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Dublin is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. The capital city is urban enough like any capital city with a state-of-the-art facilities. Plus, it also draws tourists because of its rich culture, history and heritage. If you are in Dublin for a few days or plan a big trip to Ireland itself, here are the things to do in Dublin that you should not miss! Trinity College Located right in the center of…

Laos is a unique country, which has been quietly welcoming tourists for decades now. Luang Prabang was my first stop in the laid-back country of Laos, as arrived after my almost a month-long trip in Vietnam. I arrived from Hanoi to Luang Prabang by flight, and although the journey was just over an hour, the flight price was very expensive compared to flying in other parts of SE Asia. Here is the list of things…

Melbourne has consistently been one of the most traveled destinations in Australia. With its awe-inspiring tourist attractions, exciting activities, interactive museums, and wildlife parks, everyone will get to enjoy a vacation in this huge city. It is an ideal place to explore new things with your loved ones or even when you are traveling alone. Wandering around Melbourne is definitely worth it. There are plenty of amazing things to discover around the region. Interestingly, you…

Liverpool may not have the international renown or general prestige of London, but there’s something alluring about it to a lot of people traveling to England. Perhaps this stems largely from the city’s reputation as the home of The Beatles, or perhaps it’s because people all over the world are familiar with the local Premiership football team. Whatever it may be, something is keeping Liverpool among the most visited cities in the United Kingdom. So…

Ooty, the queen of hill stations needs no introduction. But to me, Ooty was that getaway to head to with friends and family, and I don’t remember the times I have visited this charming hill station. Why? Because I grew up in Mysore, and Ooty was my instant neighbour to travel when bored or just because I wanted to get out! So when Sterling Holidays gave me a chance to explore Ooty with them, I…

Florence is one of the most romanticized cities in the Tuscan region of Italy – Be it the numerous museums depicting the rich history and architecture or the beautiful gardens or the riverfronts offering stunning views, Florence has the enigma and the natural charm drawing millions of tourists every year for being the birthplace of Renaissance culture and home to some of the best architectural wonders of the world. Let’s look at the best things to…

New Zealand is one of the most picturesque countries in the world, which seduces travelers from all over with its mysterious charm and remoteness. And like every passionate traveler, I am not spared either. It has been on my list for some time now, and in my quest to find places that inspire me, I stumbled upon Auckland, to discover that it has so many places to visit! Here are the things to do in…

What’s the first thing you’re looking for when choosing a backpack? When it comes to me personally, I respect practicality over everything else. During my younger years, the design was also a very important factor, but right now, I appreciate comfort a lot more. Luckily, nowadays, I’m not forced to choose between these things, as there are some truly tremendous rucksacks currently on the market. Standard’s Daily Laptop Backpack is certainly one of those ultra-modern…

Among the destinations that I have been eager to explore, Australia is one of the main countries on my bucket list. Gorgeous beaches, rugged mountains, fabulous cities, unique wildlife, splendid skylines and delicious food – the list goes on when it comes to what Australia has to offer! One of the most popular areas for travellers exploring Australia is the Gold Coast. Gold Coast is an amazing place blessed with nature’s bounty, beaches, food and…

Bhutan is the first country that I traveled solo outside India, and I went ahead with as much curiosity that the world has about this mysterious country in Asia. Over my 2 weeks-trip to Bhutan, I witnessed a lot of things apart from the destinations itself, befriending the locals to hear some bizarre, funny, and surprising things about this country, some of which I experienced myself. So I thought of sharing some of the interesting…

If you want to take a break from your everyday life and go somewhere new and exciting, then why not just book that trip and go for it. If the idea of solo travel seems daunting to you, don’t worry, there are lots of solo-travellers out there, and so there will be many opportunities to make life-long friends with other people in exactly the same situation. In this day and age of apps and social…

Our world is indeed beautiful and amazing with all the natural wonders tucked away in the least explored natural recesses of our planet, which on their own are all equally amazing. Many of these wonderful places are just waiting for true nature lovers to discover and explore them, and some are now declared natural reserves by the respective governments of the countries these natural parks are located. The primary purpose is the preservation of everything…

Punakha, the former capital of Bhutan, is not a quiet abode it once used to be anymore. A great connecting road and a short distance from the current capital of Bhutan, Thimpu and its picturesque beauty makes it a must-visit attraction while traveling in Bhutan. It’s shame that I didn’t spend as much time it’s needed in Punakha on my trip to Bhutan. So without much ado, let me introduce to the awesome places to…

Traveling to one of the world’s most action-packed cities can be overwhelming. With so much see in London, it can be difficult to decide what to do on a first-time visit. From stunning views to toe-tapping musicals and 4 O’Clock afternoon tea, here are the best ways to experience the city for the first time. And with so many cheap flights now on offer to London, it’s never been easier to visit!   Watch the Changing of…

Thimphu was the most surprising city in my entire trip to Bhutan. Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan is unlike the other capitals of the world, at least the ones that I have visited so far. I mean, yes, each city is different, but all of them have a few things in common, right? But this city is unique, beautiful and blissful, and I felt like I had to spend a few more days here! So…