries, India’s food and weather may not be easy to adjust to for the first-time traveler. Some simple precautions while on your trip can ensure a hassle-free holiday to take in the sights, sounds, smells and flavors of this beautiful country.
Berlin‘s nightlife is synonymous with great bars, clubs and electronic music. Tourists and travellers alike flock to Germany in droves every year to participate in this city’s distinct brand of hedonism. But you should be warned, its not for the faint hearted. Most bars and clubs don’t open till very late and close whenever the crowd dissipates and don’t even dream of entering a club before 2 am.
The capital and largest city in the Austrian Republic is Vienna, the cultural, economic, and political hub of the country. The main thing you want to remember regarding the Viennese nightlife is that this is a very laid back atmosphere, no matter what time of the late afternoon or evening you are out on the town. It’s amazing how nothing ever proceeds at a rapid pace and no one is ever in a hurry.
For many international travelers, they are drawn to the Cote d’Azur because of the pristine beaches, the resorts, and of course, the French cuisine. More importantly, locals and tourists also consider this area as one of the best places in the world to shop although it can get a little pricey. The following is a list of the shopping malls and other shopping venues along the French Riviera.
Paris, France abounds with museums. A diverse range of themes is covered in the museum; drawings, furniture, literature, music, painting, photography, stamps, sculptures, and tapestries, to name but a few. If you are a culture vulture, invest in Paris Museum Pass. The pass will give you complimentary access to more than sixty museums and several monuments located in the Paris region, including the city. For instance, Musée du Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, Cité des Sciences et de l’industrie, Tours Notre Dame, Conciergerie, Arc de Triomphe, Domaine de Versailles, Château de Vincennes, and Maison d’Auguste Rodin. However, free access is limited to permanent collections only.
Located in the heart of Europe, the city of Prague is one of the more convenient destinations for Europeans and international travelers. It is the Czech Republic’s capital and largest city as well as being one the largest cities in Europe. Prague has really evolved dramatically from the destruction left behind by World War II to a city that is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
Art is huge in Berlin, Germany. Not only is every other person you see on the street very likely to be an aspiring artist, but galleries and art museums abound, making it easy to fill days, if not weeks with art experiences. The fact that ”everyone” does art is a combination of the low living costs, which have caused a pilgrimage of artists within basically every field to Berlin, but also it is due to an unusually allowing and creative atmosphere. As a result, the quality of the work exhibited can be more or less questionable, but there are a number of reliable art institutions that usually won’t disappoint.
Visiting Dubai can often mean simply passing through for a short time on transit as part of a longer journey, but this doesn’t mean you should simply hide away in your hotel; Dubai has an abundance of varied attractions that are well worth visiting even on a tight schedule.
From shopping to sunbathing with a little fine dining in between, those arriving on flights to Dubai are in line for a treat on even the shortest of stays.
Can you keep a secret? Well I can’t. I’ve been searching Google to find out just what is an adult hotel and would I ever want to visit one? After all – I am an adult. I like traveling. I like a little adventure. So is an adult hotel on my list of vacations to book this year and if so, how do I go about finding one? Well let’s see.
Hong Kong is a fantastic city that gets nowhere near as much attention from the global tourist trade as it deserves. Favourable comparisons can be made with other global metropolises such as London or New York although, crucially, Hong Kong has a much more individual character than both of those. The following is a list of some tip tips for those lucky visitors that have made it to ‘the Pearl of the Orient’.
Whether your internal temperature gauge is set to Fahrenheit or Celsius, as the mercury level climbs there is only so much a gelato can do. So do as the Italians do and head to the water. With over 40 pools in Florence it makes for a quick fix from the heat. They are all fairly easy to get to and relatively inexpensive. A quick run down of a few.
The biggest and most impressive of the bunch is the Costoli Pool, located near Campo Di Marte stadium. read full article
Bangkok is a fantastic Thailand city that has the infectious energy of many cities across the Far East but an important distinguishing character of its own. Due to the growing importance of the city as an international air travel hub more and more people are passing through, but many do not give the city the time it deserves. Even if you have other places to be, Bangkok is worth at least a day or two so it can be explored and reveal itself beyond the clichés.
Australia boasts over 11,000 beaches across its 37,000 km coastline, including some of the finest coastal spots in the world. Whichever type of beach you’re looking for, this country has it covered. Here are just some of the best beaches Australia has to offer.
The capital and largest city in Norway is Oslo. It is also the 3rd largest city in Scandinavia and was ranked as the most expensive city in the world in 2010. Despite that, it is still one of the most popular tourist destinations in the region. Visitors come to Oslo for a variety of reasons including the architecture, cuisine, entertainment venues, and the shopping. But one thing that attracts many tourists to the city is the nightlife which can be pretty lively. Oslo is well known throughout Europe for its pubs and cocktail bars.
The bygone capital of mother Russia, St Petersburg, is the star of Russian literature as we know it. The city founded by Peter the Great on the Neva River has been the cultural hub of the Russian empire until the Soviet rule. So, while visiting the muse of the great Russian writers, why not let yourself be guided by the city’s rich history and colorful descriptions, by reading their masterpieces? Here is a list to get you started.