Turkish holidays are steeped in romanticism and shrouded in mystery.… Read More »Tantalising Turkey: The Ultimate Holiday Guide
New Zealand is an island country in Oceania located southeast of the Pacific Ocean and consists of two large islands, located about 2,000 kilometers south of Australia in the Tasman Sea, possibly being the “geographical isolation” which has allowed New Zealand maintains a wide variety of flora, fauna and green areas compared to other tourist destinations.
The capital of New Zealand is Wellintong (known for its green hills and natural harbors city) and is located at the southern tip of the North Island. Another prominent destinations in New Zealand is Auckland, a city located on an isthmus originated by the rests of the volcanic activity of more than forty volcanic hills and destinations which include: Auckland Domain, one of the largest parks in the city: Auckland volcanic field, where are the volcanic cones not affected by mining activities; and Waitakere Ranges Regional Park, natural territory where we find the largest variety of shrubs present in New Zealand. If you like skiing then Vermont is the perfect destination for you and for stay you can choose ski resorts in Vermont and many other restaurants around the city.Read More »Green Tourism: Travel to New Zealand
Tresco – a small green island, with no relief, but decidedly flat. crystal clear sea so that the plane can be seen the details of the shallow water, water transparencies ranging from light green to dark blue, white beaches that border around the perimeter of the island. Definitely beautiful island of Tasco; but where it is?
So, in the first instance you might think of archipelago island of the Bahams off the coasts of the United States, but why not one of the 10 most beautiful islands in the Caribbean, as well as Saint Lucia, one of those closer to the coast of South America. Of course, with all that green, it could also be one of those faraway mountain Islands in the South Pacific between South America and New Zealand.
But we are in Europe, administratively in Cornwall, the “horn” of western Britain. Geographically we are in ‘Isles of Scilly’, a handful of islands of which only 5 are inhabited, some 45 km south west from the coast. And Tasco island, the second largest in the archipelago.Read More »Where is the Tresco island?
The Seegrotte, formed from an abandoned gypsum mine in the Austrian city of Hinterbruhl, consists of a series of underground channels that form the largest underground lake in Europe.
In 1912, an explosion in the Hinterbruhler gypsum mine, just 20 km from Vienna, it went wrong, causing the complete flooding of the mine, and the formation of a lake. At about 60 meters below ground level, the lake has an area of 6,200 square meters and every day must always be empty, because the water does not completely flood the caves.Read More »Seegrotte in Vienna, Largest underground lake in Europe
No Italian vacation is complete without enjoying a good spa break. When visiting Italy for a vacation, your priority should be to find a hotel where you can enjoy the best spa break. There are many spa breaks Italy destinations so at some point you will have to make a choice. The following tips will help you make a sound choice of spa location that suits your preferences.
Quite a number of hotels in Italy provide spa treatments. However, not all of them are located in great destinations where you can enjoy good sightseeing. Remember you will not always be receiving a spa treatment. Therefore, choosing a hotel that is surrounded by great landmarks and breathtaking views is necessary. Hotels close to many sightseeing spots will make it possible for you to take beautiful pictures that you can go back home with. For example, hotels located close to a lake will offer you incredible sightseeing views.Read More »Vacation in italy with spa
It may be that you like to see some beautiful scenery, but you’re the skilled walkers: objectively not all have the necessary training. However, you can also see the beautiful scenery along a road in the car. That’s why today we’re going to see the ten national parks in the United States with the best scenic roads ever.
It starts from the Racetrack Road in Death Valley National Park in California. You should take a vehicle with four-wheel drive, but if you’re skilled pilots can see breathtaking views, to the Racetrack Playa, a real geological mystery: it is a basin where it appears that the rocks have slipped away, leaving a trace in desert dust. Also try the Kolob Terrace Road in Zion National Park in Utah. The road passes through the upper part of the park compared to the canyon, so you get a different perspective from the usual rocks have different colored bands, strange spiers rising in the midst of pine forests and juniper.Read More »The ten national parks in the United States with the best scenic roads
Budva, and its various transformations over time, is there, on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, from over 3,500 years, as that is the usual “globetrotter” of the era, the Greeks, founded the “usual” Greek colony.
But today Budva, best known for being the largest tourist destination in Montenegro, the 600,000 former Yugoslav, without being asked or imposed, they decided to adopt the euro as its national currency.Read More »Holidays in Montenegro, next stop Budva
Madrid is a great travel destination, ideal for short weekend break or longer holiday. In this article we will focus on major sites and monuments of Madrid to visit, ideal guide for anyone who is traveling for the first time in the Spanish city. Of course, if you’re lucky enough to go several times in Madrid, you can treat yourself to visit lesser-known sites. Final point: Madrid is well suited for any type of vacation. There are in fact not only museums and historical sites, but it is a city full of nightlife and clubs, so even the youngest visitors will find entertainment suitable for all their needs.
It starts at the Prado Museum, one of the greatest museums in the world: here you will find works by Goya, Velazquez, Raphael and Caravaggio, but that eye is always very crowded. Another museum that you can not miss is the Reina Sofia Museum, dedicated to those who love modern and contemporary art as it brings together works from the early years of the twentieth century to today. If you look for works by Picasso, Dali and Miro have to come here. And remember to go see Guernica. Still on the subject of museums, remember Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum: the pictures you will find here are part of the private collection of the German steel magnate Thyssen-Bornemisza, you can choose between the paintings of Van Eyck, Caravaggio, Van Gogh, and Gauguin Hopper.Read More »What to see in Madrid: From the Prado Museum to the Royal Palace
Do you need seven reasons to visit Western Australia? For me it would be enough only one: it is in Australia, how many other reasons you want to go to see it? Do not ever understand, but if you really need a reason to go to Australia, here are seven!
First reason for visiting West Coast of Australia: To Ningaloo Reef you can swim with whale sharks Ok, I agree, maybe it’s a valid reason especially for the brave, but from March to July, it seems that here you can see the migration of whale sharks. You can spot them from the boats, but also snorkel and swim with them.
Also on the West Coast of Australia, here you can not miss a visit to Rottnest Island. It is a quiet island, just a few minutes by ferry from Perth, walkable. You can rent a bicycle to explore it and have fun: it has some beautiful secluded beaches where you can sunbathe or go snorkeling to admire the limestone cliffs that surround the island, rich in coral and colorful fish. If you love diving, also here there are at least ten wrecks of sunken ships.Read More »Western Australia: Seven reasons to visit the West Coast
To view it does not even seem strange; it is not pink, does the “bubbles”, it is not acid, does not fill with small transparent jellyfish, does not favor the fluorescence of beautiful tropical plants. In fact, to see it, not even one realizes that it is a lake.
And it is precisely for this reason, because we realize the ground so easily of being in front of a Lake (rather than a river, one of the many Canadian rivers) that the Lake Manicouagan in Canada, has earned the right to be mentioned among the strangest lakes in the world.Read More »The strangest lakes in the world: Lake Manicouagan in Canada