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Britain is close to the Brexit which is likely to be a no-deal ending. It has become a great concern for the people of the region, especially the people concerned about business, jobs and holidays. This is the main concern of the Brits planning to travel around the EU. They have questions about the travel conditions, things they will need while traveling, what would be the limitations, etc.

Recently I was on a multi-center holiday in Morocco, where I met with a lot of British travelers concerned about traveling after the Brexit. Some of them were optimistic and thinking that all will be settled down soon after the Brexit. The others were finding ways to help each other with the situation. Here are things which will be affected by the Brexit:

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Brexit for some people is for the good of the United Kingdom, while for some it will lead the country towards bad situations. Our concern here is to know how Brexit will affect the things already running.

1. Air, Train Prices Will Go Up


This has a reason. Although the air and train traffic will remain functional even after the Brexit, the fairs will be raised by the time. If you are traveling via air or train, you will be charged slightly higher because currency literally matters. I reserved a package with the travel company through which I have traveled and am literally concerned about when the traveling fares will rise.

Traveling will become more difficult this way. With time, maybe it will adjust but just after the Brexit, it will definitely affect the travelers.

2. Concern About Nationality Question


You should be because it is a valid question. If you are from the European Union region and living freely in London, you will need a passport. People from other nationalities will have no effect because they must already have the resident permit of the UK. But the Europeans will need to solve the question of dual nationalities.

If they want to live in London, or anywhere in the UK, they will inform the embassy and will start with the new documentation from Zero. The same case is for the citizens of the UK. If they are living anywhere in Europe will be needed to contact the embassy and start the process of documentation. For travelers, there would not be such restrictions but they will also need some more documents to contact the Home Ministry or Embassy.

3. Blue Passports Coming Back


Once there were the blue colored passports for the citizens of the UK to travel across the world, but after that, when London decided to be part of the EU, passports turned to maroon. Now you will see the change in the color of the passports as your new passport cover will be of blue color.

4. European Union Medical Insurance Card


If you are British and traveling to any of the countries under European Union, you will need to recheck if you are okay with your EU medical insurance card? Because there is a policy that your EU medical card will not be valid after the Brexit. You will have to solve this issue to contact your travel company before leaving for the holidays.

As you will have to take the other card, it will cost you. Better is that you book the travel package which is inclusive of all insurances and services. It will benefit you and your company will be liable to provide you every facility and avoid any difficulties and hurdles. You should take care of yourself and family and confirm your medical and travel insurances in advance.

5. Travelers British Driving Licenses Will Not Remain Valid


If you were relying on the UK's driving license in the states of European union, you were lucky. But now you will have to get the international driving license to drive in the EU states. For this, you will have to pass through a process and have to contact the relevant department regarding driving. Take care of the right things done in documentation. You will need the right document in the right place.

6. Pets Will Need Extra Documents to Move With You


If you are getting somewhere and want to accompany your pets, this is what you normally do. But this time, after Brexit, situation will not be the same. You have to take the permission, for which you have to be in contact with the vet at least some 3 to 4 months before to tell him your goals. The vet will guide you the right way.

Brexit is likely to be coming on the end date of this month but the travelers are scared, confused about many things they are concerned with. The fares hike should be taken into account and should be resolved. People are confused about the new developments and the documents required for traveling. The governments should ease the confusion as early as possible.
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  • Thursday, October 31, 2019
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Have you ever planned a long campervan road trip with your friends or family in Australia? If you have, then you might know why Australians prefer campervans. However, if you haven't done that until now, you won't have any idea of how a campervan road trip is different from a regular road trip. But don't worry, in this post, we are planning to throw light on that.

Whatever doubts you have about campervans will be cleared up. But for that, you will have to go through this post until the last word.



Here are the reasons why campervans are ideal for road trips in Australia.

1. You Get Amazing Facilities


Believe it or not, but campervans provide incredible amenities to holiday makers. From comfortable berths and washing facilities to kitchen tools and sufficient space for loading luggage, campervans are perfect for road trips. If you plan a road trip, you can't rely on your regular car. It's not only about you not getting the necessary facilities, but the fact is those cars are not suitable for long road trips.

If you travel by them on dangerous roads, they might stop performing effectively. Whether you talk about the engine power or the capacity of the tyres, campervans are far ahead when compared to the vehicles you use for daily purposes.

2. You Can Relax In Your Vehicle


People who opt for road trips, often drive continuously for hours, which makes them tired as well. However, since a campervan comes with comfortable sleeping berths, you can pull over it to relax every time you feel exhausted. No matter how long or short a trip you are planning, a campervan is always an ideal option for you.

3. You Can Scale Down the Cost


As we have already discussed that campervans have comfortable berths for sleeping, you can cut your accommodation cost in a big way. Yes, you got that right, you don't have to spend an extensive amount of money on booking your accommodation in expensive hotels. Why do that, when you can use your vehicle for the same.

4. You Can Stay Healthy


Most people fall sick during their road trips because they rely heavily on outside food. However, when you travel by campervan, you can avoid all that. You can use the cooking facilities that you get to cook mouthwatering and healthy meals. It is not only an effective way of staying healthy but also helps in saving money considerably.

Also, when you are on a road trip, you might not always reach a destination on time where you can get good restaurants. What will you do then if you feel hungry? Well, if you have no option, you will have to wait for the restaurant to arrive. But when you travel by campervan in Australia, you can cook your food immediately as you start feeling hungry. You don't have to wait for the arrival of anything.

So if you are on a tight budget, make sure that you prepare yourself to cook your food during your road trip. Learn quick recipes that do not demand too much time.

5. You Can Reach Remote Places


In case you are planning to explore Outback destinations for which you have to take dangerous roads, 4WD campervans are best for that. You will hardly confront any issue, no matter how difficult the route is.

Interesting Reads: Offbeat Destinations In Australia

6. You Get Flexibility


One of the most crucial reasons for people preferring campervans over other vehicles for road trips is, they experience colossal flexibility. As a traveller, you not only get the freedom to drive wherever you want but also get the luxury to pull over your vehicle for relaxing. Isn't that awesome? Of course, it is.

7. Unparalleled Privacy


When you opt for a campervan road trip, you enjoy unparalleled freedom as well as privacy. One of the most vital parts of saying yes to a campervan road trip is that you don't have to share your journey with strangers. And when nothing like that happens, you can be yourself all the time.

You don't have to be quiet all the time or restrict yourself from performing crazy activities. You can have all the fun with your loved ones. In short, the kind of privacy that you get during a campervan road trip helps you enjoy every bit of it.

To summarise, no matter whether you are planning to explore Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia or Victoria, stick to a campervan road trip. It is the best way to explore any destination in Australia. And the best part is that it's not even expensive. If you travel by flight and stay in luxury hotels, you will have to save a lot for your holidays.

You can't think about enjoying sophistication on a tight budget. So if you don't want to burn a hole in your pocket, but still want to explore beautiful places, stick to a campervan road trip.

Interesting Reads: Instagram Worthy Places In Australia
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  • Wednesday, October 30, 2019
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Mexico is a country that will surprise you. In every way possible. There will be so many things to see, visit and explore. However, if you aren't planning on spending a large amount of time in it, you will have to pick your destination. The coasts of Jalisco, Nayarit and Colima are dotted with tourist destinations that offer endless activities and beautiful hotels for all budgets.

Riviera Maya from the south of Cancun to the Sian Ka'an biosphere reserve, is the most important tourist destination in Mexico and a favorite of travelers when it comes to travel to Caribbean. Here we will give you the best tips to travel to the Riviera Maya on a budget and best places to visit in Mexico.

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Here are some of the most popular travel destinations in Mexico:

1. Cancun


The best time to visit Cancun is during its peak season – from December to April. Traveling to Cancun somewhere between December and April will allow you to experience its near-perfect weather. And at an affordable rate, since the flight and accommodation rates are cheaper during the winter.

In Cancun you can also camp in the Isla Blanca area. You cannot miss a traditional and economic dish from the Yucatan Peninsula, which is the cochinita pibil. It is very common to see places of cakes and cochinita tacos, both in Cancun and Playa del Carmen. Seeing the beaches of Cancun and the Riviera Maya has a very great disadvantage.

You will not be dazzled by any other beach in the world. In Cancun, hotels are located in the center of the city. Among things to do in Cancun, Riviera Maya Jazz Festival is held every year at the Mamita's Beach Club in Playa del Carmen.

2. Mexico City


Mexico City is one of the largest cities in the world. It is famous for its renewed art scene and, as many people say - the best cuisine in the world. This crowded city is popular all around the globe and promises its visitors an unforgettable stay. Once again – at an affordable rate.

Santa María Cuautepec colony, in the municipality of Tultitlan is a few hours north of the federal district of Mexico, and they say that it has the largest statue of Santa Muerte in the world.

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3. Tulum


Once a Mexico’s secluded getaway, Tulum became a coveted vacation spot for luxury travelers. This tucked-away jewel has some of the best-preserved Mayan ruins and other wonders that will make you feel like going back in time. If you are looking for an affordable way to spend your vacation in Tulum, we advise you to plan your trip for the next spring since it is the season when the rates go down.

Sac Actun River has eleven cenotes, natural cavities of crystalline water in the calcareous soil, considered as the entrance doors to the underworld by the Mayans. One of the best is the Ecological Xel-Ha Park. Very close to the park, specifically in the Akumal Bay, we can practice underwater fishing with a bottle, surrounded by lobsters, corals and balloon fish.

