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301. Icons of the Scottish Highlands: Cawdor Castle
May 07, 2020

One of the most exciting and romantic ways to explore the landscape, culture and history of a European destination on an intimate scale is on a barge cruise. Scotland is one place that really benefits from getting up close and personal, not only to the landscape itself, but also to the great many historical sites and buildings that knit together the stories and battles of its rich past. Cawdor Castle, a short distance from Nairn, is a magnificent example of just how that kind of heritage has been preserved. It’s one of the sites that those who cruise Scotland (between May and September) w... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

302. Icons of the Scottish Highlands: Eilean Donan Castle
May 07, 2020

When you cruise Scotland on a relaxing hotel barge, not only will you be treated to the service, warmth and hospitality of a very unique kind of holiday, you’ll also be able to go ashore and visit some of the most iconic places in the Scottish Highlands. This magical landscape is home to a host of ancient fortresses, but perhaps none more famous than Eilean Donan castle. A visit to this wonderful attraction will be offered as a shore excursion on the itinerary of your cruise. Chances are that when you’ve encountered any advertising or media inviting you to explore (or cruise) Scotland, on... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

303. Fast Facts About the Bianco Canal in Italy
May 07, 2020

If you’re already a convert to the gentle art of river cruising, you’ll know that embarking aboard a luxury hotel barge and meandering through the tranquil waterways of Europe is one of the most fulfilling and relaxing ways to enjoy the landscape, art, history and cuisine of a huge range of destinations. If you’ve never considered this wonderful holiday option before, perhaps it’s time you did! Explore on a River Cruise in Italy Italy is a popular choice for this style of travel and it’s no secret that the country has some of the most picturesque landscapes in the world. Known in its... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

304. Follow Your Passion on an Opera Themed River Cruise in Italy
May 07, 2020

A river cruise in Italy is a magical way to immerse in the cultural and historical attractions of this wonderful country. Cruising at a laid back pace along tranquil waterways, taking in the scenery as you’re treated to the hospitality of a ‘floating hotel’ is an experience you never forget. But if you think that’s hard to top, the chance to take a river cruise in Italy that’s tailored to one of your passions offers even more temptation. There is nowhere more synonymous with opera than Italy, a country that’s produced some of the world’s greatest. If you’re an aficionado, or even just a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

305. Highlights of the Grand Canal in Venice
May 07, 2020

If you’re planning a river cruise in Italy, chances are you’ll begin and/or end in one of the most famous cities in the world: Venice. The opportunity to explore this exquisite city, which comprises more than 100 small islands set within a lagoon, is a wonderful way to start your journey through some of the country’s picturesque waterways. Highlights of the Grand Canal Criss-crossed by a network of canals that facilitate the movement of goods and people (there are no cars allowed), if Venice had a main street it would be the Grand Canal. This wide, busy waterway cuts its way through... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

306. The Most Photogenic Spots on a Cinque Terre Hike
May 07, 2020

Is there anywhere on the planet more photogenic than Italy? Ardent Italophiles would argue that there isn’t and a visit to the stunning region of the Cinque Terre offers compelling proof. For anyone who embarks on a Cinque Terre hike to visit the five villages linked by the coastal trail, it’s a case of once seen, never forgotten. But of course memories do fade, so in this day and age of smartphones and high-tech digital cameras there’s no excuse for not going home from a Cinque Terre hike with some absolutely fantastic images - whether it’s to take home a slice of Italy for friends ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

307. Visit Torre Guardiola on a Cinque Terre Hike
May 07, 2020

A Cinque Terre hike is one of the most sought after experiences for those who visit Italy. This spectacular coastal trail that links the villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore is famous throughout the world for its magnificent views and romantic ambience. The overarching experience is that of the walk itself – the act of conquering the distance between all five villages – but there are also numerous individual attractions that can be enjoyed along the way. One of these is the beautiful Botanical Gardens of Torre Guardiola, at Riomaggiore, the most sout... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

308. 3 of the Best Day Trips from Florence to Consider
May 07, 2020

When you arrive in Florence, the temptation is never to leave – but if you’re planning a visit to this beautiful part of the world, you should know there is life beyond this iconic Renaissance city that’s also well worth exploring. The city makes a fantastic base from which to explore the wider Tuscany area, and day trips from Florence are the best way to pack in as much as possible and make the very most of your holiday experience. While there’s a wealth of options when it comes to getting out to explore, the following are three of the most popular excursions – and for very goo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

