Old Chinatown in Shanghai

A Complete Guide to Travel to Shanghai

March 6, 2017

Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country’s biggest city and a global financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Across the Huangpu River rises the Pudong district’s futuristic skyline, including 632m Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, with distinctive pink spheres. Sprawling Yu Garden […]

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Indoor ski slopes

The World’s Top Five Indoor Ski Slopes

March 1, 2017

For many Brits watching the first Sunday of the Sochi Olympics, there was a brief moment when time iced over. As the mountains sat motionless, slopestyle snowboarder Jenny Jones spun silently through the air, her red hood flapping behind her like a cape. Board met snow with a clump, and the nation exhaled as she […]

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strangest museums around the world

10 of The World’s Strangest Museums

February 24, 2017

Well! Here’s the world’s strangest museums which ranges from the bizarre to the macabre to the silly. So are you brave enough to set foot in any of them? Okay, here will go! 1. Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft, Hólmavík, Iceland Set in a small town on the Westfjords peninsula, this tiny museum explores a […]

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Croatia Festivals: Hideout

The List of Top Croatia Festivals for 2017

February 15, 2017

Wow! Look at here guys! Here are the list of the top Croatia Festivals(best time to travel Croatia for 2017)that will take place in 2017 in Croatia. All the festivals for 2017  have been confirmed by now, so this overview should be pretty reliable. 1.INmusic Festival When: June, 19 – June, 21 2017 Where: Zagreb, […]

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two men sitting on the snow ground

Top 10 the Best Winter City Vocation in Europe

December 21, 2016

Tobogganing in Zurich It’s particularly magical in winter when everything is dusted with snow and the toboggan run is open – two miles of downhill fun from Uetliberg to Triemli! The best way to see Zurich is from the top of its own mini mountain, Uetliberg, from where you get a view of the whole […]

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things to do in Split Croatia

Top things to do in Split, Croatia

December 13, 2016

Split is a typical Mediterranean town, vibrant, charming and fun. As the largest Dalmatian town, Split also offers to its visitors loads of things to do. Stroll along Split’s seafront promenade, visit museums and art galleries, hike Marjan hill or just chill out at the beach. Massive list of top things to do in Split Explore Split […]

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Christmas markets

Magical Christmas Markets Around the World

December 3, 2016

Christmas markets brighten the darkest season of the year. Most are modeled after traditional German markets, known as Christkindlmarkts (the spelling sometimes varies). Held around the world, the markets herald the holidays with colorful lights and music and invite shoppers to browse for ornaments, candies and cookies, handmade toys and more. One note: if you plan […]

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several family-run mountain huts around the Folgaria resort

Great Little Ski Resorts: Folgaria, Italy

November 10, 2016

Er, where? Only 95km or about 90 minutes from Verona airport, Folgaria is a mid-sized resort in the Trentino region of northern Italy that has a reputation for being in a snow pocket. It also has impeccable ski history credentials, as the first ski lift in Italy was built here, in the 1930s, and a […]

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Grassington, Yorkshire dales

10 Britain’s Best Nature Walks With Pubs

November 7, 2016

1. Grassington, Yorkshire dales Length: 11 miles Time: 5½ hours Start/finish: Grassington National Park Centre Grade: Moderate Refuel: Craven Arms, Appletreewick Anyone who grows up in or around the Yorkshire dales ends up carrying it with them. There’s something about the crumpled-duvet landscapes of emerald field and heathery fell, about encountering its sudden, Shire-like valleys […]

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8 Unexpected Places to Find Holiday Cheer in New York City

November 3, 2016

You’ve joined the masses elbowing for a look at the towering tree and ice skating rink at Rockefeller Center, and waited in line with masses of chilled tourists to walk past the holiday window displays at Saks Fifth Avenue. But still, you’re looking to stoke your holiday cheer somewhere less obvious, and definitely off the […]

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