Archive for the ‘Cities’ Category

The legendary Carl Theodor Bridge – Heidelberg

Viernes, noviembre 4th, 2011

If you had the opportunity to visit Prague, you know that one of the icons of the Czech capital is the Charles Bridge, which is also a maximum concentration of tourists. For in the historic city of Heidelberg in Germany, there is also a Charles Bridge, part of its most characteristic image, from the viewpoints of the Philosopher’s Walk.

heidelberg

Photography by en.structurae.de

Actually called Karl Theodor Bridge in honor of the Elector Palatine Carl Theodor, who had it built in 1786 in place of an original wooden bridge in the late thirteenth century. This was destroyed by a flood in 1784, it was decided to build a new stone bridge. (más…)

Berlin – Visit the dome of the Reichstag Foster

Lunes, octubre 24th, 2011

There is no doubt that the German parliament Reichstag Building in Berlin, is one of the main attractions when you come to Germany on vacation. Thus, a highly recommended visit your tourism trip to Berlin is the German Parliament building, known as the Reichstag.

the Reichstag Foster

Photography by teoruiz

In addition to seeing the great neo-Renaissance facade of this historic building from the large meadow in front of it, the great attraction of this visit is up to the roof of the Reichstag and having a great glass dome designed by renowned architect Norman Foster. (más…)

Patio de los Naranjos in Cordoba – Spain

Miércoles, octubre 12th, 2011

Cordoba in Spain, is one of those great cities that you should not miss, if you as a route to this country. Among its tourist diversification, which will present today, we say that this city have great historical legacies.

Patio de los Naranjos

Photography by borkur.net

Patio de los Naranjos in the Mosque:

When in your tourist trip to Cordoba you visit the impressive monument of the Mosque, the first thing that will surprise you is the beautiful Patio de los Naranjos. (más…)

Cadaqués and Portlligat: A couple great destinations in Spain

Miércoles, septiembre 28th, 2011

Cadaqués and Portlligat are two destinations to consider when coming to Spain, these places have much to offer tourists.

Cadaqués and Portlligat

Photography by horrapics

Start the tour:

All this is possible in a weekend of good weather and enjoy the small coves and beaches that are in the Costa Brava. We can start the tour in Sant Martí d’Empúries i l’Escala, two very pretty coastal towns. (más…)

Hoi An, Vietnam’s Pearl

Viernes, septiembre 23rd, 2011

The town of Hoi An is situated 22 km south of Da Nang city on the coast of South China Sea, more or less in the middle of the elongated geography Vietnamese. Since 1999, Hoi An is inscribed on World Heritage List of Unesco.

Hoi An, Vietnam's Pearl

Fotografía por se7enpub

Aspects of the city:

On a trip to Vietnam is almost compulsory to visit Hoi An Walking along its narrow streets, located parallel to the Thu Bon river, with two-story houses and stroll along the harbor with its colorful market open, to discover the true essence a Vietnamese seaside town. (más…)

Walking in Sicily

Miércoles, septiembre 14th, 2011

The route leads to Sicily after this corner of Italy, which we detail below to get an idea of our route of travel to this destination.

The route leads to Sicily

Photography by loriszecchinato

Routes to consider:

Trapani:

Sicily has three main airports: the Palermo in the north, Catania in the east and finally the smallest and most modest of the three in the west, the Trapani. RyanAir is based on the latter, and that’s where we can fly (and back). Trapani is a quiet coastal town settled in one of the few plains of the island, and is bounded on the south by an extensive area of Salinaro belonging to the town of Marsala. (más…)

Slovenia: Piran Summer

Sábado, septiembre 10th, 2011

Italian flavors and spirit with medieval coastal city bathing in the Adriatic Sea is like a sculpture carved by Michelangelo. On the site you can see the roofs of Slovenia. Almost like a picture perfect, the medieval walled city speaks of respect and Slovenes are the jewels of its past.

Piran Summer

Photography by Resident on Earth

City View:

On a clear summer morning, the promenade paved the coastal town of Piran was full of bronzed men watching a lot of women topless and lying along the rocky beach. Piran, however, is not in the French Riviera, and is not a sleepy Italian village of fishermen, despite the abundance of pizzerias, Gothic churches and Venetian restaurants with names like Verdi Inn. (más…)

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