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  • Colombia Travel Guide | 2 Week Itinerary
    26 May 2022
    Colombia is a country with immense beauty and cultural heritage. If you’re looking for a spectacular travel destination, this region makes for a wonderful trip. It may not be the first place on your mind for a family holiday, but...
  • The Best Street Food In Berlin: The Top 5 Spots
    26 May 2022

    While sightseeing in Berlin, you learn about the rich history, admire stunning architecture, and immerse yourself in the local culture. It’s no surprise that, after all of this walking, the most common question asked is “where’s the best place to eat?”.

    The capital and urban center of Germany offers visitors a wide selection of the tastiest street food and liveliest food markets. From hot dogs and sweet potato fries to silky Thai tapioca dumplings, Berlin has enough street vendors to satisfy every curious foodie.

    Today, we’re bringing you the ultimate guide to the Berlin street food scene. Read on to find your next favorite spot in Berlin!

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    Best Street Food Spots in Berlin, Germany Moksa Kitchen Photo Credit: Moksa Kitchen

    Moksa is not one of those Indian restaurants exclusively serving traditional Indian food. Situated in Neukölln, this hip spot offers tempting fast food dishes including the guest’s favorite – tandoori chicken tikka.

    Boasted as the best tandoori chicken in the world, this signature dish is marinated for weeks and creates the perfect mix of spicy and savory. Aside from this top choice, Moksa offers naan bread with fillings, a range of chutneys, and curry dishes. To add to the excitement of different tastes, the menu also consists of ‘Hakka Noodles’ samosa with Chinese noodles and tamarind sauce, goat meat, and vegan ground beef.

    If you’re trying to find the best South Asian cookery in the city, reflecting both authenticity and creativity, Moksa surely won’t let you down. This place is almost a Berlin institution!

    Must-Try: Tandoori chicken tikka

    Address: Oranienstrasse 200, 10999, Berlin, Germany


    This graffiti-covered restaurant with pumping hip-hop music in the background is the top spot for real burger lovers. Since 2008, Burgeramt has been the blueprint of many grills in Berlin under the idea of Beats, Bars & Burgers.

    Inspired by international cuisines, this spot shook up the food scene with creations such as chicken peanut burger, halloumi peanut burger, bacon guacamole burger, Beyond Meat burger, and many more. This isn’t your typical German street food!

    Along with an array of burgers, enjoy sweet potato fries or french fries with cheese BBQ or guacamole sauce, and top it off with an ice-cold craft beer. Excellent American-style burgers and fries for any visitor looking to wow their tastebuds.

    Must-Try: Smokey pig burger

    Address: Krossener Str. 21 – 22, 10245, Berlin, Germany

    Street Food Thursday (Markthalle Neun)

    If you love to roam independent food stalls staffed by local and visiting cooks, make sure to stay in Berlin on a Thursday night. Street Food Thursday is an indoor market hall known to offer delicious food like fiery Mexican tacos, Berlin beef balls, Peruvian ceviche, and ridiculously colorful desserts.

    Vendors from all over the world present an extensive selection of street food on the weekly rotating lunch menu. Some of the local’s favorites include a carrot cake at Aunt Benny Cake’s, oysters at Küstlichkeiten, and last but not least Big Stuff Smoked BBQ pulled pork. Considered one of the best street food markets in Berlin, the place also has a wide variety of stalls selling craft beers, wines, and freshly made cocktails.

    Street Food Thursday’s pop-up food scene is extremely popular in the city so get in early to secure a free table. Undoubtedly, one of the top spots for Berlin’s street food.

    Must-Try: Big Stuff Smoked BBQ pulled pork

    Address: Eisenbahnstrasse 42, 10997, Berlin, Germany

    Bite Club Photo Credit: Bite Club

    Known as the slickest street food event in town, Bite Club bursts with great energy and a hugely diverse selection of drink and food stalls. Keep in mind that the Bite Club events are only held in the summertime so if you want to relish popular street foods, mark your calendar!

    Located outdoors by the river Spree, its convenient location lets you enjoy a refreshing breeze on hot summer days. Food trucks offer tacos, fried chicken, crêpes, and special finger food from countries like Pakistan and Argentina. To quench your thirst, treat yourself with local craft beer, gorgeous cocktails, or wine.

    Emphasizing good food, this trendy spot also plays live music and welcomes a cheerful audience. Who can resist this perfect combination?

    Must-Try: Crispy tacos with various toppings

    Address: Jules um B-Part, Luckenwalder Str. 6b, 10963 Berlin, Germany

    Mustafa’s Gemuese Kebab

    Since 2006, Mustafa’s Gemuese Kebab has consistently attracted large crowds and their hungry eyes. Locals absolutely adore this kebab shop for its finger-licking sauces, tender meat, and the tastiest pita bread.

    Fresh rotisserie döner meat weighing 330 pounds is brought in every morning and served throughout the day. What makes it stand out is a twist on traditional kebab recipes, offering chicken kebab and a kebab with perfectly roasted vegetables.

    Mustafa’s Gemuese Kebab is possibly one of the most popular street food spots in Berlin. You can’t miss it!

    Must-Try: Traditional döner kebab

    Address: Mehringdamm 32, Mehringdamm Metro Station, 10961, Berlin, Germany

    FAQ What is the most popular street food in Germany?
    • Currywurst 
    • Döner Kebab
    • Brezel
    • Roasted chestnuts
    • Kartoffelpuffer
    • Meat skewers
    Where can I find the best street food in Berlin?
    • Moksa
    • BurgerAMT
    • Street Food Thursday
    • Bite Club
    • Mustafa’s Gemuese Kebab
    What are the city’s best street food stalls?

    Street food stalls are a part of street food markets such as:

    • Street Food Thursday
    • Street Food auf Achse
    • Markthallen in Berlin: Regionale Lebensmittel, Feinkost & mehr
    • The Green Market

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  • The 5 best resorts in Sri Lanka to experience true luxury
    26 May 2022

    Sometimes we just want to leave everything behind and jet off to one of those unique places where you know you'll be able to relax and live life just that little bit slower and more intense. Sri Lanka is the perfect place to do so.

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  • Video: Qatar Airways & Cathay Pacific Hybrid First Class
    26 May 2022

    I flew on a very special Boeing 777 from Doha en route to the Maldives.

    Qatar Airways has leased a handful of planes from Cathay Pacific, resulting in a hybrid First Class cabin, of which we were the only occupants on this four-hour overnight journey.

    Here’s the full experience from First Class onboard the limited-time “Qatar Pacific” 777.

    Without further ado, you can watch the video below:



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  • Porcupine Ridge Hike in Kananaskis
    26 May 2022

    My inspiration for doing the Porcupine Ridge hike came from a post I saw on Instagram in early May – a time when most Alberta hikers are chomping at the bit to get into the mountains. The photo showed a little snow up high, but most had melted because of the south facing exposure. Fast forward three weeks, and John and I did the hike. It’s a challenging one – but a rewarding one with truly exceptional views after you break through the trees, about an hour into the hike.

    The trail is better than I expected and darned obvious for most of its length. It runs parallel to the Wasootch Ridge Trail – which is very popular as a spring hike. From Porcupine Ridge, you can also see Boundary Ridge, the west ridge of Midnight Peak (accessed from the Baldy Pass trail) and Tiara Peak. If you’re hiking early in the season, be sure to take warm clothes as its windy on the ridge. Icers would be a good idea if there was snow around. The same goes for gaiters. This is a fabulous hike that will help get you in shape for the hiking season.

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    Porcupine Ridge hike details

    Distance: Approximately 9.2 km return to the high point

    Elevation gain: 713 metres or 2340 feet

    Time needed: 4.5 – 6 hours

    Map needed: Gem Trek Canmore & Kananaskis Village

    Dogs allowed: Yes, on leash; water available in Porcupine Creek at start and end of hike

    Family friendly: No – best for older kids who have done some scrambling

    Don’t forget: Purchase a Kananaskis Conservation Pass before you go. Always take the 10 hiking essentials.

    Panoramic view of part of Porcupine RidgePorcupine Ridge hike description

    I had read several Porcupine Ridge hike descriptions, but I was always left confused. I hope I’m clear in my directions.

    The description assumes a start at the unofficial parking lot (see directions at the bottom of the post) beside Highway 40 where it meets Porcupine Creek. Hike southeast up Porcupine Creek on a well-defined trail for 1.2 km to reach a bridge. The connector trail from the Wasootch Day Use Area ends at the bridge. From here you are going to go back and forth across Porcupine Creek – perhaps four of five times, depending on water levels, until you come to a fork and two branches of Porcupine Creek. There is no right or wrong place to cross the creek. Sometimes there are logs bunched together, and at other times you’ll have to rock hop, but its all very straightforward. You might also pass some people climbing on the cliffs.

    You might want to have a dry pair of hiking socks in case you get a soaker. If water levels are high, consider taking water shoes or even a lightweight pair of crocs for the crossings. Hiking poles really help for balance.

    At the location where the two creeks meet (as shown on the Gem Trek map), you will notice a faint trail straight ahead, that climbs steeply up in a general southeast direction. That’s the one you want – and that is where the hard work and climbing starts. About an hour from the trailhead, you’ll emerge from the trees. At that point the grade eases slightly and the views explode. Be sure to look back to see the mountain peaks including “Mary Barclay’s Mountain” and Mount Lorette.

    Work you way up to the next high point on the ridge. The trail is good up to here. There is a short side trail where you can enjoy a great view and have a look at a memorial bearing a cross and golf club. 

    The next section will have some people turning around BUT don’t. There is one scramble up a slab but it’s short. You may need someone to give you a boost to get up. Once on top of this, look for another well-defined path along the ridge. It looks scarier in photos than it really is. From the end of it – which only takes about 5 minutes to walk, you’ll see the way forward to the real summit ridge. However, if you have a huge fear of exposure, you will not like this section.

    After descending off this short section of ridge, head left around the big nob of rock in front of you. Continue up through the woods, to reach a flatter area. At this point there are two ways to the top. Most people head up the rocky boulders and stop short of a slab with some exposure you must climb. Others go round the rock at the bottom – and I am told the route to the real summit is easier this way BUT the descent isn’t fun. In that case, you’ll need to do a loop and come down the slab (see photo with hiker downclimbing). 

    I went up the boulder route and stopped short of the climb up the slab to the very top. That seemed to be what most people were doing – so do what feels comfortable to you.

    From there, retrace your steps, enjoying the superlative views on the way down. Below are photos that will give you a good idea of what the Porcupine Ridge hike is really like.

