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Europe

Magical Christmas Markets to Visit in Europe This Year

15 Nov , 2016  

Each holiday season we try to come up with suggestions for Christmas markets in Europe. This time we were sent an infographic that splits this year’s must-visit markets into a few interesting categories. More to the point, if you are looking for traditional food and mulled wine, Romania is the place to be. Bucharest has a bohemian […]

Crazy Accommodation

Dom’Up Tree House, an Original Glamping Concept

29 Feb , 2016  

Usually linked to a sense of childhood refuge or playfulness, trees are most of all a symbol of freedom, often took for granted nowadays. The Belgian guys at Trees and People started to reconsider the contemporary relationship between trees and humans. They came up with a cool project: Dom’Up. The idea behind ‘Dom’Up is to create an economic and environmentally […]

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Hidden Places

Seven of the World’s Most Beautiful Colorful Sand Beaches

25 Feb , 2016  

Here is a fascinating example of nature frenzy: prepare to see some of the world’s most colorful sand beaches. Red, green, pink, purple and even black are some of the colors featured in this breathtaking display of nature serenity. Enjoy! GREEN Papakōlea Beach is also known as the Green Sand Beach or Mahana Beach and […]

Crazy Accommodation

A Thrilling Winter Accommodation Experience: Arctic SnowHotel in Rovaniemi, Finland

7 Nov , 2014  

The Arctic SnowHotel is located in the Arctic Circle, near Rovaniemi, in Lapland, Finland. Once you get there, an incredible white world reveals in front of your eyes, digging through all senses, opening a new perception about space. Often referred to as being an “exotic” destination (only if we turn our thermometer upside down), at […]

Europe, Hidden Places

From Colossal Caves to Captivating Causeways: Top 5 Natural Wonders in the UK

8 Nov , 2013  

Radio Times conducted a poll to discover the greatest natural wonders available to visit in the UK. These places are guaranteed to leave visitors awestruck by their natural beauty, hence why they receive so many visitors year after year. From colossal caves to captivating causeways, here’s the top 5 as voted by the magazine’s readers: […]

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China from a Vantage Point: Glass Skywalk in the Tianmen Mountain

8 May , 2012  

The glass skywalk in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in the Tianmen Mountain, China, seems especially built for the fearless. But walking on this incredible pathway, suspended 1,430 meters high up in the air (about 4 691.6 feet) is also 6,35 centimeters thick (2.5 inches), making it safe for the avalanche of tourists. The Skywalk in […]

Asia, Hidden Places

Odd Natural Shapes in Thailand: Ko Tapu Island in Phangnga Golf

3 May , 2012  

Limestone Islands displaying odd shapes rise up from the clear, green waters bordered by the wooded Phangnga golf in the south of Thailand. Approximately 40 cliffs and small islands with fantastic forms populate this generous golf, some of them reaching up tp 275 meters in height. Most of them have caves or flooded canals. A […]

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Book Sculptures Portraying Famous Personalities at Dutch Book Week

21 Mar , 2011  

Written Portraits was achieved by agency Van Wanter Etcetera in collaboration with Souverein, who came up with the artworks below. Here is a short campaign description: Each year CPNB (CollectivePromotion Dutch Literature) organises the Dutch Book Week to promote Dutchliterature. And every year a specific genre is being profiled. This year the(auto) biography is featured. […]

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Parkour, the Art of Displacement [VIDEO]

3 Mar , 2011  

Parkour is a physical discipline originating from France (founded by David Belle)  in which the runners chooses a route in the surrounding environment and attempts to negotiate obstacles in the most efficient way, using only their body. Parkour can be practiced in any environment, but the most popular are the urban areas where dense and […]

Festivals and Events, Get Cultural

Mind-blowing Opera Stage in Bregenz, Austria

30 Nov , 2010  

The Bregenzer Festspiele (Bregenz Festival) is famous and acclaimed for staging some of the most mind-blowing spectacles. According to the The Telegraph, Verdi’ s opera “A Masked Ball” in 1999 featured a giant book stage being opened by a skeleton. The uncommon staging and show took place on Lake Constance in Bregenz, Austria.( Photograph by […]

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Hidden Places, North & Central America

Dominica Boiling Lake, Where Nature Trembles

17 Sep , 2010  

Dominica Boiling Lake is located in Morne Trois Pitons National Park, Dominica. It is the second largest boiling lake in the world, after the Frying Pan Lake, located in Waimangu Valley, New Zeeland (which we will cover in a future post). It offers spectacular views to the travelers venturing 6.5 miles (10.5 km) east of […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

Probably the Most Spectacular Beach in the World: Navagio, Zakynthos

4 Jul , 2010  

 Zakynthos Island is a place where there is a lot to see and a looot to do- hiking, scuba-diving, swimming are just some of the tips we can give you. This is a wonderful choice if you are looking for a holiday to remember. In this post we will concentrate on the landmarks that caught […]

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