Archive for: Travel to West

Williamsburg Bridge

Feb 17th, 2016

Popular Attractions to explore in Lower East Side, New York

Lower East Side is a vibrant and energetic neighbourhood, labelled as Manhattan’s most fashionable, artful and diverse area. The unique architecture and tenement-style complexes add the artful and fashionable appeal to this eclectic neighbourhood. The area is widely acclaimed for its inexhaustible nightlife, stylish cafes, restaurants and cool nightclubs, making it a lively and exciting […]

Hamburg by night

Jan 30th, 2015

The best of Hamburg – Top Sights You Must See

If you’re planning a trip to Germany, don’t overlook its second-largest city: Hamburg. This picturesque port town on the Elbe River has a little something for everyone, from the shopper to the museum-goer to the sailing fanatic. Plus, reserving train tickets from Berlin to Hamburg online is easy, cheap, and totally worth the under two […]

Best UK Holiday

Jun 30th, 2014

7 Ways To Have The Best Holiday In The UK

STAY IN LUXURY HOTELS UK is an alluring destination, with its royal appeal, exclusive cities, quaint villages, rich historical past and graceful traditions; it is the perfect destination to bask in luxury. There is no better manner to soak up in English refinement than staying in an elegant luxury hotel. The variety of hotels available […]

Amsterdam, Holland 080 – Houseboat

Mar 4th, 2014

5 Tourist Amsterdam Attractions You Must Visit This Year

Presuming you’ve finally decided to book that family trip to Holland this year, you’re probably in search of a simple travel guide highlighting some of the main tourist attractions you definitely won’t want to miss, right? Well, luckily, you’ve come to the right place. After having spent at least a month in this great city […]

Could the Alpine Road be Germany’s Greatest Road Trip?

Jan 27th, 2014

Could the Alpine Road be Germany’s Greatest Road Trip?

If you enjoy driving and want to travel without the restrictions some types of holiday impose, a road trip is a wonderful way of seeing and experiencing a country. The German Alpine Road is one such journey, and is rated by some not only as Germany’s greatest road trip, but also as one of the […]

Palaio Frourio in Corfu

Jun 6th, 2013

10 reasons to visit Corfu

1.    The beaches – Although one of the greenest Greek islands, the beaches are unrivalled and this green leafy backdrop contrasts perfectly with pristine beaches. Add to that tropical water temperatures and sapphire blue sea and you are as near to heaven as you can be. The best beaches are at the northern end of the […]

Gawler Range National Park

May 28th, 2013

A Guide To Camping In Gawler Range National Park

Gawler Ranges National Park is a geologist’s paradise. There’s an enchanting array of marvelous hills, rocky gorges and gullies, and amazing rock formations that’ll keep you enthralled for hours. This park is wildlife haven as well, so be sure to take your binoculars and your camera with you. Getting There Drive north-west of Adelaide for […]

Hanging Lake

May 27th, 2013

Stretching Your Travel Dollars Further In Whistler

If you were able to see any mountain action from the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, you saw the magnificence of Whistler, British Columbia. If you’ve been lucky enough to experience the Whistler for yourself, you already know how amazing the skiing and snowboarding is. You also know that anyone who hasn’t visited Whistler is missing out […]

Coloseum

Oct 17th, 2012

Tours to Rome – Six Amazing Guide

Rome is an amazing and exciting place for a family vacation. Rome is the city that can claim to be an open-air museum that will allow all guests to step back through different eras by just traveling a block or two. Rome has a history dating back 2500 years and some of the buildings holding […]

Fire Island

Oct 16th, 2012

Low Cost on Gas Vacation – Fire Island on New York

I know it’s hard to believe, but you could save a small fortune on gas by spending your summer vacation on Fire Island. You see they don’t allow cars on Fire Island for personal use. The best part is you don’t need cars. Everything is within walking distance — talk about a place being quaint, […]

Mount Everest

Oct 15th, 2012

Mount Everest Parachuting

The majority of Everest’s visitors reach Everest Base Camp by trekking along the classic trails through Nepal. This month however, there was an unconventional approach to the mountain from the sky, as part of a bid for the high-altitude parachute landing world record. The world’s highest mountain was the setting for a dramatic record-breaking attempt […]

Bordeaux

Oct 14th, 2012

Vacation Ideas and Travel Tips to Bordeaux France

The beautiful city of Bordeaux is the capital city of Aquitaine, the most southwesterly region in France. Situated on the Garonne River, this sprawling port city is known for its wine, chateaux, universities, museums and city architecture which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Known as the ‘City of Art and History’, Bordeaux enjoys […]