309. Day Trips from Florence: Fast Facts About Siena
May 07, 2020

When you visit Florence, not only will you be privileged to be in one of the most art- and culture-fuelled cities in Europe, it can also serve as the ideal base from which to get out and explore the surrounding Tuscany region. There are plenty of day trips from Florence to choose from, but one of the most popular is to the hilltop city of Siena, which is just over an hour away by road. Here are some fast facts to prepare you for a visit. It’s UNESCO Protected The entire centre of Siena comes under the protection of UNESCO, as a World Heritage Site. Designated in 1995, the c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

310. Take your Tastebuds on Holiday on Day Trips from Florence
May 07, 2020

You could spend a month in Tuscany and probably still not get to experience everything you want to, but then again, that’s just a wonderful excuse to come back again. And again. The art, the history, the culture – there’s an almost overwhelming array of all three to keep you busy. But of course there’s another thing Italy is famous for, and that’s its mouth-watering cuisine. Again, there’s quite a lot to discover, but there are also some highly enjoyable ways in which to do it! Day Trips from Florence to Experience the Fabulous Cuisine If you’re staying in Florence, as well as s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

311. Best Montego Bay Airport Taxi Rates
May 05, 2020

Vacation are special and transportation service during a vacation is very important. Selecting your best airport taxi service which is affordable as well is super important. If you will be traveling to Jamaica in the near future and arriving at the Montego Bay Airport, you have found the best website for super low airport taxi rates. Best Jamaica the number one transportation service on the island offers top quality private taxi service at super low rates. Jamaica has three International Airports and the Sangster International airport in Montego Bay is the busiest of them all. As you... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

312. Luminous Lagoon Tour
May 03, 2020

While in Jamaica, visiting the Luminous Lagoon is a given. Best Jamaica the number one transportation service in Jamaica offers low cost, top quality private tours to the Luminous Lagoon located in the historic township of Falmouth. The Luminous Lagoon or Glistening Waters has it is also called is a body of water with living microorganism called dinoflagellates. At night, the lagoon sparkles and glistens when disturbed, as these microscopic organisms produce an uncanny radiance. It is said that there are only three known places like this in the world and the one in Jamaica is the largest... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

313. A Brief Potted History of Florence's Duomo
April 23, 2020

Italy is a country unlike any other in Europe, and there are few regions as venerated in tourist circles as Tuscany. The Tuscan area has some of the finest scenery, culture and cuisine anywhere in the country, and like much of Italy, it also boasts some spectacular churches. The Duomo Santa Maria del Fiore is perhaps the most beautiful and celebrated anywhere in Florence and Tuscany. Tours of the building take in the architecture and the fantastic history of the church and allow visitors to see just why it is one of the top attractions anywhere in the region. Coming armed with a bit of histori... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

314. Discover the Secrets of Siena's Underground Bottini
April 23, 2020

On any visit to Tuscany the only difficulty you can expect to encounter is in deciding just how to spend your time. The renowned region of Italy is famous for its varied and eclectic towns and villages, each with their own charm and their own exciting attractions. Most visitors base themselves in Florence, and this is definitely a good place to start, but Siena offers a number of fantastic things to see and do too, not least its mysterious underground ‘Bottini’. A trip around these ancient aqueducts makes Siena one of the best day trips from Florence for any group who are looking for something... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

315. Two Lesser Known Attractions of San Gimignano
April 23, 2020

With so many wonderful places in Tuscany, choosing the best day trips from Florence can be difficult. Thankfully, the charming and unique San Gimignano is an obvious place to start. There are few towns or villages as enticing as this jewel of Italy, especially if wandering among the historic streets and enjoying world class attractions is what you like to do with your day trips. From Florence the town can be reached quickly and easily, and it’s a top spot to undertake a guided tour so that you can get the most out of the visit. It’s also home to some pretty unusual tourist attractions, with th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

316. Discover 5 of Florence's Most Beautiful Churches
April 23, 2020

If there is one thing you can expect to see on Florence and Tuscany tours it is churches! There are a number of incredible cathedrals and churches in the region that are famous the world over, and many more that are not so well known but equally worth seeing. There are a host of hidden and less visited religious sites that are all unique and interesting in very different ways, and some of them are the real hidden gems of Florence and Tuscany. Tours of the city are a great way to get to know some of the lesser and more well known churches and they provide a fantastic insight into the history of... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

317. 3 Fabulous Towns to Visit on Day Trips to Florence
April 23, 2020

Tuscany is one of the jewels of Italy, if not the whole of Europe, and this is reflected in the fact that visitors flock back year after year to see the stunning landscapes, charming villages, and vibrant cities and to taste the wonderful food and exquisite wine. Whether it's artwork or nature trails you’re after, Tuscany has it all. Most visitors base themselves in Florence, the largest and one of the most exciting places in the region, but with day trips from Florence being easy to arrange and a joy to undertake, visitors can see a whole lot more than just one famous city! These three towns ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

