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 moment the sun hid below the horizon, you feel like you missed something. Something important. Something that was nice and kind to you and lighten your way.
With its ties to politics, planning and public servants and its lack of beaches, big city nightlife and soul, Canberra is often overlooked as being Sydney and Melbourne’s less exciting little sister. But dig a little deeper and Canberra may not be as boring as you think... Find out today why not.
Vermont is one of the most scenic states in the country. It is a mix of small New England communities, expansive natural areas and modern amenities. Visiting Vermont requires some planning and is best suited for travelers who want to explore more than one region of the state.
Thousands of young people head off into the far corners of the world each year. There are too many locations to list here. However, most popular are the Far East (Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia), Australia and New Zealand, and Europe. Some people decide to go all the way and travel the distance around the globe.
Below are some top Dubai landmarks and travel destinations you should consider visiting when you go to Dubai.
This story is one of the “Easter Trip from Melbourne to Coober Pedy” fun travel stories As you all know there were Easter holidays recently...
We visited Darwin (Northern Territory, Australia) at the end of September. It was nice to escape rainy cold Melbourne for 3 days and get at least sun baths - we thought :-D The first day we decided to dedicate to the city itself. You know, the standard stuff - have a look, get a feeling of it, etc.
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As the capital of Greece and the home of the ancient Olympic games, Athens is a cultural powerhouse and one of the most historically significant cities in the world. We’ve compiled a list of the things you have to see on your trip to Athens.