Broad, wholesome, charitable views of people / places and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of earth all of one’s lifetime!
At the border of France and Germany, there is a small town named Strasbourg with rich architectural heritage embracing the style of Medieval, Renaissance, Romantic and Art Nouveau eras. There […]
The most central location in Switzerland is Lucerne. It’s the ideal starting point for many excursions various trips to Lucerne’s regional mountains, the Pilatus or the Rigi – the queen […]
Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and enjoy the trip. Once in a while it really hits people that they don’t have to experience the world in the way they have been told to.
One of the largest Museum complexes I have been to in Germany, till date has been the Munich Residence, though there are many more grandeur palaces with the collections of the royals which I have to still decide when to visit. From 1508 to 1918 the Munich Residence served as […]
When you visit the Snowdon , while exploring the place you can also visit one of beautiful waterfalls of Wales, The Swallow Falls. Also known in Welsh as Rhaeadr Ewynnol, […]
A name derived from its white, snow-capped peak, and the name “don” for the term mountain. Though when we visited there was no snow, but it was definitely misty and […]
The Traveler sees what he sees, The Tourist sees what he has come to see.
Like the Eiffel Tower, Brussels also has a 335-foot-tall giant iron crystals replicated in shiny steel, The Atomium, magnified 165 billion times the normal size of an iron crystal consisting […]
To transform the existing narrowly built-up and poorly lit inner sections of Brussels, an idea struck the dutch architect Jean-Pierre Cluysenaar , to build a 213 meter long building consisting […]
We visited Brussels a long time back, probably 6 years back not so sure of the time frame and fairly new in exploring Europe. Brussels was basically just exploring the […]
Brussels was just a one day visit and it’s a small place which can be covered in a day. After reaching there came to know that it’s also a gastronomical delight as you will find especially seafood restaurants all around the town. And when you are in Brussels, you know […]
The best walks and treks till date has been in UK. And Yorkshire Dales was one such place where we had stayed and gone for an easy walk trek trail […]
In one of your trips to Krakow, if you have time then you should definitely visit the Rynek Underground Museum. Its an Hi-Tech and highly popular museum that takes visitors […]
THERE IS NO FOREIGN LAND ITS THE TRAVELLER ONLY WHO IS FOREIGN…
Third largest Parliament Building in the world, with 691 rooms, 20 kilometers of stairs and 96 meters in height similar to St Stephen Basilica. During the Communist era a large […]
On the day trip to Szentendre , we also took a halt at a place called Esztergom to see the Basilica over there, though it is not as grand as […]
Founded by the First Hungarian King St Stephen, we will find the Matthias Church located at the top of the Buda Castle Hill, serving since 1015. As per history initially […]
IF YOU ARE ALWAYS TRYING TO BE NORMAL, YOU WILL NEVER KNOW HOW AMAZING YOU CAN BE. ~ MAYA ANGELOU
Surely, of all the wonders of the world, the horizon is the greatest.”
Traveling is the only thing that you buy that makes you richer!
Right next to Matthias Church, there is a place called Fisherman’s Bastion, one of the favourite places for me when I visited Budapest. A place which we visited twice, once […]
I had been to Spanish Synagogue in Prague which was also my first time understanding the customs of the Jewish community. It was a beautiful place of prayer. So I […]
One of the places which I felt had the best view of Budapest was in a place named Citadel. We had taken the hop on and hop off bus to […]
One of the day in the 6 days visit to budapest, we decided to take a tour to the place named Szentendre an artistry village. It is known for well […]
The largest square with the symbolic statues of the Hungarian chiefs and kings. A millennium Monument, a 36m-high pillar built to commemorate the 1000-year-old-history of the Magyars. Designed in 1894 […]
When you walk towards the pest side of Danube river you will come across 60 pairs of old-fashioned rusted made of iron shoes, the type people wore in 1940s, shoes […]
When you walk on the streets portraying some Two-Thousand-Year old history of Budapest, you might come across St Gerardus Hill, 235 meter tall peak not the highest point but has […]
One of the prominent names that you will come across when in Budapest is about the King Stephen I. He is the third ruler of the nomadic and pagan hungarian […]
Our year 2019 ended with a visit to an architectural rich city named Budapest of the country Hungary. And the city is beautiful would be an understatement of the year. […]
A New Year A New Beginning A New Horizon To be crossed with Flying Titans Landing with Enlightening Enthusiasm Happy Travelling 2020 to All…
Going around under an umbrella interferes with one’s looking up at the sky.
Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.” – Henry Ford
We travel for romance, We travel for architecture, And We travel to be lost… Ray Bradbury