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Ever been to Georgia? The country, not the state (in USA)! With natural beauty in abundance, depth of history and culture, this country is also known for its excellent wines. Georgia also holds the title of the 6th most safest country in the world.
When planning a trip, best to find out tips from the locals, so we asked the award winning Envoy Hostel & Tours Tbilisi for input. As experts in this region, the Envoy Hostel team provided their top 3 reaso...
In Rome, try to vary your experiences as you explore. Take your time and enjoy la dolce vita in a park or sidewalk café. The National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II was built to celebrate the success of the Risorgimento and achievement of Italian unity. It is immense: 135 meters long by 130 meters deep, and rears up to a height of 70 mete...
Tokyo, the capital city of the parliamentary democratic monarchy of Japan, is also home to the Emperor's Palace and the seat of Government and Parliament. In East-Central Honshu, the largest of Japan's main islands, this heavily populated city is well worth exploring. One of the world's most modern cities in terms of its infrastructure and design. ...
These are the most Instagrammed spots in London. The capital is the most popular city on Instagram and south west London's Battersea Park is tagged in more pictures than north London based Primrose Hill and Hampstead Heath combined. The most popular destination of all for Instagrammers is Hyde Park, in central London. 1. Hyde Park Hyde Park is...
Lively Rotorua is the epicenter for viewing New Zealand's volcanic landscapes of seething, steaming geysers and mud pools. It is also an excellent base for visiting two of New Zealand's most popular tourist attractions: the glowworm caves of Waitomo and the perfectly preserved movie set of Hobbiton, left over from Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings ...
The largest city in South America, São Paulo sits on the Piratininga plateau and is surrounded by rivers that fan out into the interior. The São Paulo Museum of Art, known locally as MASP, only opened in 1968 but has the most representative and comprehensive collection of western art in Latin America. Architect Ramos de Azevedo mo...
Johannesburg, the "city of gold," is the financial and industrial metropolis of South Africa, built on a rich history of gold mining. The Apartheid Museum shows the apartheid story through photos, artifacts, newspaper clippings, chilling personal accounts, and film footage. Overlooking the city of Johannesburg, Constitution Hill is a former pri...
He who likes Madrid, will know his most famous park, the Retiro, with its rose gardens, long walks full of trees, its Crystal Palace and the pond with boats from where you can feed the hungry fish that live there. But surely, the following names are not so well known, and are precious places where you can play sports, read, relax, or take a walk an...
Considered the center of the French Riviera, Nice is the perfect starting point to explore the dazzling Cote d'Azur coastline. Nice is a place to enjoy life, to take in the beauty of the gardens and the sea, and to soak up the vibrant Mediterranean energy. The picturesque Old Town of Nice, with its maze of narrow alleyways and cobblestone stree...
Munich has many national and international universities, museums, theaters, sports events and the famous Oktoberfest. It is located north of the Bavarian Alps. It is the third largest city in Germany. Marienplatz is the central square in the heart of Munich where you can explore many old and wonderful buildings, churches and landmarks. The to...
Denpasar (Badung) is usually the point of arrival for visitors to Bali. Since the completion of the four-lane Jalan Bypass, however, they are likely to see little of the city itself as they head right away for one of the tourist resorts. The palace of the Rajas of Badung (Puri Pemecutan), now a pleasant small hotel, lies in the angle between Jal...
Bangkok, Thailand’s capital, is a sprawling metropolis known for its ornate shrines and vibrant street life. The boat-filled Chao Phraya River feeds its network of canals, flowing past the Rattanakosin royal district, home to the opulent Grand Palace and its sacred Emerald Buddha temple. Nearby is Wat Pho with its enormous reclining Buddha an...
Sydney, capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and Circular Quay are hubs of waterside life, with the towering, arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Gardens nearby. Sydney Tower’s 268m glass viewi...
1. See three major sights in one square Standing in the middle of the magnificent piazza San Marco is an experience in itself: Napoleon referred to it as the ‘drawing room of Europe’, apt today as, at times, it appears that much of Europe’s population is crammed into this great square. But it’s St Mark’s basilica (Bas...
#1. Ride a cable car Iconic, fun and uniquely San Francisco, the cable cars are often called San Francisco's moving landmark. #2. See the City from the Bay A bay cruise is a great way to get away from the city so you can enjoy its skyline. The traditional cruise goes around Alcatraz and under the Golden Gate Bridge, a nice trip that rounds...
Hong Kong is best known as a shoppers' paradise. However, there is so much more to Hong Kong than shopping. This dynamic and vibrant cosmopolis is a fusion of many cultures. Remnants of its colonial past and the British culture and values, share space with the Chinese tradition. Visitors will have no problem getting around Hong Kong. English is wid...
South Africa in the city of Stellenbosch. I loved the people there. They seemed so friendly and I made some life long friends with experience that will last a lifetime! I went to a bar in stellenbosch called Bohemia they sell these alcoholic drinks called jam jars. So good definitely a must if you go! They also make Biltong type of hard meat only s...
Sometimes called “The Cradle of Liberty" for its role in instigating the American Revolution, Boston’s rich history had its beginnings in the 1630s when the Puritans established a settlement there. Boston was named by Massachusetts’ first deputy-governor, Thomas Dudley, whose hometown was Boston, Lincolnshire, England. Once the ca...
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