    The hike starts by following Porcupine CreekWhen the trail dies out on one side you’ll have to rock hop across Porcupine Creek to pick up a trail on the other side (the water is low the third week in May so crossing is easy)Sometimes you’ll find logs to cross onIf it’s a nice day you might pass some climbers beside Porcupine CreekThis is the junction of the two creeks and where you start to climb (up the rock on the left in the woods)The views when you emerge from the treesThe next stop is the top of the ridge on the right via a well defined trailAfter the memorial at the top of the first ridge (previous photo) you must climb up …and eventually down this short slab sectionA section of trail along the ridge that is solid but has some exposureDescend to the col and follow the trail up through the snow – the only time you would need to consider icers but more on the descent (and this snow won’t be around for long)Looking back to the descent of this section of the ridgeUltimately you are heading for the knob to the left of the high pointOur dog loved cooling off in the snowA fellow downclimbing from the high pointJohn at a high point – though you can drop down from there – and can reach it by going around this hunk of rockLunch spot and turnaround point for most people on the Porcupine Ridge hikeGetting out of the wind for lunch
  • The 13 Best Berlin Attractions You Can’t-Miss
    26 May 2022

    Let’s cut right to the chase: Berlin is a city worth visiting at least once. Known for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, Germany’s vibrant capital handsomely rewards urban explorers with a whirlwind of attractions — even locals haven’t exhausted all there is to do here. 

    Tried-and-true experiences popular among visitors include checking dazzling art collections at fabulous museums and galleries and discovering the city’s turbulent past by visiting heartfelt landmarks like the Holocaust Memorial and the Berlin Wall. 

    But there’s more to Berlin than a dark past. The city reinvented itself, and it grew to become a lively metropolis filled with trendy neighborhoods, multicultural restaurants, creative venues, and an electrifying nightlife that is a magnet for party-goers.

    With so many options packed into this bustling city, it’s easy to find reasons to stay for a week’s vacation or longer. 

    To help you get the most out of your trip to Berlin, we’ve rounded up the 13 top attractions in the city. Whatever your mood and interest, you’ll find something incredible on this list.

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    The Top 13 Tourist Attractions in Berlin, Germany The Brandenburg Gate

    The Brandenburg Gate is, unarguably, one of Berlin’s most famous tourist attractions. Located in the city center, overlooking the alluring Pariser Platz square, the monument was commissioned by King Frederick Wilhelm II and built between 1788 and 1791.

    Originally built as a key entry point to Unter den Linden, which led to the Prussian palace, the gate came to symbolize Berlin’s division into East and West during the Cold War, and since the fall of the Wall, a reunified Germany.

    Aside from boasting a fascinating historical significance, the Bradenburg Gate dazzles visitors with its impressive architectural features. Designed by German architect Carl G. Langhans, who was strongly inspired by the Propylaea of the Athenian Acropolis, the monument is composed of 12 Doric columns that create five portals and is decorated with reliefs and sculptures designed by Gottfried Schadow. At the top, there’s a statue known as the “Quadriga,” which depicted the goddess of victory driving a chariot pulled by four horses. A masterpiece of neoclassical architecture!

    Address: Pariser Platz, 10117

    Reichstag Building

    After marveling at the grandiose Brandenburg Gate, make your move to the history-filled Reichstag. Originally constructed in 1894 to house the Imperial Diet (German: Reichstag) of the German Empire, the building was severely damaged in 1933 after being set on fire, and fell into disuse after World War II.

    The Reichstag building was fully restored after the German reunification, in 1990, when it underwent a reconstruction led by renowned architect Norman Foster. Now, this century-old construction is the official seat of the Bundestag, the lower house of the German parliament, making it one of the most important historical buildings in Berlin.

    If you plan on visiting the Reichstag, be sure to check out the building’s 800-ton steel and glass dome, which boasts an observation deck from where visitors can enjoy fabulous views of Berlin.

    Address: Platz der Republik 1, 11011

    East Side Gallery

    While most of the Berlin Wall was destroyed in 1989, it’s still possible to visit its only remaining stretch, which is the ultimate symbol of the German reunification.

    Located between the Berlin Ostbahnhof and the Oberbaumbrücke, along the Spree River, the 0,80-mile section of the wall was transformed into an open-air gallery — the longest in the world — featuring around 100 graffiti paintings by artists from around the world.

    One of East Side Gallery’s most irreverent paintings is “My God, Help Me to Survive This Deadly Love”, which depicts the Soviet politician Leonid Brezhnev kissing the leader of the GDR Erich Honecker.

    Address: Mühlenstraße 3-100, 10243

    Schloss Charlottenburg

    Charlottenburg Palace seems to have been plucked out of a fairy tale. Built at the end of the 17th-century as a summer residence for art-loving Queen Sophia Charlotte, wife of King Frederick I, this opulent Baroque palace was a favorite retreat of seven generations of Hohenzollern rulers. They repeatedly redesigned the rooms, which still to the present day maintain a lavish décor and a royal grandeur.

    During a tour of the palace, visitors are able to catch a glimpse of the opulent interiors decorated with dazzling artworks by Caravaggio, Guido Reni, Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony van Dyck, and Jacob Jordaens, and Jan Lievens. Schloss Charlottenburg also harbors a fabulous collection of 18th-century French paintings — the largest of its kind outside of France — making it one of the best museums in Berlin.

    Other highlights of the palace include the private chambers of Frederick the Great, the  Porcelain Chamber, home to an array of Chinese and Japanese blue ware, and the well-manicured gardens.

    Address: Spandauer Damm 10-22, 14059

    Opening Hours: Summer season Tuesday – Sunday from 10 am to 5:30 | Winter season from Tuesday – Sunday from 10 am to 4:30 pm

    Museum Island

    Welcome to the Museum Island, Berlin’s top tourist attraction for history buffs and art lovers. Nestled on the northern part of the Spree Island, this complex contains five stellar museums — Altes Museum, Neues Museum, Alte Nationalgalerie, Bode-Museum, and the Pergamonmuseum —, each of them home to outstanding art and archaeological collections.

    The Pergamonmuseum (Pergamon Museum) plays host to the Collection of Classical Antiquities, the Islamic Art Museum, and the Middle East Museum. Its crown jewel is the Pergamon Altar, a massive monument featuring a 370-foot long marble frieze depicting the Gigantomachy from Greek mythology.

    Altes Museum contains Berlin’s Antikensammlung (Collection of Classical Antiquities) and part of the Numismatic Collection, while the Bode Museum houses the Collection of Sculptures, the Museum of Byzantine Art, and most of the Numismatic Collection.

    In the Neues Museum, visitors will find the Egyptian Museum  —  home to a century-old bust of Queen Nefertiti —, as well as the Museum of Pre and Early History.

    Last but not least, there’s the Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery), which features 

    1800 paintings and 1500 sculptures by artists like Paul Cézanne, Renoir, and German painter Caspar David Friedrich.

    No wonder why the Museum Island was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

    Address: Bodestraße 1-3, 10178

    Opening Hours: Museum Island & Panorama Pass €19, Museum Pass €29

    Jewish Museum

    The Jewish Museum is another must-visit cultural institution in Berlin. The largest of its kind in Europe, the museum is praised for displaying a superb permanent exhibition entitled “Jewish Life in Germany: Past and Present”.

    Covering an area of over 3,500 square meters, the exhibit reminisces on German Jewish history from the Middle Ages to the present day.

    While snooping around the museum’s galleries, you’ll stumble upon an eye-opening collection of ceremonial objects, from a Torah mantle to a crown, as well as video installations, hands-on stations, 33 artworks, and immersive virtual reality experiences.

    Address: Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969

    Opening Hours: Open daily 10 am–7 pm

    Berlin Wall Memorial

    Running along both sides of the Bernauer Straße, the Berlin Wall Memorial is one of the most famous landmarks in the city, as it depicts a key event in German history.

    The memorial was created in 1998 to document the history of the division of the city into West and East Berlin, and it includes the last remaining piece of the wall.

    You’ll also find an open-air exhibition that illustrates the history of Berlin between the wall being built and being torn down. There, you’ll also find the Chapel of Reconciliation, which honors those who fled and were killed at the border strip, as a Visitor Center with a viewing platform located on the other side of the street (the western side).

    Address: Bernauer Str. 111, 13355

    Holocaust Memorial

    Located near the Brandenburg Gate, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is a central place of remembrance for the Jewish victims of the Holocaust. This heartfelt memorial consists of over 2700 concrete blocks spread across an area of about 19,000 square meters, all identical in their horizontal dimensions, reminiscent of coffins.

    Beneath the memorial is located the Information Centre, which features themed rooms that documents the crimes of the Nazi during World War II.

    Address: Cora-Berliner-Straße 1, 10117

    Berliner Fernsehturm (Berlin Television Tower)

    Seeking to enjoy the most heart-capturing views of Berlin? Then head over to the TV Tower on Alexanderplatz. Opened in 1969, this 368m-tall tower features a 360º deck from where visitors can observe Germany’s capital in all of its glory!

    Address: Panoramastraße 1A, 10178

    Opening Hours: November to March from 10 am to 10 pm | April to October 9 am to 11 pm

    Berlin Cathedral
  • Wild Willy’s Hot Spring: Directions, Tips & Pools
    26 May 2022

    Wild Willy’s hot springs is nestled within the Long Valley Caldera south of Mammoth Lakes in California. This area is one of Earth’s largest calderas making it the perfect place to …

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  • How To Hike Fay Canyon Arch Trail In Sedona
    26 May 2022

    Fay Canyon Trail is a classic Sedona hike featuring a striking hidden arch and optional rock scramble leading to spectacular canyon views. Even the simplest form of hiking Fay Canyon …

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  • Tips to Prevent Lost Luggage
    26 May 2022
    9 Tips to Prevent Lost Luggage
    9 Tips to Prevent Lost Luggage
    • By Seema
    • May 26, 2022

    If you travel frequently, you have most likely experienced the nightmare of missing luggage at some point during your travels. Lost luggage complaints have decreased significantly in recent years, yet it still happens. Misplaced luggage can disrupt a well-planned holiday and may result in a loss of time and money. You may be able to cope most of the time, but lost luggage can often lead to inconvenience, turmoil, and panic. If you’re planning a trip, why not take a few steps to allow your bags a better chance? While there are no foolproof ways to protect your luggage from getting lost, you can follow a few basic tips which may prevent your bags from getting misplaced and also help in recovering them if they go missing.

    1).  Fly non-stop or with longer layovers

    Traveling nonstop is the easiest way to safeguard your luggage because bags are frequently misplaced in transit. Unfortunately, we can’t always go for this option because of cost or non-availability. The next best alternative is to choose flights with a longer layover to give your luggage and yourself adequate time to get abroad on the next aircraft. When booking connecting flights, avoid layovers of less than 1.5 hours. If your flight is delayed, the airline crew will not have enough time to move your bags from one plane to the next. You’ll rush to your next flight, but your luggage may not make the connection in time. Plan a slightly more extended layover if you have booked the two flights separately. Or, if you are required to retrieve your baggage for customs before boarding the next plane. You need to pick up your luggage at baggage claim and drop it off after following the required procedure. This takes time and you cannot expect to be as quick as the airport staff. Remember all of this while booking tickets.

