Bucharest is a heady mix of the old and new. The fall of communism marked a resurgence for this Romanian city, which is now a popular destination. From museums to palaces, Bucharest has it all. Click here to read more »
The end of summer is a favorite time of year to take a vacation. Fall and school loom just around the corner, and there’s that urge to get one last hurrah in before the leaves start to fall. Luckily, August also happens to be one of the best times of year to find fantastic festivals, celebrating everything from food to art and a great deal more. Here are some of the best festivals in August – some for families, some for grown-ups alone, all for tons of fun! Click here to read more »
The New 7 Wonders of Nature finalists were released in November 2011. The included places include beautiful and breathtaking waters, a mountain and islands. Here is a look at each of these gorgeous places to visit. Click here to read more »
The south of Italy: Naples and the Campania region; Abruzzo and Molise; Puglia, and of course, Sicily. These are only a few areas in the famous region where some of the best food in the Europe, and perhaps the world, was invented and continues to be created today for the delight of tourists and foodies alike. Italy is home to much of the world’s great works of history and art, and there is no doubt that food is among them. Click here to read more »
Whether it’s sampling exotic and tasty cuisine, shopping, or just taking in the sights, Marrakesh offers many delights that are waiting to be discovered. Top on our guide of the best things to do in Marrakesh is a visit to Ali Ben Youssef Madrasa site. Click here to read more »
Dubai, located within the United Arab Emirates, is one of the best know cities in the world. Part of the notoriety Dubai enjoys comes from substantial developments and investments from the west.
Nestled along the northern coastline, Dubai is home to just over 2 million permanent residents. The city has earned a reputation over the past decade or so as a popular vacation destination.
Is Dubai worth visiting for those looking for more than just glitz and glamor? Let`s take a look at what this desert oasis has to offer. Click here to read more »
Guide to Poland
The 2012 UEFA European Football Championship, commonly referred to as Euro 2012, brought soccer fans from around the world to the event’s host cities in Poland and the Ukraine. Polish cities involved with the popular sporting event were: Warsaw, Gdansk, Poznan and Wroclaw.
When not enjoying the day’s soccer action, here’s a guide to some sightseeing, dining, and hotel options you’ll find in each of these Polish cities. Click here to read more »