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The Top 10 Holiday Destinations in Europe

The Happy Nomad Holidays are moments for fun and relaxation. When it is time for a holiday, elaborate preparations are made and time is taken when choosing places to go. In terms of safety, popularity, comfort and... by Bamba Experience |...
by The Happy Nomad on Jan 3, 2017

Tips for Traveling to Germany

Germany is a beautiful country. However, there are always more to its scenic beauty. The country is a home to some of the greatest architectural wonders in the world. This European nation is the ideal place to enjoy plenty of exciting activities. But...
by Tips for Traveling on Dec 8, 2016

What Are the Best Things to Do in Iceland? Here They Are!

If you are considering a trip to the mystical and snowy Iceland, then you will want to know what you are letting yourself in for. There are a lot things to do in Iceland even though it is a surprisingly low populated country. From a relaxing trip to...
by Best of World Travel on Dec 4, 2016

A Vegetarian Foodie's Adventures Across Europe - Part IV

Over the past few weeks, I have already shared my experiences as a vegetarian foodie in Portugal, Spain and France. The struggles are real when it comes to finding vegetarian food in some parts of the world. I have had many readers reaching out to me...
by Travel, Books, Food on Nov 28, 2016

Landmarks of Paris

Paris, one of the most coveted travel destinations in the world is we might say a place every traveller must experience once during their lifetime. The first thing that generally comes into our minds when we hear about Paris is how the city is linked...
by Tales of Travelling Sisters on Nov 27, 2016

Best Places to Visit in Spain for First Time Travelers

When deciding your next holiday destination, it can be useful to know the best places to visit in a chosen country. Today we’re taking a look at the best places to visit in Spain. Spain is an extremely popular holiday destination. Where you wa...
by Best of World Travel on Nov 23, 2016

A Vegetarian Foodie's Adventures Across Europe - Part III

I hope all of you are enjoying the series ‘A vegetarian foodie’s adventures across Europe’. I am having fun writing them and it reminds me of both the delicious as well as inedible food (there were quite a few of them too) I ate around Europe.T...
by Travel, Books, Food on Nov 21, 2016

The 3 Cultural Sights That You Must Not Skip in St Petersburg

St Petersburg is one of the fascinating cities, which specially has a lot of significance in the realms of art and architecture. The city revels in its wonderful history, which attracts a large number of tourists. Though the city has a lot to offer b...
by Tips for Traveling on Nov 16, 2016

A Vegetarian Foodie's Adventures Across Europe - Part II

Did you enjoy the first part of the ‘Vegetarian Foodie in Europe’ series last week? If you haven’t, do check it out and let me know your feedback. Many people swear by the ‘Happy Cow’ app to find the nearest vegan restaurant but I am y...
by Travel, Books, Food on Nov 7, 2016

A Vegetarian Foodie's Adventures Across Europe - Part I

My sister just got back yesterday from Cheonan in South Korea after a 2-week work trip. So we were discussing about her experiences in South Korea since it was her first trip there. One of the biggest problems she faced while she was there, was food.
by Travel, Books, Food on Oct 31, 2016

6 Perfectly Romantic Places to Visit in Italy

There is no greater things to be with your love ones in a very romantic place. And Italy has been one of the most romantic country in the world. The beaches of Sardinia up to the frozen Alps will give you the heat and chill of romance. And the atroci...
by Best of World Travel on Oct 27, 2016

Paris In The Rain: A Photo Story

Paris is a mystery. Most people I know of, either have a love/hate relationship with Paris. Some people just adore Paris whereas others just tend to hate it at first sight and label it as a dirty city full of pickpockets.I am not a fan of stereotypin...
by Travel, Books, Food on Oct 24, 2016

MEININGER Hotel Amsterdam City West Review

I am pretty mad this week and maybe I will write later on why I am so angry this week. All I can say is that we finally got fed up of people taking our family for a ride and we have finally decided that enough is enough. I have spent half of this wee...
by Travel, Books, Food on Oct 17, 2016

Exploring Colmar: A Fairytale Town In Europe

Sometimes I ponder. Why do I love traveling so much? Why do I have to go to so many unknown places? As our strategy professor pointed out last week, virtual reality is going to be a thing of the future. According to him, you just have to put on some...
by Travel, Books, Food on Oct 3, 2016

London airport closed due to Black Lives Matter protest

UK police have arrested at least seven Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists in connection to a protest that forced authorities to cancel all flights at the London City Airport.The incident happened on Tuesday morning, when a nu...

Spain evacuates 1,400 as wildfire rages along Costa Blanca

Hundreds of people have been evacuated and vast swaths of land destroyed due to a wildfire raging along the Costa Blanca in eastern Spain.The Spanish government’s delegate to the eastern region of Valencia, Juan Carlos Moragues, said on Twitter on...

UK Brexit secretary David Davis says no second referendum and that Britain will leave European Union

A video grab from footage broadcast by the UK Parliament's Parliamentary Recording Unit (PRU) shows British Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis as he speaks in the House of Commons in London on September 5,...

UK government becomes world’s second biggest arms dealer

One of the Saudi Air Force's UK-made Typhoon fighter jets (file photo)The UK government has become the world’s second biggest arms dealer, with bulk of its weapons fueling deadly conflicts in the Middle East, according to official data.According to...

Russian President Vladimir Putin expresses intent to broaden relations with UK

Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with British PM Theresa May on Sept. 5, 2016 on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China. (AFP Photo)President Vladimir Putin has told British Prime Minister Theresa May that Russia wants&nbs...

German Chancellor Angela Merkel defends ‘open-door’ refugee policy

German Chancellor Angela Merkel speaks during a press conference in the capital, Berlin, July 28, 2016. (Photo by AFP)German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended her policy of welcoming refugees into the country, rejecting claims that her government...
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