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Cinque Terre: Northwestern Italy’s Rugged, Rustic Coastline

The Italian Riviera, located in northwestern Italy’s coastal Liguria region, is without doubt one of the world’s most beautiful destinations.  Cinque Terre’s five miles of rocky coast, featuring rustic castles nestled among lofty promontories, epitomizes the rugged coastal beauty that’s characteristic of the area.  Numerous vineyards and olive groves contribute to a unique landscape of steep twisting paths, hand-laid stone walls, winding creeks, enchanting beaches, seemingly vertical cliffs and the clear waters of the Mediterranean.  Continue reading “Cinque Terre: Northwestern Italy’s Rugged, Rustic Coastline” »

How to Visit Salzburg on a Budget and Still Enjoy It

Did you ever notice how fast cash goes away when you go on a vacation? It may be because you’re enjoying yourself a little bit too much or you are not yet used to the currency there. However, unless you are the heir of some rich person, you might have a problem if the money goes out before your vacation ends. This is why a plan needs to be carefully put into action before you jump on the horse. Continue reading “How to Visit Salzburg on a Budget and Still Enjoy It” »

Exotic Amalfi Coast Getaway at the Palazzo Sasso Hotel

Italy is one of the most beautiful and exotic countries and on the exotic Amalfi coast, idealistic getaway there is Palazzo Sasso Hotel which was built in twelfth century and now is listed as one of the Italy’s top exotic and romantic hotels. Continue reading “Exotic Amalfi Coast Getaway at the Palazzo Sasso Hotel” »

How to travel the World on a budget

Many people think that travelling the world is a pipe dream. In fact, it is not so unrealizable and expensive if you know some simple rules of travelling the world. Continue reading “How to travel the World on a budget” »

Things to do in Gran Canaria

Good weather and warm ocean water all year round, mountainous relief and a maximum height of 1,950 metres above sea level, the presence of the trade wind; all these conditions make the good possibilities for active sports lovers. There are a lot of things to do in Gran Canaria, not only sunbathing. Continue reading “Things to do in Gran Canaria” »

Two places not to miss in Tuscany, Italy

You will know that you didn’t go wrong in choosing your vacation spot as soon as you enter, for many, the most beautiful province in Italy – Tuscany. If you are not looking for accommodation in major cities, the right choice would be a reservation in the heart of Tuscany, in one of the beautiful and luxurious estates with vineyards, olive groves and pools. On that kind of estate, located near the town of Montaione, located between Pisa and Florence, it is accessible to you to visit other parts of Tuscany. Continue reading “Two places not to miss in Tuscany, Italy” »

Best things to do and see in Naples, Italy

Naples is located in southern Italy. It sits on the aptly-titled Bay of Naples. The historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Being a sea-side city, a visitor must go see the Harbor Sannazzaro, located in the Mergellina Bay. There are many sea-side attractions, such as the Villa Comunale with its Zoological Station and aquarium. Continue reading “Best things to do and see in Naples, Italy” »

Things to do in Cyprus

Cyprus is an island in the Mediterranean, and is divided into two parts. The north of the island is occupied by Turkey, while the south encompasses the Republic of Cyprus. The island of Cyprus is famed as a destination famous for beaches, historical monuments, natural attractions, pulsating nightlife and a lot many more. The island of Cyprus is an extremely rewarding destination in the Mediterranean, and there is no dearth to attractions here. Continue reading “Things to do in Cyprus” »

Warwick Castle: Britain’s supreme stronghold

Nestled at a turn on the Avon river in the Warwick town of Enlgand’s Warwickshire, the 1000-year old Warwick Castle immerses you in its gripping history of conspiracy, attacks, political treachery, wars, violence, tricks, murders, and rulers all of which now rendering it as haunted. Built by William the Conqueror, it was the first fortress that was built in wood in this county town during the days 1068. Originally built to act as an Anglo Saxon citadel for battling against the Danish attacks, the castle is now seen upon as the England’s greatest medieval encounter, especially when you come here via the Heritage Pass. Continue reading “Warwick Castle: Britain’s supreme stronghold” »

Edinburgh Castle

The Edinburgh Castle is among the highlights that dominate the skyline of the great Scottish city. The illustrious past of the city and the notable events that took place is stood in testimony for by the numerous historical structures, but the castle is arguably the most notable among the attractions held by the city for travelers. The Edinburgh Castle certainly had a hand in Edinburgh’s fame as ‘the Athens of the North”. There are a whole range of attractions available here for travelers. Continue reading “Edinburgh Castle” »