Jan 16th, 2011 |
Istanbul – Unique Recommendations and Interesting Short Strolls http://www.tinyurl.pl?60v2ZycH #
Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips Oaxaca
Jan 14th, 2011 |
Today we present the city of Oaxaca, together with some unique tips from the Hacienda Los Laureles Boutique Hotel.
Oaxaca has been declared by UNESCO as part of the world’s cultural heritage. It is a city with 450 years of post-Columbian and Spanish history and more than 3,000 years of pre-Columbian history.
Interesting sites in the city of Oaxaca include the Government Palace, the Temple of Santo Domingo, the Macedonio Alcala Theater, the Rufino Tamayo Museum of Prehispanic Art and the House of Cortés.
Visit also the famous Hierve del Agua – which means “the water boils”. It...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips Barcelona
Jan 13th, 2011 |
Courtesy of Duquesa de Cardona Hotel
Today we present a tour to Cardona, especially for those who are visiting or planning to visit Barcelona and are interested in leaving the city for a while and would like to see something different. During the day tour you will be able to see: the Vall Salina and the Salt Mountain, the Medium Age Castle as well as the canonical/collegiate church of Sant Vicenç at the medieval town of Cardona in Central Catalonia.
The Castle and the Fortress
At Cardona, the geographic location of the castle meets the need for defending access to the salt warehouse and...
Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips Istanbul
Jan 12th, 2011 |
Courtesy of Bentley Hotel
Istanbul… Anywhere within the vicinity, Istanbul is a charming city that you will always want to return to… It’s impossible not to get affected by its magic!.. It is really inevitable not to get inspired by its history and culture. A city that makes you feel the Eastern world and clarifies that you are in the west. For instance, if you pass by the bosphorus, you will feel as if you were in a metropol that unites the two continents. When you travel around the Modern Art Museum, you will encounter a European atmosphere. Furthermore, a visit to the Topkapi Palace...
Events, Featured Articles, Specials, Travel Tips Vienna
Jan 10th, 2011 |
Every year Vienna hosts more than 300 balls, some featuring as many as nine live orchestras. The city celebrates the carnival from January until early March and the ball season reaches its peak in January and February. During this time the capital of Austria offers more than 2000 hours of dancing.
Balls are held in the many beautiful palaces in Vienna. The Imperial Hofburg Palace at the Heldenplatz is the main venue. The Emperor’s Ball starts off the ball season in grand style at the magnificent Imperial Palace on New Year’s Eve. In total, twenty glittering ball events await...