Croatia: A Classic Destination To Visit
April 2, 2014 – 4:06 am | No Comment
To experience the overwhelming beauty of nature a trip to Croatia is a must, and the memories of this trip will be etched in your heart for eternity. Behind the overwhelming beauty of Croatia lies a tumultuous history of conquest by Greeks, Romans, Turks, Venetian emperors, to name a few, but mother nature has been kind to the country to overcome all the conquests and still retain its old world charm  [...]

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Introducing Santiago
December 15, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | One Comment
Introducing Santiago
The city is surrounded by Andes Mountains and is the biggest and capital city of Chile. The tourists going to Chile will definitely stop to Santiago for its natural views. The place is full of vivacious markets, churches from colonial era and mountains covered with snow. The city’s mining industries and agriculture provides an economical boost to it and is one of the economically sound cities of the Latin American. It has witnessed great number of immigration from the Europe during 19th as well as 20th century. Here you can take a look at blend of colonial structures and contemporary buildings. Regarded as one of the contemporary towns of Latin America, it possesses many well-built huge structures and prosperous shopping malls. It is also well developed as far as transportation system is  [...]


Exploring Montevideo
December 3, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Exploring Montevideo
One of the largest cities of Uruguay and is said to be country’s cultural, economical as well as administrative powerhouse. The locals enjoy their nightlife with fun. The clubs and bars of the city are jam-packed with the locals and you can hear the tunes of Tango and Candombe music. The lively rivers, green gardens and attractive parks are giving you some of the best reasons to visit the city once. The city’s port takes care of nation’s maximum foreign trade and close by beaches are also favorite spot among the tourists visit there. The city’s calm climate will not create any problem in scheduling your holidays and you can tour the city any month of the year however, the months of January and February could be relatively war. The city is very prosperous as far as architectural heritage  [...]


Introducing Cusco
November 20, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
Introducing Cusco
With it’s incredible beauty and vibrant ancient feel, the city is becoming one of the prime tourist centers, as a million number of visitors throng the city every year to spend their time qualitatively. Once there, the magnificent city will force you to extend your holiday tour. Many sights are located in a walking distance from each other. The combination of historical and archeological sights will give a pleasurable surprise to your eyes. The Sacred Valley of the Incas, Machu Picchu-one of the best archeological places worldwide, and of course nearby Inca Ruins of Sacsayhuaman, Qenko, Pucapucara and Tambomachay, will lure you towards themselves. The city center is very tiny in size and hence you can take a glimpse of the city by walking rather than hiring any transport. While on foot, the  [...]


“New City” aka Chiang Mai
November 11, 2009 | Fascinating Cities | No Comment
“New City” aka Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai, which is also written as "Chiengmai" or "Chiangmai", is the largest and the most culturally important and significant city in northern Thailand, and is the capital of Chiang Mai Province. It is located some 700 km towards north of Bangkok, and stand along some of the highest mountain ranges in the country. The city stands on the Ping River, which is the major tributary of the Chao Phraya River in Malaysia. King Mengrai founded the city of Chiang Mai which means the new city in 1296, and it succeeded Chiang Rai as capital of the Lanna kingdom. The monarch was called Chao. To protect itself against raids from Burma, the city was then surrounded by a moat and a defensive wall. Chiang Mai developed its cultural, trading and economic importance and gained its current status as the unofficial  [...]