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Sunday, April 14, 2013


The Netherlands offers a unique blend of rural, traditional
beauty and vibrant culture. Occupying a delta at the
confluence of three major rivers where they empty into
the North Sea, it is truly a water world: canals, coast and
lakes are never far from view.
Fit also makes an ideal destination for cycling, an integral
mode of transport among the Dutch themselves, and many
visitors plan their trips around the extensive infrastructure
for two-wheeled travel.
Holland (as the country is alternatively referred to) is also
a deeply cosmopolitan place where museums overflow
with paintings from its Golden Age and a cavalcade of
festivals showcase performing artists from within and beyond
its borders. Added to this is an eye-opening nightlife
scene in cities like Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The object
of all their scrupulous planning, it seems, is to share their
enjoyment of life.

Saturday, April 13, 2013


Few places cram in as much scenery, history and culture
as the United Kingdom.
England’s southwest is dominated by a rugged shoreline
and swathes of open national parkland, while its sprawling
and vibrant capital London dominates the southeast.
Hill walkers can take some serious hikes in the Scottish
Highlands or England’s Lake District.
London, is the capital city of England and the United
Kingdom, the largest metropolitan area in the United
Kingdom, and the largest urban zone in the European
Union by most measures. As A single day for the London
visitor can quite effortlessly include green parks, lunch
in a contemporary Thames-side restaurant, and cobbled
backstreets clattering with market traders.
London is one of the most captivating cities in the world;
with the ostentatious hotels of Park Lane and vibrant shopping
spots in Oxford St. and Knights bridge.

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Monday, December 3, 2012


Turkey is a land of vast open spaces, massive mountain
ranges, fertile valleys and rugged coastline, fast-growing
cities and sleepy villages, bustling neon-lit seaside resorts
and unfrequented beaches.
Turkey has rich history since it overflows with historic sites
and archaeological wonders set in a varied and beautiful
landscape. The Mediterranean coastline is punctuated
with well-preserved cities, while Istanbul, still very much
the most popular destination of the nation, has even more
to offer, with Ottoman mosques and palaces, Roman
aqueducts and Byzantine landmarks.
Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city, the former capital of both
the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires, and the only major
city in the world to straddle two continents But however
deep its past, Turkey is a dynamic society that blends cultural,
economic sides with retaining the best of its multicultural
heritage and time-honored traditions of hospitality.

Bosphorus Bridge - ISTANBUL

Oludeniz Fethiye MUGLA

Sunday, December 2, 2012


Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. The
country is home to some outstanding historic towns and
cities, numerous elegant castles, palaces and churches, as
well as some attractive – albeit mostly flat – countryside.
The capital and largest city is Budapest. Thermal springs
are notable feature of the Hungarian landscape. As a
consequence, there are more than 150 thermal spas –
some of which date back to Roman times – and elegant
bathhouses in some urban areas, most notably in the
capital, Budapest.
Budapest is an elegant, stylish and lively city made up of
two separate settlements clustered on either side of the
Danube River. Buda, west of the river, is hillier and older,
with a wealth of graceful Habsburg and neoclassical
buildings, while Pest, the commercial centre on the opposite
bank, is flatter and more sprawling with antiquities
and art architecture.
The city has long been the focus of Hungary’s artistic,
musical and literary community.

Monday, October 29, 2012


France - the world’s most popular tourist destination - can
confidently claim to offer it all, from glamorous beaches
and storybook castles to panoramic countryside and city
It’s a country of dramatic just apposition - the expansive
boulevards of Paris, the timeless greenery of the country’s
Valleys, the wide slopes of the Alps, the lavender fields
of Provence, the gourmet restaurants of Lyon, the rugged
charm of Corsica - and one which, when taken as a
whole, presents a near-perfect visitor package.
Paris itself is one of the globe’s truly great cities: a multi layered
realm of high fashion, historical riches and haute
But seen in a wider context, it’s just one of many world class
tourist destinations that France has to offer.



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Sunday, July 15, 2012


A historic jewel at the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic
packs a sizeable punch for a small country; from
its fairytale castles and medieval towns, to elegant spa
resorts and scenic national parks.
The Czech Republic’s capital is the culture-filled Prague,
whose imposing castle is the centre piece. Easy daytrips
from Prague include the spa resort of Karlovy Vary,
Karlštejn and Konopišt castles, and the historic towns of
Mělník and Kutná Hora.
The Czech Republic is peppered with fascinating UNESCO
World Heritage sites, including the town of Český
Krumlov, and the Renaissance architecture of Tel.
For natural beauty, try Šumava National Park, the weird
and wonderful rock pinnacles of the Adršpach-Teplice
Rocks, and the spectacular caves and underground rivers
of the Moravian Karst.
The rich agricultural area of Moravia in the eastern half
of the country offers rolling ranges of wooded hills and

Saturday, July 14, 2012


Occupying a prime position in the heart of Europe,
today’s Germany is an endlessly engaging destination: a
land of high culture, half-timbered villages and dynamic
cityscapes. Germany offers the range and variety one
would expect from such a large, developed country - if
you want it, you’ll find it - but special purchases include
precision optical equipment such as binoculars and cameras,
porcelain, handmade crystal, silver.
Tourists will encounter a heady mix of untamed nature,
fine arts and youthful creativity. Dusseldorf is Germany’s
capital of fashion that also offers a wide scale of fascinating
new architecture.
The “Altstadt” and the “Medienhafen” have a vibrant life.
Germany is the most populous member state and the largest
economy in the European Union, while Hamburg is the
Germany’s second-largest city, famous for its harbour.

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