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This is a guest post written by Gen from StagWeb.
Berlin presents an exciting mix of two main elements; with 400,000 trees there’s the opportunity to explore the great outdoors and with 4000 people per square km it offers a plethora of busy, city-based activities as well. If you’re heading to the city with a group of friends then you’re in luck; Berlin presents a range of first rate activities to help a group keep busy and active. The top options are as follows.
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The typical visitor to Europe sees cities such as Paris, London, and Vienna, but this continent also offers a wealth of destinations that are much quirkier. From a museum about a non-existent corporation to a hidden underground submarine base, Europe is full of fascinating surprises, but only for those who understand that sometimes, a tourist needs to stray far from the beaten path.
Located on the tip of the Crimean Peninsula, this port city on the Black Sea used to be situated inside the USSR. What makes it truly quirky, however, is a facility that was once one of the region’s most deeply held secrets: a Soviet nuclear submarine base. The underground base is missing all the submarines these days, but because the facility was designed to withstand a direct hit by an atomic bomb, its infrastructure remains intact. The public is now welcome to enter and to explore the tunnels and submarine bays.
If you suffer of Samhainophobia, you might want to stop reading right now because this is all about pumpkins, Jack-O’-Lanterns and Trick-or-treats. Halloween is creeping up quickly, and it’s time to discover all the ins and outs of what might be one of the world’s scariest holidays.
This guest post is from Joe Schembri who has enjoyed the Florida lifestyle since 1990. He’s a huge fan of kayaking, spending time at the beach and traveling around the state. All photos are his own.
Florida has so much to offer any traveler, from families looking for fun, couples looking for romance and friends looking for adventure. There is so much to see and do that every moment of your Florida vacation will be packed to the brim. The reasons to come to the Sunshine State are endless, but here are some of the things on the top of the list.
Florida is known for its wonderful climate. People from up north flock to Florida every winter to luxuriate in the warm weather. When others are shoveling snow off of their driveways, Floridians are still able to hit the beach for tanning, relaxing and even kayaking. Here is a list of many areas around the state your family can enjoy a day of kayaking.
Florida is not just lovely in the wintertime. The entire year is bathed in sunshine, which makes it easy to enjoy all of the fun that your trip has to offer. Whether you are heading to the beach or hitting up some theme parks, the warm weather will follow you all over the state.
Spending time on the water can be soothing or thrilling. In Florida, you’re never far from the shore. Between the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic Ocean or the thousands of lakes throughout the state, a trip to Florida allows you to spend as much time as you’d like on the water.
The different bodies of water each offer their own form of entertainment. You can take a glass-bottomed boat through the swampy waters of the Everglades. You can sail above the Gulf of Mexico in a parasail or catch a few waves in the Atlantic Ocean. If getting into the water isn’t your thing, sitting on the shore watching the sun glint off of the waves is a fantastic way to pass a day.
One of our primary motivations to travel is the chance to witness different cultures. If you’re more of a thrifty kind of traveler, you may delight in the chance to kill two birds with one stone. You don’t have to go to China to experience Chinese culture. Just follow our guide to the best Chinatowns around the world.
This is a guest post by Ross Tavendale, responsible for the online PR for Boots.com
Native American History
Thousands of years before Juan Ponce de Leon set foot in Florida, Native American cultures flourished throughout the United States. According to anthropologists, America’s original inhabitants crossed an isthmus that once connected Russia and the U.S. over 12,000 years ago.
The settlers migrated from Eurasia and arrived in the U.S. in three migratory waves. As they dispersed across the land, Native Americans modified their clothing, diets and lodgings in response to the environment that they encountered. The U.S. has 564 Native American tribes with distinct cultures and languages. There are several popular Native American cultural attractions in the U.S. Many locations offer hiking, fishing, horseback riding and other outdoor activities.
You probably all know this feeling. Sometimes you’re just done with daily life; the commute, the nine to five, family, social life…it gets too much and all you want to do is get away from it. Good thing we are here to help! Sit back, take it easy and have a look at some of the best places to escape the modern world.
The Navimag Ferry, Patagonia, Chile
If you could do with some wild water adventure, hop on the ferry that takes you from Puerto Montt to Puerto Natales. This is a rough trip through Northern Patagonia and its fjords, desolate channels and uninhabited islands, known as one of the wettest and most isolated areas in the world. No risk of running into the in-laws here.
London is a great place to visit for everyone; young and old, couples, families, friends… The city is full of (free!) museums, parks and gardens, beautiful sights and great places to eat. Not sure where to go and what to see? Easytobook comes to the rescue with an overview of the best hotels, restaurants and attractions for families, lovebirds and budget travelers.
Erupting in Santorini or Peaking in the Peaks: which of these incredible destinations is on YOUR bucket list?
1. Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu probably is the most familiar icon of the Inca world. The site is situated on a mountain ridge, 2,430 metres above sea level. The ‘City of the Incas’ is considered one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.
Imagine yourself in an office, scrolling through amazing pictures of the most stunning beaches. Your thoughts wander off a little, you picture yourself in, say, Hawaii or the Maldives… Reality check: it’s raining and it feels like 16°C. Desperate for some sunshine? Want to get your mind off of work? Or you simply love beaches? Then this post is exactly what you need. Lean back and enjoy a tour around the world’s most amazing, beautiful, white sanded, blue watered coastlines.
1. Cook Islands