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If you haven’t decided yet where to go on vacation and when is the right time then read on!

Sneak peak on the secret cities of Europe

Haarlem, The Netherlands

There are some cities that are close to famous attractions but they remain unknown to many people. Those who will visit them though, will be filled with amazing images without having to engage in battle with the tour groups. Discover unknown European cities below! Haarlem, The Netherlands Less than 20 minutes you will need to… Read More »

Tour on the luxurious 15 Central Park West

Central Park

No. 15 Central Park West is not just another residential building in New York. Apart from being located in one of the most privileged places of the ‘Big Apple’, its 19 floors accumulate the highest number of millionaires per square meter on the planet. In fact, to be part of this exclusive community of owners… Read More »

The Sextantio Albergo Diffuso | Adventurous stay near Rome

An accommodation for travelers with a strong sense of adventure, a passion for history and authenticity and thirst for new experiences. The Sextantio Albergo Diffuso is located half an hour east and north of Rome, between 2,912 meters peak of Corno Grande and the sandy beaches of the Adriatic Sea, nestled in the middle of… Read More »

The weird Quinta Real Zacatecas Hotel in Mexico

Quinta Real Zacatecas, Mexico

One of the weirdest hotels in the world is the Quinta Real Zacatecas in Mexico. Built around the league matches of San Pedro, which was built in the 19th century and threw curtain in 1975, promises to offer visitors a unique experience. The character of the era and pot preserved, while at the same time… Read More »

Perth-Style

Perth is one of the top travel destinations in Australia, but it has only recently gained attention for offering luxury amenities and opportunities for sightseeing. In the past few years, Perth has been involved in an ambitious tourism project that has highlighted some of the great reasons for traveling to this lively port city. Perth… Read More »

An alternative pop residence by Luna2 Studios | Bali

The new trend in accommodation, the studios, consist large and spacious areas and it seems that they are here to stay! The Luna2 Studios in Bali, Indonesia is expected to open on April 12 offering travelers an interesting alternative for a comfortable stay. With a design that combines modernism of the past with the innovation… Read More »

Best Luxury Experiences in Kerala

India is everything, and more, all at once. It’s a visual explosion of bright saris, lumbering cows, marigolds and bursts of sunlight. With its luxuriant spectrum of greens from coconut trees ,forests in western ghats, paddy fields  and palm trees and the silvery waters and waterfalls in 44 rivers, Kerala is often like a picture… Read More »

Hotel Amangiri | Utah, USA

Hotel Amangiri, Utah

A unique resort, Amangiri, meaning peaceful mountain overlooks 600 acres in Canyon Point of southern Utah, near the border with Arizona. The resort is tucked into a protected valley with stunning views of the National Monument Escalante. Built around a central swimming pool with stunning views, the resort seems to be an integral part of… Read More »

La Rosa Campsite | North Yorkshire, England

In an idyllic setting in the area of the National Park North Yorkshire Moors, the owners of La Rosa Campsite found the perfect location to create this peculiar camping. The decision was to build a camp solely from recycled material, reclaimed, and from objects found in old shops. The campsite, with a total area of… Read More »

Travel to Great Britain with your children

Prepare a trip to Great Britain with your children, but you can not decide where to go and what you can do there, to keep their interest alive and therefore to avoid the whining that will surely accompany a tiring or completely irrelevant for those traveling. Ouseburn Farm, Newcastle If you find yourself in Newcastle… Read More »

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