In some beaches of Tulum you can also find ecological cabins at a good price, there are even areas for camping.

4. Playa del Carmen


The best time to visit Playa del Carmen is between April and May. Make sure to check out its renowned beaches. Another thing you should do if you decide to spend your vacation in Playa del Carmen – explore the nearby Cozumel and the Caribbean Sea.

Nohoch Mul pyramid built in honor of the descending god Ah Muu Zen Caab is the highest in the entire Yucatan Peninsula. The ruins of Coba surround it. The Ecological Xcaret Park has in its interior a great variety of fauna of the area distributed in different spaces where jaguars, spider monkeys or manatees, among other species, campan at ease.

But the main attraction offered by this park is the possibility of diving among sharks. In Playa del Carmen, the most expensive hotels are those that are next to the beach. Among things to do in Playa del Carmen, 20 kilometers from Playa del Carmen is the one known by the ancient Mayans as Las Golondrinas, an ideal place for diving due to its unique coral reef.

Recognized until very recently as the spiciest chilli in the world, the red pepper variety Savinas Roja is a challenge for diners. But the cuisine of the Riviera Maya offers much more.

Mexican cuisine is famous throughout the world and that of this area, specifically, offers specialties such as tikinxic (barbecued fish), the pan de cazón (cazuela de fish) or the curried shrimp. As for drinks, the most typical cocktail here is the cocoloco, an explosive mixture of five different liquors served in a coconut.

5. Valladolid


To get to the Cozumel Island we can take the ferry that leaves every hour from Playa del Carmen. In the center of Cancun, in Playa del Carmen and Tulum there are many hostel options. Two hours from Cancun, in the State of Yucatan, is Valladolid. There is also a tequila tour and another Chocolate tour.

In the middle of the city of Valladolid there is a beautiful open-air Cenote Zaci. The Xkekén is one of the most famous cenotes in the world since it has been photographed by National Geographic. But on the other hand the Cenote Samulá that is 100 meters away from the Xkekén also has its own. To see both cenotes you have to descend stairs, you have to be careful not to slip, because they are always wet and there are rocks around.

If you want to swim you can take your swimsuit and in the craft markets that are next to these cenotes you can rent the life vests if you want to use them although it is not mandatory. The food is simple, not for demanding, but if you want to taste typical Yucatan food here you can do it, for example, some motuleños eggs, cochinita pibil, papadzules, salbutes, lime soup.

6. Mérida


Mérida in Mexico is a city with its own identity very different from other places in the country. A cross between the Mayan culture and the Spanish culture, the capital of Yucatan is known for having the second largest historical center in Mexico. Walk or rent a buggy to tour the historic center and the Paseo de Montejo, noticing the architectural contrast of its buildings or to the Mayan ruins in Yucatan peninsula.

Try the delicious dishes that have made Yucatan cuisine so famous.

7. Chichen Itza


Chichén Itzá and Ek Balam, are about 30 minutes from Valladolid and are the best places to go in Mexico. In Chichen Itza we can discover the great knowledge that this culture had of the stars, highlighting the ball game and the observatory, among others, without forgetting the Kukulkan pyramid, where each equinox can see the serpent ascending its steps.

8. Guadalajara


Besides being one of the closest beaches to Guadalajara, Manzanillo is also the most convenient option in many other ways. Manzanillo has dozens of beaches suitable for bathers. The most traditional are Olas Altas, Miramar, Santiago and La Audiencia. San Patricio - Melaque is a paradisaical destination with calm waters, natural environments and a typical Mexican fishing village.

The town of San Patricio - Melaque, is located in the extreme coastal south of the state of Jalisco. It is 4 km northwest of Barra de Navidad, on the Costa Alegre, within the Christmas Bay in the municipality of Cihuatlán. Here it forms the trinomial of conurbated towns of San Patricio, Melaque and Villa Obregón, and is better known as San Patricio Melaque.

This quiet and traditional town, in its center has the small church with its spiky tower, the typical square with its kiosk, the clock tower and the fountain of the dolphins, all shaded by palms and ornamental trees. In the surrounding streets you can find most of the craft shops, beachwear and products for tourist use.

The main beach called Melaque has soft, golden sand, and it is bathed in gentle waves. The coast is adorned with umbrellas and coconut trees, and small rocky cliffs line the ends. Towards the continent it looks high mountains of brown tones during the dry season and green in the rains. In front of the beach, restaurants abound, where you can enjoy fresh fish and seafood.

9. Palenque


Chiapas is one of the most exciting states while travelling in Mexico that offers its visitors the warm treatment of its people. The magic of its places and an extensive culture are aspects that can easily be appreciated in each city or town that make it up. Discover its majesty by exploring its archaeological sites and let yourself be conquered by its natural beauty.

During the last decades, Chiapas has presented an intense development due to its tourist and commercial activities, having a primary role sites like Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Tapachula, Palenque and Comitán. You can enjoy quietly while planning a vacation with your family, or, practice sports extremes, hiking, rappelling and rafting, among others.

Thanks to the enormous projection and investment derived from its versatility, Chiapas is the venue for events such as the Tapachula Mesoamerican International Fair and the Sumidero Canyon Marathon. In addition, it has first class spaces for the realization of congresses, including the Convention Center and Polyforum, which makes this destination a wide range of options for the traveler to travel Mexico.

10. Tijuana


Tijuana is a city located northwest of Mexico, on the border with the United States. It is the most diverse city after Mexico City, making it an important cultural center of the country. In addition, it is the headquarters of hundreds of maquiladoras of international companies.

Tijuana is an important tourist city and the most well-known attractions are the Tijuana Cultural Center, the Municipal Institute of Art and Culture, the House of the 9th, the Place of the Nopal, among others. Also, visit the Playas de Tijuana and La Mesa delegations to enjoy nature.

The Tijuana International Airport is located about 10 minutes from the city center. Its surroundings have various service centers such as hotels, restaurants and land transport terminals to different destinations in Mexico. Tijuana is a destination to visit throughout the year, although in summer temperatures can rise considerably.

Take advantage of the Tijuana Interzona and Mexican festivals like Expoterquila Festival in October, the Northwest Literature Festival and All My Friends Music Festival in November.

11. Teotihuacan


Visit the Teotihuacan pyramids, known as the City of the Gods, with a specialized guide. Being early in the morning you can avoid the crowds of tourists and the long queues, which will allow you to enjoy the squares, the murals and the majestic atmosphere in the morning's tranquility. You can visit the famous monuments, such as the Mexican Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon.

You can also make a stop at an obsidian factory, where you can taste a wide variety of liquors. Mexico remembers its dead in style in one of the most unique and representative festivals of its popular culture. Skulls, flowers, and a lot of color stain every corner of the country in a mixture of Aztec traditions to celebrate the Day of the Dead, from October 31 to November 2.

In the Mayan culture, the skulls embody rebirth and, far from generating fear, have positive connotations. In states like Guanajuato, Morelos and Mexico at this time sugar skulls are sold everywhere like alfeñique sweets, a kind of candy based on cane sugar, and filled with chocolate.

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12. Cabo San Lucas


Cabo San Lucas is a popular holiday destination at the tip of the Baja peninsula, with luxury resorts, trendy restaurants and miles of beaches. Cabo San Lucas is the southernmost city of the peninsula of Baja California and is one of the places with the best beaches in Mexico. It has excellent boutique hotels and world-class restaurants, but the most beautiful is its collection of lush beaches.

To travel by car to Cabo San Lucas, the ideal is to take the Transpeninsular highway that goes from Tijuana directly to Los Cabos. If you do not have a car, you can take a bus in Tijuana that will take you directly to your destination. Los Cabos International Airport is one of the busiest in Mexico. This air terminal connects with many domestic and international flights from Mexico City, Guadalajara, Tijuana, Toluca, Monterrey, Culiacan.

To enjoy a complete maritime experience, you must board a ferry that travels across the Sea of ​​Cortez from the ports of Topolobampo or Mazatlan, in Sinaloa, to the port of La Paz. From there you can travel by bus to Los Cabos. Although it seems strange, the summer in Cabo San Lucas is not as crowded.

Among things to do in Cabo San Lucas, it is ideal to go with family, make sandcastles and play volleyball. There are beach umbrellas available for rent and cold beers throughout the day. It is the favorite place for surfers because the big waves abound and the currents are unpredictable. This is NOT an ideal beach for swimming because you could suffer an abrupt fall, and also for tropical storms that originate in the south.

Playa del Amor has a stretch of beautiful sand and some impressive rock formations. The beach offers an impressive view, with its turquoise waters dotted by these peculiar rocky structures. The beach faces the Sea of ​​Cortez, famous for being the aquarium of the world, by the French explorer Jacques Cousteau. The area surrounding the beach is brimming with marine life and is popular with divers.

On the contrary, Playa del Divorcio is extremely dangerous for swimmers. However, it is highly recommended for its sunsets, which are truly spectacular. This stretch of clean white sand is located on the Pacific coast, a few steps from Playa del Amor. Divorce Beach or Playa del Divorcio is ideal for sunbathing and relaxing, but is often dangerous for swimming. There are strong currents and waves breaking.

