The world never runs out of very good places that you can visit as you go on your holidays. Whether you are dreaming and planning to have holidays on the beach or are looking for the best clubbing holiday deals, you can surely find an interesting place that would let you enjoy your getaway to the fullest. Listed on this site are some of the best places in the world where you might want to spend your holidays with your loved ones and friends!
Along the beautiful Côte d’Azur is located in the region of Alpes-Maritimes, the Maritime Alps, the seaside resort of Cannes. One can also find the famous Corisette, which is actually called Boulevard de la Croisette, and the place is where you can see and be seen. Many boutiques, shops, restaurants and bars are spread over the two-mile boulevard of Cannes, which also has three casinos and the Festival Palace, where each year hosts the world-famous international film festival in Cannes. But the Croisette, which looks like an avenue of palm trees in their environment, many small parks and directly below it a wide sandy beach which is a readily accepted photo.
The cemetery of Cannes is the largest French park in an inner city and not only the graves of celebrities like Klaus Mann or Martine Carol are worth seeing. South of Cannes are two Mediterranean islands by ferry, very accessible: Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat attract the visitors as well as the waterfront and the old town of Cannes, where near the Read the rest of this entry »
The historic capital of the Burgundy region and capital of the department of Côte-d’Or is located in eastern France and is called Dijon. Dijon flows through the Ouche, the Burgundy Canal is also part of its catchment area. Became famous through the world famous Dijon mustard and as a trading center of the Burgundy wines.
Dijon is a beautiful city that one of the successful trading of the last century also sees today. But Dijon is also a very old city, whose roots date back to the Iron Age and the later part of the Roman road and was just fixed by these Romans also was to hold the Germans. Since 12 Century we find already in Dijon hospital, since 18 a university. Traces the history of Dijon can be found for example in the former ducal palace on the Place de la Libération, where to find the Town Hall today. Or one of many former towers, the Tour Philippe le Bon, which is 46 meters high and the 15th Century came Read the rest of this entry »
In the capital of Aquitaine Bordeaux you will find not only excellent wine and excellent traveling cuisine but also many sights!
Bordeaux, just 50 kilometers from the Atlantic Ocean, is situated in southwest France on the Garonne river. The tides are noticeable up to Bordeaux and, rarely, but occasionally can be found in Bordeaux, even a tidal wave that is locally called “Mascaret. Today’s university city of Bordeaux was in the 3rd Century BC, founded by the Celts and in the former city wall you will find the city of Bordeaux, which is conducted since 2007 by Unesco as a World Heritage Site. In the old town you’ll find the old university building in the middle of a long pedestrian zone in which shops, alternate boutiques, cafes and homes. In the northwestern part of Bordeaux ‘old town you can visit fine dining as well as the finest bistros and cafes, which are surrounded by wealthy banks and luxury shops. Here, in the so-called “Golden Triangle” of Bordeaux, but also to find alternative bars, while along the Garonne many wine merchants based in the West and the “Mériadeck”, a commercial and administrative center, invites visitors. Read the rest of this entry »
Not far from Paris is the capital of the French département of the Somme region of Picardie, Amiens. Born out of a Celtic settlement, Amiens grew under Roman rule at the most important and strategically valuable location of the province Belgica. By his own records, held once even on Julius Caesar for several months at Amiens, to convene here twice the Gallic Council.
Since 18 Century increased the importance of the city to grow. It has long been an important industrial center. written during World War II completely destroyed, the visitor finds himself in a town that surrounds the charm of the 50′s architecture.
In addition to architectural attractions, the city inspired by its famous water gardens. Thus, about 65 km waterway extending through and around the city of Amiens, which are fed by the River Somme. Who does not want to lose in the meandering streams, the orientation should always keep looking for the Notre Dame d’Amiens. This absorbed by the Read the rest of this entry »
Romantic New Year`s Eve in Paris &Enjoy
Paris – the city on the Seine has been popular for centuries among tourists from all over the world and in every season, because Paris is sprayed in the winter, spring, fall and summer are the special charm that just has only Paris.
A special event is New Year’s Eve in Paris. If the French left out celebrate with tourists on the streets and squares of the city and each other “Bon année” do, then are the moments that we remember his life happy. Spending New Year’s Eve in Paris with a special person by his side, it is unforgettable.
Waiting for a New Year’s Eve celebration, which – as usual in Germany in general – is celebrated with lots of loud firecrackers and big fireworks, so it is wrong, because New Year’s Eve in Paris is to contemplative. This is not because the French do not like to celebrate and extensively, the relative calm is required by law, because in the past were just a lot of cars and historic buildings destroyed in part, what you want to avoid the ban on fireworks. Read the rest of this entry »
There so many here in the heart of Chicago city, even after the turn of Printers Row neighborhood, Millennium Park and Grant Park at their own chapter, enjoy it all in the loop, even in a week, can be a challenge to n ‘ What is important visitor.
First, is the problem of actually Defining The Loop. For the purpose of this discussion, we’ll call it all in the “L” (elevated train) loop trail that many neighborhoods, benefit a couple of blocks north, south and west.
Let us get to the essentials.
Walk along Dearborn Street from Jackson to Washington Street and enjoy Calder “Flamingo” flank government building designed by My Van Der Rohe, Chagall “The Four Seasons,” near the base of Chase Tower, and the Chicago Picasso – - call it as you will – in the Daley Center. Joan Miro’s sculpture, “Moon, Sun, and one star (Kick failed Chicago),” is a place on Washington west of Dearborn, right through the Picasso.
The Theatre District
First, there are the great old movie palace on Randolph Street, restored to their original brilliance – the Cadillac Palace and Oriental (aka the Ford Center for the Arts Run). In Dearborn, the Goodman Theatre in retaining the facade of the Selwyn and Harris Theater. Finally, there is the drama queen, Chicago (1921), with its marquee idol, its exterior designed to resemble Paris’ Arc de Triomphe and the thing inside her dream traveling. If you can not not take a show there, take a tour.