You’re often fighting to reach there first, jostling for space, cussing your way through serpentine queues, but you’re still making those trips year after year. London, NYC, Barcelona, Rome and Venice receive millions of visitors each year, and despite the lack of privacy and huge queues, the lines never cease to stop.
The world has never been a better place to live in. There was a time when you’d have to travel for months to get to faraway lands, rely on tales passed down by sailors and explorers. Today, you can enjoy live scenes of your favorite travel destinations and read about traveler experiences, discovering new places, making to-do lists.
The world is full of beautiful places that most of us don’t even know about. From breath-taking waterfalls and jaw-dropping natural wonders to mysterious lost cities and quaint landmarks, you’re never short on things to see or do.
The chilly weather is finally starting to give way to the warm season, and it couldn’t happen at a better time. After all, what could be worse than celebrating the day of love with chattering teeth and frozen bones! You don’t need an excuse to travel, but Valentine’s Day is as good as any. Continue reading Top Destinations for Valentine’s Day in 2016
The best stories can often be found in the most exciting of destinations. Each year, the world of travel introduces us to new destinations, developing nations opening their borders to tourism and new hotels, attractions and restaurants worth exploring.
Some destinations never fizzle away. No matter how many times you visit, they always have something to make you feel speechless, excited, breathless, constantly longing for more. It is impossible to leave out those cities destinations this coveted list.
Hiking, river rafting, trekking, mountain climbing, we have our preferences when it comes to getting that adrenaline rush. In the year 2015, Bookmundi was focused on adventure activities which offered some of the best rushes on the planet.
The year 2015 might have been very exciting for everyone associated with the travel industry, but the going certainly wasn’t easy. Countless obstacles had to be overcome, thought-patterns had to be changed and traveler habits needed adapting.
We spend so much time trying to discover the best things to eat. We spend an equal amount of time fantasizing about our next holidays, and the food and flavors they shall introduce us to. We are foodies at heart and perhaps, the only reason we exist is to eat good food and sip great wine.