THE WORLD’S TALLEST AND SCARIEST SKYWALKS
Apr26

THE WORLD’S TALLEST AND SCARIEST SKYWALKS

Warning! This article is only for those who are not weak in the knees! This time we prepared something that will lift your adrenaline and leave you breathless. This gallery consists of some of the world’s tallest and scariest skywalks, so if you are not afraid of the heights you can enjoy these magnificent views below. Some of the skywalks are built high on top of towers right in the middle of some of the most beautiful cities in the world. Others are placed above mountains or canyons in order to offer breathtaking views of nature and its wonders. If you haven’t had an opportunity to visit some of them, we sincerely hope you will, and until then we offer you our gallery just as an introduction to a once-in-a-life-time and thrilling experience. Enjoy! Grand Canyon Skywalk image via wordlesstech.com Eureka Tower in Victoria, Australia image via www.theaureview.com “Step Into The Void” in France image via www.hikingonthemoon.com Blackpool Tower in England image via www.burtonmail.co.uk The Ledge in Chicago image via inandaroundthemilitary.com Tokyo Skytree in Japan image via temporarilylost.com Ostankino TV Tower in Moscow image via russiantimes.net Sydney Skywalk image...

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Thailand- The Amazing Holiday Destination
Feb08

Thailand- The Amazing Holiday Destination

When planning a holiday, getting your timing right is important and if you’re wondering when is the best time to visit Thailand and the answer is quite simple – there really isn’t a ‘bad’ time to visit. As far as the weather is concerned, there aren’t really any extremes so it’s generally a good time to visit year round. Looking for the best time to go to Thailand? Wherever you travel in the world, it is important to get the timing right. As far as Thailand is concerned, there are no absolute extremes. Charming people, exciting cities, beautiful beaches and fantastic cuisine. The land of a thousand smiles, Thailand boasts an enchanting combination of some of the world’s finest beaches, awe-inspiring landscapes and a fabulous array of hotels – ranging from simple and stylish beach or city hotels to luxury resorts. Wander through bustling cities, relax upon secluded shores, volunteer at an elephant sanctuary and eat to your heart’s content in this fascinating country. And, with plenty of domestic flights on offer – getting around couldn’t be easier. From the northern peaks with their wildlife, waterfalls and rivers, to the picture-postcard perfect beaches and islands of the south, Thailand holidays offer something for everyone – from thrill seeking adventurers to culture enthusiasts and sun loving beach-bunnies. The ‘land of smiles’ is the perfect place to sample a little bit of everything Asia has to offer, from thronging cities and isolated island hideaways, to delicious food and excellent hospitality. However, as a tropical climate the rainy season from July to October can put some people off. Although it’s important to remember that the rain passes quickly and actually helps to cool down the temperature. If you really want to narrow down the best time to visit Thailand, November to February is much cooler and has the least amount of rain. Unlike many parts of the world, Thailand has only three seasons – summer, wet and winter. Summer is a popular time to visit with many travellers wanting to soak up the sun and enjoy the beautiful beaches however the temperature can get quite hot during summer, so visitors should be prepared. It’s also important to remember that Thailand is a large country and different regions have different landscapes and therefore experience different conditions. For example, southern Thailand doesn’t really experience a winter. Photo via www.wallpapersabc.biz Photo via palphotos.com Photo via www.blacktomato.com Photo via www.blacktomato.com Phot via feminee.net Photo via www.justluxe.com Phot via weheartit.com Photo...

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Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden
Feb05

Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden

Hotels made exclusively of ice are no longer a novelty, but so beautiful that I could not ignore the new appearing. The oldest of them, and the highest “Icehotel” in Sweden. It was first built 25 years ago in Jukkasjärvi, a small town in the north of the country with 1,100 residents and 1,000 dogs. This inspiring and totally ‘cool’ hotel offers an experience never to be forgotten. Warm accommodation is provided in a selection of hotel rooms and stylish chalets, complemented by the Icehotel accommodation comprising of around 50 snow and ice rooms plus individually designed Art Suites. Surprisingly, you’ll find ‘sleeping on ice’ is far more comfortable than it may sound! Snow Rooms & Suites at the Icehotel The thought of sleeping on ice for some is an intriguing prospect. In addition, with a snuggly sleeping bag and some spectacular designs to enjoy, we are sure it will be a night you will remember! Each room has an ice bed – a large block of illuminated ice upon which sits a thick mattress, a layer of reindeer skins, and a thickly-padded polar sleeping bag so you won’t need to wear layers and layers of night clothes. There are several different types of ice accommodation – their size and what they contain sets them apart. Warm Rooms at the Icehotel Although an overnight in an ice room is what most come here to experience, with outdoor temperatures often hitting the -30°C mark and the Icehotel kept at a ‘balmy’ -5°C (!), it is essential to have somewhere to ‘come in from the cold.’ Fortunately, there are several warm room options on site and the facilities are excellent. Most stays at the Icehotel are a minimum of three nights with two spent in warm accommodation. However, if you’d prefer to spend your entire stay in a warm room, or have one as back up whilst on your ‘ice night’, do speak to our reservations team. It is not always possible to determine in advance which of your nights at the Icehotel will be spent in warm accommodation – generally this will be allocated on arrival. Photo via www.kafepauza.mk Photo via www.reellifephotos.co.uk Photo via concepto101.mx Photo via www.discover-the-world.co.uk Photo via www.discover-the-world.co.uk Photo via www.thetravelliz.com Photo via decorcustominteriors.com Photo via www.interesnimesta.com Photo...

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Top 10 City break destination
Jan20

Top 10 City break destination

When we talk about city break destinations, we talk about interesting cities, easy accessible with a train or a plane, not expensive and popular for short visits. According to the research done by “City Cost Barometer, this are the top city break destinations in Europe. Budapest, Hungary It is number one city break destination in Europe, because of the easy access and numerous low budget airlines that fly to Budapest from all over Europe, great sightseeing tours, cheap food and drinks and great nightlife. With a unique, youthful atmosphere, a world-class classical music scene as well as a pulsating night life increasingly appreciated among European youth and, last but not least, an exceptionally rich offering of natural thermal baths, Budapest is one of Europe’s most delightful and enjoyable cities. The cost: 141€ for a weekend. Not bad at all. image via aktivtours Vilnius, Lithuania Very pleasant and very beautiful, that’s what comes to one’s mind when talking about Vilnius. The city displays a variety of both architectural expression and willpower. This is perhaps due to the interesting history that rests in this attractive town, which not always has been the capital of Lithuania. However, for over five centuries, until he 18th century, Vilnius had been political and cultural center of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The Old Town is Vilnius was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994 just because the town “has preserved an impressive complex of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and classical buildings as well as its medieval layout and natural setting”. 2009 Vilnius was the European Capital of Culture. The cost – 143€ for a weekend. image via lt-cn Warsaw, Poland The capital of Poland, an amazing city is full of contrasts, question marks and surprises. It will excite and inspire you. Palaces, churches and architectural clusters are interwoven with the wide open space of squares, parks and city gardens. Substantial portion of undeveloped land, with the essential need for investment, awaits the investors. These areas will play a major role in defining the character and ambience of the city in the upcoming years. The cost for a city break – 160€ for a weekend. image via wikimedia Prague, Czech Republic This magical city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes, has been mirrored in the surface of the swan-filled Vltava River for more than ten centuries. Prague is also a modern and vibrant city full of energy, music, cultural art, fine dining and special events catering to the independent traveller’s thirst for adventure. The cost for a weekend – 165€ image via eurashe Lisbon, Portugal Lisbon is Europe’s second-oldest capital (after Athens), once home to the world’s greatest...

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Amazing places to visit till you turn 30
Dec18