    .         Rawpixel.com2).  Make Your Luggage Stand Out

    Make your bag stand out by using eye-catching details. Purchase suitcases in striking colors or prints, wrap a bright ribbon/tape/tag around the handle, apply stickers/patches to the body, or use bold luggage straps – it all depends on your creativity. These simple markings will help you identify your luggage on the carousel among a sea of similar-looking suitcases. By personalizing your luggage, you ensure that none of your fellow travelers grab it by accident. If your luggage goes missing, the unique tags will also act as an identifying mark.

    3).  Reach on Time

    Arrive at the airport with plenty of time to check in your luggage. Checking in at the last minute can be risky for your bags. The rushed process can lead to incorrect tags being placed on your luggage. Don’t forget that bags also pass through many security checks before being loaded into planes. Bags of last-minute passengers would reach the loading bay last, and there might not be enough time to get your luggage on board.

    4).  Label your Baggage Inside and Outside

    Before checking a bag, label it outside as well as inside. Attach a sturdy baggage tag outside the suitcase with your name, hotel name, email address, and phone number. You can skip the home address. Luggage tags are often ripped off during the rough handling process, so keep a copy of your travel plans inside your luggage. Place it on top where it’s easy to spot. Duct tape a piece of paper or a card with all of the necessary information, including the address and a dated itinerary. This will make it easier for the airlines to locate you and return your luggage if it gets misplaced.

    .         Flickr.com5).  Tear Off Old Tags

    Remove any existing tags, barcodes, or stickers from your luggage before attaching any new tags or labels. Bags are scanned many times during your journey, and old barcodes might mislead luggage scanners with outdated information from previous flights. If the suitcase gets lost, we don’t want it to be re-routed to your prior location. Our goal is to make it simple to identify where the bags are going and keep them on track.

    6).  Take Some Pictures

    Click clear pictures of your bag and keep them with you. If you need to report lost baggage, you can provide a photo of the missing bag to the concerned authorities. This will make it easier for them to locate it. Compile a list of everything in your bag. However, if you are too lazy to make that effort, images will suffice. Snap a picture of the contents of the bag before zipping it shut. It will be useful while filling out the claims form if your bag is never located. Take pics of your baggage-claim ticket as well, just in case you misplace it.

    7).  Lock Up Your Luggage

    When traveling, you run the risk of not only losing your bag but also having your things stolen from your suitcase. Always use TSA-approved locks to secure your luggage. Thieves would target easy-to-open bags and may ignore your locked suitcases. If your luggage goes missing, a lock will keep the contents safe as it passes through multiple hands before reaching you.

    8).  Get to Baggage Claim as Quickly as you Can

    Prior to landing, the flight attendant normally announces the carousel number. Otherwise, you may look it up on the monitors. Try to reach the right baggage carousel as quickly as possible, and keep an eye out for your bag as it comes off the belt. This eliminates the danger of someone picking up your luggage, either accidentally or on purpose.

    .      Flickr.com9).  Don’t Overpack Your Bag

    Make sure you don’t overpack your bag. When the suitcase is flung around at the airport by the airline workers, it can burst open if it is overstuffed. In such instances, baggage handlers typically place the suitcase aside, resulting in the bag being delayed or lost. Better keeps your bags light and manageable.

    Despite this, your bag might still be misplaced or lost. As a result, it is vital that you keep all of your medications, valuables, essentials, and a change of clothes in your carry-on. Consider getting travel insurance.

    What to do when your bag is missing?

    Don’t panic if your luggage does not show up on the luggage carousel. File a claim right away, and do so before leaving the airport. Locate your airline’s baggage office and report the incident there. You will be asked to fill out forms with all of the necessary information about yourself and your luggage. After that, you can leave the airport. The airlines will then search for your bags and, if it is found, send them to your specified address.

    If the airlines are unable to locate your luggage, they will try to replace it with the suitcase that is the closest match. The contents of the bag will be monetarily reimbursed. The amount of compensation varies depending on the airline’s policy. Sometimes, you will be compensated for a day’s worth of needs, such as underwear, clothing, and basic toiletries. Keep the receipts for items purchased as they will have to be submitted. You might even be asked to make a list of everything in your bag. Jewelry, artwork, electrical equipment, high-value commodities, cash, and other assets are typically excluded from reimbursement.

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  • Wyndham Launches New App Feature To Help Travelers Plan Road Trips
    26 May 2022

    After staying at home during the pandemic for two years, travelers want to go out and explore the world. They have been planning more road trips than ever and many businesses in the travel industry know it. This is why the American hotel company Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is launching a new feature called “Road …

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  • 7 Popular Travel Destinations for Students
    27 May 2022

    Today, travel is more accessible than ever before. Young people certainly use their chances to travel while still in college. Of course, sometimes, the hardest part of any travel plan is to pick a country or destination. Thus, young people have to look at affordability, safety, cultural inheritance, nightlife, and other personal preferences when choosing a country. It’s not an easy choice to make. Though, with a little bit of research, each student will find a country to their liking. To help you in your search, here are the most popular travel destinations for students. See if you can pick something for yourself here! 

    #1 France

    France is one of these countries everyone puts on a bucket list. Of course, many students, as the most impressive group, dream of walking the magical Parisian streets. So, young people often choose France as their travel destination. Sure, France, especially its capital, is not the cheapest place to travel. However, with the right approach, everything is possible. 

    While in France, you can survive on fresh croissants and coffee. Though, how much you can see for free there! Just think how many talented and famous people walked those streets! You can even pay for essays to learn more about the cultural inheritance of France in the art world, save time on endless papers by asking for professional help, and spend more time visiting new places.

    #2 Morocco

    Morocco offers an interesting mix of new and old blended together in one big country. It pays great respect to its cultural inheritance, keeping its spirit and history alive. It’s one of the most vibrant African countries. It’s full of colors and grand architectural monuments. You won’t find such a travel experience anywhere else in the world. Some people will compare Morocco to India, though. However, these countries have their own unique styles of surprising and welcoming their tourists. 

    #3 Spain 

    Spain is beautiful at any time of the year. You can go to the Western and Southern regions during the summer seasons. Enjoy the long, beautiful beaches and warm ocean waters. Come to Barcelona for incredible architecture and rich history. Travel to Seville or Madrid for the romantic atmosphere and spacious squares. Overall, each city in Spain will have something unique to offer. Students come here for fun times, delicious cuisine, and a great climate. In addition, Spain offers versatile nightlife with plenty of bars to all tastes, affordable music theaters, and nightclubs. 

    #4 Thailand 

    For a while now, Thailand has been very popular among all kinds of tourists from all over the world. It doesn’t matter whether you are a budget or luxury tourist. Whether you have a week or a few months, you’ll enjoy Thailand the same. Students often choose Thailand for its low prices and great street food. There you can find accommodation as cheap as $3 per night! 

    You can backpack through the entire country due to the great public transportation system. Spend time only in Bangkok or take a ferry to one of the many islands around Thailand. Go to the northern parts of Thailand if you want smaller tourist crowds and better prices. Overall, this country offers you plenty of routes to explore. 

    #5 Mexico 

    Of course, young people love Mexico! It’s affordable and fun with great cuisine and rich cultural inheritance. So, people come here to enjoy thrilling city life, gorgeous nature, and unique dining experiences. The dynamic urban life won’t leave you indifferent. That’s the city to find any type of entertainment, food, and cultural events to any taste or liking. However, what makes Mexico so special are the people. The locals are incredibly welcoming and warm, ready to greet travelers as their own. Finding a local guide and hearing their stories will be a nice addition to your trip. 

    #6 Peru 

    South American countries always attract many young people. Their vibrant nature, rich culture, and warm people serve as the best invitation to travelers. However, Peru is probably the most popular among all Latin countries. The reasons are simple. Beyond being one of the most affordable, Peru also has some of the most beautiful nature. Sure, the Andes play a big role in Peru’s popularity. However, did you know that Peru also has a desert? Indeed, this country has a lot to offer for all nature lovers. Students come here to hike and rest from college life. 

    #7 Greece

    Greece is one of the most popular and affordable countries when it comes to travel. Young people love coming there for the culture, nature, beaches, and food. Of course, Greece has a lot to offer young people. First, they can travel to one of the many Greek islands for vacations. There they will enjoy the full range of services and activities. You can go hiking, scuba diving, bar exploring, and, of course, partying. 

    You can also go to the mainland to see the great ancient ruins, wonderful architecture, and beautiful parks. The prices on the mainland will also be more pleasant for budget travelers. You can rent a car and spend days exploring Greece with all its mountains, beaches, and old cities. 

  • Secrets of Peru
    26 May 2022

    Travelers come from all over the world to see Machu Picchu. But after her adventure travels to Peru, Ker & Downey’s Director of Marketing learned there is so much more. She shares her secrets of Peru and her favorite “off the beaten path” experiences you can do beyond Machu Picchu. 

    By Sara Kramer 

    Secrets of Peru: Beyond Machu Picchu

    The great Incan dynasty was the first of its kind in South America. It spanned up and down the west side of South America. And the most famous structure from the Incas is Machu Picchu.  

    Built in the 15th century, Machu Picchu was thought to be where they held religious ceremonies. But in just 160 years, the Spaniards would conquer the Incas and destroy their structures. It is said that Machu Picchu remained in such excellent condition because the Spaniards were led around it during their conquest of the Incas. It was uninhabited until the early 1900s, when the famous anthropologist Hiram Bingham led an expedition through the Jungles of Peru and re-discovered it.  

    Machu Picchu is beautiful and gives us insight into a civilization that is largely unknown. But the secrets of Peru are about so much more than Machu Picchu. Machu Picchu will bring you to Peru, but it is everything else that will bring you back.  

    Here are three off the beaten path experiences to incorporate in your adventure travels to Peru, beyond Machu Picchu: 

    Hike the Andes Mountains

    The Andes Mountains are home to some of the highest peaks in the world. And Peru is a hiking mecca. It’s true, there are multiple hikes in Peru worth considering. One of the most notable is the Inca Trail. But away from the crowds you can find some of the most beautiful landscapes in all of Peru. While I was in Peru, we hiked up to Palomani High Pass, which sits at 17,000 feet above sea level. Largely unknown, the hike takes you through the Andean highlands to the town of Chillca, where a community of alpaca herders resides. Alpacas dot the countryside as you journey through the highlands, making your way up to the pass. As you come up to the pass, you will be surrounded by many glaciers. At 17,000, this hike is one featuring both beauty and reward and is a true secret of Peru.   

    Food & Drink Discovery

    So much about the Peruvian experience centers around their food and drink. You do not have to go far to learn that Peru is the land of the super (good) food: quinoa, avocado, mango, banana, and potato. It is the original farm-to-table destination. Do not miss the experience at El Albergue in Ollantaytambo. Here you can experience a Pachamanca lunch, a traditional Incan meal cooked on hot rocks. You will also have the opportunity to visit their coffee bean roastery and distillery on-site. It’s the ultimate food and drink experience.  

