If you like to travel, you may have heard the name Baguio. Baguio is a city in the Philippines. It is famous by two other names – the “Summer Capital of the Philippines” and the “City of Pines.” The city is known for its chilly atmosphere and abundance of pine trees. If you want some relief from the scorching tropical heat, you should check out Baguio. It is a perfect tourist spot for people like you. Now, you might think about which places you should visit during your Baguio trip. Well, don’t worry. In this article, we will give you a Baguio tourist spot list. Continue Reading
Wales is one of the most picturesque component countries of mainland Britain. There are uncountable reasons for a traveler to want to come to Wales. Surreal castles, cozy lanes, all make Wales a must-visit place for all the fellow travelers.
At present, travel is a bit restricted due to the pandemic situation. However, with passing time, things are returning to normalcy. The travel restriction is still existing. After the vaccine is in place, it is expected to ease up. But travelers need to plan their trip beforehand. Wales has been one of the most popular destinations.
Wales has more than 400 castles to explore. Innumerable castles and gardens all around, heritage trains and the culture and people of Wales make the country so beautiful. There are many places to visit in Wales. Here is a complete guide to what to do in Wales. Continue Reading
If you are visiting Manhattan, here are the top things to do in Manhattan and everything else you need to know about New York City.
New York is there on the travel bucket list for everyone who is a city lover. It is called the city of dreams. Quite rightly named, New York is one of the most welcoming cities on earth. Manhattan is the most popular area in the city. There are many things to explore and many things to do in Manhattan. But before getting into that, let us find out how the city of dreams works for travelers.
Manhattan has something in store for everyone. Travelers from diverse cultures come here to explore. Researches have suggested that most of the travelers had to come back just for the sake of the beautiful city and its people. If you are traveling to New York, explore Manhattan to the fullest. You will have an experience of a lifetime. However, that will not be enough. You will feel the urge to come back again and again. Continue Reading
If you only have a limited time to spend in Lloret de Mar and want to see the best of this part of Catalonia, you may be looking for helpful planning tips to get the most out of your visit. There is a lot to see and do in the area, and although Lloret de Mar is best known for its glorious beaches, there is a lot more to this destination than sea and sand.
Lloret de Mar is in the Costa Brava, a beautiful and rugged region of Spain that boasts stunning landscapes and areas that are, as yet, relatively undeveloped. Although you could just relax on a sun lounger throughout your break, it would be a shame not to get out and see some of the other amazing sights. Here we look at some of the best activities to plan into your holiday schedule will you wait for one of our holiday transfers!
Firstly, to get the best value out of your stay, you should invest in the Lloret Card which includes entry to various attractions in the price.
Although Lloret de Mar saw its first emergence into the tourist market during the 1960s foreign holiday boom, it has a much more exciting early history than hotel blocks and sunburned holidaymakers. The Museu del Mar in its beautiful old seafront building is a wonderful place to begin exploring the past of this resort. Learn about the shipbuilding trade that existed here, and the wealth generated in the town by Los Americanos who made their money in the Americas before returning home. The museum offers free entry with the Lloret Card.
After your discoveries in the museum, head to the historic town centre where you will find impressive architecture, such as the 16th century church of Sant Roma and the neo-classical town hall. Take a detour via the Cemetery of Lloret de Mar and see the unusual Catalan Modernist memorial styles.
You should also make sure to wander along the promenade where you can admire the sculpture “The Dona Marinera” and panoramic views of the 1930s folly, the d’en Plaja castle, which makes a wonderful photographic opportunity.
Another attraction included in the price of your card that you should plan into your stay is a trip to the Santa Clotilde Gardens, just a 20 minute walk from from the end of the cliff path. An oasis of tranquility far away from the tourist crowd, these beautiful gardens boast statues, terraces and stunning sea views.
Should you wish to explore other gardens in the area, there is a combination ticket available, which includes entry fees and tourist train, boat and bus transport.
In the evening, why not enjoy some authentic Spanish food and drink? The tourist information office offers a trail of local tapas places and daiquiri bars so you can taste the real Spain and sample daiquiris in the cocktail’s place of origin. Bar Hula Hula is the top place to try one of these famous drinks as they are prepared by one of Lloret de Mar’s most renowned cocktail-makers.
Article contributed by Garima Mehta