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Festivals and Events, Get Cultural

Sand Sculpture Festivals, Creativity Takes Shape

2 Jul , 2010  

The beach and the sand always remind us of our childhood and the endless time spent on giving birth to our imagination, to build castles and mermaids, and in the end to show the stunning creation to our parents. We all are undiscovered artists and some childhood passions still hunt us today. Lately, this hobby […]

Get Cultural

Why You Should Visit Wrocław, 2016 European Capital of Culture

24 Feb , 2016  

Wrocław is the 2016 European Capital of Culture; the events set by the cultural organizers are guaranteed to make your heart and mind dance together. Part of various empires and political disputes, Wrocław is a place where you can sense powerful historical vibes. The most flourishing time in the city’s development was during its Austrian rule. It […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

14 Small European Towns and Villages To Visit this Year

10 Feb , 2016  

Dear independent traveler, since you decided to hit the road this year, we would like to contribute with some suggestions. Here are 14 special small European towns and villages to visit in 2016! Some of these travel destinations were part of our experiences on the road, other are taken from our future “travel trajectories”. We see traveling […]

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Festivals and Events, Get Cultural

6 Major Events in London to Witness This August

17 Jul , 2013  

London will fire up this August with a series of concerts, theater plays and original film festivals. For today’s post we chose six major events that we know we’d love to attend. #1. Movie fans, gather up! The Film4 Summer Screen (8-21 August) at Somerset House is the place where movie eclecticism meets 14 nights […]

Hidden Places

7 Architecturally Surprising Destinations for the Wandering Traveler

19 Mar , 2013  

Off to see the world? Here are seven destination that will feed your appetite for charming and original architecture along the way. From Yemen to China, prepare to get a glimpse of the world’s most creative small towns and villages ever built. 1. Alberobello, Puglia Region, Italy Alberobello is inhabited by 11,000 lucky Italians and […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

Český Krumlov, a Bohemian Town from the Middle Ages

24 May , 2012  

Český Krumlov is a small city in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic and is well known for its fine architecture and art of the historic old town. In 1992, Old Český Krumlov has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and was given this status along with the historic Prague […]

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7 Mar , 2011  

Tourism on the Edge is a passion-driven blog promoting unusual traveling & unusual locations. It consists of inspiring holiday suggestions (places of striking beauty or strange magnetism), awesome cultural finds (artistic installations, festivals, photography tips) and travel experiences. Why should you advertise on Tourism On The Edge is a well established travel blog with […]

Asia, Hidden Places

Jeju-do, Korea, the Island of the Gods

26 Oct , 2010  

Jeju Island or also known as Jeju-do (a short form of Jeju Special Autonomous Province) is the only special autonomous province of South Korea and the country’s largest island. It’s situated southwest of Jeollanam-do Province in the Korea Strait, a sea passage between South Korea and Japan. Although the island isn’t a famous destination for […]

Festivals and Events, Get Cultural

La Tomatina Tomato Fight, When Things Get Really Red

24 Jun , 2010  

What if I were to tell you that tomatoes aren’t just food but a bunch of projectiles thrown into other people? Well, as you can see, La Tomatina is devastating for the clothes and even for the identity of those who are caught in the middle of the action. La Tomatina tomato fight in Buñol, […]

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