Category: Travel

Benagil cave story!

Benagil Cave – Algar de Benagil is absolute must if you are planning a trip to Algarve region of Portugal. It is a place closer to Faro than Lagos. Benagil cave beach is unique as one can only stay on the beach inside the cave if one swims or kayaks till the cave. This naturally

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Kungsträdgården in Stockholm

Stockholm had full blossom cherry blossom trees during the months of April and May. Spring has arrived late this year but the excitement to see these flowers was clearly visible among both locals and tourists. Even though Kungsträdgården is ‘the’ place for everyone to visit, one can spot many more trees planted across the city.

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Cherry blossoms in Stockholm 🌸

It’s a beautiful time to visit Stockholm and enjoy the weather as well as nature. Spring is here. This year spring is quite late, nevertheless the air is fresh and people are happy. It’s that time of the year in Stockholm when Sakura flowers blossom in Kungsträdgården – a place where around 65 trees are

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Colosseum

After reaching Fiumicino airport, we secured two tickets of ROMA PASS giving us access to Colosseum and adjacent archaeological sites. Since it was the day before Good Friday, it was a good strategy to explore Colosseum leisurely before Pope enters Colosseum the next day. We had our hostel near Roma Termini; hence the pass helped

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Faro, lost sunglasses and sunsets

Faro, Faro, Faro! This relaxed Algarve small town is must visit in Portugal. I was aware that it was a small town which might have few things to see and it just delivered that. I am the typical tourist type I have the unbelievable urge to see, experience and explore as many things as possible

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Madrid – 7 places to visit in a day

Madrid, Madrid, Madrid! I had literally squeezed this Capital of Spain in my schedule of 2017 summer trip.  I wanted to visit the place but had no idea how many days I want to commit to the place. But, I was glad that I visited the place even if it meant just for a day.  

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