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Nice: Where Glamour Meets The Sea

As it is home to beautiful beaches and one of the biggest film festivals in the world, Nice has definitely earned its spot as the second largest tourist destination in France. But if you thought these are the only two things this city has to offer, you were wrong. The Cost Of Comfort Nice resides at the Cote de Azur. ... Read More »

Taste The Medieval Flavor Of Bruges

Medieval cities are always fun, and there’s no better place to find these than Europe. There are many destinations which still breathe of 15th century culture and traditions, and one of the spots that represents that the best can be found in Belgium. Historical Experience… For A Price Bruges is one of the most popular medieval-influenced cities in Europe. Not ... Read More »

Get Down With The Latest Trends In Milan

Italy is without question a great place to visit – it screams with beauty, excellent food, fashion, and style. But if we had to single out one place in the whole country that puts a big accent on trendiness, it would have to be Milan. Milan isn’t only a place of glamour, however, as it’s also the nation’s capital of ... Read More »

The Pillar Of Love: A Few Facts On The Taj Mahal

As one of the Seven Wonders of the World and a World Heritage Site, the Taj Mahal is famed not only across India, but the world. The beauty and mystique of Moghul emperor Shah Jahan’s breathtaking legacy have been captivating travelers for centuries. Alas, not much about this grandiose masterpiece has found home in the mind of an average traveler. ... Read More »

Interesting Facts About Mauritius

Mauritius

Mauritius is a small island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, near South Africa and to the east of Madagascar Island. It was ruled by the Portuguese (who also discovered the island in 1500), the French and the British. It gained independence in 1968, and later in 1992 as a republic. Mauritius is one of the most visited islands ... Read More »

The Undiscovered Magic Of Jordan

The mesmerizingly beautiful Jordan has a lot to offer to its visitors, from history to wonders that captivate one’s mind. However, this stunning world wonder oddly never makes it to everyone’s dream travel list, as everyone knows of Jordan but rarely anyone knows anything about it. Where is this beautiful place and what should you do when you finally get ... Read More »

A Sight For Sore Eyes: What To See In Nara, Japan Part 2

Known as a city that houses the second largest collection of traditional sites in Japan, Nara is a truly heavenly destination. Some of Japan’s finest temples, shrines, gardens, traditional neighborhoods, and museums can be found in this compact city that’s not only rich in culture but in life, as well. Nara-koen Park If you have a thing for one of ... Read More »

The Magical Atmosphere And History Of Fes, Morocco

Fes is a city in Morocco famous for its historical buildings and sites. It’s home to the world’s oldest university, the Qarawiyyin university. Also, it’s the great medieval capital of Morocco founded by Idris I in 789. Fez has the best-preserved old city in the Arab world, the labyrinthine medina of Fes el-Bali, which is also the world’s largest car-free ... Read More »

A Sight For Sore Eyes: What To See In Nara, Japan Part 1

Known as a city that houses the second largest collection of traditional sites in Japan, Nara is a truly heavenly destination. Some of Japan’s finest temples, shrines, gardens, traditional neighborhoods, and museums can be found in this compact city that’s not only rich in culture but in life, as well. The Isui-en Garden Japan is packed with almost magical-looking gardens ... Read More »

Sightseeing In Glasgow

As Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow transformed itself from an industrial city to one of Europe’s culture capitals. Although it has a strong shipbuilding heritage, nowadays the city is a true metropolis, a place with an array of attractions and activities for everybody and it is actually the best British shopping destination apart from London. Retail places like Buchannan Street, Argyle ... Read More »