Most of us spend quite some time reading about our next destination. We have to read through tons of articles before we find the right information. Then you finally discover some great tips and exciting suggestions, only to end up totally blanking out when you reach your destination. Don’t you wish you had your favorite articles or blog posts along? You can, of course, bookmark them, . . . → Read More: GPSmyCity Travel Encyclopedia App Launch Offer
Martin Luther already said it: ” If you don’t love wine, women and song, you’ll stay a Thor your whole life long .” We’re presenting the wine culture in the Romantic Cities , because who would want to be a Thor? The cities all have a lot to offer: each city has a history that you shouldn’t miss out on – from underground wine-tasting to wine . . . → Read More: Enjoy wine at some of the World’s most romantic cities
When the blue moment turns into black in Finnish Lapland, an exciting wait begins. Will the arctic lights blaze in the sky tonight? Sometimes they flame in the early hours, sometimes closer to dawn.
Not many visitors hang on awake all night long. The Arctic Snowhotel has come up with a solution: Aurora borealis watch. The main task of the watch is to stay awake and observe . . . → Read More: Arctic SnowHotel has dream job vacancy for someone to scan Northern Lights night sky
The Challenge: To convince Google that it should visit the Faroes, 18 volcanic islands located in the North Atlantic, between the Shetlands, Iceland and Norway, to put the islands on the world map. Google has visited most countries on earth, but the Faroe Islands remain a notable exception.
The Strategy: To launch a unique sheep-based mapping system to unlock the hidden beauty of the little-known destination that . . . → Read More: Faroe Islands and it’s sheep petition to feature on Google Street View
English cricket tours has released packages for the England v West Indies tour 2017 taking place in Antigua on the 3rd and 5th March at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium built for the 2007 World Cup and on the 9th March at the Kensington Oval in Barbados.
The tour operator which has over 30 years of experience in taking English cricket fans across the world to . . . → Read More: English Cricket Tours releases packages for England v West Indies tour 2017
Riut, the company that has revolutionised safe travel with the RiutBag backwards backpack, is expanding its line-up with the RiutBag Go – a lighter, brighter and more affordable version of thief-proof rucksack. Following the success of the award-winning RiutBag R10 and R15, the RiutBag Go is designed for the everyday – whether going to a weekend festival, taking a family day out to the beach or . . . → Read More: RiutBag Go introduces backwards backpack with no outer zips
Located in the UNESCO designated Thingvellir National Park, less than an hours drive from the capital Reykjavík, Silfra Fissure is where the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates meet to form part of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. The magical underwater world has three main caverns with depths ranging from 10 to 60 meters: Silfra Lagoon; Silfra Cathedral; and Silfra Hall, where the continental plates are so close . . . → Read More: Dive Silfra offering snorkelling and diving tours in Thingvellir Iceland
For many, recent images of The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge set against glorious backdrops such as the Taj Mahal and Tiger’s Nest cannot have failed to stir an interest in the Indian Sub-Continent – whether you have yet to experience its myriad delights or are keen to visit again. Specialist tour operator, Voyages Jules Verne, now adds to this travel temptation with the publication of . . . → Read More: Voyages Jules Verne offers range of Indian extensions with India & Beyond
Everyone knows how advanced the Roman civilisation was and that the best way to immerse yourself in ancient history from this era is with a visit to Italy. A warm destination nearly all year round, you can enjoy the sites off-peak and really imagine what it might have been like 2000 years ago.
If you’re interested in Roman history and also . . . → Read More: Get Jaunty Highlights Most Historical Places in Italy
A full-length documentary film from Nik Loukas – creator of InFlightFeed.com – will pull back the curtain on how airlines source, prepare and deliver meals to passengers at 35,000 feet. “The Inflight Food Trip” figures to reveal a world that few passengers ever see.
Loukas is working together with accomplished Producer/Director James Mellor of Rainbow Trout Films. To make this documentary a reality, Loukas is turning to . . . → Read More: InflightFeed’s New Documentary Reveals Why ‘it’s Not Just Plane Food!’