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Where To Go On A Summer Vacation In India With Family?

As the scorching hot summer approaches, everyone in India starts rejoicing with the anticipation of the fast approaching summer vacation. With schools and colleges closed, summer vacations in India are ideally meant for traveling to a cooler location and spending your days resting and making the most of the vacation. Summer vacations are when the families bond and enjoy each other’s company to the fullest. There is no pressure of rushing to office or school. Here is a list of places you can visit this summer: Kashmir: The Valley of Fun and Adventure All of us have heard about the beautiful...

Why Colombians are trying to save this idyllic island

BBC’s Travel Show brings you the latest insider travel news, a wealth of destinations, amazing experiences and features and practical hints, tips and advice for your holidays. Join over three million BBC Travel fans by liking us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram. This story is a part of BBC Britain – a series focused on exploring this extraordinary island, one story at a time. See every BBC Britain story by heading to the Britain homepage; you can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. If you liked this story, sign up for the weekly...

Treat Yourself with a Great Vacation – Visit Coorg

India is a land of diversity and beauty – the statement actually holds water because India has so many beautiful places to get lost in. Apart from many conventional tourist attractions, India has some off-beat travel destinations too, that are extremely beautiful and worth a visit. And one of those places is Coorg. A lot of tourists opt for a Bangalore Mysore Coorg tour package to get an all in one flavour of these three places. The Coorg district (also known as Kodagu) is a petite district in Karnataka and it has a lot to offer to its visitors. From the beautiful coffee plantations and...

The man who built a Chinese utopia

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Travelling in Australia – Useful Resources

Let’s face it; there is no shortage of places to visit in Australia. It’s the perfect place to just take to the road, and enjoy spending time exploring. Of course, your journey could be long, and you may encounter the outback along the way. This is why you should make sure you are well prepared. You should invest in a good pair of sunglasses for a start; to protect your eyes while you are driving. It’s also a good idea to have some maps with you, as you may not always have access to Google.  Make sure that your vehicle is serviced, and check out tyrecompare.com.au  for...

How Italian women used words to fight the Nazis

I chained up my rusty red bicycle and stepped into the courtyard of the former Conceria Fiori tannery, where the chairs and tables of a beer garden, not yet open for the day, sat empty. I entered the building and made my way to the rooftop, where the Ristorante Piazza dei Mestieri serves homemade pastas and handcrafted chocolates.  But I hadn’t come for a meal; I had come to learn about the anti-fascist efforts that took place here and throughout Turin, Italy, during World War II. View image of Turin was a hotbed of resistance activity after the fall of Benito...

Portugal’s sneaky sausage that saved Jews

In Manteigaria Silva, one of Lisbon’s oldest delis, not much has changed since 1928. Cured hams dangle from the ceiling, port and Madeira wines compete for shelf space and slabs of golden cheese await the blade. And alongside the lombo (air-cured pork) and chouriço (chorizo) lies a sausage so thoroughly Portuguese that a 2011 public vote declared it one of the nation’s seven gastronomic wonders:...

Best Travelling Experience at Affordable Cost

As you know, one of the common excuses for not travelling is not having much money. However though globetrotting can be costly activity, creative travellers can find out number of inexpensive methods for seeing the world. If you have to stick to the budget and convince the wanderlust, try to rethink about the style of the travel. This is because one type of the trip may be less expensive than what you are used to, and it does not mean that you are getting a super experience or you are getting a just experience. Go out on the limb and try some cheap ways to make a trip, like couch surfing or...

A Road Trip to the Natural Wonders of the USA

An American road trip is a rite of passage that allows you to change gear, relax and unwind in places and towns that you ordinarily would never have visited. The temptation is always there to get on a plane and vacation abroad, but what we have in this country is the ideal terrain to satisfy every curiosity that you have. There is no need to head to the flashing lights of the big cities (although admittedly a stop off in one is always good), to get the most benefit of your road trip you need to head to the natural landscapes that have stood the test of time. All you need is to crank up your...

The remote ranch at the bottom of the world

Ushuaia, the southernmost city on Earth, is filled with signs proclaiming ‘El fin del mundo’ (The end of the world). The slogan adorns hotels, restaurants and shops, a local newspaper, the railway line and even a tango club. It’s a boast, though, rather than a warning: the capital of Argentine Tierra del Fuego is the closest city to Antarctica, which lies just 1,000km to the south. To put that in context, Buenos Aires is more than 3,000km north. Although the city suffers bitter winters and was once home to a brutal penal colony nicknamed the ‘Siberia of the...

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