Playa Solmar is known for its majestic golden stretch of sand. It has strong and unpredictable currents which means that swimming is not always an option. Undoubtedly, the most famous beach in Cabo and the safest to swim is Playa Medano. It is characterized by calm, transparent waters and impressive views. The beach has designated bathing areas and a wide selection of hotels, bars and restaurants.

The beautiful Médano beach is an excellent beach in Mexico that looks towards the rock formations of Land's End and the famous Arco. The gentle waves make this beach perfect for water sports. You can also rent equipment to enjoy kayaking and jet skis. The Sea of ​​Cortez has incredible species that you can see when you dive or snorkel . There are excellent places that are accessible to dive like El Chileno Bay.

Among things to do in Cabo, popular activities include surfing, kayaking, sport fishing, whale and sea ​​lion sightings. In addition, you can have a fun adventure in Canopy so that you can enjoy, from the heights, the beautiful flora and fauna of the region. In addition, it is there where the best bars are concentrated, therefore, the best nightlife in Cabo San Lucas.

You will also find restaurants with international food and typical Mexican food.

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13. San José del Cabo


In addition to Cabo San Lucas, there are also Los Cabos (San José del Cabo). The main tourist places of San José del Cabo are Plaza Mijares, the Town Hall, the House of Culture, Mission Church, Puerto Los Cabos, the San José Estuary and the Art District. Also known as the Aquarium of the World, the Cabo Pulmo National Park is located 2 hours from Los Cabos and is one of only three living coral reefs that are North America.

Los Cabos is one of the main tourist destinations enjoyed by golf lovers. In addition, many of them were designed by important characters in the sport such as Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman.

Interesting Reads: Best Wine Destinations in Mexico

Don’t know where to start? You can visit websites such as easymovekw.com and explore their blog. It’s rather easy to find many useful tips and tricks for packing, and perhaps even some suggestions on how to move to Mexico hassle-free if you happen to enjoy it during your trip!
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  • Tuesday, October 29, 2019
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One of the biggest components of an enjoyable holiday is the food. The chance to explore different cuisines, discover local delights and perhaps even shop for local produce that you can take back home, are some of the reasons why some holiday destinations are more popular than others. It is no different in the famous New Jersey Shore in USA. A holiday here can see you enjoying things such as:

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1. Great Jersey Shore beaches


  • Fabulous amusement parks and boardwalks
  • Historic sites and attractions of different kinds
  • Some of the best possible food in New Jersey
  • Planning a holiday in New Jersey Shore

The best possible way to enjoy your holiday in The Jersey Shore, as it is known, is by looking for the best vacation rentals by owner. You are bound to get a really good deal if you start planning early and compare different locations and different types of accommodations as well.

Once you have booked your Jersey Shore vacation rentals, you can get down to enjoying the various sites and attractions of this location. You can also enjoy the various kinds of cuisines and food that is available here.

2. Variety of Food


If there is one thing that distinguishes the cuisine of New Jersey Shore from most other tourist destinations, it is the sheer variety of every possible dish and cuisine. For instance, some things that you can get to eat when you are holidaying here are:

  • Cuisines of almost every major country and region across the world
  • Vegetarian and vegan as you desire
  • Dishes made of meats of different kinds
  • Traditional American cuisine
  • The food at different prices and budgets from the extremely expensive to the economical

There are also some traditional dishes that have been made famous because of their association with the New Jersey Shore. So do make time to try out everything.

3. Traditional dishes


Most people associate pizza of different kinds with New Jersey Shore cuisine. Probably the biggest advantage of this “dish” is the fact that you can order it even when you stay in the various Shore vacation rentals.

Do take the time to try out salt water taffy which is said to have originated from Atlantic City. There is also the pork roll which is a traditional breakfast of the Jersey Shore. There are plenty of stores and restaurants that serve amazing food and food items which you can pick up and take back your vacation rental.

4. Jersey Shore Boardwalk food


If there is one thing that is associated with Shore vacation rentals, then it is the access to boardwalk food. Considering the fact that the New Jersey Shore is lined with plenty of boardwalks and amusement parks, you are likely to get foods such as sandwiches of various kinds, ice cream of various kinds, something known as funnel cakes and even crab cakes and other seafood dishes.

5. Why you should choose vacation rentals?


An ideal vacation rental can offer a better experience than hotels in Jersey Shore or other accommodation. If you book a hotel you will get limited space but if you book vacation rentals, you will get lots of space that can give you a real vacation experience. Below we have shared some important points why you should choose vacation rentals:

  • Vacation rentals also save your money, and most of the vacation rentals are kids friendly
  • Most of the vacation rentals are pet-friendly too. So you can travel and stay with your pets during vacation
  • Ideal vacation rentals provide you lots of amenities, such as private pool, lawn, car parking, BnB and more
  • Many vacation rentals provide free Wi-Fi facilities
  • If you book a hotel room, you are not able to cook your own food, but if you book a vacation rental you will get these facilities
  • You can save money! Yes, it is possible to book a budget vacation rental.

One of the easiest things that you can do if you are a total foodie and want to try everything when you stay in Jersey Shore vacation rentals, is to ask locals for their suggestions. For instance, you may never hear of something known as Uptake but this is a cake with a difference found in Ocean City and known best to the locals there.
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  • Monday, October 28, 2019
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Make your trip to Shimla more memorable by doing adventurous things. Even machines want some rest so why don't humans? Naturally, you cannot bear continuous work pressure and daily work routine for long. To make itself energetic and stress-free man need some environmental changes.

And when it comes to a calm and beautiful places, the first name appears in mind is Shimla in India. No need to be worried if you are travelling for the first time in India or you are a regular traveller, you will simply love it. Peak time to visit Shimla and Manali is winter, so you should pack some warm clothes and jackets along with yourself.

On the off chance, if you are thinking about the weight of your luggage, there isn't any need to take stress as there are many cargo companies nowadays offering their premium services of sending excess luggage to India. Seems like your problem is solved, kudos. Though there are lots of historical and amazing cities in India, undoubtedly, Shimla is top of them.

Its breathtaking views, sunsets and dawns are second to none. There are so many adventures things you can do here if you don't want to sit and enjoy the fresh air.

Things to do in Shimla

Shimla has so many things to entertain its visitors. Following are few of them:

1. Trekking in Shimla


Shimla is spread over a huge territory in various mountain ranges of the Himalayas along with some astounding treks. The best piece of trekking in Shimla is that the alternative options range from simple walks around the forested areas to excessively long, elaborate treks.

To have a simple trek that takes you through the lavish green jungle, a trek to the extremely well known Jakhoo Temple is a magnificent option, which is additionally the highest point in Shimla. Or you can take simple yet energizing treks to Chadwick Falls or Kamna Devi Temple while taking the fresh air in the stunning surroundings of Shimla.

Shimla also brags of some more adventurous treks. The best among those are Snow Line Trek to Chail, Shoghi Trek and Shali Tibba Trek. One gem of a trek that you can take from Shimla is Banjar Valley Trek. One must take these treks on their trip to Shimla to enjoy the genuine magnificence of Shimla, and to know why it is deservingly the capital city of Himachal.

Interesting Reads: Best Himalayan Treks for Beginners

Things to do in Shimla

2. Mountain biking in Shimla


Experience the adventure of Shimla by browsing the list of this amazing and best adventurous games in Shimla and attempt mountain biking in the slopes of the Himalayan mountains and enjoy the task. Get an opportunity to ride through the surprising slopes and valleys and enjoy the cool mountain breeze as well.

Feel the adrenaline rush as you ride through the snowy valley and the peaceful surroundings of nature. Wonder about seeing the oak trees and the snowcapped mountain on this superb mountain biking adventure and witness the astounding touring. In only a couple of days, this stunning activity is a hit among the people. These bikes are intended especially for the off-road and rough tracks so that you feel great while you ride.

3. Skiing in Shimla


Its winter time and winter provoke us for some adventurous sports and when it is for Shimla adventures than nothing can beat skiing. Head out for this as this is a standout amongst other adventurous sports in Shimla and float through the snow as you move and turns while Heli-Skiing.

The best thing about this game is that you will be dropped by a helicopter on the peak and you ski right down in the mountain. The mountain inclines are simply designed for the ski lovers.

Narkanda and Kufri are two of the superb places in Shimla where you can enjoy this energizing sport. It is the dual-threat for the ski lovers where they can appreciate the beauty of nature while skiing.

4. River rafting in Shimla


For the adventure lovers, this sport is nothing less than a heaven, you can never pass up the best opportunity of this exciting and best adventurous games in Shimla. Stream boating is one of the most loved activities in Shimla. The Sutlej River which keeps running at a high pace makes the sport all the more exciting.

Feel the rush as you attempt this extraordinary adventurous sport. One of the renowned river rafting ways is almost at a distance of 12 km which starts from Chamba and finish at Tattapani amid the water of the Sutlej river. Rafting through the forceful and angry River Sutlej for around two hours and feel the adrenaline surge as you overcome the waves.

5. Paragliding in Shimla


What could be more adventurous than paragliding in Shimla's sky? Nothing. You can enjoy the beauty of Shimla by trekking, also by cycling or to some extent by rafting river but by air, in the air and through the air is really what you can say is second to none. Imagine yourself flying in the fresh air of Shimla, for a moment consider yourself as a bird as you are enjoying a birds-eye view of the beautiful valley.

