Sunday, June 29, 2014

Top 6 place to visit in France

There have a lot of wonderful place to visit in France. Everybody knows about this country, worlds most beautiful places, remarkable visiting places and enjoying honor museum in the world. there have below a list of visiting place best to visit in France :

1. The Eiffel Tower

This is one of the pioneer landmarks which is built and designed by a person named Gustave Eiffel. This was essentially built for French Revolution anniversary in the year 1889.The next stop on our list of famous land marks that are a must see while visiting Paris France is the Eiffel Tower. In history the tower was once ridiculed by Frances top creative artist as the worst monstrosity ever creates. Of course now it is regarded as one of Paris Frances main attractions. It is one of the world’s wonders. Inside you can pick up a number of souvenirs, dine in fine restaurants and then take an elevator to the top and have a wonderful view of Paris at night.

2. French Riviera
France has got much extended seashore. That’s why it is ideal place for many beaches. These are some of great place where you can enjoy different kind of water sports. French Riviera house is considered as one of the best beaches in the whole France. France has some of the most foreign beaches in the world, the most well-known of these destinations are nice, Canne, and St Lopez. Its beaches are so wonderful and are the most ideal place for a romantic interval on your journey. The night life all along these areas is unparalleled; whatever you imagine can happen most likely will.

3. Fontainebleau

This is a grand place to discover for those people who really loves nature. This place is a paradise to different fauna and flora. Here, Fontainebleau is considered as best National Park in France. This place has also got beautiful Fontainebleau Palace. This palace is considered as royal hunting place once in previous time.

4. Vineyards

Of course what is France without their well-known wine as well? French Vineyards produce some of the most extraordinary wine on the face of the earth. There are many wine tasting and tours that you can go on when you visit them so why not get a little buzz while enjoying it. If you go while it’s in season you can usually find wine celebrations and help squish the grapes for next seasons wine production.

5. Musse d’Orsay

While taking a walk from Louvre Museum you will to conclude reach a place called Musee d’Orsay. This is place where one can find classic modern art. This place is a house of some finest impressionists. This is another well-known land mark museum it is really situated in an old railway station. It is just another proof at how much the French love their old world art. If you are an art lover as well the French are more than ready to help you through the concepts and generality of their well-known art work.

6. Notre Dame Cathedral

 This place is a must see place of France. In the whole Europe, this is considered to be most beautiful cathedral. This place is having wonderful towers, spire and stained glass. Building of this cathedral has almost taken 100 years to finish. Notre dame was made well-known in the book by Victor Hugo. The entire story of Notre dame revolves around a humpback which we have learned to cherish and love. It is well-known for its sandstone architecture complete with wonderful relics of old Christianity along with gothic faces of gargoyles. The Notre dame Cathedral is a must see on your tour. So make sure you remember your camera when visiting this historical icon.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Natural Tour in Romania

A high percentage (47% of the land area) of the country of Romania is covered with natural and semi-natural ecosystems. Since almost half of all forests in Romania (13% of the country) have been managed for watershed conservation rather than production, Romania has one of the largest areas of undisturbed forest in Europe.The integrity of Romanian forest ecosystems is indicated by the presence of the full range of European forest fauna, including 60% and 40% of all European brown bears and wolves, respectively. There are also almost 400 unique species of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians in Romania.The fauna consists of 33,792 species of animals, 33,085 invertebrate and 707 vertebrate.

Some 3,700 plant species have been identified in the country, from which to date 23 have been declared natural monuments, 74 missing, 39 endangered, 171 vulnerable and 1,253 rare. The three major vegetation areas in Romania are the alpine zone, the forest zone and the steppe zone. The latter can be subdivided (depending on soil, climate, and altitude) into regions dominated by the Norway Spruce, European Beech, and various species of Oak, together with less widespread vegetation types such as the Dinaric calcareous block fir forest. The Danube Delta is the largest continuous marshland in Europe. Vegetation in the marshland is dominated by reeds, with Willow, Poplar, Alder, and Oak on the higher ground. The delta supports 1,688 different plant species.

There are almost 10,000 km2 (3,900 sq mi) (about 5% of the total area) of protected areas in Romania covering 13 national parks and three biosphere reserves: the Danube Delta, Retezat National Park, and Rodna National Park. The Danube Delta Reserve Biosphere is the largest and least damaged wetland complex in Europe, covering a total area of 5,800 km2 (2,200 sq mi). The significance of the biodiversity of the Danube Delta has been internationally recognised. It was declared a Biosphere Reserve in September 1990, a Ramsar site in May 1991, and over 50% of its area was placed on the World Heritage List in December 1991. Within its boundaries lies one of the most extensive reed bed systems in the world.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Top 5 Cheapest Places to Travel

One of the biggest misconceptions people have about travel is that it needs to be expensive. This false assumption is the root of the most common question people ask me. “How can you afford to travel so often — are you rich?”

Obviously taking organized tours of Europe, sailing the Galapagos or hanging out in cities like New York, Sydney and Dubai is is going to cost you a pretty penny. But did you know that there are certain cheap places to travel where you can travel on $50 per day, or even less?

Whether you’ve got money saved, plan to work abroad, or even want to become location-independent, your money will go farther in many regions of the world than it will at home. So why not find cheap places to travel?

Cox's Bazar

Cox's Bazar
Today, Cox's Bazar is one of the most-visited tourist destinations in Bangladesh. It has yet to become a major international tourist destination, and has no international hotel chains because of the lack of publicity and transportation.



With beds for £1 and lip-smacking food for less than that, Cambodia is so cheap you often feel guilty for paying so little. Where once travellers justifably feared to tread, Cambodia is now very much on the SE Asian itinerary for many a school leaver. Perhaps the country's biggest draw is Angkor Wat, one of the world's most amazing historical sites. Spiritual, sublime and yours for £3 a day…or less!


Unspoilt and undeveloped, despite its rise in popularity in the last few years, Vietnam is still super cheap, as well as being a beautiful country (although 'beautiful' might be stretching the description of thrillingly hectic capital Hanoi). You can easily get by on £5 a day, which includes a guest house, local food, transport and a bit of drinking. Just imagine the lifestyle you could have if you stretched to £10!


Budapest, the historic Hungarian capital on the Danube, is a definite must-see on anyone's European tour. While it isn't quite as cheap as before the budget airlines got there, it still has prices from its days at the heart of the Ottoman Empire. Indulge in luscious cakes, get refreshed on strong liquor and sweat it out in the famous thermal spas. With meals for £2 ($5), train tickets for £1 ($4) and rooms for £10 ($20), Budapest is a beautiful bargain.

Sri Lanka

'With gossamer-fine sands, cloud-wrapped mountains, waterfalls, tea plantations and palm trees wafting in the breeze, Sri Lanka is the picture perfect paradise'...Ok, thanks tourist brochure. We'll concentrate on feasting on fish curry, trekking in the jungle and staying in hotels on the beach for tuppence. Well, not quite two pence, but you can live right royally for under £25 (5,000 LKR) a day.