Amazing places to visit till you turn 30

Sometimes it is just easier to put your life on hold and just to work… But after a while you will be sad, empty because you do not have enough memories to put in your “adventure” book.So, fill the vacation request and pack your luggage…Some people are connecting traveling with majority, but you don’t have to be old to travel. Traveling is more than just a trip; it is a challenge for yourself and your knowledge. Why you need to be 30 to jump from the bridge in New Zealand, or to visit Rio de Janeiro carnival… There are amazing laces that you have to go … no time wasting… Machu Picchu When I am talking about mysterious, adventure, challenge- I am talking about Machu Picchu. image via tonyhakim Prepare yourself as you are about to embark on a virtual tour exploring one of the most intriguing destinations on the planet.   image via planetescape Machu Picchu is tangible evidence of the urban Inca Empire at the peak of its power and achievement—a citadel of cut stone fit together without mortar so tightly that its cracks still can’t be penetrated by a knife blade. The ruins lie on a high ridge, surrounded on three sides by the windy, turbulent Urubamba River some 2,000 feet (610 meters) below. Separated into three areas – agricultural, urban, and religious – the structures are arranged so that the function of the buildings matches the form of their surroundings. ’’Snow bomb’’ – Austria Young and crazy, we need fun and party! This trip is one of those for whole life… Up all night, with thousands people all over the world, music, snow… White sensation!!! image via tfhculture Snow bombing is a festival filled with fresh air, blue skies, black runs and white hot parties… A week-long whirlwind of world class DJs and bands, in the idyllic alpine setting of Mayrhofen, Austria. Days are spent skiing, boarding, enjoying music on mountain top stages or relaxing in the spa of a luxury hotel. Nights deliver cutting edge performances in unique venues, from a sky high igloo, to an enchanted forest clearing. Regarded by many as… image via standard The Greatest Show on Snow. Mystical. Musical. Without Equal… Be adventurist in Jamaica image via sandals For sure your remember the movie about the famous  Jamaican bobsled team… So, you can be next champion on that bobsled in Jamaica. There is this eco-friendly Mystic Mountain, build for adventure and great time. There is zip line, amazing swimming pool with view from Jamaica and bobsled around from the top. image via blogspot Don’t forget to take a cocktail on some of those amazing beaches there...

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10 Italian Small Islands Which Are Worth To Visit This Summer
Jul02

10 Italian Small Islands Which Are Worth To Visit This Summer

You may not believe, but the most popular tourist destination has managed to preserve some pristine islands. When we talk about the Italian islands, we all think about famous beaches of Sicily and Sardinia, without knowing that this country hides many more. These 10 small islands have managed to avoid mass tourism despite its fascinating beauty. Some have limited access, while others are easily accessible. Some are in development, some are left intact and the same for years. Magic culture, historical landmarks, dramatic volcanoes and flawlessly white, sandy beaches … This is just some of what you will find if you choose to explore at least one of these Italian islands this summer : Isola di San Nicola, Tremiti Islands image via www.skyscrapercity.com Favignana, Aegadian Islands image via www.corriere.it Panarea, Aeolian Islands image via www.cntraveller.com Ischia, Flegree Islands image via www.metrogreece.gr La Maddalena image via www.vanityfair.it Lampedusa image via www.skyscrapercity.com Levanzo, Aegadian Islands image via www.whenwomentalks.com Ponza, Pontine Islands image via www.ischiamondoblog.com Procida, Flegree Islands image via www.123rf.com Vulcano, Aeolian Islands image via www.bedandbreakfast.eu...

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Best 10 White-Sand Beach Vacations
Jun23

Best 10 White-Sand Beach Vacations

In the world there are thousands of beautiful beaches that you would rather be right now, but some of them are so special that it is worth to put them on your destination list instantly. Surely, at the same moment you are thinking of exotic scenery and high temperatures. And you’re right, we are talking about such beaches. Beaches that extend hundreds of kilometers of white sand, offering cooling in the crystal clear water and refresh under sumptuous exotic palm trees. Regardless of whether you choose vacation or honeymoon, these 10 beautiful white-sand beaches will take your breath away. Adventurers and romantics choose your favorite beach destination : Bora Bora, Tahiti photo via stunningplaces.net photo via stunningplaces.net Playa Paraiso, Cayo Largo, Cuba photo via www.destination360.com photo via www.francisdionne.qc.ca Maldives, Indian Ocean photo via wallnez.com photo via blog.easytobook.com Bahamas photo via www.shedexpedition.com photo via www.shedexpedition.com Aruba Beach, Caribbean photo via www.caribsoultrek.com photo via sheribel.com Langkawi, Malaysia photo via retireediary.wordpress.com photo via retireediary.wordpress.com Kauna’oa Bay, Hawaii photo via curiouswalker.com photo via www.royaltripadvisor.com Zanzibar, East Africa photo via www.theluxtraveller.com photo via www.napoliflash24.it Wineglass Bay, Tasmania photo via richardelliot.blogspot.com photo via amazingmasterpiece.blogspot.com White Beach Boracay, Philippines photo via blog.omy.sg photo...

