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Want a tourist location with only a hand full of tourists, with a lake, and fun day trips around it? Then look no further than Arona – Italy, a city on lake Maggiore, with all of the tourist stuff, but none of the tourist hustle.
If you’re looking for a romantic getaway in a small town in France, then look no further than Strasbourg.
A very small but very charming small cities on lake Como that have many things to offer. Explore the many villas of the rich and famous, or just enjoy the lake view from one of the many viewpoints.
See why Annecy is known as the pearl of the French alps, with it’s charming canals, houses, it’s churches and castle, it’s beaches and shopping.
A blend of a sky bars and infinity pools with old buddhist temples and traditional living. All of this coexisting in one place – Bangkok. Traversing this megapolis is the biggest challenge to discovering all of it’s hidden beauties, which it has plenty of.
A typical tourist location with plenty to offer. From white sandy beaches on the near by islands, cheap and delicious street food, cheap drinks and women. What sounds like an ideal vacation spot, may hide much more
Hidden away from prying eyes of the world, Cuba is opening up for tourism for everyone to see. We went in for a sneak peak, and we’re sharing our impressions of Cuba and the most exciting places we could find: Havana, Trinidad, Varadero.
To add a bit of diversity to our Cuba trip, we decided to spend a week in the Dominican Republic. It’s close enough we thought, and it’s sort of like seeing both sides of the tale, one stuck in the 60-ties, while the other kept up with the times. And we decided to have that week in the middle of our Cuba trip, as a break in case we get overwhelmed by the experience there. And boy, were we happy that we did.
Trinidad is a small place with a few attractions that are fun to see and experience. Try to find a decent accommodation if you can, walk around the colonial center, and visit the center at night when everyone crowds in to cool off with cheap mojitos.
Rome is definitely one of those cities that no matter where you turn, you somehow manage to find an attraction, monument, or a piece of history. It was fun to get lost in the small cobbled streets with so much going on around you.