318. Trekking Tour Of Nepal
April 19, 2020

Everest that comes in the Sagarmatha Region of Nepal. The Everest Base Camp trek is the best option for the one looking to explore the Sherpa villages and to enjoy the spectacular views of the world's greatest mountains. The experience of walking around the trail by legendary mountaineers as you pass through amazing Everest High Passes, roaring Dudhkoshi River, famous Namche bazaar, serene valley and several Buddhist monasteries on the road accompanied by the lovely Himalayan. Talking about the Everest base camp difficulty, it is not very difficult but requires a great deal of patience, deter... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

319. Rolwaling Trek | Trekking In Nepal
April 16, 2020

Whether you are looking for a wilderness experience or a classic trek, Nepal has everything to offer. Regardless of where you move, you may encounter a great diversity of geography, climate, and ethnicity. The folks are friendly and welcoming, and the great highlight of trekking in this country is the interactions you'll have with the local men and women in the cities and their beautifully varied cultures, practices, and customs. Are you an adventure lover who wants to experience a thrilling trekking route? If yes, the Rolwaling trek is the ultimate destination for trekking in Nepal. Rolwaling... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

320. MBJ Shuttle and Taxi Service
April 15, 2020

Montego Bay Airport Taxi Rates varies from company to company and for most part price correlates to the level of service offered. At Best Jamaica Airport Transfers and Tours our airport taxi rates are not in relations with our level of service. On the contrary, we offered top quality airport taxi service at super low rates. This is a deliberate action from Best Jamaica because as we see ourselves as the Guardian of your Satisfaction. Best Jamaica the number one transportation service in Jamaica has been in existence since 2013. Ever since then, we are thoughtful in our service delivery... (read more)

Author: Stevert Mckenzie

321. Fabulous Facts to Take with you on a Scottish Cruise
April 14, 2020

From wonderful scenery to a rich and intricate history, there are many reasons to visit Scotland. If taking it easy and travelling in style is on your agenda, there is no better way to discover this unique and beautiful country than on a Scottish cruise. As the enchanting scenery passes you by, you can sit back, relax and indulge in all that makes a Scottish cruise the luxury holiday choice that it is. When you first think of a barge holiday, you may not immediately think of this northern UK destination as such an enticing one, but delve a little deeper and Scotland’s appeal reveals ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

322. Unearth Five Top Distilleries on a Scottish Cruise from Inverness
April 14, 2020

If you choose a Scottish cruise for your holiday, there’s a good chance you’re a fan of whisky. No journey in Scotland takes you far from a distillery and the good news is one of the most popular cruising routes starts in Inverness, a place within easy reach of the distinctive whisky region of the Highlands. The tipple produced here is usually full-bodied with smokey notes that complement fruit cake flavours and a dried fruit finish. On your Scottish cruise, you’re bound to have the chance to visit a distillery or two. Here are some of the best ones, close to Inverness, to look out f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

323. A Scottish Cruise: The Highlights of Fort William
April 14, 2020

Fort William, well known as the UK’s ‘outdoor capital’, is a wonderful place to visit on a Scottish cruise. With towering Ben Nevis on its doorstep, it is little wonder that Fort William is famous for its mountain climbing, bike paths, hiking trails and snow and water sports. When you choose a Scottish cruise as your holiday, apart from the odd gentle stroll, outdoor adventure probably doesn’t feature on your agenda but that’s no problem, as this beautiful part of Scotland has a more sedate side to it, too. From short walks to visit castles, to hikes to fabulous viewpoints and fun fi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

324. Ways to Enjoy a Visit to the Cinque Terre
April 14, 2020

If you’re planning a holiday to visit Florence, the Cradle of the Renaissance, you’ll be privileged to be able to discover one of the most culturally rich cities in Europe. But beyond the magnificent galleries, museums and architecture of this stunning city, its location puts you in the perfect place to explore further afield, in Tuscany and beyond. One very popular day trip is to go from a base in Florence to Cinque Terre, the collection of five beautiful villages strung along the coastline in the region of Liguria. Getting from Florence to Cinque Terre takes around 2.5 hours and th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

325. The Cinque Terre: A Village for Every Mood
April 14, 2020

Italy’s Cinque Terre is renowned as one of the most beautiful places in Europe, and even the world. The five villages, connected by the same precarious location clinging to the rugged and beautiful coastline, are equally charming in their own way and everyone who visits probably secretly has their favourite For those considering a day trip from Florence to Cinque Terre, there’s actually no need to do any research to choose a favourite, but if you’ve never been to this gorgeous area you might want to know what joy you’re in for… Five Villages, Five Moods If you’re holidaying... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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