You can get amazing panoramic views, cool breeze, the height of hundreds of feet, snow-covered mountains, valleys and so many other things by a single short. It is recommended if you do not have height phobia, you should try paragliding. This is like swallowing the beauty of Shimla at once. There are both parachute and hand gliding available.

It is sprung on light wind and furthermore needs less space to land also. Kangra valley in Shimla is the centre point of all the gliding activities. For the best treat head out to Bir and Billing in Kangra valley which will give you the best time of life. Take off high in the sky and fly like a bird while enjoying the beautiful scenic views of Shimla.

6. Rock climbing in Shimla


Shimla is not only known for its beauty and weather but also loved by all those who like offbeat adventures sports as well. Rock climbing is one of the most loveable adventurous sports people try and enjoy in Shimla. For those who like rock climbing, guys, Shimla is like a heaven for you.

You can see your actual inner adventurous side here. Climbing hills though is not an easy task but who is looking at ease here? There are different levels of rock climbing here in Shimla, go with the one with which you think and feel safe during your adventurous time. It is suggested to hit a try rock climbing at least once during your stay in Shimla.

Things to do in Shimla

7. Ice skating in Shimla


It is not only in India but Shimla's ice skating club is famous all over Asia as well. It is Asia's only open-air ice skating spot. I guess this is enough to put this place on your To-Do List. December is the best time to enjoy this amazing sport. During the season the circular road is block for traffic and all you can see there, people enjoying themselves by skating around the rink.

8. Toy Train Ride in Shimla


Though you are not a kid anymore I bet you will love this ride. With average speed, you can enjoy your trip to Shimla by travelling all across the city. Mesmerizing views of stunning valleys and the cool breeze takes you to some other world. To enjoy yourself, even more, it is recommended to ride the famous toy train in India.

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  • Sunday, October 27, 2019
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You may have just booked a family tour from the USA to Europe for the next vacation. Europe is a place that is endowed with extraordinary natural beauty and is home to different and vibrant landscapes. Beaches, mountains, diverse cultures and people, Europe can offer the best holiday for any family. The very idea of travelling with kids in Europe may not be appealing to some parents.

Do not worry that your Europe tour will be an expensive one. If you have booked a family tour package, then they are to be planned and enjoyed accordingly. Perhaps your kids will show you new ways to make the best of your vacation in Europe. However, knowing a few tips while travelling with kids in Europe would help you have the best possible family holiday in Europe.

Tips for Traveling with Kids in Europe

Here are things to note while traveling with kids. Now that you have already booked your tickets, you can avoid most of the frustration and exhaustion if you keep in mind the following handy tips for travelling with kids in Europe.

1. Pack and travel light


Do not make the mistake of over-packing. In many places in Europe, strollers are not welcome and so it may be better to leave the strollers at home. Ensure that all the important stuff is there (a baby carrier if you need one) and you are not at a loss when you reach your destination in Europe. Carry a list of all the items you are carrying and in which bag they are located.

For this to be hassle-free, ensure that one parent does the entire packing and makes the list.

2. Book your tickets with a family-friendly airlines


Book your Europe tour package from USA with an airline company that understands the need for kid-friendliness and comfort when families travel accompanied by children. From large comfortable seats to storing infant toiletries to offering nanny services in the sky, they offer a host of services.

You can even pre-order your kids' meals. They offer activity packs for the children while on the flight to keep them from bothering you. All kids get to do fun things and to say the least the vacation starts on a truly enjoyable note.

Some of the airline companies offer additional services like fixing up your accommodation, airport transfers, and sightseeing packages at very reasonable rates. This will save from all the hassles of having to do all of this on your own in a new country. Also, it is a good idea to book the entire itinerary on the same airlines as any delay in flight timings of one flight may lead you to miss the connection flight and add up to your woes of troubles.

3. Keep your documents ready


From printing your boarding passes at home before the flight, double-check that your passports are available and are valid for travel to Europe (they should be valid for six months after your trip). If by chance your spouse is not accompanying you for the trip, you must possess a letter of consent on your person. Make sure that you load a copy on a safe and secure Internet location and another set with a family member.

4. Choose the right accommodation


If you are arranging accommodation on your own, think of a house or apartment while keeping in mind your budget. This works out best for long-term holidays. Your travel company may be able to arrange accommodation at a cheaper rate if you book your Europe tour as a package with them. They may offer free breakfast, cheaper sightseeing packages, tour guides to accompany you and, sometimes, even free stay for one night.

5. Light sightseeing


On the day you reach your destination, keep a light routine and finish off all the sleep that is due to you and others. Unpack, relax and explore local sights.

6. Location is of prime importance


Choosing the right location for your holiday with kids in Europe plays a large part in whether it turns out to be a success or not. Switzerland advertises child-friendly holidays for the visitors. Paris and Amsterdam, Rome and Paris offer dedicated locations for entire families. Choose destinations for your Europe tour that will make everyone happy.

Just in case you are visiting more than one country, ensure that you enjoy one place fully well before you move on to the next one. If you have the luxury of a few weeks, then it is best to enjoy a few countries. In this context, allow yourself a little more time than is needed. With kids around, unexpected events are almost sure to happen.

A 12-days’ Europe tour package would be refreshing and would allow you a little more space and time in place of a 6 days’ trip.

7. Cut unnecessary expenditure


Pack a lunch whenever possible; with kids around, food and drinks turn out to be huge expenses. Stock up water, fruits, breakfast items, and snacks so that you end up spending only for lunch or dinner.

Use booked tours to see the different places of tourist interest. It may not be possible for you to cover long distances on foot when the children are around.

8. Schedule time for rest


Getting exhausted and not being able to see what you wanted to can be depressing. Therefore ensure that you set aside time for unwinding and taking rest. This is for the kids too.

9. Prepare in advance


Ensure that you give the children an idea about the place they are going to visit. Books and movies about France or Rome will be helpful. You can even invest in books about these places to make your Europe trip a big hit. Make sure that visits to natural history museums, aquariums, and sound and light art shows that are typical of the land are a part of the travel itinerary. Most of the museums in Europe allow free entry to children.

There are sites such as whatsonwhen.com that keep you informed about local festivals and celebrations in different places. Going through them beforehand can help you to time your visits and ensure that they are children-friendly. Make space for enjoying everything that is offered free to families.

Endnote

Travelling with children teaches us quite a few things about new cultures and different ways to explore countries. A Europe tour with the children will surely be a fulfilling travel experience for the whole family.
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  • Saturday, October 26, 2019
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Aside from the prominent cities of London and Paris, the vibrant continent of Europe has a lot more towns that the world should see with their eyes. Nestling in the grounds of England, the city of Bristol is always free to satisfy its visitors’ travel desires at any time of the day.

Bristol is a glimmering place that’s jam-packed with amazing variations of restaurants, fun-filled choices of activities, astounding art collections, eye-popping views, rich culture, interesting history, fascinating pubs, friendly and humbled locals, and a lot more!

It’s beauty and serene ambiance can touch even the iciest hearts. And if you’re wondering what could convince you more to travel in this lively city, well, you might want to know that Bristol is a great friend to thrifty travelers!

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But remember that even if you're on a tight-budget, Bristol still assures to feed your travel cravings during your entire stay in the city. So, check out these tips and ready yourself for this once in a lifetime Bristol trip on a budget!

1. Get along with the students


If you wouldn’t mind knowing, Bristol is actually a college city for having a huge population of students. And that makes this city home to affordable sandwich stores and restaurants to make it more student-friendly. So, if you want to save a few more pounds, you can get along with the students and go where they go.

They surely know where to find the cheapest foods and drinks in town. And if you want, you can also ask the locals for some recommendations. Don't worry because it works 99.99% of the time - and don’t forget to show them your curviest smile, okay!

2. Check out the best hotel stay alternatives


Of course, you can’t travel far away from home without finding a comfy place to stay. Well, thanks to Bristol for having different choices of accommodation for you to choose from. But since you're a thrifty traveller, you may want to check out the perfect hotel stay alternatives such as a serviced apartment in Bristol Cabot, or cheap hotel accommodation in Bristol city centre.

Though these recommendations are way cheaper than a luxurious stay in one of the hotels in Bristol city centre, it’s guaranteed that you’ll have the cosiest, comfiest, and safe nights while touring Bristol.



3. Try free-of-charge activities in the park


Whether you’re on a tight budget or not, you can still go out and about in Bristol city. And that will only be possible if you’ll let yourself get out of the box and meet some new friends out there in town. Well, if you do not know, this city is literally like one huge park - and that opens an enormous place for you to play and wander around!

So, just imagine what variety of activities you can do here - don’t worry because the activities are free-of-charge. Yes, you definitely read it right. You can enjoy people watching while sitting pretty on the green and freshly mown grass, get sweaty with Frisbee, talk and make friends with the locals, have a picnic, and more!

4. Take a look at the variety of museums


Next on the list something that’s also free. For thrifty travellers like you, don’t hesitate to take a look at the variety of museums available in the city. It’s so nice to think that you can now learn and contemplate about the fascinating history and facts of Bristol city just by visiting its free-of-charge museums. You’re also free to gather for your gram since the museums are exceptionally architectured!

5. Save money by sharing rides


Of course, if you got money-saving hacks for choosing a place to stay, and on how to get affordable foods and drinks, have fun while enjoying free activities, there’s also a tip on how you can cut off your transportation expenses. And it’s very much easier than you thought. By not hesitating to try rideshares, you can save money as fast as lightning.

