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Each December Athens Syntagma Square comes alive as it welcomes in Christmas with ornate decorations, Christmas inspired entertainment and activities and a chance to meet the man in the red coat himself!
This celebration is kick-started by the lighting of the Christmas Tree adorned with huge colourful balls and thousands of sparkling lights, revellers will also enjoy the stunning antique carasel on display that dates back to 1886, it features brightly painted horses and gorgeous car...
The Jenolan Caves are one of the natural wonders of New South Wales, these natural wonders have been formed over thousands of years and were known to the local Aboriginals as “Binoomea” meaning "Dark places". Today Jenolan Caves are one of the most popular tourist destinations in NSW, with over 250,000 people visiting each year, taking in the...
If “The Choosing of the Lord of Misrule”, “The Hill fort Beacon Ceremony or “The Chalking of the Mock” sounds intriguing to you, then the annual Montol Festival could be just your thing! This revered ceremonial celebration dates back well into Cornish history. The festival itself lasts for 6 days, however it’s on the last night tha...
If Swing is your thing and you are going to be in sunny Florida in November, make sure you stop by the Suncoast Dixieland Jazz Classic. This jazz juggernaut features all kinds of music with jazz influences. More than 20 bands from across the USA, Canada and Europe travel to this toe tappin’, foot stompin’ festival held at the Sheraton and Mar...
If you are thinking of visiting Thailand in November and are interested in seeing something a little different to market stalls, beautiful beaches and temples, then the Surin Elephant Round Up could be something for you! Each year thousands of people flock to this spectacular event held at Sri Narong Staduim, were over 250 very well trained elephan...
Perth-largest city of the Australian state Is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia and the fourth most populous city in Australia. Perth is one of the most isolated metropolitan areas on earth. Shortly after the establishment of the port settlement of Fremantle, Perth was founded on 12 June 1829. Perth City...
Underground dungeons at Rome's Colosseum, considered to be one of the great feats of Roman architecture and where gladiators once locked in mortal combat, it's ALL open to the public for the first time. Roman amphitheatre have never been opened for public viewing - an upper area of the ancient monument that had been closed since the 1970s. But r...
This year more than 60 sights, squares and buildings in Berlin will be amazingly illuminated during the coming two weeks. If you visit Berlin during this time, go for sightseeing at night!!!! All major sights like Brandenburg Gate, Berliner Dom and the TV Tower are being put in a different artistic light. The festival centre DomAquar�e, the TV ...
Japan's most famous city, full of stunning modern skyscrapers and continuously flashing neon lights, Tokyo is the capital and also country's largest city,and official seat of politics. Located on the eastern coast of Honshu Island and next to Tokyo Bay, the city is amongst the world's most important economic centres. It's a country of islands, exte...
New York city is the most popular city in the United States, and its center is also the most populous metropolitan aerea in the world. The famous city exerts a poerful influence over global commerce, finance, fashion, culture, art, media, research, education, and entertainment. It's also an important center for international affairs. Looking ba...
Halloween is an annual holiday observed on october 31. It has roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holiday All Saint's Day. Today it's largely a secular celebration. The word Halloween is first attested in 16th century and represents a Scottish variant of the fuller All-Hallows-Even (evening)-a night before All Hallows Day. Hal...
Another date Sensation at the Esprit Arena of the magic german city. Hi-land offers attractive packages from € 180 including: registration fee, insurance, Lufthansa flights from Rome / Milan, 2 or 3 nights B&B in 4 star Hotel (accommodation in single, double or triple rooms) Not included: entrance ticket (€ 77) and air taxes (€ 91.38 per pe...
Yerevan is the capital (since 1918) and largest city of Armenia and one of the world's oldest continously-inhabited cities-the administrative, cultural, and industrial center of the country. For the first time in its age-old history, for over half a century now, Yerevan is being built at an unprecedented rate, instead of being repeatedly destroyed ...
U2 is a rock band from Dublin, Ireland. They started to play as a band named Feedback back in 1976. On 1978 they took a part in Ireland's talent show, that got attention of CBS Records and an offer to record demos. That moment they switched their name to U2, which is shrouded in various legends and stories. Their first album “Boy” was release...
With a population of just over one million people, the colorful and ancient city of Marrakesh has blossomed to become a world capital and one of the most unique cities on Earth. It's an inland city, located more or less in the center the west of the country, 180km from the Atlantic coast-Morocco’s second-largest city and its population continue...
There is no other city in the world like Stockholm. It's built on 14 islands connected by 57 bridges, it rises gracefully from watter so clean that you can go swimming or fishing in the very heart of the city.You can walk, bike, drive or take advantage of the city's impeccable mass-transist. Its waterfront is alive with boats, from ferries to shutt...
Tivoli is a small and ancient Italian town in Lazio, about 30 km from Rome, at the falls of the Aniene river, where it issues from the Sabine hills. There are breathtaking views out over the Roman Campagna. And that is saying much, considering the spectacular beauty and lush design of wonderful, sprawling Italian villa gardens. According to UNESCO,...
The 3rd of october, the day Germany was officially reunified is now a public holiday. This reunification is of course a good reason to throw one heck of a party! If you want to celebrate together with the Germans you must head to Brandenburg Gate. Here you will find live entertainment, music, dancing, food and drinks. The celebration is not only ...
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