A Handy Travel Guide When Visiting Luxembourg

Posted on 16 February 2020 (0)
  1.   The language in Luxembourg is quite diverse. Majority of the people here can speak English, French, and German so if you speak any of these languages, you can easily get around with this country.
  2.   Try to stay at least one night in the city centre. Its old quarters are UNESCO World Heritage site and staying here is truly one of your best memories in Luxembourg.
  3.   Visit Corniche in Luxembourg City to see the most beautiful balcony in Europe with lush landscape and floral displays. It also has the best view of the old part of the city, so might as well take pictures and gather some memories.
  4.   While Luxembourg is mostly rural, you can rent a car and drive around the country. There is less traffic compared to major cities like London. In fact, the best way to truly enjoy this wonderful country is to hit the road with a group.
  5.   Impress yourself with the beautiful castles in Luxembourg.  One of the most impressive one is the Vianden Castle, which is built purposely on a hill. The castles of Luxembourg are actually remnants of the city’s powerful lords and lieges that once ruled the locals. Some of these are the remains of the Middle Age and although very old, these castles have been well-maintained by the government.
  6.   You can cycle around the city. You can rent a bike and wander through iconic buildings. Just make sure you have reflector lights at the front and of your bicycle in case you are still on the road when night falls.
  7.   There is free Wi-Fi in almost every corner of Luxembourg City. So you can take some photos and upload them right away to free up some space on your phone. When you head to the countryside, it is not the same thing so you better take a lot of photos while in the city. Nevertheless, there are a lot of things to see in the countryside so you would rather enjoy the scenery than focus on your Wi-Fi.

Luxembourg is truly an amazing country. We have mentioned that Luxembourg is bordered by France, Germany, and Belgium. A trip to these three countries from Luxembourg would make a perfect EuroTrip. To get the most of your vacation, make sure you don’t come alone to this wonderful country.

Interesting Things That You Should DO in The Grenadines

Posted on 26 September 2019 (0)

Would like to make a tour to the Grenadines? Not sure what to do in St. Vincent and the Grenadines? We’ve got you covered. We have compiled the best activities in St. Vincent and the Grenadines so you can make the most of your trip. Let’s see what exactly you should do when you are in the Grenadines.


Explore the undiscovered island of Bequia

Bequia is a lovely island, just 9 miles south of St Vincent, the northernmost island of the Grenadines. Although the biggest of the Grenadine islands, Bequia just measures 18 sq kilometers and is largely obscure. The Grenadines are recognized for having several of one of the most stunning coastlines on the planet and Bequia has greater than its reasonable share. We suggest exploring Relationship Beach, Princess Margaret Beach, Lower Bay and Sector Bay, some of the most effective Bequian coastlines we have actually encountered.


Hop from Bequia to St Vincent by local fast ferryboat

This no-frills yet the efficient setting of traveling offers a wonderful chance to see the residents tackling their daily business. Leaving from Bequia, an hour’s journey will certainly supply you to Kingstown, the funding of St Vincent. Also referred to as ‘The City of Arches’, Kingstown is busy as well as a vibrant place, with patched streets, spectacular churches, as well as historical structures.


Take an island excursion of Bequia by open-backed taxi

Easy to arrange with a local taxi driver, you can travel around the island in three hours for a really great review of the island, selecting to see as much or as little as you desire. After a drive with Port Elizabeth, the main point of Bequia, you’ll uncover rich environment-friendly meadows, deserted coastlines, densely wooded hills, and also can stop for stunning sights out across the islands of the Grenadines.


Sail to Tobago Cays

St Vincent, as well as the Grenadines, has a solid seafaring background, as well as no, see right here is total without a sailing trip to the Tobago Cays. These 5 tiny, unoccupied islands, obtainable only by boat, flaunt several of the very best sailing as well as snorkeling in the Caribbean due to the magnificent horseshoe reef that creates a tranquil lagoon with amazingly blue water.


Stay on a Private Island

Of the 32 islands composing St Vincent and the Grenadines, only 9 are occupied, as well as a lot of independently owned. Spending time on a remote private island, it’s easy to appreciate the easygoing ambiance of the Caribbean.


Completely turn off on Petit St Vincent

Deserving of its name, Petit St Vincent is the tiniest island in the Grenadines chain. With simply 22 specific cottages quietly placed around the island, it’s a special resort. Visitors are encouraged to totally unplug, without any Wifi, TVs or phones in the rooms. If you require room solution, you’ll need to raise the flag outside your home.


Walk the coastal path of Union Island

Home to the southernmost marina of St Vincent and the Grenadines, Union Island has a rustic charm. Traveling to the island by boat, it’s easy to tip onshore as well as visit in a day. The most basic way to explore is to adhere to the seaside path that circles the island and also goes through the primary towns of Clifton and Ashton. Remain a little in Ashton, a standard fishing village, to see the vibrantly painted fishing watercraft.