    And let us not forget about their coffee, a true secret of Peru. New age coffee shops can find throughout the entire country but especially in Lima, the Sacred Valley, and Cusco. Do not miss Ciclos Cafe in the Barranco district of Lima. This small coffee shop is doing incredible things with both coffee and chocolate. And have I mentioned their pisco? Yes, pisco is used to make Peru’s famous pisco sour. We recommend adding a cocktail-making class to your adventure travel to Peru itinerary. You will learn how to make the perfect pisco sour that you can enjoy long after you have returned home. 

    Community visits

    The thing that surprised me the most was our interaction with local communities. Many operators will suggest community visits that are more for show. And while it teaches you a little about the culture, it is often done just for tourists. But in Peru, the opportunity to visit these authentic communities is important. From the Mismany community at Moray to the alpaca farming communities around Chillca, to the Aymara community around Lake Titicaca, Peru has some of the best-kept communities because they are still living the exact same way they have been for years, with a few modern conveniences. Instead of going down into Moray in the Sacred Valley, take a 20-minute hike up to the Mismany community for a view from above. You will get a glimpse into their daily life and get away from the buses and crowds. 

    Ready to unlock the secrets of Peru?

    Contact Ker & Downey to customize adventure travels to Peru. Read more about the seasonality and pricing in South America at the Ker & Downey Difference. For even more travel inspiration, follow us on Instagram.

  • The 5 best resorts in Sri Lanka to experience true luxury
    26 May 2022

    Sometimes we just want to leave everything behind and jet off to one of those unique places where you know you'll be able to relax and live life just that little bit slower and more intense. Sri Lanka is the perfect place to do so.

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  • Luxury Across New Zealand
    26 May 2022

    Luxury Across New Zealand is a 15-day discovery of the country’s most memorable sights and cities. Traveling to the best of both the North and South Islands, this fully custom journey features an America’s Cup sailing experience, wine tastings, Māori culture, a dramatic flightseeing excursions over the marvels of Milford Sound, and endless opportunities for adventure in New Zealand’s premium adventure tourism region.

    Luxury Across New Zealand with Ker & Downey

    Suggested journey at a glance: 15 days/14 nights in Auckland, Taupō, Marlborough Sounds, Lake Hāwea, Wanaka, and Queenstown.

    This suggested trip is just one way to discover the country’s most memorable sights and cities on your own customized Ker & Downey journey. Our designers are at their best when crafting a journey unique to you; so contact us to get started planning, and read on to see one example of what’s possible on a handcrafted trip.

    Luxury Across New Zealand’s North Island

    Luxury Across New Zealand begins with harbor-front accommodations that offers splendid views over the Viaduct basin and Auckland city. Enjoy an America’s Cup sailing experience and a fabulous wine and sculpture tour of Waiheke Island before transferring to New Zealand’s geothermal hot spot, Rotorua, for a unique immersion into Māori culture. Your private retreat is surrounded by one of the country’s prime recreational playgrounds and one of the best trout fishing regions in the world.

    Marlborough Sounds

    Your Luxury Across New Zealand experience then journeys to Marlborough Sound. Board a private helicopter for a flight to Kapiti Island, one of New Zealand’s oldest and most important nature reserves. While there, enjoy a walking experience of the island, a bird sanctuary, and home to numerous rare plant species. Many of these plants aren’t even found on the mainland. Continue onto your accommodations in the heart of Queen Charlotte Sound. While in the Sounds, you’ll also enjoy a private charter cruising through the beautiful Sounds.

    Christchurch and Lake Hāwea

    Travel next to historic Christchurch for a leisurely private cycling tour and punting experience in the Garden City. The following day you’ll travel to a sole-use villa in New Zealand’s premium adventure tourism region. Indeed, skiing, kayaking, jet-boating, rock climbing, mountain biking, horse trekking, and ski diving are all at your doorstep. Additionally, world-class fly-fishing and back country hiking are also available. Finish off your luxury travel to New Zealand experience here with a private scenic flight over the incredible Tasman glacier on Mount Cook. This is New Zealand’s highest mountain, and you will land at Lake Wanaka.


    An eco-luxury homestead with total privacy and exquisite food and wine is your next destination. Experience true luxury travel to New Zealand as you embark on a private farm tour and discover their sustainable farming practices, plant regeneration efforts, and native bird breeding programs. A heli-hike on Franz Josef takes you into superb scenery and deep into the heart of the glacier.


    Luxury Across New Zealand concludes south in Queenstown, the aptly named adventure capital of New Zealand, in Australia and New Zealand’s No. 1 resort. Set out on a scenic helicopter flight and cruise through Milford Sound. Spend your last day on a jet boat trip up the Dart River for a nature walk through Mount Aspiring National Park. Indeed, what an unforgettable end to the adventure of a lifetime.

    Luxury Travel to New Zealand with Ker & Downey

    Ready to discover the country’s most memorable sights and cities? Contact a Ker & Downey designer to customize your own journey. Read more about the seasonality and pricing of South Pacific at the Ker & Downey Difference. For daily travel inspiration, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.

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  • Wanna visit an Igloo, Melbourne? The Wharf Hotel’s Igloo Wonderland is here!
    26 May 2022

    This winter, the Wharf Hotel offers a delightful igloo dining experience for those who are looking for a cozy night under fairy lights on the banks of the Yarra.

    From Thursday 26 May until September 2022, you can gather your friends and family to enjoy your own private winter wonderland with stunning water views.

    wharf hotel igloos melbourne

    The small igloos can fit up to two to eight people and everyone dining inside an igloo must pre-order and prepay for a package. All the igloos are booked for exclusive use for two hours (with 30-minute breaks in between for their strict cleaning regimes to ensure your safety). There is a minimum of 2 adults per booking.

    For $59 per adult you’ll receive a grazing board to share inside your winter igloo dining experience.

    Feast on Mt Zero marinated olives, Baked brie, garlic pizza bread, Spinach & feta pastizzi, falafel, Squid, and White fish ceviche

    A variety of drinks are available, including mulled wine, mulled cider, sloe gin & rosemary hot toddy, espresso martini, house wine or a schooner of beer or cider.

    For an additional $20 per person, you can also order boozy hot chocolate and dessert to share.

    If you’re dining with kids they can select off the children's menu where every item is $15 and includes a main course and dessert. You can check out the menu here and there are activities on the sheet to keep kids amused (though I'd recommend BYO pens).

    The kids enjoy their burgers and the portions are generous. It's a shame that my kids refuse to eat most of the salad!

    The Wharf Hotel‘s Igloo Wonderland is open seven days a week, at all times that the hotel is open. Having said that, I think the best time to visit is close to sunset, so that you can appreciate the twinkling lights of the city views.

    As there are only a limited number of igloos it’s best to book your igloo ahead of time. If you’d like to make a reservation with kids 12 & under, please call 9810 0097 and their reservation team will gladly help you with your bookings.

    For more igloos in Melbourne visit The Winter Village in Federation Square, Auburn Hotel Hawthorn and The Station Hotel Footscray Where to go ice skating and see snow in Melbourne

    Tips for Wharf Hotel Igloo Wonderland:

    • Pram access;
    • High chairs are available, though I don’t see them used inside the igloos;
    • There are disabled toilets;
    • Book a private igloo for 2-6 guests. Igloos are available 7 days per week at all times that the hotel is open.
    • Private igloo guests choose from a $59 grazing board menu. Vegetarian packages available on request;
    • Kids can choose to eat from the children’s menu which is $15 for a choice of main and dessert;
    • Street parking available at Wilson Parking Sidderley St;
    • Nearest train station is Southern Cross Station;
    • Alight at stop [x] of the [x] tram;

    I hope this post has helped or inspired you! Subscribe to my weekly newsletter to find out more ways for your family to have fun together!

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  • Cosy Up at Auburn Hotel’s Winter Igloo Garden, Hawthorn East
    26 May 2022

    Get into the winter spirit by chilling out (pun intended) in The Auburn Hotel’s pop up Winter Igloo Garden.

    The historic hotel and fancy gastropub in Hawthorn East, across the road from Auburn Station, has installed one large and four igloos for private dining in their back courtyard. The igloos have been super popular in previous years and for this winter are open from Tuesday 24 May 2022 until September 2022.

    Winter igloos auburn hotel

    You can hire a private igloo with winter-themed food and beverages packages from $69 per adult. The small igloos are quite tightly positioned next to each other but spacious within and fit up to two to six people.

    For the three of us – one adult and two kids – there is enough room to spread out and even have a nap!

    All the igloos are booked for exclusive use for two hours.

    I tried the special $69 igloo package, starting with a choice of an American Honey Bourbon hot toddy cocktail, espresso martini, cherry spritz, glass of house wine, or a pot of tapped beer.

    Previously the food has been a generous grazing platter as pictured – during this visit it's a 3-course ‘feed me’ meal with entrée, main & dessert. There are vegetarian and vegan options as well.

    Note the menu is subject to change, view the sample menu HERE.

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    If you’re dining with kids they can select off the children's menu, with main courses starting at $10. The kids enjoy their fish, salad, chips and the portions are generous.

    If you’re able to reduce the ratio of adults to kids then hiring a private igloo is great value! Note that there is a minimum of 2 adults per booking.

    The Auburn Hotel’s Winter Igloo Garden is open seven days a week, at all times that the hotel is open. As there are only a limited number of igloos it’s best to book ahead.

    For more igloos in Melbourne visit The Winter Village in Federation Square and The Station Hotel Footscray Where to go ice skating and see snow in Melbourne

    Tips for Winter Igloo Garden Auburn Hotel:

    • Pram access;
    • High chairs are available, though I don’t see them used inside the igloos;
    • There are disabled toilets and a change table;
    • Book a private igloo for 2-6 guests. Igloos are available 7 days per week at all times that the hotel is open.
    • Private igloo guests choose from a $59 set menu. Vegetarian packages available on request;
    • Kids can choose to eat from the children’s menu starting at $10;
    • Street parking available on Auburn Road and surrounding streets;;
    • Nearest train station is Auburn Station

    I hope this post has helped or inspired you! Subscribe to my weekly newsletter to find out more ways for your family to have fun together!

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  • The Station Hotel igloos are heating up Footscray
    26 May 2022

    A winter wonderland is unveiled at The Station Hotel, Footscray! Dine at their Winter Igloo Garden from Thursday 26 May 2022 to October 2022 and enjoy a three-course feast.

    While the kids play on an undercover two-level playground, you can cozy up in an igloo that’s good for two to six people – making it the perfect place for an intimate gathering for couples, friends, or family.

    station hotel igloos melbourne

    Dining at The Station Hotel's Winter Igloo Garden means a delicious 3-course meal per person – basically, a ‘feed me' feast consisting of an entrée, main and dessert and a choice of drink on arrival.

    Beware – there is a lot of food! And The Station Hotel is famous for its steaks, so it may not be the most ideal restaurant for vegetarians, although they will do their best to cater to dietary requirements.

    Beverage choices include a boozy hot chocolate, Station mulled wine, espresso martini, a schooler of Furphy later or ale or a glass of house wine.

