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Innsbruck | The city trapped in the Austrian Alps

Hidden in the Austrian Alps, Innsbruck is one of the most beautiful cities in Austria. Set deep between towering mountains, the city keeps precious monuments and picturesque streets: Innsbruck, the city trapped in the Alps. Innsbruck is in the heart of the Austrian Tyrol. It is located in the valley of the Inn River, a deep valley surrounded by high mountains. […]

A free ride around Buenos Aires by tramway

Throughout a century trams were the most popular means of transport in the capital of Argentina. And nowadays those who visit the city can enjoy a free ride by a historical tram around Buenos Aires. The history of this type of transport is back to the mid-nineteenth century. The first horse trams began to traverse the streets of Buenos […]

17 secrets that endear Big Ben to us

Neither Clock Tower, nor Elizabeth Tower. For us it will always be the ‘Big Ben’. Being over a century and a half old, the tower remains shiny and proud for the thousands of tourists and Londoners that pass every day by it. At the top it shows us the probably most famous clock in the world, and most photographed too, […]

Top 5 Destinations for Culture and Excitement

As intrepid adventurers know, you can hop on a train or plane and explore a city in a weekend, or even better a long weekend. Even places that you’ve been to before show a new side time after time, with a little bit of planning and research. So where and what’s hot right now? Here’s […]

Cruising California: The Top Scenic Drives in Los Angeles

California dreaming. When you visit this state, you’re going to be tempted to race through the mountainous roads – hugging every corner and flooring it on the straight-aways. But, don’t go driving down just any road. Here are some of the most exiting scenic drives along the Pacific coast. The San Gabriel Canyon Road Websites, […]

Salt Mountain | A geographical treasure in Cardona

A few days ago we visited the charming medieval town of Cardona and saw one of the great natural attractions of the area: the Salt Mountain. This is a unique natural phenomenon in the world, in which nature is still acting and modifying the environment breathing life into it. Its 120 meters long tour are just the beginning of a […]

The romantic Santa Clotilde Gardens in Lloret de Mar

The romantic Santa Clotilde Gardens in Lloret de Mar are considered the best Mediterranean botanical garden in Europe, but in fact rather than a botanical garden they are a romantic Italian style garden whose most distinctive symbol are the mermaids. With 15 hectares they are one of the best tourist attractions of this town in the province of […]

Red tides in Australia are blue thanks to bioluminescence

There are very few places in the world where you can observe a phenomenon known as marine bioluminescence. These are Mosquito Bay in Puerto Rico, Toyama Bay in Japan – where the cause of bioluminescence is the firefly squid – and the Newnes Glow Worm tunnel in Australia, which was built by man and, once […]

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