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Buenos Aires, or "fair winds" in spanish, is the place your'e looking for if you are into Tango and street dancing. This cultural capital city, is not only best known for its dancers, but is also said to be the birthplace of Tango itself. Whether or not this is true, is open for debate, but go see for yourself, the persuasive authenticity of the gripped passion in the eyes of the locals under the rhythems of the bandoneon; it shouldn't fail to seduce you into believing it.
Rome experience the Domus Aurea - Golden House Was a large landscaped portico villa, designed to take advantage of artificially created landscapes built in the heart of Ancient Rome by the Emperor Nero after the Great Fire of Rome (64 AD) had cleared away the aristocratic dwellings on the slopes of the Esquiline Hill. Built of brick and conc...
If you love marine life and are traveling around the western parts of Australia at any stage, Monkey Mia should be on your list of must-see places. Despite being a popular tourist resort located around 800km from Perth, in Western Australia and 25km north east of Denham in the Shark Bay Marine Park which is a World Heritage Site. Monkey Mia is a...
Christmas is almost here in Athens, even if it doesn't always seem that way. During the days with clear blue sunny skies it's difficult to believe that we are half way through December. Coming from Northern Europe December should be cold and cloudly with a little bit of snow, not warm and sunny like here in Athens. However Christmas is appearing...
Seoul, the modernized capital city of skycrapers and neon lights. See with your own eyes, the result of concentrated work done by the people of a collectivist culture, uniting under one cause, having built up its economy so rapidly to the point of finacially supporting other countries which have supported them to begin with, all within 30 years. ...
Here's our top 10 of Christmas markets in Berlin! It's wintertime again in Berlin. The city is covered in a white blanket. Although it's getting colder, the days get shorter and the nights longer, it still is worthwhile to pay a visit to the always exciting German capitol Berlin. To give you some ideas on what to do during the colder season, ...
Being a country of four seasons Armenia has different images during the year. All the seasons are beautiful and charming but Armenia has a different charm in winter time. It is one of the most mountainous countries of the Caucasus and gets really cold and snow covered. Those who are fond of skiing would love to visit this country in winter to exper...
Doesn't it look incredible? The Plebiscito Youth hostel in Catania is turning 2′ this December. It does look incredible because, for the locals but more importantly for backpackers from all over the world, this hostel is already a meeting point, and it has the fame of being one of the best hostels in Italy � only two years after opening its doo...
The Kingdom of Tonga is an archipelago of 176 coral and volcanic islands, with around 52 that are inhabited, these islands are scattered over 700,000 square kilometres of ocean. Tonga, one of the most scenic and unspoiled of the Pacific island nations, with it’s dramatic and still active volcanic landscapes, tropical rainforests, pristine cor...
ZIFF stands for the Zanzibar International Film Festival and it is East Africa’s largest film, music and arts festival, now in it’s 14th year it ‘s prime focus is to bring new talents together from all over the world for a Zanzibar Tamasha! Each year cinema projects from both Africa and other parts of the world are screened in venues acros...
If you are visiting Japan around April, which is one of the most pleasant times to visit and looking for something a little out of the ordinary to do, you could always attend the Kanamara Matsuri or Penis Festival.Which over the last few years has become quite the attraction for Japanese locals and tourists alike. Only in Japan would a giant 2.5...
Visiting Naples isn't just about the city center; the bay of Naples has a huge amount to offer and something to suit just about any tourist. Here�s a good suggestion for how you could spend three days in and around Naples. Day One: Pompeii and Vesuvius Doing Pompeii and Vesuvius in one day is not for the feint hearted, but follow our plan an...
If you are one of those travelers who enjoys the quirky and the unusual then this could be the vacation event for you… Every year the city of Roswell is invaded by more than 50 000 visitors for this massive event, some are wannabe aliens, there are UFO enthusiasts and sceptics alike, who flock to this infamous city in New Mexico to celebrate one...
Whether you are a local, a tourist or a regular visitor to Rome you may or may not know about all the amazing markets that are held regularly, weekly, daily you can find anything you could ever want in these kitch collections of local produce. So what ever you are looking for this handy little guide to some of Rome’s market culture should help ...
Inti Raymi or the Festival of the Sun as it is otherwise known is the Inca Festival of the Sun, the mother of all pre-Hispanic festivals that celebrates the winter solstice and honors the sun god with traditional customs, parades, and dances. Today, it's the second largest festival in all of South America, as hundreds of thousands of people conv...
The Big Day Out Music Festival is one of the largest summer-time music festivals to take place Every year thousands of screaming fans pack the outdoor stadiums, arenas, showground and parks for a festival that’s hotter than the Aussie summer itself! The line up is always a host of massive International and local artists that jump on this tour ...
It is now one of the least populated Mexican states, however Campeche was once the site of a booming Mayan civilization and home to Mexico’s oldest Carnival. If Mayan history fascinates you then you cannot miss a visit to Campeche. This city with its pastel housing and narrow streets, which is indicative of the old Mexico. Many visitors are mes...
January and February are the most festive months for the Vietnamese people, TET otherwise known as the Vietnamese and Chinese Lunar New Year, is the most important Festival of the year. This scared Festival happens somewhere between late January and early February, depending on Lunar Calendar. This custom is sacred, no matter where people are...
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