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13 Best Day Trips From Venice

Venice is a uniquely charming city, set on the canals and waterways of northern Italy. It has a well-deserved place on many people’s Europe bucket list, for its gondolas and piazzas, its world-renowned food and intricate artisanal masks. The city has plenty to keep you occupied, as even simply wandering its labyrinthine streets leads to new discoveries each day, but for...

Where to Stay in Tokyo – Neighborhoods & Area Guide

One of the most culturally enthralling cities in the world, Tokyo is the capital of Japan and is at the epicenter of the Greater Tokyo Area, the most densely populated metropolitan in the world. A visit to Tokyo can almost be described as a visit to the future – imagine one-of-a-kind architecture, a neon-lit skyline, free flowing trend-setting fashion,...

Craziest BASE Jumping Travel Destinations

Most thrill-seekers and adventure-travelers are moderately familiar with BASE jumping, the extreme sport that involves a parachuted jump from a fixed object. But did you know that BASE is an actually an acronym that stands for the four categories of objects you can jump from: building, antenna, span, and earth? Although BASE jumping was inspired by skydiving, BASE jumps are...

15 Top-Rated Day Trips from Las Vegas

The undisputed home of extravagance and entertainment, Las Vegas is the city that features on the bucket list of travellers of every variety. It may be an oasis of entertainment in the heart of the Nevada desert but away from the bright lights and bustling casinos there is a wealth of natural wonders to explore. The exhilaration of Las Vegas can...

12 Things to See and Do in Antarctica

Antarctica; a place where only 40,000 people visit each year, a landscape so strikingly beautiful it’s hard to believe it’s real, a continent so isolated it takes two days of intense crossing through the Drake Passage to reach it. This is a continent full of wildlife including whales, penguins and seals and a continent worth exploring in your lifetime....

Six of the Best Parks in London

REGENT'S PARK This "people's park" is popular among locals for its expansive grassy areas, sporting facilities, playgrounds, boating lake and London Zoo, and connects with Primrose Hill, where rambles lead to panoramic views over the capital. Visitors, though, will probably want to focus on the expansive park's striking tree-lined avenues and formal gardens, especially the flamboyant display of summer roses...

12 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Oslo

Oslo is one of the world's largest capitals in terms of area but only 20 percent of this land mass has been developed, the remainder consists of parks, protected forests, hills, and hundreds of lakes. Parks and open spaces are an integral part of Oslo's cityscape, and are easily accessible from almost anywhere in the city. The center is...

Best Tours In London

With its crooked medieval streets, layers of history, and atmospheric buildings, London is a true walking city often best explored on a guided tour. Tours are a great way to investigate out-of-the-way, hidden, historic, and secret districts; to get an insider’s eye on where locals like to eat, drink, and be merry; and to learn all the juicy and...

Where to Stay in Rome – Neighborhoods & Area Guide

The capital and the largest city in Italy, Rome or Roma is one of the most-visited cities not only in Europe but the world. Home of the Roman Empire, the Vatican City (an independent country within the boundaries of Rome), and La Dolce Vita, Rome is also sometimes referred to as the Eternal City, coined by Roman poet Tibullus in...

10 Quirk-Est Hotels Around The World!

A hotel is not just a place to stay when you travel. There are various categories of hotels from uber luxurious to opulent hotels. We at TP present the most quirky hotels you would love to stay in: 1.Capsule Hotel – Netherlands The Capsule hotel in the Netherlands proffers an exceptional stay in old oilrig survivor pods which are refurbished to...

Belize’s Top Experiences

Kayaking Glover's Reef Atoll Lying like a string of white-sand pearls, Glover’s Reef Atoll consists of half a dozen small islands surrounded by blue sea as far as the eye can see. Its unique position, atop a submerged mountain ridge on the edge of the continental shelf makes it an ideal place for sea kayaking, both between the islands and...

5 Things To Do In Denmark

Many people know it as simply Denmark, but this is actually the Kingdom of Denmark thanks to the Royal Family that has resided here for centuries and made this a sovereign state. As a result, palaces and castles feature heavily on the landscape, and if you are a history buff then there is a huge amount to enjoy. Arguably a...