You might want to know that Uber is way cheaper than taxi cabs. Plus, with Uber rideshares, you can tapper off your transport expenses while getting around the city on a simpler basis.

So, what are your thoughts after reading these overly helpful tips? Can you agree that this is a kind of guide that thrifty travellers must live for?

If you got more money-saving tips, just give us a heads-up and don’t think twice sharing with our readers!

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AUTHOR BIO: Kath Ramirez is daytime and a committed writer in PREMIER SUITES Bristol Cabot. She’s been pouring her dedication and love for writing ever since she was in fourth grade. Kath is also a die-hard fan of travelling, photography, dancing, and head over heels for her furbabies.
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  • Thursday, October 24, 2019
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Italy is full of tourist attractions as it is so beautiful. Every small town in Italy tells a story of its own and tourists love that kind of vibe. For that reason, #Italian towns and #culture attracts many tourists from all over the world, all year round. And if you are spending just a few days in Italy, you won't have the time to visit them all.

Nobody really needs an excuse to visit Italy, home of some of the most iconic destinations in the world. Rome, Milan, Venice in Veneto are places that everybody should try to visit at least once in their lives. Roman architecture abounds. The works of great masters adorn churches and galleries, and the rich culture of this ancient country has touched much of the civilised world.

That culture includes the famous Italian cuisine. When you think about how many food and drinks use Italian names in the English language it really emphasises how omnipresent Italian food has become. However, there is no substitute for sipping cappuccinos in Rome or eating Neapolitan ice-cream in Naples while visiting Italy. The best time to visit Italy is April to June or September to October.

Best Places to Visit in Italy

Even a month or two won't be enough. For that reason, you should choose to visit only the best Italian tourist attractions.

1. Venice


Venice is a very unique city. It is entirely swimming in water. And what is more exciting than spending a few days in a swimming city? You have probably seen Venice on pictures many times. The small canals, the colorful buildings, the longboats they use to travel through the city. Everything is just more exciting.

And Venice is, for that reason and many others, one of the Italian tourist attractions you can't miss. Having the opportunity to spend a few days in a floating city truly changes your view of the world for the better. You can't find this anywhere else, so if you happen to be in Italy, make sure to go over to Venice and see for yourself how amazing it is.

Those who want to travel the world always have this city on their list of cities they must go to. Especially during the time of the year when there is a carnival in Venice. This is when people wear fun clothing and masks and go out in the streets. It is Italy's classy way of celebrating Halloween.

With the passage of time, the charm and magic of Venice do not diminish. On the contrary, she continues to exercise the same fascination in those who still do not know her and also in those who have already visited her but, without a doubt, wish to return. Because Venice is one and is at the same time more a symbol than a place to see in Italy.

In Venice the days are never enough with gondola rides, visits to unmissable museums, excursions to nearby islands, tours of the most famous bridges, visits to luxurious palazzos. The gondolieri will tell you the details and secrets of the most famous places in Italy and if you're lucky, you can even sing a typical Italian song.

Walk aimlessly through alleyways away from the tourist sites to visit in Italy and discover corners, fountains and squares that seem like a story. Sit in Piazza San Marco for a coffee and listen to live music and you will lose track of time. The heart of Venice is the magical St Mark's Square, one of the largest squares in the world and also one of the best tourist places in Italy.

Its cafes are filled every afternoon with tourists and locals who enjoy a good ristretto, music of violins and the view of the Grand Canal. The Saint Mark's Basilica is one of the symbols of the city and center of religious life. To one side of the Basilica is the Giotto's Bell Tower, almost 100 meters high, which you can climb to enjoy the view.

The Ducal Palace was the residence of the dukes and seat of government. You will also see the Clock Tower and other historic buildings. One of the sides of Piazza San Marco overlooks the Grand Canal, the most important in the city. The vaporetto tour will give you a totally different view of the city and the main buildings and palaces.

The Rialto Bridge, on the Grand Canal, is the oldest in the city. Another of the most famous bridges in Venice is the Bridge of Sighs, which connects the Palace of Justice with the New Prisons. Tradition says that the couple that kisses when passing by gondola under the Bridge of Sighs, will find eternal love.

In Murano, the famous colored glass unique in the world is manufactured. Burano is a beautiful fishing village where lace is traditionally woven around the world (look for shops in Via Galuppi).

2. Verona


Verona has something special that falls in love from the first moment. I do not know what makes it unique and that make it one of the essentials of the country of pizza and pasta. But if in these moments you do not have a partner, do not worry, Verona is much more. There is life beyond romanticism and the city hides a great proposal of attractions to visit in Italy at least once in a lifetime. We start?

Thanks to its privileged position between Milan and Venice, it is among the interesting places in Italy to get away for a couple of days if you are making a route through northern Italy. It is the place in which Shakespeare set his tragic novel Romeo and Juliet. Forget about the public or private transport, put on some comfortable shoes and go around the streets waiting to meet the Juliet's House, the Arena of Verona, the Lamberti Tower.

Take a break to sip a delicious cappuccino or hold back with your partner in that part of the bridge to watch the beautiful views or take a picture. If you decide to travel in the time of Valentine's Day, if you are not accompanied by your partner, doses of romanticism and love samples can hurt your sensibility if you are without your better half.

Throughout the month and especially over 4 days the city becomes the epicenter of the ideal of love and many activities are held in it. You could always be eating pizza, pasta and ice cream without getting tired, because in Italy there are a thousand and one possible combinations of all of them. If you are passionate about pizza you must make a mandatory stop at one of the best Neapolitan pizza houses in the city.

You can accompany them with tasty starters such as carpaccio with arugula and cheese, pasta, gelato! The baci di giulietta or Juliet's kisses, is the most representative sweet of the whole city, which, as it is more than evident, has created a whole business around the history of Shakespeare lovers. But the best part is that they are delicious!

It is a recipe that can be found in most bakeries in Verona made from almonds and hazelnuts. If you are a sweet lover, you cannot leave without trying it.

3. Lake Garda


Among the best places while traveling Europe on your own, many people miss out on the beauty and charm of Lake Garda. Pay a visit and you won't be able to come back soon enough. And while you are there, stop in at the Osteria Gatto d'Oro for a meal. This quirky dining establishment is not to be missed.

The horizon of the Italian region of Trentino-Alto Adige is dominated by the impressive chain of the Dolomites, the friendly face of the Alps.

Its wide valleys covered with forests and meadows open to the south, so they are warmer than those of the north, warmth that is reflected in the character of those who attend the bivacchi, typical mountain huts that serve meals to skiers in winter and hikers in summer.

Head to Bolzano, the main town in the Italian Tyrol, where you can admire part of the Dolomites, beautiful views, and the journey will become less heavy seeing that you already entered the Alps (South Tyrol) Austria by the Brenner pass, where you can see the fascinating bridge of Europe, immense viaduct that offers unique views.

The central part, the Brenner Pass proper, occupies the land between Sterzing and Matrei, through the village of Brenner itself. But above all, the route from Trento to Bolzano means knowing two cultures, since here the airs of the Mediterranean and the Tyrol mix.

The beautiful and characteristic Merano is a city of different denominations. It is a city of gardens, city of well-being, historical and modern city, mundane but at the same time calm. After Bolzano, it is the second largest city in the Trentino Alto Adige region. The name of Sissi, queen of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, is linked to the story of Merano.

Very important is also the wonderful Trauttmansdorff Castle, where the empress stayed twice during her stay in the area. Merano is an excellent city to stay to visit the Christmas markets of the area, to enjoy the thermal baths, to see Bolzano, Trento, and the Dolomites, including Val di Non and Val di Sole (if you travel by car).

Merano is a lively city, of international events of great importance with the horse tours, the Merano Forst Grand Prize, the Merano Jazz Festival and also the Musical Weeks of Merano, international symphonic music event, the traditional Grape Festival and of course the Christmas markets. In other words, the city is enriched throughout the year with cultural, sporting, enogastronomic and traditional events.

The period of the Christmas markets is one of the most exciting in the city. In the air you can smell the perfumes of the hot wine (Vin Brulé), the spices and the typical pastry. The Christmas songs are heard through all the downtown streets. The Merano Christmas Market is the largest in the area, with its 83 exhibitors.

Another particular drink of Merano, which is also typical of the German Christmas tradition, is the Feuerzangenbowle, a sugar loaf soaked in rum, which is dripped in a copper pot filled with red wine!

Corvara, situated in a sunny plain at the foot of the Sassongher mountain, can be defined as the cradle of tourism in Alta Badia. Pastry shops, after dinner bars and pubs and fashionable shops offer enjoyment and variety without altering the calmness and pleasantness of the small Alpine town.

In summer several lifts allow you to easily reach altitudes of over 2,000 meters where you can enjoy incomparable panoramas - the view sweeps from the Dolomites peaks of Alta Badia up to the Marmolada glacier and the Austrian Alps. Trails, from the easy ones at the valley bottom and on the plateau of Col Alto-Pralongià, up to the longer excursions in the Puez-Odle natural park or the more difficult ones on the Sassongher peak and Piz Boè are the joy of excursionists and climbers alike.

4. Milan


Less than 300 kilometers away is the elegant Milan, a city with an important cultural heritage that goes far beyond fashion.