Put an Alaskan Cruise on Your Bucket List!

Posted on 05 March 2019 (0)

Enjoy A Royal Caribbean Cruise to Alaska

Being one of the most popular cruising destinations, a cruise to Alaska is the perfect way to escape from the hustle bustle city life or to experience the best of Alaska. It hardly matters which Alaska cruise line you choose, you’ll have the widest opportunities to witness wonderful wildlife, stunning landscapes, head to the skies for gorgeous vistas or learn about Native Alaskan culture.


If you have the enough time and budget, we advise you to duo your Alaska cruise with a land based tour for an inclusive Alaska experience.


What is the best time to Cruise to Alaska– Generally, the Alaska cruise season starts in May and ends in September and July and August is going to be peak season, so if you want to avoid the crowd visit in late May to early June or late August to early September.


Why to Choose Royal Caribbean Alaska Cruise

Royal Caribbean Cruise offers an amazing experience of a lifetime with its cruise to Alaska. The main tourist attractions of the Royal Caribbean cruise destination incorporate climbing through icy cascades or rainforests in Juneau, witnessing tremendous ice fields by helicopter, wildlife travels by sailboat, guided mountain bicycle visits through the Passage of Ketchikan and hustling crosswise over icy masses by dog sled.


Juneau, the most beautiful area in the America also top of the list of one of the most famous places that Royal Caribbean Cruise visits amid the visit. You can walk off outside the city to sight the wilderness of Alaska from a closer point of view. Another delight to eye on this Royal Caribbean cruise option is Hubbard Glacier. A standout amongst the most active glaciers in the planet, it is spectacular at 1350 feet.


The Royal Caribbean Cruise generally departs from the Seattle, WA; Vancouver, BC and Seward, Alaska! Alongside where you decide to start the cruise, make sure to consider how long you would like to be at sea. Royal Caribbean offers amazing deals on both land and sea packages apart from this, you will get amazing deals on seven-night Alaska cruises that include your lodging, dining, entertainment and much more.


What to Pack for an Alaska Cruise

Make sure to pack comfortable hiking boots and walking shoes for trips ashore. Apart from comfortable shoes don’t forget to pack evening dresses, and casual clothes, for during the day on board the ship. We advise you to bring some warm clothes, a windbreaker, a raincoat and a warm jacket with you. If you love swimming, bring a swimsuit. A high quality camera with extra memory and a pair of binoculars are also highly suggested in this part of the world. If not, take a seat and let Royal Caribbean Cruise satisfy of a incredible holiday to Alaska and have the best time of your life.


If you consider to decide a cruise for your next escape, why not book your itinerary at one of the many Alaskan cruises available. You will get an unconquerable trip loaded with adventure, grace and excitement.


5 Most Breathtaking Places to Visit in Switzerland

Posted on 08 September 2018 (0)

When we think of a cool destination in scorching summer, the first destination that comes to our mind is Switzerland. It’s no surprise that this beautiful country in Europe filled with deep blue lakes, mountains, natural beauty, fairytale villages and with lots of charm. Switzerland is the most beautiful and breathtaking tourist place in every way. Wondering where to go to Switzerland? We’ve got you covered, Visit these five most breathtaking places in Switzerland for unforgettable Swiss tourism.


Zurich – The largest and most expensive city in Switzerland, Zürich is a beautiful place to visit in Switzerland. Along with cultural heritage and modern life, this city filled with Lakes, churches, magnificent museums, theaters and concert halls. Zürich has everything in store for every traveler. The city is also famous for luxury lifestyle, shopping and fancy chocolates. For an unforgettable vacation experience, a visit to Zurich is must.


Geneva – The Second largest city in Switzerland famous for its freshwater lake Geneva. This city surrounded by France border from all sides and connected to Switzerland only through a lake and a slight stretch of land. One of the major attractions in Switzerland, the world’s tallest water fountain Jet d’eau, is located in Geneva. You will also find the famous Swiss chocolate shops in Geneva. The best time to visit Geneva are from May to June and September to November.



Lucerne – Located in the heart of Switzerland, Lucerne has long been a popular destination for tourists because this town is on the shores of Lake Lucerne and also visible from Mount Pilatus and Rigi in the Swiss Alps. Lucerne is a fairy tale swiss village has a lot to offer from elegant historic buildings, waterfront promenades and a musical time, quite literally! Lucerne is one of the most visited cities in Switzerland because of its rich culture and beautiful places.


Engelberg –Engelberg is an extremely popular winter and summer tourist destination located in central Switzerland offers a variety of holiday activities for families, couples, adventure seekers and leisure travelers. The city is also famous for its century-old Benedictine monastery that still affects on the day by day life of the town. Besides being home to the famous Mt. Titlis, is also well-known as one of the top ski regions of the country. Engelberg town is also renowned for its various Ski and Freeride areas, on the other hand, summers are picture-perfect for hiking, climbing, biking and mountaineering activities.


