Featured Articles, Travel Tips, Travel Tips Barcelona
Jan 20th, 2010 |
Courtesy of Grand Hotel Central in Barcelona, here are some tips on where to go in this wonderful city:
VISIT: Barcelona Walks Gòtic
Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter links past and present. Discover in a guided tour the charm of its streets, squares, hidden corners and hundred-year-old buildings with expert guides who will take you, step by step, on a journey through history.
Departure point: Turisme de Barcelona information office at: Pl. de Catalunya, 17 basements. You should be at the information office 10 minutes before the visit of the Gothic Quarter begins. It takes 2 hours long and you...
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Jan 4th, 2010 |
El Calafate in Patagonia, Argentina, is ultimate glacier experience. The town is close to Lake Argentino, a green water surface covering 1,600 square km, with a length of 60 km and a width between 12 and 14 km. Calafate receives its name from a small bush named calafate, which is native of Patagonia. According to tradition, whoever eats calafate will return for more, and reality shows that who visits El Calafate wants to stay there forever. It is a tourist resort of both national and international importance, since it is the starting point of all glacier circuits.
There are lots of excursions at...
Dec 10th, 2009 |
When you visit the small country the Netherlands most people tend to stay only in Amsterdam, but this city is not typically Dutch. Amsterdam is well known for its many tourists who want to see a peek of the extrovert Dutch capital. You may as well stay in Amsterdam and take advantage of those wonderful museums and breathe the particular international atmosphere of the “Venice of the North”, but as the country is rather small, you can hop on and hop off the train at any time you want and visist other pearls. If you want to see something typically Dutch you want to see the windmills,...
Dec 4th, 2009 |
If you want to celebrate your Christmas at a special place we recommend you to go to Vienna. This place is wonderful at this time of the year and you will experience the Christmas feeling like you have had before.
We captured a video of this amazing city, there are some shots of the joyful Christmas Market in Karl Platz, Vienna, right in front of the Karlskirche. There are many stands featuring amazing handcraft in an atmosphere that is inviting for both children and adults.
Epoque Hotels represent four Boutique Hotels in Vienna:
- The Levante Parliament
- The Hollmann Beletage
- The Altstadt
Dec 1st, 2009 |
The La Boca is a neighborhood from Buenos Aires. When you walk here you immediately think that you are walking in Europe. It has the flavor of Italy, with its colorful houses and a lot of walking areas, also there are a lot of Tango performances. Not only it has the flavor of Europe, a lot of European people are residents in La Boca, mainly Italian, Spanish, German, French, Arab and Basque residents. You will find a great number of tourists in this special neighborhood, but please do not mind, because you really do not want to miss this special place.
This area is not only a cozy place but also...