5. Lake Como


Lake Como, in the Lombardy region, is one of the most beautiful areas of Italy and also one of the most unknown, although it seems incredible. It is sometimes eclipsed by tourist areas such as Tuscany, Cinque Terre or the Amalfi Coast in Southeast Italy. Focus on the most touristic towns and places like Lenno, Bellagio, Brienno, Cernobbio, Varenna, Menaggio and Nesso.

There are several historic villas on Como Lake, where they have lived from aristocrats to writers or artists, since the sixteenth century. Today, these villas have been adapted and converted into hotels or museums and many of them can be visited. Fish, pasta and sweets are some of the protagonists of the most recommended restaurants in the area.

6. Turin


Turin, the capital of Italian Piedmont is famous throughout the world for protecting the Shroud and for being the cradle of solid chocolate and Fiat. Let yourself be seduced by this beautiful Italian city, with the Alps always present and the great river Po embracing the center.

Get to know its baroque and modernist architecture, its distinguished boulevards, its charming paved squares, its interesting museums and its cozy cafés. And, of course, do not miss its great nightlife and its transalpine gastronomy.

But there are many Piedmontese towns, full of cultural, gastronomic and historical richness as it happens with the charming town of Ivrea. Ivrea Cathedral (Duomo), crowns the sky of the area, being very visible from almost any point. Ivrea was the headquarters of the Olivetti typewriter company and the mark of this brand in the population is more than remarkable.

The Ivrea carnival is extremely popular as well as its orange festival where people throw oranges.

7. Genoa


Chiavari was for centuries, a major world-class trading port. The medieval old town is rich in carrugi (narrow streets leading to large squares) and historic buildings. The best way to discover all the treasures of this Ligurian jewel is to walk along the central street, the Via Martiri Della Liberazione or to lose yourself in the many small streets that are home to countless treasures.

You can buy and enjoy a wide variety of Ligurian specialties, enter the antique shops and also go shopping even in bad weather in famous fashion or design shops nestled under the ancient arcades of Caruggio Dritto.

8. Cinque Terre


If you are someone who would rather spend their vacation by the sea than in the center of a crowded city, Cinque Terre is the place to visit in Italy for you. Truly one of the most beautiful places by the sea in Italy, it consists of five seaside villages on the Italian Riviera coastline. It is centuries old but colorful houses make it look very new.

If you want to relieve some stress, Cinque Terre will be the perfect place to do just that. You can spend a few days enjoying the view and the sunny warm weather and you will be as good as new once your trip is over. It is a very romantic place and the prices aren't even that high, so this also makes a perfect place for your honeymoon on a budget.

Levanto, an Italian coastal city, is pleasant, although it lacks the charm of its illustrious neighbors. In May the Festa del Mare is celebrated, which pays homage to the sea through numerous activities. Levanto is located a few kilometers north of the Cinque Terre National Park, composed of five historic towns anchored on cliffs located on the edge of the Mediterranean.

Although some tourists take advantage of the somewhat lower prices of Levanto, most of them head a little further south when they visit this region of exceptional landscapes. Among all the towns of Cinque Terre, Monterosso is the one with the largest accommodation offer. One of the activities that you can not miss if you visit Cinque Terre is a boat trip along the coast to enjoy the wonderful views of the villages from the sea.

The boat makes a stop in each of the towns, with the exception of Corniglia which has no port as it does not face the sea.

9. Monterosso al Mare


Monterosso al Mare, is the largest town with more services, restaurants and hotels of the 5 that make up Cinque Terre. It is also more aimed at sun and beach tourism because it has the best in the region. At the end of the beach, there is Il Gigante, an enormous sculpture that represents Neptune the god of the seas.

10. Vernazza


Vernazza is one of the most beautiful villages of Cinque Terre and the one that has best preserved the appearance of a marine citadel. Another place to visit in Vernazza is the Doria Castle, an imposing bastion that extends at the end of the town and ends with a long boardwalk from which you can see the entire citadel. In the highest part of the castle is the Belforte, an imposing cylindrical tower from where you can get a panoramic view of the whole town.

11. Pisa


There is no trip worthy of Italian Tuscany that does not include the visit to Pisa. Seeing the inclination of its famous tower is an attraction that will be difficult to resist at a stone's throw from Florence. It is a huge green meadow on which extends the impressive monumental complex whose center is the Duomo cathedral, although its most popular corner is the famous leaning tower of Pisa.

12. Florence


About 250 kilometers south of Venice is the wonderful Florence, where the splendor of the Renaissance is present in monuments, fountains and buildings but also in hidden corners of the city.

Even though you will need months to discover all the exciting things about Rome, Florence is the most exciting place in Italy. And it is also considered to be the most beautiful one. It is a big city but it is definitely not as big as Rome. This means that finding your way through Florence would be much easier.

Florence is located in Tuscany and it is also one of the most important cities when it comes to art and history. The Uffizi Gallery is located in Florence. If you visit this gallery, you will be able to stand face to face with some of the world's most meaningful art pieces.

Florence is also known for having amazing ice cream shops. So while you are there, make sure you try at least one flavor because we are sure you will fall in love with it. Pizza is available on every step you make and plates of pasta are even easier to find if you are feeling hungry. The shopping district in Florence looks so good that you won't feel sorry if you spend more money than you expected.

Italy is a fashionable place so their shopping districts must look good, but shopping in Italy surely isn't for those who are traveling on a budget. Tuscany is a famous place in Italy for making wine and cheese. Italians thought that tourists might want to try these specialties so they have plenty of organized tours to vineyards where you can try the wine and eat the amazing cheese.

Best Places to Visit in Italy

13. Bologna


The two towers of Bologna, the tower Garisenda and the tower degli Asinelli, are the great icon of the city, although they are only two of the more than one hundred that came to be in the Middle Ages.

14. Rimini


Rimini is the symbolic city of the Emilia Romagna Riviera and summer tourism in Italy. It is the goal of thousands of Italian and foreign tourists who fill its sandy beaches every year and has the reputation of being the Italian capital of fun in summer. Between the hills and the sea, near the wonderful towns of Emilia Romagna, also full of tourist and cultural attractions.

Rimini houses along its coastline quiet family pensions, large hotels and apartments that satisfy all tastes. The wide and varied offer make it the ideal place for all types of summer vacations, both for those who seek tranquility, as well as for those who are more inclined towards fun, sports or entertainment and culture.

Perfect for a family holiday, equipped even with everything necessary for the four-legged members of the same and full of opportunities for the little ones, its main characteristic is still the impeccable welcome of the tour operators that during the whole year renew the initiatives with always new offers, from wifi on the beach to the wide range of water sports and various sports under the umbrella and in the sand.

Here is Riccione, the most visited city on the entire Adriatic coast. The oldest that can be visited dates from the 13th century, it is the Agolanti Castle. It is currently dedicated to various exhibitions. Another place of interest is the so-called Museo del Terreno. It is a geological museum that illustrates the transformation that the Misana coast has undergone until it becomes what it is today. It is very entertaining, since it uses interesting didactic methods.

An interesting collection that you can see in the gallery consists of objects from World War II and later. And the Riccione theater is also worthy of one of the unique places to visit in Italy. There is a water park for nature lovers. This is the Oltremare dolphinarium, but in addition to dolphins you will have the opportunity to observe all kinds of birds and aquatic animals, such as the curious seahorses.

It is amazing to see the shows starring birds of prey, most surprising reptiles and various exotic animals. Aquafan and Indiana Golf are also famous parks for receiving thousands of visitors each year. The shows are also an integral part of life in Riccione. In the Odeon the cinema and the theater come alive every night. The beach of Riccione is known as the Playa del Sol.

15. Siena


On a tour of this region of Italy it is mandatory to travel to Siena. Among the most visited Italian cities as a tourist destination is Siena. Located centrally in the attractive region of Tuscany, it brings together art, history and nature in a powerful combination difficult to resist. In this post we will tell you the things to do in Siena and how to get there from Florence.

The Piazza del Campo in Siena is considered one of the most attractive European urban places. In the Piazza del Campo twice a year a famous horse race called the Palio di Siena is held. By bus, from Florence to Siena, it is a journey of a little over an hour. If you want to go by train from Florence to Siena you have to take an hour and a half trip.

16. Rome


They say Rome wasn't built in a day. This means that to see and experience Rome, you definitely need to spend some time there. And experiencing Rome could be one of the best things that happen to you. Rome is a very old city. It is rich in art and history. Painters, sculptors, kings, singers, and many other very meaningful and well-known people have lived and worked here throughout time.

Rome is a city that will take your breath away and win your whole heart over. The museums are filled with famous paintings of celebrated artists. Galleries, restaurants, and shopping districts are located in small, Italian streets. Cafes are filled with people who enjoy Italian coffee. Anywhere you go, you will be able to learn something new and exciting.

Rome truly is an amazing city as it is the capital of Italy. It is simply one of those Italian tourist attractions that you can't and shouldn't miss if you find yourself in Italy. And the best part about Rome is that it is suitable for people of all ages so you can plan your dream family vacation to Rome. It is a great way to bring art and history closer to children.

Not to forget to mention the sights and the hundred-year-old buildings that you are going to fall in love with as soon as you start exploring this amazing city.

Abruzzo is a region located in the east of Italy, about 2:30 hours from Rome. Abruzzo has a coastal area where you can enjoy the beaches and the sea and another mountain area. The villages are usually located high up in the mountains which makes some spectacular photos. Each one is more photogenic than the previous one. Go to Pescara, capital of the region or to Vasto to bathe in the Adriatic Sea.