Interlaken – Interlaken is a beautiful village located between two beautiful lakes Thun and Brienz. This beautiful city packed with the splendid mountain views, dark forests, snow-capped valleys, and various skiing as well as hiking trails. Interlaken offers the perfect opportunity for adventure activities such as Canyoning, white water rafting, and Paragliding. The major tourist attractions are cable cars, chair lifts, and ski lifts and hiking trails.


What are you waiting for, head to Switzerland now and you could be on the doorstep of these unbelievable locations!

Visit Helsinki, Finland!

Posted on 10 March 2018 (0)

Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is home to a variety of historical, cultural, and outdoor attractions to explore. A major portion of Helsinki sits on a granite peninsula located on the north coast of the Gulf of Finland, facing the Baltic Sea. The peninsula has many offshore islands and a plethora of little coves and inlets. Although it’s basically a flat city, it has some significant hills scattered about as well, offering great views of the majestic sea. Helsinki is a great city for hiking or biking. However, it also has a very trusted and far-reaching public transport system.

Let’s take a look at some of the best places to see in this wonderful city –

1 Mannerheimintie
Starting from one end of the city’s Esplanade, the Mannerheimintie Street runs northwest from the Central Railway Station, across from the main post office. The Central Railway Station, which was constructed in 1919, is definitely a must-visit as it is the finest building by renowned architect Eliel Saarinen with a 48-meter-high clock tower. It’s also a great place for people watching. Nearby restaurants are all top quality, although trending toward the expensive. Next to the post office, is the equestrian statue of Marshal Mannerheim, perhaps the most important person in Finnish history. Right behind that is Kiasma, the astounding Museum of Contemporary Art. A walk along Mannerheimintie will take you past many of the main cultural sites mentioned below as well as the Parliament building, numerous shops, and some of the best restaurants in the city. The street also allows access to all the trams and buses that will take you anywhere in the city and even other areas of Finland.

2 Finnish National Museum of Art (Ateneum)
On the south side of Helsinki’s Station Square is the National Museum of Art, usually known as the Ateneum after the name of the impressive Neoclassical building it occupies. The same building also houses the famed Finnish Academy of Art. Designed by Theodor Höijer and completed in 1887, the Ateneum holds Finland’s finest art collection of historic works as well as contemporary art in a gallery of its own. The Finnish section of the museum includes works by A. Edelfelt (1854-1905), E. Järnefelt (1863-1937), P. Halonen (1865-1933), and A. Gallén-Kallela (1865-1935). Among works by foreign masters are Rembrandt’s Monk Reading and Vincent van Gogh’s Street in Auvers-sur-Oise, along with 650 other international works of art. Be sure to check the website as there are a large number of days throughout the year when entry is free.  This museum is one of the favorite places to visit in Europe for my friend at church. He is an entrepreneur who owns BGB Painting and is doing quite well which affords him the opportunity to travel to Europe once a year. 




3 Finnish National Museum
At Mannerheimintie 34 is the National Museum (Kansallismuseo in Finnish). Founded in 1912 in a National Romantic style, the museum is easy to spot when heading north along the street as it is the only building on the left-hand side with a tall spire. The Kansallismuseo contains a comprehensive collection of material on the culture and ethnography of Finland. Of note is the Finno-Ugrian collection with traditional costumes and everyday cultural objects. The prehistoric section is the largest permanent collection of archaeological materials in the country. Various displays also document the development of Finland from the middle ages through the Swedish and Russian empires and into a modern state. The entrance hall is decorated with fabulous ceiling frescoes inspired by the Kalevala, the national myth of Finland. The frescoes were painted by Akseli Gallén-Kallela, perhaps Finland’s best artist. Opposite the National Museum, in a park, is the Municipal Museum.

4 Finlandia Hall

North of the Municipal Museum in Helsinki, on the shores of Töölö Bay (Töölönlahti), is the Finlandia Hall, a concert and convention hall designed by Alvar Aalto and built in 1971 with a white facade of Carrara marble. The marble is also used on the inside of the structure. Details appear in hardwoods and ceramics. The main concert auditorium is a stunning site and is famous for its acoustics. Another standout feature is the wide Venetian staircase that leads from the ground floor to both the main auditorium and chamber music hall. The Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe was signed here in July 1975. To the north of the hall is an excellent park (home to large chess boards and chess pieces), and beyond this again is the new Finnish National Opera House, inaugurated in November 1993 with a performance of the opera “Kullervo” by the Finnish composer Aulis Sallinen. Check the website for frequent updates on events, prices, and openings.


All of Scandanavia is beautiful.  We love to visit Denmark most often, but you must check out Helsinki if you get a chance!