The Blue Mountains have long been the source of great mysticism for both the people of Australia and visitors from around the world. Despite a European presence existing in the country long before, it would take centuries for the European settlers to learn of the passages through the mountain range now commonly toured by visitors, as it was long believed simply to be impassable. The official crossing through the Blue Mountains by the European settlers is said to have cemented the colonization of Australia and is a major event in the rich history of New South Wales.
Sail along some of Europe’s most fabled and beautiful rivers. Wake each morning to a new view outside your window, and to a new opportunity to experience one of a variety of cultures.
Unlike nearly every other Australian city, Sydney’s icons are recognisable throughout the world, and it sometimes seems a great deal of visiting tourists drop by for precisely that reason. All too often it’s a meet and greet, seeing tourists loving and leaving all within a few kilometres of the city’s CBD (Central Business District), hurriedly ticking the star attractions off their lists without ever exploring what lays beyond the surface. Venture to Sydney’s lesser-known and rarely visited corners with this guide to the hidden hotspots of the Harbour City, from inner city centres to beachside gems.
Tavira, a unique fishing town situated in the eastern Algarve region, a town steeped in quaint charm, breathtaking views and elegant architecture.
Australia is a worldwide tourist hub for many reasons. Beaches, food and laid back culture highlight the list. New South Wales is a particular hotspot for global travelers because its biggest city, Sydney, offers wide-ranging activities and sights for people from all walks of life. The southeastern state of NSW offers much more than simply walking by the Opera House and it’s important that people plan to aim for different targets before taking the plunge down under. Below I list the places you’ve got to see if you’re making the trip to Australia. The locations will be based off of proximity to Sydney, as international travelers will most likely fly into the Kingsford Smith Airport if they come from overseas.
The small island of Boracay, located off the coast of Manila. From some of the most unique scuba experiences in Southeast Asia to beachside massages that will rival spas of LA, the island of Boracay has the potential of being one of the best vacations you will ever take.
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Santiago is right in the center of country is an upcoming city with lot of attractions that never make you feel bored even for a single moment.
Fed up with sitting in traffic everyday up with sitting in traffic everyday and looking at the same uninspiring views? Driving can be a dull business when it is a necessity rather than a pleasure. Try some of these locations for the ride of your life.
Discover the treasures of Australia and New Zealand from the Sydney Opera House harbour in Australia’s capital city to the spectacular Great Barrier Reef. Wonder at the exotic wildlife unique to the Tasmanian region. Immerse yourself in the exotic Maori culture. Snorkel among vibrant corals, and enjoy the the remarkable views at the Fjordland National Park.