Few places on Earth are as picturesque as French Polynesia. With breathtaking beaches, crystal blue waters, and stunning mountain vistas, Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It's no surprise that tens of thousands of people flock to this tiny Tahitian island each year for a little rest and relaxation. With so much natural beauty, it's easy to snap postcard-worthy pictures of your vacation. Check out these four photo opportunities you can't miss in Bora Bora.
Just 30 miles east of Europe’s casino capital, Monte Carlo, lies what used to be Italy’s own chic gambling mecca, Sanremo.
Sanremo remains one of the most famous resorts on the Italian Riviera — a stretch of coast in Liguria, in the country’s north-west.
I began my trip with a few days in Dublin, Ireland - Dublin is a great city with a lot to offer, but for me, this trip was about unearthing the real soul in the places I was visiting. Dublin has unfortunately succumbed to the like-fate that many other culturally-significant cities of the world have - where the history and the soul have diminished greatly and been replaced with commercial modernization. Dublin wore my mind thin and I felt sadness after my brief stint. I began feeling as though all the time, effort and funding that I invested into this trip was all for waste.
Conscientious travellers want to minimise their impact on their chosen destination. But there's no denying that travel in the modern world can have a huge, and often damaging, impact on the environment and local people. So how can you enjoy a trip to Lanzarote while still supporting sustainable tourism?
Venice is a city whose architecture has barely changed in more than 500 years.
A gondola ride to explore its countless canals, young lovers kissing o the Bridge of Sighs, the magnificence of St Mark’s Square, its Basilica and neighbouring Doge’s Palace — is plain to see why its magical allure never fades.
Fethiye is a modern port town located in the middle of Turkey’s beautiful Turquoise Coast. With moderate winters, hot summers and an average of 300 days of glorious sunshine each year, countless outdoor activities, sailing trips on gulet boats and various Fethiye Tours, it’s no wonder that holiday makers flock to this little town. However the Mediterranean climate can be a little too much for some, with temperatures occasionally soaring as high as 45 ℃. On days like this hiking up to the Amyntas Rock Tombs or burning on the beach may not be on your agenda, but don’t worry because you won’t need to spend your vacation hugging the air conditioning unit. There are still plenty of options for keeping cool on your summer vacation.
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