Tips and Ideas
With its friendly people (most of whom speak fluent English), great shopping opportunities, impressive architecture, and the lovely canals that criss cross the city, it is no wonder that Amsterdam is the most popular tourist destinations in the Netherlands if not one of the favorites in Western Europe. There is something to satisfy the tastes of every tourist that visits this city whether it is culture and history, the relaxing charm of one of Europe’s oldest cities, or just some serious partying.
Amsterdam’s nightlife is a favorite venue for locals as well as international travelers and with nearly 4 million visitors annually, you can well imagine how active the Amsterdam nightlife can be. read full article
Switzerland’s largest city is also one of the most popular European tourist destinations. The city of Zurich is situated on Lake Zurich where the lake is met by the Limmat River. The city is also Switzerland’s financial center and is the home of the stock exchange and the headquarters of numerous international and national corporations. It is also the media center of the country since the majority of the country’s TV channels call Zurich home.
The following content is a listing of some of the FREE things to enjoy in Zurich. read full article
Milan is well-known for its fashion weeks as one of the world centres of fashion. The capital of Italian region Lombardy is rich also in history, industry and full of night life venues. There are hundreds of lounge bars, wine bars, pubs, live music bars and discos. It’s not so easy to choose one to enjoy the night. With this guide you will know the best places where to go.
Although London holds a lot of allure for international vacationers with its multi-cultural population, history, and numerous other venues, the city is not normally known for its beer breweries like the entire UK is renowned for its numerous pubs.
Surprisingly, there are numerous breweries in London worth mentioning and we have listed our top choices as the best breweries in London below. read full article
There is something for everyone in Florence. It is jam-packed with museums, galleries, churches, restaurants, shops and markets, whilst having beautiful scenery to boot. I have lived here for five months and there is still so much I want to see and do. For those visiting on a city break, it is difficult to strike a balance between seeing the best of what Florence has to offer and running yourself into the ground. Below are my top tips for making the most of your visit.
I don’t know about you, but I have a list of movies which are beyond beautiful and which draw me in so much that they make me want to buy a plane ticket every time I watch them. You know, those films which let you escape to a magical or exotic location, and are incredibly atmospheric making you feel as if you’ve travelled to another place?
Disneyland Paris is a great place for seniors, either being dragged around by boisterous grandchildren or, as is increasingly common, on a break of their own.
The word senior is, of course, very general and encompasses a wide range of abilities and needs. Generally speaking, senior visitors to the resort will not need any special measures except read full article
Casino-style entertainment entices both rich who love to flaunt their money and poor who want to make it big overnight. Glamorous Grand Casino at Mikonkatu, Helsinki, the leading gaming spot in the city, unfolds several opportunities for them to play games of chance. The casino presents traditional casino games- slot machines, poker and roulette- and live entertainment shows.
Guests can play an array of casino games at Grand that boasts a poker room, 20 table games and over 300 slot machines covering two floors. They can use EZ Pay vouchers, bank notes and coins (some machines) to try their luck on slot machines. Buy chips for table games. read full article
Copenhagen is a long-time favorite destination for shoppers from overseas – Swedes frequently make use of the bridge over to their neighboring country to sample the Copenhagener’s signature chic-but-trendy style of dress.
lthough Strøget (literally means ”the sweep”) is the famous shopping street cutting right through the centre of the capital, this is usually packed with tourists. For some serious, undisturbed read full article
Located in the Campania region of southern Italy is the city of Naples, the 3rd largest city in Italy. The city sits on northern edge of Naples Bay, considered one of the most stunning bays in Italy. The islands of Capri and Ischia are located close to the city as well as the always spectacular Mt. Vesuvius.
We have a listed our recommendations below if you’re looking for a nice evening out away from the bar and club scene: read full article
Buenos Aires is a city full of life, love, and action.
There never seems to be a dull moment, and for energic travelers, there are a wide range of activities for young and old.
However, there are some things that just can´t be… read full article
When you think of Ireland, one thing instantly springs to mind: Guinness. The dark nectar is synonymous with the country and no visit would be complete without sampling at least a few pints.
Summer in London usually means a sticky, oppressive heat that seems to come at visitors as much from the buildings all around as the sun above. The less said about the tube during the famous London heat-waves the better. The ideal way for visitors to refresh themselves after traipsing through the dusty streets is with a swim in one of London’s excellent pools. These can also be used in winter of course but the appeal of outdoor pools is greatly reduced when it is cold, grey and raining.
The Great British Beer Festival or GBBF as it is most commonly abbreviated is a beer festival held on an annual basis in the UK. It was originally organized and established by CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, in an effort to bring more awareness to numerous cask ales and other alcoholic beverages both in the UK and internationally. The GBBF is also the home of Champion Beer of Britain awards. Originally established in 1977, the festival is usually held in early August (3rd through the 7th of August, 2010) in Earl’s Court, London.
While there are many tour bus companies ready to escort you to all your Berlin site-seeing destinations, the city 100 bus can take you to many of those same locales for only the 2.10€ price of the ticket. It runs from Zoologischer Garten to Alexanderplatz and back and stops at many essential Berlin spots along the way. read full article