To eat we recommend the area of ​​San Vito Chietino. It is very good and it is the cheapest in Italy. There are bars next to the sea where you will find pasta dishes. They also make grilled fish. Go for a walk in the area of ​​the Fossacesia abbey. It is a very quiet place with a nice view of the area.

After a short walk relax with a spritz in a bar just in front of it. Have your first contact with the arrosticini, lamb skewers that are very typical in the area. It is best to give yourself a treat and go to a Trabocco. You have to book in advance because they are always filled but we are sure that it is an experience that you do not forget.

To sleep the places of the coastal area where you will have more variety are Ortona and Vasto. Visit a town like Roccascalegna, a small town like Sulmona. In the month of August there are some medieval whips in the Garibaldi square that make the city wake up a little and fill with people for a few days. From Sulmona take the road (do not go on the highway) to Scanno. On the way you will stop a few times as the landscapes are spectacular.

Anversa degli Abruzzi is a village town that you cannot resist having a beer. Just after leaving Anversa degli Abruzzi you will pass through the Gorges of Sagittarius, from where there is a beautiful view of the town. It is the typical town of the area, with brown houses and (almost) always on top of the mountain. A little further on you will find lake Scanno that at sunset gives you some beautiful colors.

Once you have visited the town, we recommend that you take the little walk called Sentiero del Cuore to take your picture with the lake in the form of a heart in the background. It can be done from the lake in an hour and a half and from a road that is on the way out of the town itself in only half an hour. If it is summer we recommend that after the walk you have a good swim in the lake.

Go to Rocca Calascio and Santo Stefano de Sessanio, two towns that are very close to each other. Go hiking through Campo Imperatore. It is an idyllic place where many films have been filmed and where Benito Mussolini was imprisoned even after his fall from power until being released by the Germans a month later.

Today there is a ski resort, famous as it is only an hour and a half from Rome. The place is also known in the world of cycling since it has been several times final stage in the Giro d'Italia.

17. Naples


And if you love the mural paintings, it is essential that you visit the Archaeological Museum of Naples. Keep in mind that this museum is where most of the frescoes found in Pompeii and other Roman enclaves destroyed by the Vesuvius volcano are preserved and exhibited.

If you do not, you may be disappointed to see the excavations in Pompeii as the vast majority of Pompeian art and frescoes are found in the Naples-based national institution. On your walk through the streets you will be attracted by the houses where you can see the famous frescoes of Pompeii.

18. Capri


The Capri island is one of the best summer destinations on the coast of Naples, can reach from Positano, Amalfi, Maiori, Minori, Sorrento, Salerno, Naples, with ferry or private excursions. It is one of the most beautiful islands of this coast, with its famous Blue Grotto. Vietri sul Mare is the village of the Amalfi Coast closest to Salerno.

19. Sorrento


The first town that appears in the Sorrento Peninsula is Castellammare di Stabia, located a few kilometers south of Vesuvius, at the southern end of the Gulf of Naples. Next to this town are the ruins of the ancient Roman city of Stabiae. Take your first bath in one of the magnificent lidos or Palombara beach.

20. Positano


Positano is one of the most internationally known towns on the Amalfi Coast. You can get to Positano by car, bus or public and private ferry. Praiano is a small fishing village, lies between Positano and Conca dei Marini, and is usually ignored by most tourists. Salerno is the best option to base if you want cheap hotels.

21. Pompei


Pompeii is located in the Bay of Naples, south of the Neapolitan city, and on the way to the Sorrento peninsula. You can see diverse and interesting samples in the house of Octavius ​​Quartio or the House of Venus in the Shell. However, the most spectacular frescoes in the Pompeii enclave can be found in the Villa of the Mysteries, located outside the old city, to the northwest.

22. Bari


Southern Italy transcends the concept of a getaway and is one of the great journeys that still persist in Europe. Apulia, the region without rain, the heel of that geographical Italian boot was, for centuries, an inhospitable and distant region. If you go by flight, Brindisi and Bari are the gateway to the region. First coral reef in Italy was discovered on Adriatic coast near Monopoli, in Puglia.

Puglia preserves still virgin places and a unique humanity in the Mediterranean. Places like Alberobello with its spellbinding Trulli, towns like the white houses of Otranto, beaches like Maldive del Salento, Punta Prosciutto or Baia dei Turchi are just the beginning of a trip to Puglia. It is a country inside another in which people spoke a kind of Greek, direct heir of ancient Magna Grecia, a Greek territory before the birth of Rome itself.

Bari is a magnificent base of operations to get to know the north of the region, including the essential Matera - although it is in Basilicata and Alberobello. The ideal is to take as strategic bases Bari to the north and Lecce, the Florence of the south. With a rental car everything becomes easier. The distances are short and allow to make day trips to see several of the suggested points and explore the interior of the region, famous for its olive groves, its orchards and its charming villages.

23. Matera


Matera belongs to a region of southern Italy called Basilicata, located between Campania, Apulia and Calabria. The most well-known image, a title shared with the Bulgarian Plovdiv, are the Sassi, a group of caves excavated in the volcanic tuff. Among the oldest and most important areas, the Civita neighborhood, with its Romanesque cathedral, is a natural fortress located in the heart of the old city and, together with the two hollows of Sasso Barisano and Sasso Caveoso, is the most fascinating part of the city.

Torre Guaceto is a small watchtower located next to a lush forest underbrush and old farmland. Otranto has a small but impressive historic center around its Aragonese Castle. Ostuni is a beautiful white city. The city of Gallipoli is, in fact, a small island defended by impressive walls and another of those castles that the Crown of Aragon planted throughout the region to shore up its dominion over southern Italy. Taranto is another of the interesting points of the region.

24. Palermo


Far from giving off the grandeur of Palermo, the corners of Catania, or the elegance of Syracuse, Trapani seduces for other reasons. Its pedestrian historic center, its quiet environment, the gastronomic proposal, the famous salt mines, and the proximity to the Egades make it worthwhile to stop on our route through the west of Sicily.

Both the Annunziata Sanctuary and the Pepoli Museum deserve to delay the visit to the city center. The historic part has streets of great beauty such as Via Garibaldi with its baroque palaces or Via Vittorio Emanuele with its route of churches, pedestrian routes where suddenly appear wonders such as the Senatorial Palace and the Clock Tower.

Opposite, on the island of Colombaia, the Castello di Mare guards the entrance to Trapani by sea. On the south coast there is the marina and the docks where the excursions to the Egadi depart, while in the northern part we find the beaches, from the urban coves of Porta Ossuna or the Tower of Ligny, to the Litoreana or San Giovanni, immense beaches.

The itinerary called salt road runs along its irregular row of windmills that draw a landscape that Cervantes already evoked. The salt mounds, covered in terracotta tiles, look like blankets that safeguard the salt. In Nubia, in the territory of the salt pans of Paceco, visit the Salt Museum, located in an old mill.

The boat trip to the Egadi that leaves in the morning and returns in the afternoon after visiting Favignana and Levanzo is one of the most popular attractions.

South of Trapani, after leaving behind the pink salt pans that face the Phoenician island of Mozia, the road takes us to Marsala in Sicily. The almost always present sun encourages to buy a piece of cheese, open a good Marsala wine, and eat Lazarillo de Tormes in the quiet Marsala. From Roman times the wall and some porticoes of access to the city are still preserved.

The vines grown there produce white and red wines with an exceptional flavor and aroma. Since the 19th century these wines are exported all over the world. As you can imagine, there are numerous wineries where you can taste this wine jewel.

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25. Sardinia


Traveling to Sardinia is an excellent option to complete your trip through Italy or even as a unique destination. The island is ideal for traveling alone. Traveling to Sardinia not only means seeing a wonderful Mediterranean island but also approaching a very interesting part of Italian culture. Alghero is a medieval city, while Cagliari is more modern and more cosmopolitan.

Sardinian beauty lies in its natural places, such as the Valley of the Moon, the Neptune's Grotto, coves of the Gulf of Orosei, sailing to the granitic islands of the Maddalena archipelago or the Grotto del Bue Marino. It is easy to imagine dropping anchor in the winding bays of Costa Smeralda, full of celebrities and supermodels.

Whether crossing the dunes of Costa Verde barefoot, agitated by the waves, or relaxing in the silky bays of Costa del Sud, the traveler will plant his towel on the beach and will never want to leave. You can hike through its exuberant and silent interior to the nuragic ruins of Tiscali; follow the dizzying coastal road to the bay of Cala Luna or walk among holm oaks to the imposing Gola Su Gorropu canyon.

The Roman city of Tharros, the nuragic village of Barumini or the Sassari sites will open the door to other times. If you want to know how the real Sardinian life is today, do not miss the villages of Castelsardo, San Pantaleo, Santu Lussurgiu, Baunei, Santa Teresa di Gallura or Palau and the submerged Roman ruins of Nora.

There is no other place where one has so close semialpine forests and white sand beaches, animal oddities as the blue-eyed albino asses of Asinara or the wild horses that are timid, by Giara di Gesturi. In addition, the cuisine of the island is exceptional with its pasta, bread, dolci, wines and its characteristic cheeses, including pecorino casu marzu, which contains larvae and is stored in barns.
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Backpacking is Love and every seasoned backpacker will agree to it. Backpacking is about living a minimalist yet fulfilling life while having fun, exploring wilderness and experiencing new things. Most of all, backpacking is about Living the Moment and that is the reason why I always reckon backpacking is Love and that, in its purest form.

