Posts Tagged“europe”

Probably the first country to visit in the Baltic Sea area should be beautiful and amazing Lithuania, where you can find and enjoy both great nature and historical heritage as well. This small but great little country will welcome you with such worldly famous natural sites like Kursiu Nerija, or one of the biggest Vilnius old towns in the Baltic’s. Although I haven’t visited Lithuania yet, here is my dream list and 5 best reasons why every dedicated traveler should visit. Hurry up, because even if Lithuania is not yet discovered by many tourists, it will definitely be soon full…

Many people have never heard of Prague in the Czech Republic, but it is one of the largest cities in the European Union. This city has an ancient history that began during the Romanesque time period and has had many changes over the years while maintaining its integrity. Public Transportation The public transportation in Prague is simple to use with colorful red, yellow and green symbols embellishing the trams and buses to make finding sightseeing destinations easier for travelers. Sport Events The residents of Prague enjoy watching sports such as hockey, tennis and football. To see a local game, buy…

You’re going to Rome, and you know the cliché. So, why do so many tourists look like, well, tourists? It’s because they don’t really get the culture. Here’s how to blend in with the locals and what to bring with you. What To Bring A list of things to bring with you: Bring sunglasses – it’s usually pretty mild here but it gets sunny. Don’t forget your medication, some comfortable walking shoes, photocopies of your passport just in case, and something suitable for going to the Vatican (if you’re planning a trip there). And, don’t forget a plug converter because…

Paris has budget hotels in every section of the city, so when you plan your dream vacation to The City of Light, you won’t miss a thing. There is so much to see and do in Paris that you don’t want to spend all of your time traveling. You can select a budget hotel that is near the Louvre, the Latin Quarter, or Montmartre depending on your idea of a great time. When you learn more about staying in Paris, you’ll be able to select the right hotel. Select Your Arrondissement Paris has 20 arrondissements that surround the city center…

Do you love sports more than friends, family, and significant others? It’s okay if the answer is yes. If you’re like most devout sports fans, you don’t only want to watch regular games. You want to enjoy legendary events that will make you the envy of your friends. Here’s a list of seven events that should make the bucket list for the true sports fan. Wimbledon   Image via Flickr by Roller Coaster Philosophy Come for the strawberries and cream and stay for the greatest tennis tournament in the world. A trip to Wimbledon means that you get to rub…

The Rugby World Cup is a very exciting time in the sports world and many will be flocking to this tournament to see the man’s sport being played. The big five teams in the world will all be playing against each other to earn the title of Rugby World Cup champion. These teams are excited to be traveling from all over the world. The top five teams are traveling from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Wales and England to play in this tournament. The games begin on September 18, 2015 and end October 30, 2015 with all games being held…

Photo by Mark Vogler via Trover.com Venice, Bride of the Sea, is a destination on every world traveler’s bucket list. Considered one of the most romantic cities in the world, it is a dream destination. You shouldn’t act like the average tourist when you visit, though. Here are some of the most authentic hotels in Venice… Ca Maria Adele You’ll want to visit the Santa Maria della Salute while you’re in Venice. The Salute is a popular Roman Catholic Church and basilica near Punta della Dogana. This hotel overlooks the entire area, meaning that you will enjoy gorgeous views of…

Did you know Paris, France has 20 designated districts called arrondissements? They start in the heart of the city and spiral outwards, allowing the numbers to give you a sense of how close you are to the city center. Within these arrondissements, you’ll find various neighborhoods, each with its own unique identity and atmosphere. To truly get the most out of your stay in the City of Light, make sure you visit these popular neighborhoods of Paris. Tuileries: 1st Arrondissement Some of the most beautiful natural elements of the city can be found in the Tuileries Gardens. This large area…

Frankfurt Am Main, as the locals call it, is an especially good choice for a first-time traveler planning a trip to Europe. This youthful, thriving city is very accessible in terms of flights and language, and there are a wide range of hotels in Frankfurt to suit every taste and budget. There’s plenty to do and see once you’ve arrived, too. Since it’s more of a business destination than a tourist mecca, Frankfurt is a little more low-key and far less expensive than cities like Berlin, London, or Paris. Here are a few reasons to consider Frankfurt, Germany as your gateway to international…

Visiting the top attractions in London need not be expensive. There are plenty of ways to save money, from 2-in-1 offers to discounts online. Sometimes it just takes a little planning and being in the know. Here are some useful tips to make your next day out in London that little bit less expensive. City sightseeing card A city sightseeing pass is a good way to discover London while saving you time and money and make your trip convenient and hassle free. The card allows visitors to access popular tourist attractions such as museums, art galleries and monuments in London. The duration…