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Jorvik Viking Centre | Travelling to York in the Viking Age

Knowing how the British city of York was in the Viking Age is possible. In the tenth century, the city was called Jorvik, and precisely with this name is one of the most visited attractions in the city and around the UK: The Jorvik Viking Centre. Over 16 million visitors have already discovered York’s Viking past since […]

Caminito del Rey reopened in Málaga | The most dangerous walkway in the world

In the province of Málaga, located in Spain, we find over the Guadalhorce river a walkway known as Caminito del Rey, which is one metre in width, rises over 100 metres above the river belowand and is also considered as the most dangerous footpath in the world. Because of its danger, and the high number of deaths that […]

Haikyo | Tourism in abandoned places

To visit abandoned places, explore ancient hospitals, enter buildings in ruins or tour amusement parks that closed their doors to public for years may be curious forms of travel. The Japanese call this practice haikyo (which translated would mean ‘ruin’) and keep practicing it for years. It has its charm. The haikyo explorers enjoy the tranquility […]

Best Golf Courses in Western France

Western France is a paradise for golfers and it’s easy to see why – glorious coast and countryside, crowd-free fairways and delicious food and wine. What more could you want! Western France in particular has some of the best golf courses in France, if not the whole of Europe. Golfers in the UK have several […]

The roots of America | National Museum of the American Indian

In four floors of an almost endless expanse is introduced one of the most attractive museums that we can find in Washington: National Museum of the American Indian, which covers a myriad of cultures native to the mainland and attracts millions of visitors every year. The National Museum of the American Indian is part of a much larger complex […]

Join the Easter egg hunt in the Botanical Gardens | Italy

On Monday April 6, the famous Italian Pasquetta, will be organized for the eighteenth time the fun ‘Botanical Treasure Hunt’, an event held by the Grandi Giardini Italiani organization -an association that gathers the most beautiful and visited gardens of Italy- that has transformed this action into a fixed appointment for many families during the festivities that are held in Italy on […]

A tribute visit to the Jewish Quarter | Budapest

Budapest is a unique city in Europe. It is the capital of Hungary and has some of the most impressive monuments of the continent, as the Parliament or St. Stephen’s Basilica. Today we want to show something that is somehow hidden this city, the Jewish quarter of Budapest. The history of this neighborhood is fascinating and tragic. On the […]

Have coffee like never before in the land where it was born for the first time

Legend has it that the first time a human being tried a cup of coffee was some many centuries ago in the lands that now compound Ethiopia. That person was a young shepherd named Kaldi keen on playing the flute while herding his goats. However, his goats began to behave strangely after eating a fruit of a small shrub. Kaldi imitated them. […]

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