Archive for the ‘Amazing Europe’

  • Schonbrunn Palace in Amazing Austria
    Schonbrunn Palace in Amazing Austria
    Visit Austria and bask in the pleasures of a great travel destination in this part of Europe. This continent provides its own ways of enjoying tours here in this part of the world and provides the tourist with a lot of things to take back. Visit the Empress Sisi’s former summer resort Schonbrunn palace which is a lovely baroque construction filled with the sights of an enchanting destination and a fascinating paradise. Spend a whole day here and enjoy the tours around Schonbrunn. Come here and enjoy seeing the show rooms with a “Grand tour with Audio Guide. Take a stroll around labyrinth and enjoy the simple delights of a great travel land. Earlier the summer residence of the Imperial family this is one of the best ways tourists get impressed in tours to this part of Europe. Baroque architecture could never have been  [...]
    Posted at December 10th, 2012 at 02:12 am
  • Birmingham – Characterised By Tradition Of Innovation
    Birmingham – Characterised By Tradition Of Innovation
    Birmingham is a metropolitan borough and a city in West Midlands of England. It is the most crowded British City outside capital London with inhabitants of 1,036,900 and lies at the heart of West Midlands conurbation, the 2nd most crowded urban region in United Kingdom with inhabitants of 2,284,093. The metropolitan area of Birmingham is the UK’s 2nd most crowded with population of 3,683,000. Much of Birmingham was destroyed during World War II and replacements apartments added little to the city. Nevertheless, since 1990s, the city has been experiencing radical change and most of the post war apartments have been replaced. Some of the notable associations of Birmingham include Tony Hancock, HP Sauce, The Lunar Society its members included Matthew Boulton and James Watt, Cadbury’s chocolate, UB40, Black Sabbath, Spitfire  [...]
    Posted at December 13th, 2011 at 12:12 am
  • Overview of the Room Types at the Sofitel Brussels Le Louise
    Overview of the Room Types at the Sofitel Brussels Le Louise
    Sofitel Brussels Le Louise is one of the best accommodation options you can have at the capital city of Belgium, Brussels. Sofitel Brussels was fully refurbished in 2008 and stores everything that a tourist looks for in a hotel. The hotel is situated in one of the most exclusive regions of the city, the Avenue Louis neighborhood. Shopaholics will get more than a few exiting shopping destinations in a close proximity of the hotel. There are several luxury boutiques, antique stores located around the Sofitel Brussels. Some of the city’s most visited museums are also within a few minutes’ walk from this hotel. Let us now know about the types of rooms housed by Sofitel Brussels Le Louise. Every room of the hotel is furnished tastefully and is equipped with the exclusive offer from Sofitel, “MyBed’ to ensure that the guests enjoy  [...]
    Posted at November 21st, 2011 at 12:11 am
  • Some Tips for People Planning a Vacation to Holland
    Some Tips for People Planning a Vacation to Holland
    Holland or Netherlands is quite a popular tourist spot. In this article, I’ll be discussing how I explored Holland. My experience of exploring this country will offer a thorough guideline to the tourists wanting to savor the true beauty of this European country. During my vacation at the Netherlands, I realized that it is a very unique place on Earth. Its peculiarities include the flatness of its land, dense population, abundant land below the sea level and its prodigious chunks of reclaimed land. The Netherlands impressed me as a gusty country dominated by water bodies, boats and sails. I literally fell in love with its scenic splendor enhanced by birds, flowers, windmills, dykes and polders. Characterized with its exuberant orange color the Netherlands is inhabited by tall and liberal minded people who have a penchant for cheese,  [...]
    Posted at October 31st, 2011 at 02:10 am
  • A Ride on the Tramvia Blau during Your Trip to Barcelona
    A Ride on the Tramvia Blau during Your Trip to Barcelona
    If you are in Barcelona, you should not miss taking a ride on the famous Tramvia Blau. This tram system was inaugurated in the year 1901 and was incorporated in the transportation system of the city of Barcelona for taking passengers to the mountain top. Both locals and tourists coming to the city love to take rides on the Tramvia Blau. The tram looks really attractive in its petite structure and blue color. Moreover, presence of a friendly driver makes the journey even more pleasing for the passengers. Temple de Sagrat Cor, a famous church and Tibidabo Amusement Park, two of the most popular tourist destinations of the city can only be reached on this tram. Both the church and the amusement park are located on the mountain top. However, many people also relish their journey on the Tramvia Blau as an exciting activity. Starting from  [...]
