There are fantastical wine destinations all over the globe that have emerged as travel hotspots not just because of their food and wine experiences, but also because of their breathtaking natural beauty and enchanting scenery. Europe is famous as the largest wine producer in the world, and this automatically makes it one of the top regions for wine lovers. The continent is responsible for close to two-thirds of the world’s wine production, and some of the greatest wines and vineyards can be found here. We scoured through the most picturesque regions on the continent to bring to you some of the top wine destinations in Europe:
With close to 800 UNESCO World Heritage Sites to choose from, deciding what to see and what to leave out can prove to be quite an issue for history and architecture lovers. Luckily, when traveling to Europe, there are a number of World Heritage destinations whose reputation precedes them. These outstanding works of art are known to offer an unparalleled experience, which is sure to leave you spellbound and wanting for more. Here are the top UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Europe – don’t miss out on them if travelling in Europe:
The global heavyweights – Amsterdam, Rome, Barcelona, Paris and London – are sure to feature on any list of the best destinations in Europe and for good reason. These cities should be on bucket lists of each and every traveler, for the experience that they have to offer cannot be explained in words.
This week, we decided to introduce you to The European Dream theme, to highlight some of the top destinations (this article), train journeys, UNESCO World Heritage sites, Wine districts, and charming metropolises that can be found all over Europe. The below European top destinations are listed in arbitrary order:
Washington D.C. certainly doesn’t appear to be a fun place to be in. After all, its design makes it seem to be a place that has too much of everything but fun.
That being said, no one has ever felt bored or lonely while in D.C. The city is full of broad avenues, old neighborhoods, fascinating parks and front porches. The city was designed by a Parisian, and it still feels that way. Here are some of the top things to do in Washington DC.
With a 3,000 year strong history rich in culture, art and architecture, Italy’s capital stands as one of the most sensational places to visit for tourists. Rome is marked by incredible architectural heritage and mesmerizing panoramic views, attracting thousands of tourists each year who are even keen to explore the attractions of the once glorious Roman Empire and the artistic remnants and displays of Renaissance era sculptors.
If you are looking to visit an ideal destination to spend quality time with your friends or family members, Rome is the place. In this article, we present the top 12 things to do in Rome.
Whoever would have thought that the most beautiful palaces in the world would actually be built on lagoons? Who would believe you if you told them that a city’s main thoroughfare is actually a canal? Venice is just one of those cities that dreams are made of. Venetian architecture and its glorious beauty is famous throughout the world. If you’re planning to take a trip to the most romantic city on the planet, here are just some of the things to do in Venice.
Located between the majestic Himalaya Mountains and the fascinating Indian jungles, Nepal is a land where things like yaks, yetis, mountain peaks and hidden monasteries appear to be seemingly common. Ever since the country opened its borders to foreigners, it emerged as an enchanting destination for hikers and trekkers of all types, many venturing to the famous Everest Base Camp. Its rugged trails proved unparalleled trekking opportunities while the appeal of climbing Mount Everest was more than enough to attract mountain climbers from all over the planet.
Over the years, Nepal has also managed to invent itself into a popular travel destination. Its rich natural beauty, historic attractions and vast cultural heritage has proven to be the perfect mix between the ancient and the modern, slow paced lifestyles and frantic city life. No wonder then that Nepal is featured high on the list of travel trends for 2016 and beyond.
Just for the anxious ones, Nepal’s earthquake did not destroy the country, although it was almost portrayed that way in the various medias. Old monuments were laid down and many local villages suffered, however, many monuments, buildings etc remains 100% intact and almost all trekking routes have already opened up again.
Fairy-tale castles, sun-kissed beaches, picturesque cities and enchanting vineyards – everything that you could possibly want in a holiday is simply waiting for you in Portugal.
Aaah. Peru. Where do we even begin? The heart of the Great Inca Empire. The Land of the Incas. Home to the world famous Machu Picchu. Not interested? How about sheer natural beauty in the form of the Great Amazon, exotic jungles or breathtaking peaks. Still need inspiration? What about fascinating walking trails. A rich and varied gastronomy. Resurgent cities.
Irrespective of where your interests lie, Peru always manages to entertain you with all sorts of sights and attractions that are sure to transform you into one of the most influential travel personalities on social media. Provided you manage to come back to reality and remember to click photographs! While the options are just about endless when it comes to things to do in Peru, we have managed to shortlist a few that become a part of most traveler itineraries in the country.
Very few cities in the world can mix old world charms with a modern day atmosphere and present it with the panache that Amsterdam does on a day-to-day basis. Most tourists fall in love with those early morning Prinsengracht walks, but the city has so much going on for it. Whether it’s a drink in its countless bars and nightclubs or a meal in restaurants that still use candles for lighting, whether it’s riding a bike, checking out the artistic masterpieces or exploring historic 17th century architecture, Amsterdam is always more than you can possibly imagine. And irrespective of what you like to see or do, you’re always bound to end up by one of the main canals that run through the city. Here are some of the top things to do in Amsterdam.