Sunday , 2 August 2015

Category Archives: Europe

Feed Subscription
  • thumb1

    Normandy, France

    Normandy is one of France’s prominent historic regions. Its close proximity to South England and its...

  • thumb2

    Zakynthos, Greece

    The Italian name of Zakynthos is Zante. Zakynthos is one of the largest islands in Ionian Sea in Gre...

  • thumb3


    Scotland is found In the northwestern part of Europe, encircled by the waters of the North Sea and t...

  • thumb4

    Frankfurt, Germany

    The largest and busiest city in Germany is Frankfurt. Being a major hub for business, the city is a ...

  • thumb5

    Things to do in Barcelona

    Rich in culture and history, Barcelona is among the favorite destinations of tourists when visiting ...

  • thumb6


    The mountainous nation of Iceland is actually an island located in Atlantic Ocean between America an...

  • thumb7


    Ireland is a place like no other. Only in Ireland you will see the magical blending of unusual geolo...

  • thumb8

    Great Britain tour on a yacht charter

    Explore Britain in comfort and privacy by chartering a yacht. You may choose a modern motorised yach...

  • thumb9

    Cannes, France

    Cannes has grown considerably from being just a small village to an expensive and promising seaside ...

  • thumb10

    Madrid, Spain

    Madrid is the capital city of one of the oldest nations in the world, Spain. Madrid is the centre of...

Setubal, Portugal


Setubal, found in the south portion of Lisbon, Portugal, is known in Europe as a traditional coastal town accentuated by bustling ports, cobblestone pathways and busy squares. The undeniable classic beauty of Setubal is courtesy of the natural assets that envelope it, making it the perfect destination for tourists who are fond of nature and outdoor adventures. The third largest port of the country is found in Setubal, in the capital district along the Rio Sado to be exact. Setubal ... Read More »

Braga, Portugal


Joining Lisbon, Porto, Amadora and Vila Nova de Gaia as the largest cities of Portugal is Braga, an important city in Northern Portugal. Exactly located in the Cavado Valley, it is a city that has a combination of traditional and modernity that perfectly blends together, making it a destination that interests tourists from all over the globe. Braga may be one of the oldest cities in the country, so expect attractions such as cathedrals, museums and historic districts to grace ... Read More »

San Sebastian, Spain

san sebastian1

San Sebastian’s rise to fame can be attributed to Queen Maria Cristina when she chose this chief town of the Basque province as her home during the summer season.  Since 19th century, San Sebastian has been Spain’s most fashionable resort, and with fine accommodations and world-class restaurants, this is highly-recognized as one of the best destinations to be. San Sebastian has a full range of attractions, ranging from natural wonders to historic structures, offering its tourists an unforgettable vacation. San ... Read More »

Wales, Great Britain


One of the countries that make up Great Britain is Wales. Because of its unbeatable natural beauty comprised of jagged mountains and rolling hills; and interesting history defined by numerous castles, this country attracts millions of visitors all over the globe per year. Sitting on a stunning region in the western peninsula, Wales is definitely the best place for an adventure and a memorable escape. Cardiff International Airport is where visitors enter. From the airport, there are bus services that ... Read More »

Valencia, Spain

Valencia_spain 1

Valencia, the capital city of the province Old Valencia, is definitely worth seeing when traveling in Spain. In terms of beauty, Valencia ranks high. This place is not only the birthplace of the world-famous dish paella, Valencia also hosts the famous Fallas Festival. If you are going to Spain and planning to see an off-the beaten track destination, Valencia is definitely a winner. Valencia visitors enter its premises via the busy Valencia Airport, just 9km from the city center. Tourists ... Read More »

Seville, Spain


Andalusia’s capital, Seville, is one of the Spain’s largest cities. It may be the center for finance and culture, but it is not all about business and tradition. It is a city full of life and character as defined by the numerous attractions that give accent to the south side of the country. The city is divided by the pleasant river of Guadalquivir, resulting to two cities—Sevilla and Triana. With a full array of touristic amenities and numerous sights to ... Read More »

Frankfurt, Germany


The largest and busiest city in Germany is Frankfurt. Being a major hub for business, the city is a picture of intimidating skyscrapers, bustling airports and trade shows. Sitting along the river Main, Frankfurt’s perfect blend of contrasting features attracts tourists all over the globe. The city center is not all about business and trade, as here is where Germany’s most important museums and galleries are also seen. The main roads display non-stop action, while the side streets and neighborhoods ... Read More »

Dresden, Germany

Dresden (1)

Discerning tourists grew fond of visiting Dresden for its picturesque natural setting and interesting history, culture and tradition. This is a home to many of Germany’s interesting museums and monuments, remarkable artworks, well-preserved architecture and so much more. Not to mention that the locals are friendly and the city-wide facilities are efficient which makes this a tourist-friendly destination. The historic center and Old Town of Dresden is pretty compact, and exploring the area can be easily done by walking or ... Read More »

Scroll To Top