Monday, 25 July 2011

Amsterdam Travel Guide

Amsterdam is a popular stop-over for Eurail pass holders. The city has a reputation that precedes itself which draws visitors from all around the world. If you plan to explore more of the Netherlands by rail you will also be passing through here as it is a big rail hub.
Amsterdam Travel Guide

Friday, 22 July 2011

A Brief Guide To Ghent - Belgium

Many have heard of Ghent (Dutch: Gent) due to its Gentse Festeen festival attended by over two million visitors from all over the world during the month of July. As the capital and biggest city in East Flanders, Ghent also had its share of wealth during the Middle Ages. Many travelers heading towards towards Brugge and Brussels, especially Eurail pass holders, should visit Ghent to experience the mix of cosmopolitan and laidback atmosphere of the town.
A Brief Guide To Ghent - Belgium

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

A Beginners Guide to Rhodes, Greece

One of Europe’s favourite holiday destinations is without a doubt Greece and while many head to the capital Athens and beach resorts such as Zakynthos, another excellent destination is the island of Rhodes.
A Beginners Guide to Rhodes, Greece

Sunday, 17 July 2011

Seeking Nirvana in Bodhgaya – Where the Buddha attained enlightenment

India has three of the four most important Buddhist pilgrimage sites in the world, with the fourth being in Nepal. That is an impressive heritage for a country that counts less than one percent of its population as Buddhist (though ask any business man and most would take 1% of billion any time). Out of those four sites, Bodhgaya is the most important. This is the place where Buddha attained Enlightenment.
Seeking Nirvana in Bodhgaya – Where the Buddha attained enlightenment

Friday, 15 July 2011

Dalaman resort advice

The Lycian Coast running along the south west of Turkey is better known as the Turquoise Coast. This wiggly stretch of coastline is made up of a series of bays and narrow coves interspersed with dramatic rocky headlands and small peninsulas. The name alludes to the beauty that lies in wait; the sea is indeed turquoise, it’s also crystal clear and warm, but not so warm that it no longer act as refreshment.
Dalaman resort advice

A Brief Guide To Graz - Austria

Tuesday, 12 July 2011

A Brief Guide To Cesky Krumlov - Czech Republic

Entering Cesky Krumlov is like stepping into a fairy tale. Situated within the Vltava River, it is a small city with massive castle, castle garden and a town with a mixture of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
A Brief Guide To Cesky Krumlov - Czech Republic

Monday, 11 July 2011

A Brief Guide To Plovdiv - Bulgaria

"A city upon layers of cities", this is how the Bulgarians describe the city of Plovdiv. Travelers with a Eurail pass can experience its layers of history now that Bulgaria is part of Eurail. It is located within the picturesque seven hills that is why many Bulgarians call it the "City of Seven Hills". It is also situated along the banks of Maritza river.
A Brief Guide To Plovdiv - Bulgaria

A Brief Guide To Utrecht - Netherlands

Found in the heart of the Netherlands, Utrecht is at the crossroad of art, knowledge, commerce and services. As the fourth largest city in Netherlands, Utrecht is visited by many travelers because of its buildings and structures that depict the Middle Ages.
A Brief Guide To Utrecht - Netherlands

Wednesday, 29 June 2011

Cunard Line Sends 3 Ships on Epic Voyages in 2013

This week, Cunard have announced that in 2013 they are sending all three of their cruise ships on epic round the world voyages. It seems that despite some economies around the world still finding it tough at the moment, the cruise industry is not one of them, and Cunard’s announcement comes from the demand for longer cruises especially during the winter months.
Cunard Line Sends 3 Ships on Epic Voyages in 2013

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

Food, Drink and Accommodation in Tanzania

In Eastern Africa, one great place to go is Tanzania. It shares its borders with countries such as Kenya, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique, as well as having its eastern border lie along the Indian Ocean. The state of the United Republic of Tanzania consists of 26 different regions. It has many things to offer the traveller, including Mount Kilimanjaro, the exotic islands of Zanzibar and the Serengeti National Park.
Food, Drink and Accommodation in Tanzania

Monday, 27 June 2011

A Brief Guide To Genoa - Italy

As the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, Genoa (Genova) is one of the most impressive cities in Italy. Located along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea, it has a long history of maritime trad, and its grandeur can still be seen today. Eurail pass holders be sure to visit Genoa to experience not just its history but also its unique excellent cuisine, beautiful sights and its romantic seaport that witnessed the history of the Mediterranean Sea.
A Brief Guide To Genoa - Italy

