Famous Wooden Bridges

Share Today we use resistant materials to build bridges, but a while ago some of the bridges were made of wooden. We can still see, across the globe, various spectacular wooden bridges More »

Why we travel? Different bloggers respond

Share A long time ago I was speaking with someone about travelling. We were talking about trying to see different cities in an era when it was difficult to travel, to go More »

Princesses’ Jewelries exhibited at the Louvre Museum

Share When I was in Paris, I loved the Louvre Museum. In fact, I hope I could go back there one day and visit it more thoroughly. Jewelries are some of the More »

The Brandenburg Gate: history and photos

Share Built in the eighteenth century, The Brandenburg Gate is, nowadays, one of Berlin’s iconic monuments. In the past, people would come here, climb on it and look at the world behind More »

 

Fantastic Luxury Hotels in New York City

Share Who doesn’t want to travel, at least once, in New York City? People from all over the world dream about seeing the Big Apple’s famous attractions and getting a glimpse of

A guide to Poznan, Poland

Share Article by Sianna from eo – travel.try.taste Poznan is located in the western part of Poland and lies between Warsaw and Berlin. Being close to both the capital of Poland and

How to Visit Cuba on a Budget

Share This article was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog by TheHipmunk on April 12, 2016 Editor’s note: As of Aug 31, 2016, direct flights from the US to Cuba are taking off for the

A Guide to Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Share An article by Subhadrika Sen from Trekkers of the East Kolkata, also known as Calcutta was the erstwhile capital of India during the British Raj. After independence the central administration shifted

The Best Global Cities to Blend Business and Pleasure

Share These selection was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog by TheHipmunk on April 14, 2016 Business or leisure? Why not both? For those lucky enough to travel for business, we suggests turning business

A guide to Turin (Torino)

Share Article by Paola from www.viaggiedelizie.com (both in Italian and English) Torino might not been one of the first Italian city you can think when planning a trip to Italy, but have

Top Hotels in San Diego, Pismo Beach, and Rancho Mirage

Share The most populous state in the United States, California boasts famous cities and attractions for all types of travelers, both local and foreign. One of the biggest challenges when planning a

ProjectDomestication’s Hipmunk Hotels with Adventures in Amarillo, McAllen, Irving, and more

Share This selection of hotels was originally published on Project Domestication blog on June 15, 2016, by Becky Olsen. The Mustangs of Las Colinas by The Wonders of Back Roads via Trover.com Make some

A Walking Tour of Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Share Article by Laura Bowery Quite possibly one of the UK’s most misunderstood cities is Liverpool. From childhood there were the stereotypes of tracksuits, curly wigs and thick black moustaches. This accompanied

Unique: eat a restaurant at the base of a waterfall in the Philippines

Share Would you imagine a waterfall and at its base a restaurant? Would you imagine what it’s like to eat and get soaked? Well, it’s not a dream, but a real thing.