Archive April 2017

Booking An Epicurean And Adventurous Vacation With Royal Holiday

Whether you’re planning your first, or your tenth cruise, you deserve to have the experience of a lifetime each and every time. Royal Holiday and Tripadvisor makes it simpler to plan the vacation of your dreams over and over again. Cruise to your destination port and have the time of your life or fly to an Argentinian resort with sumptuous offerings and experiences. If you love lush tropical areas, you’ll really enjoy visiting the Cliffs Club in Kauai, Hawaii. With hundreds of options available, you can plan any activity or experience you like. Booking online securely and safely...

The olive oil the Romans loved

In Castellón Province, Spain, you’ll see evidence of Roman life everywhere. Stretches of the ancient Vía Augusta, which was the longest thoroughfare through the Iberian Peninsula during Roman rule, still survive in the region, linking remnants of bridges, arches and villas. But it’s not the excavated mansions, the mills or even the mile markers along the historic route that are most remarkable. It’s the 2,000-year-old olive trees. View image of Spain’s Castellón Province is home to 2,000-year-old olive trees (Credit: robertharding/Alamy) ...

Booking An Epicurean And Adventurous Vacation With Royal Holiday

Whether you’re planning your first, or your tenth cruise, you deserve to have the experience of a lifetime each and every time. Royal Holiday and Tripadvisor makes it simpler to plan the vacation of your dreams over and over again. Cruise to your destination port and have the time of your life or fly to an Argentinian resort with sumptuous offerings and experiences. If you love lush tropical areas, you’ll really enjoy visiting the Cliffs Club in Kauai, Hawaii. With hundreds of options available, you can plan any activity or experience you like. Booking online securely and safely...

Head North on an Arctic Yacht Charter in 2017

From a yacht charter in Northern Europe, explore the Arctic regions; here, you are on top of the world, floating through an ethereal landscape of craggy mountain fjords, deep glassy bays, colourful fishing villages and mighty glaciers that crash into the sea. This is wilderness cruising – silent and pure. The sharp aroma of snow drifts down from the high mountains, while surprisingly warm summer sunshine beats upon the sparkling sea. In the Lofoten islands in northern Norway, turquoise and sapphire seas are edged with white sand beaches and green fields covered in buttercups in the summer...

5 Churches in and around South Goa to usher in the Yuletide spirit

If you are the one who loves visiting churches, especially at the time of Christmas, or during the pre Christmas, Yuletide season, we have a great surprise for you. Churches are not a rarity in India, but how about a combination of the best churches and the beauty of the beaches? Sounds great, doesn’t it? But to be able to experience this great sight, you will have to put in some effort as well. You will have to book yourself a Delhi to Goa flight. We are sure this is not too much to ask for, that too if you are interested in the great deal being offered to you. Whether you have visited...

The island with £100 million hidden

According to legend, pirate treasure reportedly worth £100 million is buried on an Indian Ocean island. Although the region is thought to be littered with hidden treasure, this one is said to be the Holy Grail, the world’s biggest booty haul. The story, which reads like a Hollywood script, has been passed down through generations on the islands of the Seychelles and La Réunion. View image of £100 million worth of pirate treasure is reportedly is buried in Seychelles (Credit: Helen Soteriou) Although many have tried – and failed – to locate...

Seville Cathedral – The Largest Gothic Cathedral In The Word

One of the top three things you cannot miss when in Seville is the Seville Cathedral. Its original Spanish name is Catedral de Santa Maria de la Sede or Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See. It is a Roman Catholic Cathedral and it is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world with an authentic architecture and look. It is the third-largest church in the world, right after the Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida in Brazil and St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican, but at the same time it is the largest cathedral in the world as the two previously mentioned are not seats of...

Best Tips to Mingle With the Locals While You Travel Abroad

When you are travelling to amazing and distant destinations, you want to get a real feel for the place rather than follow the well-trodden tourist trails.  You always hear that one of the best ways to do this is to mix with and talk to local people during your trip, but just how do you do this when the language is a world away from what you are used to? Here are a few ideas on how to best mingle with locals on your next trip. Learn the basics You really can’t expect everyone to understand your own language when travelling and the first thing you should consider is to pick up some local...

Escape this Spring with a Bank Holiday Retreat

Spring brings an end to those winter blues and dullness that you often find through the cold season. But as soon as it ends, you feel much more at ease as the sun starts to show its face more often and everything feels much fresher. With a new energy and enthusiasm for the upcoming summer, it’s the best time to make plans and have something to look forward to. Spring is a great time of year to get outside and spend some quality time with your family. Enjoying the sun and the increased warmth, you look forward to the weekends even more so you can get out and about. Luckily for us, we have a...

Europe’s surprising knife capital

Walking into one of the knife boutiques in the French town of Thiers was like walking into a watch store in Switzerland. There were so many dazzling choices: rare folding knives with real mammoth-tooth handles and hand-forged Damascus steel blades that sell for thousands of euros beside handsome pocket knives and hunting knives priced anywhere between €50 to €500. I was a kid in a candy store. I was a kid in a candy store. Thiers is widely known among those of us afflicted with chronic knife-geekery as the European capital of fine, locally made folding knives. That’s why...

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