It’s two years now that The Venere Travel Blog is online. It’s been fun and we hope that you have had such an amusing time as we have had.
You have come to read us and we want to thank you and all Venere bloggers to allow us to celebrate this 2nd Anniversary: Thanks so much and Happy Birthday Venere Travel Blog!
According to the Top 5 most-read articles, you like clubbing and ski and you seem to have a strong interest on knowing more about the Greek Islands. These are your favourtie articles for 2009:
1. Top 6 Gay Spots in Nice, France
Published in January 2009 and proposing a list of up to 6 gay venues to party in the South of France, Top 6 Gay Spots in Nice has been the most popular article of the year. Being one of Europe’s gay destinations, Nice has a lot to offer, from gay bars, to restaurants, clubs and hotels: Blue Boy, Kf-Bis, Cherry’s Café, Le Millennium Restaurant, Castro Street andO’Neill’s Irish Pub have been reviewed and recommended.
2. 5 Ski Resorts In and Around Zurich, Switzerland
This post on fine skiing on Switzerland’s Alps dates back to February 2009. If you are planning a winter trip to Zurich, one of the recent world’s most famous travel destinations, and want to ski, here you will find the Top 6 ski resorts in Zurich surroundings.
3. Top 5 Clubs in Dubai
Some advice on Dubai night clubs was posted last September 2009. Dubai is with no doubt an expensive place to go, especially when talking about nightlife. Also, given the fact that Dubai is set in an Islamic country, some restrictions apply for ladies. Be aware that public drunkness is also to avoid since it can lead you to prison. But not all is negative, as a place in which many rich tourists land, Dubai has a beautiful night scene, with a lot of bars, restaurants and fashion venues to amuse yourselves.
4. What is the most beautiful Greek island?
Considering the fact that there’s a myriad of beautiful Greek Islands, on February 2009 we tried to give you some more information on some of them: Santonirni, Ithaca, Milos and Paxos.
5. Popular Gay Night Clubs in Bucharest, Romania
A fusion of traditional rural values and new liberal ideas make up modern Romania. With the admission of Romania to the European Union, EU’s pro-gay policies were introduced. Since then, homosexuality is not considered a criminal offense but is also protected by anti-discrimination laws. As a result of that, gays and lesbians’ community is growing and popular gay and lesbian venues have been opened in Bucharest.
Photo of a birthday cake with candles by Rob J Brooks.