    Posted at October 20th, 2011 at 12:10 am
  • The Buda Castle of Budapest
    The Buda Castle of Budapest
    The Buda Castle is the historical palace and castle complex of Hungarian kings; the name of the castle is derived from its location i.e. Budapest. The castle was established during the 14th century; the people originally responsible for building this castle were Angevin rulers, who were then ruling Hungary. In the following years, this castle got destroyed and was rebuilt  several times. During the initial years after the construction of the Buda Castle, it was also often referred to as the Royal Castle and Royal Palace. The exact location of the Buda Castle is the Castle Hill’s southern tip. It has Castle District bordering its north. Castle District has an absolutely medieval setup; it is home to a number of public buildings, churches and houses of the 19thcentury. The parts of the castle that you should not miss during your  [...]
    Posted at September 20th, 2011 at 12:09 am
  • A Trip to the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
    A Trip to the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao
    Bilbao is a municipality of Spain and is also the capital of the Spanish province of Biscay. If you are in Bilbao and making a list of the must-visits there, the Guggenheim Museum should be among the first few names in the list. The Guggenheim Museum is a structure designed by the famous architect of North America Frank O. The design of this museum is laden with several unique features. The Guggenheim Museum is located amidst a picturesque backdrop; on one of its side there’s the Nervión River; the river is situated 16m below the level of the other parts of Bilbao. Another end of the museum has been pierced by a bridge called Puente de La Salve; this bridge is the primary route of accessing both ends of the city. Let us again come back to the architectural features of the Guggenheim Museum. The building of this Spanish museum  [...]
    Posted at August 29th, 2011 at 01:08 am
  • Leidseplein: The Place Housing the Best Nightlife of Amsterdam
    Leidseplein: The Place Housing the Best Nightlife of Amsterdam
    Leidseplein is name of a square situated at central Amsterdam, Netherlands.  The square is located exactly on the southwest of Amsterdam’s central district. This square is primarily famous for hosting the city’s extraordinary nightlife. If you come to Amsterdam and are interested in experiencing the city’s nightlife, you should never wonder here and there; just take a cab and come to Leidseplein. Leidseplein houses some of the country’s best clubs. The square of Leidseplein was originally used by the farmers as their wagon parking lots. They used to leave the wagons in this area before entering Amsterdam. Currently, due the fame of Leidseplein’s nightlife, the surrounding area of the square has a number of hotels, out of which some are the best of Amsterdam. Leidseplein is also located near another famous square of the  [...]
    Posted at July 25th, 2011 at 12:07 am
  • A Brief Guide to Naples, Italy
    A Brief Guide to Naples, Italy
    Naples encloses a mess of historical buildings that are listed in UNESCO as heritage sites. The cloisters in Naples are filled with citrus trees and the streets are rather electrifying. Naples, which was once the prime center for the Roman Empire is now a den of narrow lanes all of which leads to the 18th century old promenade used by royals by the seaside that gives you the romantic sight of Vesuvius. Once you are in Naples the intriguing masonry work that will catch your attention is catacombs. The most famous of all the catacombs is Catacombe di San Gennaro that dates back to 2nd century and is embellished with Christian frescos and contains within it tombs, vestibules and corridors. Tourists need to know the real market picture of Naples that is way different from the placid shopping malls of modern world. The Mercato di Porta  [...]
    Posted at May 9th, 2011 at 12:05 am
  • My Royal tour to London part I
    My Royal tour to London part I
    I started my travel to London to refresh my mood after spending a year as hermitage. My job gave me the opportunity to work from home sand I took the privilege for almost a year long until I found it stodgy. I set my plans to visit London and come back home with the experience of a life time. Early in the morning I landed in the Heathrow Airport and set for collecting my baggage from the tire. While waiting for my luggage I was just wondering the places that I have planned to see when I realized that I am standing in a popular place right at this moment and should look around once. Heathrow Airport never sleeps like the rest of the major airports in the world but is popular for the passengers it serves and the worldwide destinations it serves. As far as my eyes were going I found the airport as a conglomeration of different races  [...]
    Posted at May 6th, 2011 at 12:05 am