Unique Locations to Celebrate New Year’s Day (& What Not to Forget when you Go)
New Year’s Day is one of those celebrations you can enjoy the world over. No matter where you head you will see people ringing in the new year, celebrating the last 12 months and getting ready for the next 12 ahead of them. While there are many things in common with how people do this – fireworks, TV shows and a sense of community, there are a few places who know how to celebrate New Year like no other. If you’re looking to celebrate New Year’s Day like you’ve never celebrated before, here are five unique locations to put on your bucket list.
5 Top things to do on your Travels to Sevilla, Spain
Seville, or Sevilla as the locals know it, is the fourth largest city in Spain, located in Andalusia, the southernmost tip of Spain. Founded as the Roman city of Hispalis before being renamed to Ishbiliya during the Muslim conquest of the early 700’s, it’s safe to say that Seville is steeped in history. The Old Town is the third largest in Europe, containing no less than three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and its harbour is the only river port still in existence in Spain. If you’re a lover of history and culture, Seville has an enormous wealth of attractions it can offer you.
Delizioso – Top Spots for Chocoholics to Visit in Milan. Tour Milan by Chocolate!
Most of us love bringing home some souvenirs from the new places we’ve visited, and chocolate is probably one the most popular and sought-after items in this regard. Indeed, each country has its own unique and original recipe for the preparation of this delight and Italy is no exception. Chocolate has become firmly established in the life of Italians, and is an integral part of Italian cuisine. Trendy Milan has several secret places where you can taste the unmatched Italian chocolate and other incredible desserts – these spots should not be missed!
Have you ever made a fanciful sandcastle that is so enchanting you wanted to step inside and spend some time? Well now your daydream has become a reality in the Dutch cities of Oss and Sneek. As last winter’s Ice Hotels slowly melted into the landscape, the Dutch came up with a new challenge for their talented ice sculpture artists….create a Sand Hotel for the summer season! Now childhood fantasies are coming true as the world’s first sandscastle hotels, complete with drawbridge and turrets open for occupancy.
A feast for the senses – Annual Food Festivals of Italy
Italian food culture really is something special. It’s not just the simplicity of flavours and the pride in fresh ingredients that permeates the everyday eating experience here, but the relish with which these are served – food is not merely to feed the body, but the soul – and in particular the soul of the family and the community. Even in these fast food, global-busy days there is still a sense in Italy that real food is important to take time for.
Oktoberfest 2015 begins this coming weekend! The largest Beer Festival in the world, Germany’s Oktoberfest, has been going strong for over 200 years and in all that time, appetites for good fresh beer, giant pretzels and grilled meats have grown every year. Today Oktoberfest in Munich welcomes over 7 million people during its 16 day beer fest. With 34 beer tents that seat 100,000, you would think that there would be a seat for you….but don’t dare go without making advance reservations at a table, or you’ll be standing the whole time. The good folks at Viator.com can coordinate everything for your visit. Have a peak at their article “25 Things To Know About Oktoberberfest” with links for reserving tours and tickets at the bottom.
When I mention to others that I live in Italy, I usually receive glares full of jealously and sighs expressing some unfulfilled dreams. Why does Italy seem idyllic to so many people I meet? This is a question I’ve been asking myself for a while now, and I think I finally found the answer. Italians are proud to be Italians and they do everything to cultivate their strong national, regional and local cultures.
Here are 8 essential tips to help you survive the Italian peculiarities, strange habits and a daily dose of the absurd.
Discover Dazzling Dresden, Germany – The most beautiful city on the Elbe River.
Dresden is undeniably one the most beautiful cities in Germany, many would say the most beautiful, it sparkles with baroque majesty that will leave you feeling you’ve arrived in a very special place. Lying right at the heart Germany’s Saxony region and just 30 miles from the Czech border, Dresden is separated into two parts lying either side of the River Elbe.
There’s only one place in the world where you can stand on top of Charles Darwin.
Yeah, you heard me right—on top of Darwin. Every London site will leave it’s mark on your and bring a smile when you remember them. And like any unique destination it’s got it’s quirks and tiny specialties that make it unforgettable, so dive into this list of unmistakable clues that you’ve gotten lost and found in London—either you’ll fall in love with London again, or get the itch to visit!