    Note at the time of my visit I am able to order a mocktail, which may not always be available as an off-menu item.

    The menu is subject to change but you can see the sample Winter Igloo Garden menu.

    Each booking costs $75 per adult and requires a minimum booking of two adults. You are allowed to stay for a two hour period with thirty-minute breaks in between so that the restaurant can undergo their strict cleaning regimes required for the safety of all guests.

    If you’re dining with kids they can select anything off the a la carte menu, and if you specifically want the kid's menu every item is at $10. You can check out the a la carte menu here.

    The kids meals are a bit on the small side for my children so they share my dessert too!

    The Station Hotel's Winter Igloo Garden is open seven days a week, at all times that the hotel is open. So why not treat yourself and your loved ones to a night beneath a sky of twinkling fairy lights in the garden this season.

    As there are only a limited number of igloos it’s best to book your igloo ahead of time – weekends are particularly busy but I found good availability for early evening on a weeknight.

    For more igloos in Melbourne visit The Winter Village in Federation Square, Auburn Hotel Hawthorn and Wharf Hotel Where to go ice skating and see snow in Melbourne

    Tips for Station Hotel Winter Igloo Garden:

    • Pram access;
    • High chairs are available, though I don’t see them used inside the igloos;
    • There are disabled toilets;
    • Book a private igloo for 2-6 guests. Igloos are available 7 days per week at all times that the hotel is open.
    • Private igloo guests choose from a $69 per person 3-course menu;
    • Kids can choose to eat from a la carte menu, which includes the children’s menu where every item is $10;
    • Limited street parking available; and
    • Nearest train station is Footscray Station.

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  • Enjoy high tea at the Studley Park igloos this winter
    26 May 2022

    Imagine yourself in a winter igloo perched under oak trees and beside a twinkling river….

    Well this winter Studley Park Boathouse at Studley Park, Kew has exactly that experience waiting for you!

    Studley park IGLOOS MELBOURNE

    On weekends from Saturday 22 May to January 2023 you can book a private igloo for up to four guests alongside the Yarra River and enjoy a cosy high tea experience package catered by Studley Park Boathouse.

    In previous years, the Studley Park igloo experience gave off a winter like design that made you feel as though you were actually in a dome covered in a thin layer of ice. This year however, Studley Park has revamped their igloo experience into an enchanting Winter Paradise with a design that now shows off an elegant garden pod coated in ivy runs and boho inspiration. We are so excited for this refreshing experience and can't wait to see it ourselves during our visit this year but just for this post we will be using photos from our 2021 experience.

    A minimum of 2 adults are required per igloo and each adult is $52 per person. The igloos are decked out in comfy chairs, blankets, small tables and lanterns and fake foliage.

    The high tea winter igloo experience at Studley Park includes sweet and savoury bites plsu unlimited tea and coffee. The scones are particularly large and I like the chunky fruit jam with the serving.

    Kids are allowed to order from the cafe's a la carte menu, including a few kids meal options.

    Each booking lasts for a two-hour period with 30-minute breaks in between for their cleaning protocols. However, for $25 per person, you can get the bottomless sparkling and mimosa package which will allow you to stay for an additional hour and thirty minutes and really soak in the views!

    After your visit enjoy the rest of Studley Park, with numerous walking and bike paths to explore in a green pocket of Melbourne that's so close to the city.

    Book your winter wonderland high tea experience for a visit any day of the week, at all the times that the cafe is open.

    As there are only a small number of igloos it’s best to book your igloo ahead of time – weekends are particularly busy.

    For more igloos in Melbourne visit The Winter Village Federation Square Square, Auburn Hotel Hawthorn, Wharf Hotel South Wharf and Station Hotel Footscray Where to go ice skating and see snow in Melbourne

    Tips for Studley Park Boathouse Winter Igloos:

    • Pram access;
    • High chairs are available, though I don’t see them used inside the igloos and they're not a great fit;
    • There are disabled toilets at the cafe;
    • Book a private igloo for 2-6 guests. Igloos are available 7 days per week at all times that the cafe is open.
    • Private igloo guests choose from a $49 per person high tea menu;
    • Minimum 2 adults per booking;
    • Add 1.5hr bottomless sparkling & mimosa package for 25pp;
    • Kids can choose to eat from the cafe's a la carte menu;
    • Carparking available.

    I hope this post has helped or inspired you! Subscribe to my weekly newsletter to find out more ways for your family to have fun together!

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Europe Travel blogs

Europe Travel Blogs

27 May 2022

Europe Travel Blogs Europe Travel Blogs
  • Trencin, Slovakia – More than the Impressive Castle
    26 May 2022

    I can’t count how many times I passed Trencin, Slovakia when traveling by train between Bratislava and the northern part of the country. And every single time when I saw this picturesquely located town with the castle towering above it, I promised myself I would eventually visit Trencin. Finally, I found myself visiting Trencin and within the first few minutes I cursed myself I didn’t give this place a chance sooner. Even if I didn’t know about many things to do in Trencin (besides the castle), the town stole my heart right away and now it is on my personal list of the most pleasant cities in Central Europe. As it quickly turned out there are quite a few Trencin attractions worth checking and I ended up spending more time there than I had planned (not to mention it was a really charming place to be in). If you plan a trip around Central Europe be sure to include Trencin in your itinerary, it is definitely one of the best (and most underrated) places to visit in Slovakia. Where is Trencin, Slovakia Trencin, the city of around 55k inhabitants, is located in the central-west part of Slovakia, near the border […]

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  • 3 Days in San Sebastian, Spain
    26 May 2022

    Looking for the top things to do in San Sebastian? From cooking classes to food tours, this is how to have the best 3 days in San Sebastian!

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  • The 11 Best Hotels in Midtown, NYC for 2022
    26 May 2022

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    The post The 11 Best Hotels in Midtown, NYC for 2022 appeared first on The Tour Guy.

  • The Year of the Big Family Holiday: Brits Set to Spend Over £80bn on Family Holidays this Year
    26 May 2022
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    26 May 2022
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    26 May 2022
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    26 May 2022
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    26 May 2022
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    26 May 2022
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    26 May 2022
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Dubai Travel blogs

Dubai Travel Blogs

27 May 2022

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  • 10 Budget Friendly Hotels in Dubai
    26 May 2022

    Dubai welcomes plenty of visitors from all across the globe. Emirate is a hub of luxury hotels and resorts which […]

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  • 10 Budget Friendly Hotels in Dubai
    26 May 2022

    Dubai welcomes plenty of visitors from all across the globe. Emirate is a hub of luxury hotels and resorts which […]

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  • Looking For Unique Engagement Party Venues In Dubai – Here Is The List
    25 May 2022

    With the variety of wedding venues expanding to encompass everything from temples and churches, to beaches and vineyards, having a destination wedding is the trend of today.

    Not necessarily meaning that a lavish affair is in order, there are a number of venues all over the world that can make your special day exactly the way you want. So, if you are looking for destination wedding venues, look no further! From sandy beaches to sparkling ballrooms, desert ceremonies to cool blue “I Do’s”, and grand celebrations to simple affairs, wedding venues in Dubai ensure every couple the perfect place to celebrate the joy of togetherness and love.

    • Engagement On a Yacht
    • Al Maha Desert Resort
    • Atlantis The Palm
    • Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club
    • Four Seasons Resort Dubai
    • Jumeriah Beach
    • Sofitel Hotels & Resorts
    • Fairmont The Palm
    • The Address Montgomerie Dubai
    • Emirates Palace
    Engagement On a Yacht

    Yacht engagement parties are fun and unique in their own aspect.  They give you the ultimate leverage to have your destination wedding in your style.  You neither have to worry about the décor nor about the other arrangements as they have a crew for the job. For the Yacht engagement party, they have trained and professional crew members that let you have a fun field engagement on the boat. You can invite as many guests as you want or just have a close gathering of friends surrounding you.

    Engagement parties at Dhow Cruises are exciting as it gives you a completely separate place to celebrate your moment of love for 3 hours. Your event will be accompanied by tasty food, live performance, complimentary cake, an air-conditioned deck, and photography, of course.  Talk to the event management company and see how they can help you make your events wonderful.

    Location: Dubai Marina

    Seating capacity: Lotus Mega Yacht (400 Pax) |  Ocean Empress Dhow (500 Pax)

    Al Maha Desert Resort

    Dubai’s distinctive Al Maha Desert Resort is rated one of the city’s greatest outdoor wedding locations. With the sand dunes as a backdrop, being married in the desert is an experience that few will ever forget. Your dreams will come true if all of these elements are included in your event: breathtaking views, desert activities, and generous service. Because the resort is part of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, you can have a private and modest wedding ceremony there as well.

    Location: Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve – Dubai – Al Ain Rd – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

    Seating capacity: 300 guests

    Atlantis The Palm

    Atlantis The Palm, one of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, truly is a tropical haven. This man-made island is ideal for those who want a calm wedding surrounded by the sea, but it also offers a wide variety of additional attractions and activities for you to enjoy! Unlike the Al Maha Desert Resort, this is an area of the city that is more lush and blue in color. Atlantis The Palm is one of Dubai’s most popular tourist attractions.

    Location: Crescent Rd – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

    Themes: Arabic Wedding, Summer Wedding, Indian Wedding

    Sofitel Hotels & Resorts

    Sofitel Hotels & Resorts, a five-star luxury beach resort, is an ideal location for a wedding. This resort has a somewhat French feel about it, thanks to its setting on the magnificent Palm Jumeirah. This resort and hotel with a Polynesian motif features expansive outdoor areas, private restaurants, and a wedding planning staff that can handle any and all of your needs.

    Location: The Palm Jumeirah, East Crescent Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

    Seating capacity: Upto 700 guests

    Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club

    The Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club is the place to get married if you want it to be elegant and graceful. At any time of day or night, you can exchange vows while gazing out over the lush green polo fields. Is the arrival of the bride in a horse-drawn carriage enough to make your fairytale wedding a reality? Additionally, the stables’ charm sets the ideal tone for a country-themed wedding.

    Location: Al Qudra Road, Next to Dubai Studio City, 7477 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

    Seating Capacity: 400 guests

    Jumeirah Beach

    The Four Seasons Resort in Dubai is yet another stunning wedding location on Jumeirah Beach. The Burj Khalifa can be seen from this beachfront property, making it an ideal place to exchange wedding vows. Weddings in grand ballrooms, gardens by the sea, and with a top-notch planning staff are all possible. The Four Seasons Resort on Palm Jumeirah is unquestionably one of the best hotels in Dubai and one of the best wedding venues in the city.

    Location: 2 Jumeirah St – JumeirahJumeirah 2 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

    Seating capacity: Upto 450 guests

    The Address Montgomerie Dubai

    All of Dubai’s natural splendor can be found at The Address Montgomerie Dubai. This is one of the nicest and largest outdoor venues, with lush meadows, fragrant gardens, calm lakes, and enormous golf fields. The hotel’s natural surroundings and top-notch services ensure the comfort and satisfaction of all of its visitors. Additionally, there is an outside pool deck and a balcony for any nighttime gatherings that may arise.