Nonetheless, backpacking is not easy is it appears, and one has to be strong, resilient and adaptable enough to take on the challenges that backpacking has to offer. Being a backpacker for 5 years, travel enthusiasts often ask me for tips and advice. One of the most important things that I particularly advise them is to take care of diet during travels and excursions.

The problem with backpackers is that they do not have the luxury to stuff their bags with meals and snacks. This would not only make the backpack unnecessarily heavy, but you will also run out of space to place your necessary possessions in the knapsack.

The solution is to play smart. Thankfully, there are dozens of smart foods that are extremely nutritious as well as handy and lightweight that you can comfortably place in your backpack without worrying about the space.

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In this article, we are listing down the best backpacking foods and meals.

1. Nuts and Seeds


Lightweight, rich in calories and small in size, nuts and seeds are the best option for travelers and backpackers. Nuts and seeds are loaded with minerals, fibers, proteins, healthy fats and vitamins which makes them the perfect snack during excursions and long trips.

In a nutshell (pun intended), backpackers require extra calories especially when trekking on tough terrains, so it’s important that you consume calorie-dense foods. If you want to make it delicious, you can mix dry fruits with nuts, almonds, black seed and sunflower seeds for a tasty snack that you can enjoy on the go.

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2. Dried Potato


Dried potatoes are best for instant energy. The best thing about dried potatoes is that they are fulfilling and even a few grams are enough to extinguish the appetite. There is no debate that fresh foods are always the best as they are free of additives and preservatives but again, during travels, you want something convenient, yet nutritional and dried potatoes can be the perfect choice.

Dried potatoes are loaded with vitamins, potassium and other essential minerals which can instantly boost your energy levels. In a pinch, dried potatoes deserve a place in your backpacking eating plan.

3. Dried Fruits


Well, that’s no brainer. When the fruits undergo the process of drying, the excess water is removed from them which suppresses the growth of bacteria and also makes them heat-stable, hence dried fruits have longer shelf lives. Dried fruits are a healthy source of minerals, antioxidants, fiber and minerals that can stimulate your energy levels.

Dried fruits are again, convenient, compactable and you can easily store place them in a backpack or travel bag as they won’t acquire much space. Moreover, when mixed with nuts and seeds, you will enjoy a high-energy trail mix.

4. Powdered Eggs


Egg is a powerhouse but obviously, it can get troublesome to take boiled eggs with you on long treks and travels. Thankfully, eggs are now also available in powdered form. Powdered eggs are not just convenient to store and easy to prepare but they also have an extended shelf life which makes them a lifesaver for travelers.

Powdered eggs are as rich as fresh eggs when it comes to nutritional value. However, if you have high blood pressure issues, it's not wise to consume too much of them because of the high sodium content.

5. Powdered Milk


Backpackers often avoid fresh dairy products as they not backpackers-friendly and are highly perishable. But during excursions and in rugged travel conditions, your body craves for calcium and powdered milk can be the best alternative option when refrigeration is not an option.

Powdered milk is rich in proteins, vitamins and potassium and its nutritional value is very close to that of fresh milk. You can boost your energy levels by adding powdered milk to instant oatmeal or other dehydrated meals.

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6. Hard Cheeses


Cheese lovers would love this. Cheeses are an excellent source of instant energy as they are loaded with healthy fats, vitamins, phosphorus, and calcium. But again, the normal cheese or the soft cheeses are perishable and need to be refrigerated all the time.

Hard/aged cheeses on the other end have extended shelf lives as they have low moisture content which makes them heat-stable, bacteria resistant and also increases their shelf life. You can enjoy parmesan, and pecorino romano over instant meals to enhance its nutritional value with a tasty pop of flavor.

7. Jerky


Best of the last. In my opinion, jerky is arguably the best backpacking food out there and that for the right reasons. Jerky is tasty, satisfying and full of protein. Unlike fresh meats, jerky doesn’t require to be refrigerated and being a processed meat product, it is the best option for backpackers.

When on backpacking adventures, your body requires proteins and jerky can instantly raise your protein levels when fresh sources are unavailable. Though, jerky is available in chicken, beef, and turkey; beef jerky is the best and is also eaten by bodybuilders as it gives them the energy that they need to get through the rigorous exercises every day.

Like I mentioned earlier, backpacking is not easy. You have to stay strong during the toughest of times and in order for you to stay strong, fueled and energized, you must choose the right portable foods.

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Once again, the festive season has arrived! How can we forget that plans for Diwali are already on the top? And soon there will be fairs all around. In this context, we just can't forget the fervour of Uttarakhand. The social bonding of the Uttarakhandi people can be seen in diverse fairs, which are firmly connected to the economic activities of the region.

Different melodies and moves have been kept alive on account of these fairs. In the past, when transportation were not very great these fairs was an open door for friends and relatives to meet routinely. Regardless of the considerable number of changes in our general lives, the custom of fairs has been kept up by the people.

The fairs like Jauljibi, Thal and Bageshwar have been firmly connected with the daily lives of the people of this region, while the fairs at Dwarahat, Syalde and Devidhura are important from the social perspective.

We all know Maha Kumbh Mela celebration which is held after 12 years in the city of Haridwar on the shores of the consecrated river Ganga which draws in ascetics from throughout the world. Indeed the Maha Kumbh Mela is the mother of all fairs in India. However, the fairs and other festivals of Uttarakhand are equally brilliant and unmistakable and are the blend of diverse social elements.

The people of Uttarakhand likewise celebrate all the major Indian festivals. Some of them are Basant Panchami, Bhitauli, Harela, Phooldei, Vatsavitri, Ganga Dusshera, Dikar Puja, Olgi or Ghee Sankranti, Khatarua, Ghuian Ekadashi and Ghughutia.

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These are some of the major celebrations of Uttarakhand. We will now discuss about some of them in detail.

1. Bhitauli


Bhitauli is a popular festival of Uttarakhand, when the parents of the married girls visit their family and give them various gifts. It is essentially celebrated in the agriculture based locales in Uttarakhand, and the married daughters eagerly wait for this occasion. It involves a great deal of admiration to the daughters.

On the auspicious month of Chaitra, this festival is celebrated with great zeal and this epitomizes the love of parents and daughters.

2. Harela


Harela, which is observed in the Shravan month, points the appearance of the monsoon season and it likewise honors the wedding of Lord Shiva and Parvati. On this day, individuals make little Dikars (little symbols of divine beings and goddess made of earth) of Gauri, Maheshwar, Ganesha, to revere them.

The ladies sow seven sorts of grains in the mud. The crop is called khetri. The yellow leaves that are there in the plant during germination are called Harela. These Harela are cut on the tenth day and individuals place them behind their ears or on their head. The bullocks are likewise given hay on this day and the Harela is sent to loved ones.

The celebration is noteworthy in light of the fact that it gives a chance to the cultivator to test the nature of seeds that he has in his stock. Such festivals are marked by colourful fairs offering vibrant foods. However, most of the food vendors are now getting FSSAI registration as to assure complete food safety to the devotees.

3. Vat Savitri festival


Also called Vat Purnima or purnima chavan or Wat Purnima, Vat Savitri is a festival observed by the married ladies in the Western Indian states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Goa and a few places of eastern UP. It falls on Purnima or full moon day during the three days of the long stretch of Jyeshtha month of the Shaka calendar (which falls in May-June in the Christ Era calendar).

During Vat Savitri, the married ladies tie a sacred thread around a banyan tree to denote their adoration for their better halves. The festival depends on the divine legend of Satyavan & Savitri as described in van-parva of the epic of Mahabharata.

4. Ganga Dussehra


Ganga Dussehra, otherwise called Gangavataran, is a Hindu celebration praising the avataran or descent of the sacred river Ganga. It is accepted by Hindus that the blessed river Ganga slides from paradise to earth on this day. Ganga Dussehra occurs on Dashami (10th day) of the descent moon (Shukla Paksha) of the Hindu calendar month Jyeshtha, which falls in May-June in the Christ Era calendar.

The celebration festivity keeps going ten days, including the nine days going before this blessed day. Especially in Haridwar, tourists come from around the globe to see the grand fair.

The Ganga Dussehra is celebrated in Haridwar with a great deal of zest and liveliness. On this, individuals from all over India and abroad visit here and to achieve blessings from Goddess Ganga. Individuals light up Diyas (Earthen Pots) and take around 10 dips in the water to wash off their wrongdoings. Numerous different ceremonies are likewise pursued.

5. Olgi or Ghee Sankranti


Ghee Sankranti which is otherwise called Olgi festival is observed on the foremost day of Bhado (the longest day of August) in Uttarakhand. It is one of the most important celebrations in the state which is seen with a great deal of liveliness and delight from days of yore.

This oldest celebration is celebrated in the state of Uttarakhand during the time the crops are growing well and the milk-giving cattle are additionally health. Not simply this, even trees are weighed down with natural product.

It is essentially a celebration that means the gratitude of local people and families enjoyed the control of cultivating. The purpose behind the festival of this celebration is denoting the harvesting season and demonstrating gratitude for success.

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The daily lives of Uttarakhandi people are packed with a continual progression of celebrations, the greater part of them includes festivals, fairs and the readiness of uncommon nourishments.
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