A Quick Guide to Pecs - Hungary

Aside from Hungary's oldest university located within the city which is attended by students from nearby cities and towns, Pecs was one of the European Capitals of Culture in 2010. As the fifth largest city in Hungary, Pecs is located at the slopes of the Mecsek Mountain and is populated by less than 200,000 inhabitants of varied origin, mostly by Magyars. Eurail pass holders should make the most of their pass visiting this small city because of its history that was not ravaged by the Communists and because it is rarely visited by tourists in masses.
A Quick Guide to Pecs - Hungary

Saturday, 25 June 2011

Currency Exchange 101

You’ve packed everything, the house is locked up and you’re parking your car at the airport. Have that niggling feeling you’ve forgotten something and realise with a face palm motion before you check in for your flight that its currency? We’re all familiar with the traditional options available for currency exchange and we’ve all been there before and left it to the last minute.
Currency Exchange 101

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Marrakech Must Sees - http://www.itravelnet.com/travel-blog/marrakech-must-sees/

Marrakech Must Sees

Marrakech is situated at the foot of the Atlas mountains and is a truly fascinating place, full of history and beauty. It is the cultural centre of Morocco and must be experienced.
Marrakech Must Sees

Flight Review: go! Mokulele – Honolulu to Kahului

Flight Review: go! Mokulele – Honolulu to Kahului

Saturday, 18 June 2011

A Brief Guide To Aix-en-Provence - France

Romancing at a luxury hotel in Sardinia

Not just a pretty beach, Sardinia is the Mediterranean’s second largest island. It is perfect as a romantic getaway location, whether you want the extravagance of Costa Smeralda or the peace and quiet of its unspoilt landscape.
Romancing at a luxury hotel in Sardinia

Friday, 17 June 2011

Sydney: A City with Style & Substance

From fashion to frivolity Sydney, Australia, is a city that oozes with style and substance. Deriving substance from iconic landmarks including Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, this vibrant city also sparkles with style in the arts, entertainment, fashion, food and culture. And while everyone can breathe in the peaceful bliss and surf the waves at Bondi Beach, there are certain cultural activities that a savvy traveller simply can’t miss in Sydney. Here’s just a few:
Sydney: A City with Style & Substance

A Brief Guide To Brugge - Belgium

Hot air balloons. Beers. Chips. Chocolates. These are some of the things that come to mind when it comes to Bruges (French), or Brugge (Dutch). Located at the northwest region of Belgium, Brugge is considered as the capital city of the Flemish Region. For holders of Eurail passes, nobody should miss the city named as the Cultural Center of Europe in 2002.
A Brief Guide To Brugge - Belgium

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Five ways to take a cheap holiday to France

As France is such a close neighbour to the UK there are often many ways of securing a cheap holiday there. Not only is France easy to get to, it’s also one of the most stunning countries to visit in Europe. Whether you want to see the sights of Paris, relax on the beach, sample the stunning food or learn a little more about wine, France has something for you. Here are five of our best ways to take a cheap holiday to France.
Five ways to take a cheap holiday to France

Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Theme Parks in Orlando

Orlando Florida is widely regarded as the global centre for theme parks of sizes and varieties. With many of the biggest attractions now offering competitively priced bundles for multiple entries to different parks, a holiday to Florida is the perfect opportunity to sample them all!
Theme Parks in Orlando

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

A Brief Guide To Nantes

Nantes is the capital of the Pays de la Loire, a region of France. Once the premiere port of France, the city has a rich history with a succession of economic re-development.
A Brief Guide To Nantes

Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Maui: Paradise lost and found

Zimbabwe

You might be attracted to Zimbabwe because of the herds of elephants and other animals whose home is here. Also, the national parks provide a brilliant opportunity to see the scenery and animals which this place has to offer. But by far the most popular tourist attraction is the Victoria Falls.
Zimbabwe

Where I Stayed: Paradise Bay Resort – Hawaii

Where I Stayed: Paradise Bay Resort – Hawaii

Paradise Bay Resort Hawaii

Paradise Bay Resort offers the most beautiful natural setting and the best kept secret hide-away on Oahu. Enjoy panoramic views of the Ko’olau Mountains laced with magnificent waterfalls after a rain, with awesome views of the Bay, Islands, Ocean and the Ancient Hawaiian Fishpond.
Paradise Bay Resort Hawaii

Monday, 28 March 2011

Taste your way through Istanbul

Taste your way through Istanbul - http://www.itravelnet.com/travel-blog/taste-your-way-through-istanbul/

Thursday, 17 March 2011