Nestled in the foothills of the Pindos mountain range in central Greece, this majestic complex of enormous rock formations is nothing less but an awe-inspiring experience and certainly can’t be missed. ‘The ones that hover above the ground’ is the exact translation of the Greek word ‘Meteora’ and you can soon discover why. Continue reading “Meteora The Holy Rocks In Greece”
Gondolas, canals, Renaissance architecture and art all around; how can one not possibly love Venice?! The city of love in Italy, Venice appeals universally to all, lovers and families. There is much to see in this beautiful, ancient city straight from the pages of history and you will not only fall in love but also be coming back over and over again. Continue reading “A Traveler’s Guide To Venice, Italy – The City Of Canals”
There are many places in Ireland, where you can find some much needed peace and quiet, but few quite so authentic as Skellig Michael. Around the 6th century AD, a group of monks fled the mainland in search of a place where they could practice their religion in peace.
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We all have a dream of visiting London, at least once in our life. The London trip is not complete, if you didn’t visit Big Ben. There are many interesting facts about Big Ben London, which maximum of us don’t know. Here we discuss some of them in this article. Continue reading “12 Interesting Facts About Big Ben London”
Ask someone what they think of when you say Ireland, and it’s likely certain tropes will come up: rain, green grass, Guinness. All valid, but there’s more to the Emerald Ireland than bad weather, lush fields and the black stuff and these are Ireland Castles.
Salar de Uyuni (also known as Salar de Tunupa) is the largest salt flat in the world. It measures at over 4,000 square miles, and it’s located at the crest of the Andes at approximately 12,000 feet above sea level.
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Imagine the Italian coastline, fringed with colorful houses and spectacular views and with the option of not just one but five towns to choose from. The Cinque Terre, literally translating to five lands on the Italian Riviera is every traveler’s dream as they are an idyllic destination to get close to nature. Continue reading “How to get to Cinque Terre, Travel Guide to Five Villages”
The impressive waterfall, almost one kilometer high, shines under the sun that during dawn hits the mountain and a smile appears on the face of the visitors of Angel Falls. The scenery of the highest waterfall in the world compensates the journey that has been 12 hours: by plane, paddling a canoe, walking, and also the night of intense rain; living in a camp and lying in hammocks. Angel Falls takes this name from an American aviator Jimmy Angel, who in 1937 landed on the tepuy where the waterfall is born. Scientists admit that these flat top mountains are the oldest formations on the planet. Continue reading “Angel Falls the Treasure of Venezuela”
Mykonos Greece is known to be one of the glamorous islands of Greece. With every passing day there is considerable increase in the number of visitors to this island. It is known as whitewashed paradise which is located right at the heart of the Cyclades.
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As one of the most beautiful cities on the planet, it’s not easy to decide which is Prague’s most iconic building. From the unique Dancing House beside the Vltava to the television tower, with its unusual baby sculptures, there are no shortage of interesting places to see in the Czech capital.
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