Mardi Himal Trek!
Mardi Himal Trek!
Plaza de Cibeles, con l’omonima fontana al centro. La piazza costruita nei secoli XIX e XX è circondata da 4 edifici importanti, il Palacio de Linares, il Banco de Espana, il Palacio de Buenavista e il Palacio de Cibeles. Vista della città.
Distant Kon Tum province is the northernmost area of Vietnam’s Central Highlands. Regardless of good highway entry from the coast — (it could simply be reached inside a day from Da Nang and Hoi An), it attracts few travellers, particularly in comparison with the favored city of Da Lat.
Follow U.K. travel site, a new map picks one attraction in each country and territory that you should not miss. The choice for destination in Vietnam is not a surprise.
Yoga is the journey of the self, to the self, through the self. Happy World Yoga Day.
There are several reasons to visit Prague in the Czech Republic and one of those is the Charles Bridge, which leads from the old town area over the Vltava River to the Prague Castle. Prague is extremely popular with tourists and the bridge is no exception, so be prepared for heavy crowds and lots of tour groups when you visit, even during the off-season. Equally impressive as the bridge itself are the guard towers that protect the bridge and serves as a stunning entrance. The views of the castle from the bridge are quite amazing, but the main attractions of the bridge are the statues that line both sides.
Halong Bay is an awe-inspiring collection of looming limestone karsts and picturesque isles rises from the emerald sea in northeast Vietnam. Halong Bay is considered the Eighth Wonder of the World and the home of 1600 islands that are dotted with gorgeous wind- and wave-eroded grottoes. Halong Bay is one of Asia’s most spectacular wonders and is also one of the must-see destinations of Vietnam journey. The best ways to discover Halong Bay in Vietnam is the combination for day exploration of caves, islands, sandy beach relaxing, kayaking on emerald sea water and overnight boat cruises.
Halong Bay is situated in 150 km to the east of Hanoi city and known as “Bay of Descending Dragons”. As the legend, the islands of Halong Bay were created by a great dragon from the mountains. As the researchers, the UNESCO World Heritage Organization, Halong Bay was listed seascape formed over more than 500 million years by mountains shifting, marine degradation, and encroaching seas.
Halong Bay is one of the cradles of mankind, with several ancient civilizations developed in the land, dating 4,000 – 5,000 years ago. Today, this magical bay is home to about 1600 people who live in floating fishing villages. Visit Cua Van, Ba Hang, Cong Tau, and Vong Vieng, and see what fisherman’s life is like. You can get a sense of the culture of a fisher community by participating in fisher’s everyday chores and having a cozy meal with local residents.