    Location: Emirates Hills, 36700 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

    Crowne Plaza

    This is Dubai’s oldest hotel, located on Shaikh Zayed Road, and it has been growing in popularity among visitors over the past two decades. It’s a well-known hotel that’s played host to various events over the years. From audio-video screens to a wedding cosmetic area, we’ve taken care of all your requirements.

    Location: Sheikh Zayed Road, Trade Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

    Seating capacity: up to 1,000 guests

    Emirates Place

    This is the place to get married if you want it to be a regal occasion. You and your loved ones will have a wonderful time here, owing to the wonderful service and the lovely interior and outside decor. Throughout the event, you can count on dedicated professionals to be there to help you and ensure that everything goes off without a hitch.

    Location: West Corniche Road – United Arab Emirates

    Seating capacity: 30 to 2,000 guests

    Nikki Beach Resort & Spa

    Favourably located on the beachfront, overlooking the astounding Pearl Jumeirah, Nikki Beach Resort & Spa is a picturesque destination to have that utopian wedding. Offering an array of luxury amenities amidst its paradisiacal surroundings, this wedding destination is ideal to have your dream wedding in Dubai. Tendering to the exclusive needs of its guests, this resort offers access to a private patio, private rooftop pool, deluxe villas and so much more.

    Location: Pearl Jumeira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 8286.

    Seating capacity: Upto 500 guests

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  • 10 things to see and do in Time out Market Dubai
    25 May 2022

    Time Out Market is the best dining hotspot like no other which adds an irresistible food hall concept to the […]

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  • 10 things to see and do in Time out Market Dubai
    25 May 2022

    Time Out Market is the best dining hotspot like no other which adds an irresistible food hall concept to the […]

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  • TABŪ opens at St.Regis Downtown in Dubai
    24 May 2022

    From the same team of Miss Tess and life Cé La Vi comes this Japanese restaurant TABŪ which offers the […]

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  • The Best 7 Places to Get Your Free Art Fix in Downtown Dubai
    24 May 2022

    From the wide galleries to getting lost in world-famous museums, Dubai is a vibrant canvas like nothing you had seen. […]

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  • TABŪ opens at St.Regis Downtown in Dubai
    24 May 2022

    From the same team of Miss Tess and life Cé La Vi comes this Japanese restaurant TABŪ which offers the […]

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  • The Best 7 Places to Get Your Free Art Fix in Downtown Dubai
    24 May 2022

    From the wide galleries to getting lost in world-famous museums, Dubai is a vibrant canvas like nothing you had seen. […]

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  • Top 10 animal viewing spots for kids in the UAE
    23 May 2022

    When we hear the name Dubai, the first and foremost thing that strikes a chord is oil. Secondly, the well-known […]

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  • Cebu Pacific Airlines announced on Wednesday that it has restored its full pre-pandemic capacity, just in time for the peak travel season.
    26 May 2022

    MANILA – Cebu Pacific on Wednesday said it has restored 100 percent of its pre-pandemic capacity in time for the summer season. The airline, which earlier this year reduced flights due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, said it is now back to its regular schedule. Cebu Pacific Airlines has announced that it has […]

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  • The Best Countries in Asia to Visit
    26 May 2022

    There are many different countries in Asia to visit, each with its own unique charms and attractions. So, which one is the best? That depends on your personal preferences. Some people might prefer the bustling city life of Japan or South Korea, while others might prefer the relaxed atmosphere of Thailand or Vietnam. No matter […]

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  • Các cách để xem kết quả xổ số trực tiếp nhanh nhất và xem chi tiết là gì?
    26 May 2022

    Xổ số Keno là loại hình xổ số mới nhất của Vietlott ra mắt vào ngày 23 tháng 8 năm 2019. Người đàn em này đã hoàn thành xuất sắc nhiệm vụ kế thừa những thành công của đàn anh cấp trên mang lại một sức hấp dẫn khó ai sánh kịp.   Người chơi […]

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  • 12 Reasons Laos Should be on your Bucket List
    26 May 2022

    While Southeast Asia is certainly home to some of the best beaches and island getaways in the world, there's a lot more to its magic than its sparkling coastline. Southeast Asia also abounds with fascinating culture, history, friendly people, amazing food, exotic wildlife and its own unique charm that you can't find anywhere else on earth. And it's these areas where lovely and often overlooked Laos really shines. In case you've never given Laos the fair shake it deserves when considering a holiday to Southeast Asia, here's why it should be on your bucket list.

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  • Germany in June – Weather, Top 6 Places to Visit and Important Events
    26 May 2022

    June is a fantastic month to visit Germany, with pleasant weather and the longest days of the year, giving you more time to see the sights and enjoy the countryside, which includes mountains, rivers, woods, and lakes. Summer tourists start to arrive this month, but you’ll still be ahead of the throng in the first half of the month. Scroll down to know more about Germany in June!

    Weather in Germany in June

    June is a sunny month in Germany with fresh greenery, sunshine and long hours of sunlight. For example, the summer solstice is the longest day of the year, with more than 16 hours of sunlight, early sunrise (before 5 am), and late sunset (after 9 pm).  As April approaches summer, temperatures and humidity are expected to rise especially in the southwest.  Berlin, the capital of the country, has an average daily maximum temperature of 22 degrees Celsius and a minimum daily temperature of 12 degrees Celsius. Frankfurt is the warmest city in Germany with an average daily maximum temperature of 24°C and an average daily minimum temperature of 14°C.

    Bavarian Alps cities like Garmisch-Partenkirchen will feel a little cool, especially near Zugspitze, Germany’s highest peak at 2,962 meters above sea level.  Bring your spring jacket and some light layers early in the morning and late at night wherever you go. Also, pack your raincoat and umbrella for the intermittent downpour, where the sun often dries quickly. You can also bring sunscreen for sightseeing and outdoor adventures.

    Also Read: Germany in May – Summer destinations and festivals you should never miss!

    Top 6 places to visit in Germany in June 1. Brandenburg Gate

    If you’re wondering what to see in Germany, we recommend starting at Berlin’s historic Brandenburg Gate. The sandstone monument is built-in 1791 and modelled after the Acropolis of Athens. This 18th-century neoclassical monument provides a wonderful background for photography. Add it to the list of places to visit in Germany. 

    Source: Unsplash

    Also Read: 10 Best Places to Visit in Berlin on your Germany Vacation

    2. Museum Island

    Berlin is arguably one of the best places in Germany. And among its many treasures, is the infamous Museum Island, also known as Museumsinsel. This pedestrian-friendly district is one of the best places to visit in Germany.

    Source: Unsplash3. The Berlin Wall

    Without visiting The Berlin Wall, The list of German attractions is incomplete. Among the most popular German tourist attractions, some sections of the Berlin Wall are well preserved and some are covered with colourful graffiti. See also the Berlin Wall Exhibition and the Berlin War Memorial. 

    Source: Unsplash

    Also Read: A Prequel to the Street Art Cult of Berlin

    4. Cologne Cathedral

    A masterpiece of Gothic architecture, Cologne Cathedral is one of Germany’s top attractions. It is one of the largest Catholic churches in Europe with an area of ​​6,166 square meters and 56 huge pillars. The 56 pillars around it further admire the splendour of the place. The panoramic view from the South Tower further emphasizes the importance of the site. The interior features stunning gold artwork and 12th-century stained glass windows.

    Source: Unsplash

    Also Read: 8 Best Things to Do in Cologne, Germany For a Spectacular Vacation

    5. The Rhine

    This famous place is also known as the Rhine Valley. It is Europe’s most important and beautiful spot among all of Germany’s attractions. The Rhine flows through Switzerland, Germany and the Netherlands. There are about 60 medieval towns and 40 castles along the river which must be explored.

    Source: Unsplash

    Also Read: Best things to do in Düsseldorf to experience the Rhine Valley

    6. St. Michael’s Church

    The Baroque church was built in 1762. It is one of the most famous churches in Hamburg. The church has a 132-meter high tower that can be reached by elevator. There is also an observatory at the top, which offers spectacular views of the city. This is a must-see when visiting Hamburg. Hamburg is one of the city’s most important landmarks and one of Germany’s most beautiful churches.

    Source: Unsplash
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    Events in Germany in June
    1. Mozart Festival Würzburg 

    This annual four-week event (end of May to end of June) is Germany’s oldest Mozart Festival. You can enjoy the events that take place in the buildings and gardens of the Würzburg House. It is registered with UNESCO. 

    2. Leipzigbach Music Festival

    The city of Leipzig featured in this article hosts the annual Bach Festival in June. The festival celebrates where the composer wrote most of his work. 

    3. Handel Music Festival, Halle

    You can visit the birthplace of the composer George Frideric Handel and hold an annual festival in June. At this festival, international musicians play their music in honour of the German composer. 

    4. Kiel Week, Kiel

    Kiel Regatta is an annual event in June that attracts international audiences and is Europe’s largest sailing event. 

    5. Cultural Carnival, Berlin

    The cultural carnival takes place in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Early in June, this multicultural street celebration will take place (Pentecost weekend). It comprises lots of parades, performances and music events.

    Also Read: Best of German Festivals: World-class Food, Music and Culture!

    Frequently Asked Questions About Germany in June
    1. Is the trip to Germany expensive?

    Calculating the total cost, Germany is not an expensive travel destination. But when you decide to cruise, your budget can exceed your expectations. Even if you want to travel on a budget, you have to do a lot in Germany.

    2. Which is the cheapest city in Germany?  

    One of the cheapest cities in Germany in Leipzig, where you can pay the minimum rent for an apartment. Apart from that, Bochum, Jena, Siegen and Kiel are some of the other cities where you can live on a tight budget.

    3. Is it safe to visit Germany during the Covid? 

    The German government recently issued a notice stating that all restrictions imposed to contain the Covid epidemic have been lifted. However, you must take the Covid test 24 hours before departure. No quarantine and Covid testing are required as the restrictions have already been lifted on arrival. 

    4. Is life expensive in Germany? 

    Compared to other European countries, Germany is not an expensive place to live. Living expenses in Germany usually cost around 850 euros a month and can be managed by most people.

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    Explore the best of Munich and Frankfurt in a course of 9 days

    In Germany, there is no shortage of sites to visit. This country offers it all, from breathtaking scenery to delightful attractions. So, what do you have to lose? On a bespoke trip to Germany with your loved ones, you can see it all. There are several options for you Germany packages at affordable rates in Pickyourtrail. So, Book your personalised Germany holiday packages today!

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  • Austria in July – Weather, Top 6 Places To Visit and Festivals
    26 May 2022

    Austria, with its Alpine mountains and grand Historical heritage, is a country that attracts visitors. And, despite its tiny size in the grand scheme of things, there are many places to visit and things to do. It might be difficult to select what to do in Austria, so we’ve decided to make it easier for you by compiling a list of all the top locations to visit in Austria in July. These are all the places and some of the important festivals you should experience if you’re planning a trip to this lovely country.