Wild Summer Nights: Take A Look At Europe’s New Party Capital, The Best Croatian Islands for 24/7 Entertainment. Move over Ibiza! Croatia’s coastline is full of great party destinations; the country is especially popular among young tourists, who are attracted by its clubs, beach bars and music festivals held all over Dalmatia and Istria. Still, there are two islands especially known for great parties which last virtually the entire summer – Pag and Hvar.
There’s a new trend on golf courses around the USA and it doesn’t come with high fees or expensive equipment. In fact, you probably have everything you’ll need to play FootGolf already at home. FootGolf is attracting attention as an ideal activity for families to get out in the sunshine and play together, and makes a great activity while on a family vacation. What is FootGolf, you ask? Take a soccer ball and strategically kick it around a beautiful 18 hole golf course into specially designed 21 inch cups cut into the rough of the course. Simple and fun!
Norway has some of the finest and most dramatic coastline in the world. It is a place of dreamy landscapes, framed by fjords and mountain ranges. It is a travel destination of immense beauty; and somewhere to learn a new respect for Mother Nature and the power of the earth. There are a huge range of activities to undertake and there will be something for everyone. The following are just a few of the best places to visit:
Expert tips for navigating your way though restaurants and pubs in Glasgow
Scotland is renowned by most of us for its unconventional military uniform, strong drinks and a tremendous musical instrument. But, apart from that it is also distinguished by the amazing cuisine.
Even being a part of Britain, Scotland has managed to retain its identity, special traditions and unique recipes that are little known in the world. And where is no better place to try all of these unique delicacies than in Glasgow – the city of exquisite restaurants and traditional pubs.
4 Best Places For Romantic Souvenir Photos in Rome
On checking out the list of best romantic destinations in the world, Rome is sure to find a place among the top 3 locations. Though many opine that Paris is the city for lovers, Rome too has its own unique charm and you should not miss. Rome is termed the Eternal City and it stands as a wonderful place to capture a photo of your eternal love.
Chances are your visit to Brussels will be an adjunct to a longer trip and your time there will be limited. So let’s take a look at the 6 Top Things to Do in Brussels.
High-speed trains run often from London, Paris and Amsterdam and direct flights from the states land daily at the city’s airport. Although there are several luxury hotels and accommodations available, Brussels is cheaper than other cities in Europe, making it a great addition to your next trip.
Where To Next? 15 Amazing Places in Italy That You Didn’t Know Existed But Are Well Worth Discovering
When visiting Italy, tourists usually find themselves caught between the charming atmosphere of Rome’s Trastevere, the busy markets of Florence, or romantic evenings at the Venetian Piazza San Marco, never getting the chance to experience the real feel of Italy. Living in this peculiar country for a few years now, I’ve learned the best of Italy can be found in small villages, hilltop towns and seaside communities that aren’t crowded and offer a real glimpse into Italian culture – which is not just about beautiful piazzas and delicious pizzas.
Come Along to Discover Some of Spain’s Most Enchanting Hidden Gems – Great Alternatives To Over-Touristy Cities
When we think about touring countries, we often tend to think about capital cities and their most famous landmarks. But contrary to popular belief, there’s so much more to Spain than the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona and the Royal Palace in Madrid. This article will take you off the beaten track and around the corner to discover exciting new territory. Discover Spain’s most unspoilt and fascinating destinations.
Top Seven Ways to Travel Like a Jedi With Star Wars Inspired Vacation Rentals. In a nod to Star Wars Day which occurred this week, we bring you fantastic vacation rentals where you’ll feel just like your in a Star Wars film. Grab your light saber and here we go:
A trip to Paris is reason for excitement whether it’s your first time or your 5th. But to experience Paris at its best, put down your guidebook and think outside the box. The Louvre, Eiffel Tower and the Orsay Museum are on everyone’s list of things to do in Paris, but don’t forget there are plenty of other options to see Paris differently. Paris is a playground and one that’s begging to be explored; from picnics in verdant green parks to bike tours and book shops – go off the beaten tourist routes with this list of unique things to do in Paris.