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Top 10 Most Amazing Waterfalls In The World
Jun09

Top 10 Most Amazing Waterfalls In The World

Incredible and wondrous scenes, sounds and explosions of colors, incomprehensible wonders of nature, the most fascinating places on earth …. WATERFALLS! These natural phenomena were created thousands of years, and by their origin may be tectonic, erosive and accumulative. Some of them was created by man, artificially, wanting to beautify the environment. They all have in common that they attract the attention of the tourists, they are the paradise for photographers, adventure lovers, but also for all the rest of the world. And here is where are the ten most beautiful and famous waterfalls on the planet! Havasu Falls, Arizona photo via www.ign.com photo via www.ign.com Seljalandsfos, Iceland photo via whenonearth.net photo via whenonearth.net Iguazu Falls (Brazil & Argentina) photo via www.divineart.org photo via www.divineart.org Ramona Falls Mount Hood Wilderness Oregon photo via ayay.co.uk photo via  www.smashinglists.com The Laja Falls, Chile photo via www.fotonaturaleza.cl photo via www.orangesmile.com Shifen Waterfall, Taiwan photo via amazingplacesonearth.com photo via inspiredcraftideas.com Victoria Falls, Zambia photo via nationalgeographic.com photo via necessaryindulgences.com  Niagara Falls , Ontario , Canada photo via www.boomsbeat.com   photo via www.boomsbeat.com Gullfoss (Golden Falls), Iceland photo via beautifulplacestovisit.com photo via beautifulplacestovisit.com Plitvice Waterfalls , Croatia photo via www.hellomagazine.com photo...

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15 Secret Places You Should Visit One In Your Lifetime
May28

15 Secret Places You Should Visit One In Your Lifetime

The world we live is full with amazing and unreal places you can hardly believe that actually exist. In this post we gathered 15 secret places around the world you should visit one in your lifetime. Take a look and enjoy in their beauty ! Tiger’s Nest Monastery, Paro Valley, Bhutan photo via divineplacez.blogspot.com Bishop Castle, San Isabel National Forest, Rye, Colorado photo via www.gollcherferries.com Bagan, Burma photo via www.gollcherferries.com Huacachina, Peruvian Desert photo via www.melike.us Quinta de Regaleira, Sintra, Portugal photo via www.melike.us Cappadocia, Turkey photo via www.gollcherferries.com Aescher, Switzerland photo via aplus.com Fès, Morocco photo via aplus.com The Alcázar of Segovia, Spain photo via www.gollcherferries.com Hotel Moulin de Roc, France photo via www.gollcherferries.com Ristorante Grotta Palazzese, Italy photo via www.wherecoolthingshappen.com Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovin photo via www.wherecoolthingshappen.com Mount Ai-Petry, Crimea, Ukraine photo via www.wherecoolthingshappen.com Melissani Cave, Kefalonia, Greece photo via www.gollcherferries.com Pingvallavatn Lake, Iceland photo via...

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15 Reasons Why You Should Visit Iceland
May12

15 Reasons Why You Should Visit Iceland

Iceland is a country that is rich with tremendous volcanoes , monolithic glaciers , icy mountains and deep fjords. Iceland is one of the biggest attractions for many photographers who want to record raw , mystical power of north natural beauty . The small population of this country ( which is around 325,000 residents ) contributes to the conservation of most of the natural wonders. Therefore, appears the possibility of taking pictures of a world that looks empty , even alien in nature. And because of its northern location, high in the evening sky, you can see dancing  mystical and beautiful Aurora Borealis. See the photos below that will motivate at least once to visit this magical land, Iceland … photo via www.boomsbeat.com photo via www.boomsbeat.com photo via photorator.com photo via www.flickriver.com photo via www.fotocommunity.com photo via littlewhitelion.com photo via littlewhitelion.com photo via littlewhitelion.com photo via littlewhitelion.com photo via littlewhitelion.com photo via www.wherecoolthingshappen.com photo via www.wherecoolthingshappen.com photo via www.wherecoolthingshappen.com photo via www.wherecoolthingshappen.com photo...

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