    Weather in Austria in July

    Sun worshipers will have a great time in Austria in July. Temperatures are known to reach  3540 degrees Celsius, making it the warmest month in Austria on average. Both rural and urban vacations are ideal at this time of year. The lakeside cabin is a great base for hikers and water sports enthusiasts. The town offers a variety of outdoor activities, including outdoor movie events and Lido. This is also an ideal time to visit Vienna, as the streets tend to be quieter than usual. The average temperature in July is 27°C (80°F), with an average of 9 days of rain.

    Also Read: Austria in June – Weather, Top 5 Places To Visit, Top 4 Things To Do and more!

    Top 6 Places To Visit In Austria In July 1. Starkenberger Beer Pools

    All beer lovers are ready to experience a beer like never before! As the name implies, you can cool not only beer but also beer! So tag your favourite friends and start the party! Starkenberger Castle has seven pools, each 4.10 meters deep and 42,000 pints of beer to relax more than ever. What’s more, who wants to miss the vitamins and calcium that this beer offers? 

    Source: Unsplash

    Also Read: 10 Unique and Unusual Things to Do in Austria

    2. Crystal Worlds

    What is a better way to celebrate the 100th anniversary of something special like Swarovski? Well, this theme park is here for exactly that, and visitors can enjoy many exhibitions here. The main “Forest Room” is surrounded by green hills and stands in front of it. There are many other rooms in this exhibit, including multiple Swarovski crystals, which make it more brilliant than ever. 

    Source: Unsplash

    Also Read: 10 Best Reasons To visit Austria

    3. Green Lake

    Imagine a lake where you can walk around, sit and think, and dive nearby. Well, that’s exactly the right place! You can scuba dive in this lake near the guesthouse and just watching the fish swim in the lake will be a fun experience. As you can imagine, this is certainly the best place for a summer vacation in Austria. 

    Source: Unsplash

    Also Read: 10 Most Beautiful Lakes in Austria To Visit For a Soothing Experience

    4. Riegersburg Castle

    With so many ancient legends, you will be amazed at the number of royalty who ordered the castle to be rebuilt over the years. What you can see today was created in the 17th century under the rule of Baroness Catalina Elizabeth von Wechsler. If you want to listen carefully, there are many stories in this castle. This strategically built castle is one of the reasons why you should visit Austria in the summer.

    Source: Unsplash

    Also Read: 8 Most Beautiful Castles in Austria That Are Jaw Dropping Beautiful

    5. Worthersee

    It is said that if you have never been to the land of Lake Wörthersee, you have never seen real Austria. This place is said to be one of the most popular tourist destinations and is full of activities such as canoeing, visiting the famous Griffen  Cave and the cathedral here. The Villach Automobile Museum is also worth a visit. Especially worth a look for all car enthusiasts who want to see a collection of motorcycles and cars. 

    Source: Unsplash6. Imperial Butterfly Park

    A unique reserve where you can see beautiful creatures just read poetry and books are a great way to add more nature to bring Austria’s best during the summer vacation. There is also a short film with a wealth of information on butterflies found in the park.

    Source: Pixabay
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    Popular Festivals in Austria in July La Strada

    La Strada is Austria’s only festival to collaborate with internationally renowned artists and discover new forms of expression outside the established theatre. This summer’s top festival in Austria will support innovative works and support Austrian artists at the Pan-European Festival Circuit. Street theatres, acrobats, facial expressions, puppet shows, children’s theatres, dance and clown art provide a week and a half-space for meeting Europeans and locals. Lastrada helps visitors learn more about the capital of Styria and its inhabitants and look for cross-border encounters. This festival has long formed the foundation of Graz’s cultural life.

    Bregenzer Festspiele

    This famous summertime season occasion in Austria draws crowds with opera and live performance performances via way of means of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the world`s maximum extensive floating degree. Surely the metropolis had a top-notch place at the beaches of the lake and the lovely environment that led a number of his smart minds to install a degree on barges in 1946. The lake and the encircling nation-state have been consequently to be the primary a part of all productions. 60 years later, the Bregenzer Festspiele is an imperative part of Austrian culture. For 4 weeks withinside the summertime season, audiences can revel in enormous open-air opera productions with unknown intensity. No surprise the 2008 James Bond “Quantum of Solace” manufacturers have been enthusiastic about this brilliant placing as they looked for places. The Tosca venue fashioned the backdrop for the film`s backstage, and Puccini`s track turned into used for the dramatic soundtrack.

    Frequently Asked Questions about Austria in July
    1. What is Austria famous for? 

    Austria is known for its castles, palaces, historic buildings and unique buildings that tell its glorious history. 

    2. When does it snow in Austria?

    It will snow from the end of December to March.

    3. What should I buy in Austria? 

    Some of the best souvenirs from Austria are Mozartkugel and Austrian beer glass.

    4. Which is the most beautiful city in Austria?

    There are many cities in Austria, not just one, with the following true beauty: 
     1. Hallstatt village 
     2. Innsbruck 
     3. Badgastein 
     4. Alpbach 
     5. Dürnstein

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    Schonbrunn Palace. Vienna State Opera. Fortress Hohensalzburg. St. Stephen's Cathedral

    So, while you’re still deciding whether or not to spend your summer vacation in this location, keep in mind that the only way to learn more is to visit. Plan a trip to Austria for an unforgettable vacation experience! Make sure you bring an additional bunch in case you decide to extend your wonderful vacation here! Book your personalized Austria tour with Pickyourtrail‘s Austria packages at great deals!

    The post Austria in July – Weather, Top 6 Places To Visit and Festivals appeared first on Pickyourtrail Travel Blog.

  • Saigon to Phan Rang by train past epic dragon fruit, solar & wind farms
    26 May 2022
  • Where to go in Montana and Wyoming?
    25 May 2022

    Montana, also called Big Sky Country, is one of the spectacular destinations for all the people desiring outdoor beauty. The state is loaded with natural parks, wildlife, and mesmerizing scenery. Along with this, there are a lot of cities with cowboy culture. If you plan to visit Montana, here are some not to miss places. […]

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  • Wink Hotel Saigon Centre is disrupting us…but in a good way
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  • There Are Many Things To Do At Wadi Rum With Rum Magic Nights
    25 May 2022

    Wadi Rum is a huge area. It is known for its red sand and the sandstone mountains. This valley of the moon, Wadi Rum is cut into sandstone and granite rock. The dramatic desert of Wadi Rum is famous. So, you will be spending a great time in the world’s most beautiful deserts this holiday. Rum Magic Nights welcomes you. Are you planning to spend your next holiday in Wadi Rum? Then, we are here to guide you on your Wadi Rum trip. We are a well-known tour organization.

    We have been offering carefully designed tours for years. We know what our customers expect from us. Wadi Rum is a wonderful tourist attraction, and if you are planning a vacation in Wadi Rum reach out to us. We will make it memorable for you. Enjoy and create unforgettable memories with us.

    You are at the right tour company so just relax. Your Wadi Rum exploration will be more interesting than you expect it to be. We have years of experience in making Wadi Rum tours remarkable for tourists.

    Our company is made and run by Bedouin cousins and brothers. As a local of Bedouin, we want our visitors of different regions and cultures to be aware of our habits and traditions. Our tour services are reliable, they are designed to make your vacation pleasant. You will get to know the things to do at  Wadi Rum in a better way. So, get ready to carry bags full of Wadi Rum’s experiences back home. Are you excited? We are!

    Things to do in Wadi Rum: There’s a lot you can do on your Wadi Rum vacation like

    Full day jeep tour: The tour starts from Wadi Rum village and during the whole trip you will be visiting Nabatean Temple, Lawrence’s Spring, Khazali Canyon, and Um Frouth Rock Bridge. Then we will drive to Burdah Rock Bridge, followed by Almahama Canyon. This whole day Jeep Tour will be fun for sure.

    Five Hours Jeep Tour: This tour includes a visit to Nabatean Temple, Lawrence’s Spring, Khazali Canyon, and Um Frouth Rock Bridge. Then we will drive to Burdah Rock Bridge, followed by Almahama Canyon, Lawrence’s House, Sand dunes, and many others. The 5 hours will be very enjoyable.

    Full day hiking tour with overnight: Want to try hiking? Our hiking guide will guide you to enjoy exciting and fun hiking from Wadi Rum village. From there, we will go to Lawrence’s spring. After lunch we will continue to Bedouin tea, from there we will move to Khazali canyon. Then, finally, we will proceed hiking in the sunset area.

    Full Day Jeep and Camel Tour with Overnight: So, the tour starts with Wadi Rum’s village, from where you will have a camel ride. Then after the camel ride, we will go to see the Map and then sand dunes on a jeep. Then, the Lawrence’s House, Burrah Canyon, Burdah Rock Bridge, and Khazali Canyon.

    There are many other tours you can try out, which are –

    • Three days hiking tours with overnights
    • AI Hash Mountain Tour with Overnight
    • Half-Day hiking tour with overnight
    • Full Day Camel Ride with Overnight
    • Three Hours Jeep Tour with Overnight

    Choose any tour as per your needs and budget.Enjoy beautiful Wadi Rum in a beautiful way with us.

    For more information email at For more information email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us 1482291992 .

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  • 10 Best Boutique and Luxury Hotels in Phoenix, Arizona
    26 May 2022
    From high-end spa resorts and modern city skyscrapers, to gourmet getaways, these are the best luxury hotels in Phoenix, Arizona. 
  • Top 12 Cool and Unusual Hotels in Albuquerque 2022
    26 May 2022
    Known for its incredible views, surrounding surreally beautiful landscapes and of course, being the city where the hit TV series “Breaking Bad” was set, the quirky-cool spot is well worth a visit. It’s actually New New Mexico’s largest city starting out as a Spanish colony way back in 1706. Make sure you check out the...
  • The 5 best resorts in Sri Lanka to experience true luxury
    26 May 2022

    Sometimes we just want to leave everything behind and jet off to one of those unique places where you know you'll be able to relax and live life just that little bit slower and more intense. Sri Lanka is the perfect place to do so.

    The post The 5 best resorts in Sri Lanka to experience true luxury appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.

  • 9 Best Things to do in Bellagio, Italy (Lake Como)
    26 May 2022

    Are you planning to visit Bellagio on Lake Como soon? This picturesque town is definitely a tourist favourite, so we’ve gathered the best things to do in Bellagio for you to plan your trip.

    Colourful houses lined up near turquoise waters – that’s the villages on Lake Como for you. This large Y-shaped lake has many places that seem to be stolen straight from a fairytale book, and Bellagio is one of them.

    Arguably the more charming town on Lake Como, Bellagio is a popular travel destination within Italy. You can reach it from Milan in just over an hour and it makes for a fantastic day trip. While the town is pretty touristy, it’s still kept its charm and I highly recommend checking it out when spending some time in Italy.

    To help you make the most of your time in this lovely town, I’ve listed the best things to do in Bellagio below:

    Best Things to do in Bellagio, Italy

    Wondering what to do in Bellagio? Here are the things you shouldn’t miss:

    1. Wander Through the Town Centre

    One of the best things to do in Bellagio is to simply wander through the town centre. The picturesque cobblestone streets, alleyways and staircases will be more than enough to keep you entertained for a couple of hours.

    The lower part of Bellagio is located near the lake, with many places to sit and have a bite to eat. Further up the hill, the upper part of Bellagio is filled with unique boutiques and atmospheric alleyways.

    2. Enjoy Lake Como Views at La Punta Spartivento

    Bellagio is filled with great views of Lake Como, but one of the best ones has to be La Punta Spartivento.

    It’s located at the tip of Bellagio village, around 10 minutes from where the ferries arrive. You can find some of the best views of Lake Como here, with mountains from the Alps in the background.

    But even walking through Bellagio gives you more than enough views of the Lake, especially when walking towards the upper part of the town. And with so many good views, there isn’t a shortage of restaurants where you can enjoy the scenery.

    3. Explore Villa Melzi’s Gardens

    Bellagio itself doesn’t have many tourist attractions, but Villa Melzi is one of them. This 19th-century mansion has beautiful botanical gardens which you can enjoy for a small entree fee. The villa itself isn’t open to the public, however.

    4. Swim in Lake Como (Lido di Bellagio)

    The turquoise water of Lake Como does look quite inviting, doesn’t it? But can you swim in Lake Como?

    Yes, you can! Bellagio has its own little beach (Lido di Bellagio), where you can dip in the water or simply relax on the shore.  There are little gazebos offering a place to hide from the sun, as well as a place to eat and drink.

    5. Dine with a view

    Bellagio, being a pretty touristy town, has more than enough restaurants available. And most of them make full use of the stunning views of Lake Como.

    During my day in Bellagio, I sat down for a pizza and a glass of wine at Hotel Excelsior Splendide’s restaurant. It wasn’t even that expensive (especially for the location and the view), and the food was good! I paid €17 in total and enjoyed it thoroughly!

    6. Walk to Pescallo, Bellagio

    Just a short walk from Bellagio town lays Pescallo. This quiet fisherman’s village can be reached by walking up the hill in Bellagio. There are some small alleyways and cobblestoned paths you have to cross, but it’s a very scenic walk.

    7. Go on a Lake Como boat tour

    Since Bellagio is located on the lakeside of Lake Como, boat tours are very popular. You can enjoy the lake and the many famous villas that are built near it by boat. Some tours even offer extras like wine tasting – but keep in mind that these aren’t cheap!

    8. Take a trip to Varenna or Menaggio

    With so many ferries leaving the shores of Bellagio every 10–15 minutes, you may also want to take a trip to the other towns in Lake Como’s “Golden Triangle”. Both Varenna and Menaggio are only a short boat ride away and a single ticket costs you less than €5. Plus, the views from the ferry are stunning!

    Check out my guide to the best things to do in Varenna for some extra travel inspiration.

    9. Take a day trip to Milan

    You can also take a day trip to Milan when staying in Bellagio since Lake Como is located pretty close to the city. From Bellagio, the quickest way to get to Milan is by taking the ferry to Varenna and then hopping on the train to Milano Centrale.

    Milan has a lot to offer. From climbing the Duomo di Milano to seeing Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”, you can easily see most of the highlights in one day.

    How to get to Bellagio, Italy?

    The easiest and quickest way to get to Bellagio from Milan is by taking the train to Varenna-Esino and, from Varenna, you can take a ferry to get to Bellagio. The train will take just under an hour and the ferry takes 15 minutes.

    Bellagio doesn’t have its own train station. And while it’s possible to drive to Bellagio from Milan (75 km) or Como (32 km), it’s not the easiest route to drive and there isn’t much parking space available. The route is very scenic, however!

    Is Bellagio Worth Visiting?

    Bellagio is arguably the prettiest town on Lake Como, and while it’s a little touristy, it’s definitely worth a visit. The colourful houses against the turquoise lake make for a stunning view. While there isn’t a lot to do in Bellagio, simply wandering through the old town, taking a boat tour on Lake Como and having dinner with a lovely view make for a great day trip

    On top of that, from Bellagio, you can take trips to Varenna, Menaggio, Como and Milan. So even if you’re only spending one day in Bellagio, there are lots of places to explore nearby.

    How Many Days do you Need in Bellagio?

    If you want to explore more of Lake Como, I recommend going for 2–3 days. However, it’s completely possible to take a day trip to Lake Como from Milan and see most of Bellagio and Varenna’s highlights. Bellagio isn’t very large and, while very pretty, there aren’t many sights to see.

    Is it Better to Stay in Como or Bellagio?

    Both Como and Bellagio are great places to stay when visiting Lake Como, but which one is best for your trip? It depends on what you’re looking for.

    Bellagio is much smaller than Como and more charming. Since it’s located mid-lake, the views are absolutely stunning! However, it is quite touristy and there isn’t much to do.

    Como is more like a small city, and while there is more to do, it doesn’t have the same atmosphere. It is easier to get to Como compared to Bellagio.

    Alternatively, you can also stay in Varenna. It has a similar charm to Bellagio but it has a train connection, making it very easy to get to (especially if you’re carrying a suitcase!).

    Visiting Bellagio, Italy – Conclusion

    When going to Lake Como, you should definitely check out Bellagio. It’s definitely a favourite of all the towns on Lake Como, and while there isn’t a lot to do, you can easily fill a day of sightseeing and relaxing with one of the best views in Europe. Even if it’s just for a day trip from Milan, it’s 100% worth your time.

  • Day Trip to Nottingham: One Day Itinerary
    26 May 2022

    Planning a day trip to Nottingham and unsure about what to do? This one day itinerary shows you all the best spots in the city.

    Nottingham, the home of Robin Hood, Nottingham Castle and a pub that claims to be the oldest in the country. Since the city centre isn’t too large, you can walk to most museums, parks, historic buildings and a great range of restaurants and bars – with a few sights easy to reach with public transport. 

    From major cities like London or Manchester, you can get to Nottingham in under two hours by train, making it a perfect city break destination in the UK

    So if you’re wondering whether Nottingham is worth the trip, let me show you what you can do in this city when visiting for a weekend.

    Day Trip to Nottingham Itinerary

    Here are the best things to do in Nottingham in one day:

    Old Market Square

    Let’s start our weekend in Nottingham in the heart of the city: Old Market Square. After Trafalgar Square in London, this is the largest public space in the UK. 

    If you’re in a shopping mood, this is the perfect place to go, as most of the main shopping streets stretch out from this square. You can also find Nottingham Tourism Centre here if you’re after any specific information. And make sure to stop by the Left Lion outside the Council House, a city icon.

    200 Degrees Coffee

    Most big brands can be found in all major cities in the UK, but what truly makes a city special is its independent shops. And 200 Degrees Coffee is one of them. With its first coffee shop and roastery having been founded in Nottingham, it’s a business the city is especially proud of. 200 Degrees Coffee now have 15 cafes all across the UK – the perfect place for a quick caffeine boost to get ready for a weekend of exploring.

    Nottingham Castle & Robin Hood Statue

    And, of course, Nottingham is the city of Robin Hood. There are references to him and his Merry Men all throughout the city, but some of the most famous ones are the statues just outside the walls of Nottingham Castle. Since they’re outside walls, you can visit them without having to pay for the Castle entree.

    While on the topic of Nottingham Castle, it’s another highlight that deserves a spot on our itinerary. The original castle was destroyed in 1651, but a new palace was put in place for the Duke of Newcastle. In the building that stands today, you can find a cafe, museum and art gallery.

    Access to the gallery and museum is included with the main entree ticket. Apart from a collection of beautiful paintings, you can also find Anglo-Saxon brooches, medieval ceramics and stoneware from the 17th century.

    At the Castle, you can also go on a 25-minute tour through the Castle Caves and see the foundations of the medieval Castle for an extra fee.

    Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem Pub

    Dating back to 1189, Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem claims to be the oldest pub in the country. Whether it’s true or not, it’s certainly worthy of a visit. Located at the back of Castle Rock, upon which Nottingham Castle stands, the pub is quite an impressive building. Inside, you’re transported back in time, with rooms carved out of Castle Rock. The “museum room” even holds a full knight’s armour and a collection of swords.

    Whether you’re ready for a classic pub meal or simply want to enjoy a quick drink, this is the place to be. On sunny days, you can use the picnic tables outside the pub too.

    Wander Through the City of Caves

    Nottingham has the largest network of caves in the UK – more than 800 of them! The City of Caves show you a glimpse of parts of them in their 45-minute tour. The audio tour takes you through several rooms and tunnels that were carved below the city centuries ago. From a medieval tannery to WW2 air raid shelters, these caves tell the story of Nottingham and it’s quite impressive to walk through them yourself.

    In theses caves, you can even find the concrete beams upon which one of Nottingham’s largest shopping centres now stands – you can truly see the layers of history.

    Visit Nottingham Contemporary

    Described by the Guardian as “the most inspiring gallery in the UK”, Nottingham Contemporary is a modern art gallery located in the Lace Market district of the city. The exhibitions change every three months and art is from artists all over the world. And best of all, you can enter the gallery for free.

    (Window)Shop in Hockley

    As mentioned before, it’s the independent businesses that give a city its character. Hockley is the area in Nottingham where you can really see this. Vintage clothing, old record shops, secondhand books, tattoo parlours and restaurants ticking off most of the world’s best cuisines – Hockley has it all.

    It’s also a great place to grab a drink in the evening, and my recommendation would go out to Lost Property, a secret cocktail bar in Hockley. Partly located in the caves of Nottingham, this bar really had the quirkiest decor in the city.

    After spending a day in Nottingham city centre, you’ve had more than enough time to see some of the cities highlights and get an impression of what a great city Nottingham is. But since we’re planning to spend a weekend here, you can take a little trip out of the city to Wollaton Hall on your next day. Alternatively, Sherwood Forest (where Robin Hood supposedly lived) or Derby are other nearby places that you could include in your weekend trip.

    Wollaton Hall and Deer Park

    Wollaton Hall and Park are just a short (bus) drive out of the city. This striking Grade I-listed building was finished in 1588, and has been featured in some movies, including The Dark Knight Rises in 2012. Nowadays, you can find the National History Museum inside.

    While the Wollaton Hall itself is worth a visit on its own, the 500-acre deer park surrounding it makes it for a perfect afternoon out of the city.

    How to Get to Nottingham

    Located in the East Midlands, Nottingham is quite easy to get to from both London and Manchester (or nearby cities). Nottingham is 108 miles from London and by train, it takes around one and a half hour. By car, it takes a bit longer (around two and a half hour).

    If you’re coming from Manchester, it’s around 70 miles, which takes around two hours by train or car.

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