With a profound amount of rich history, idyllic countrysides, quaint towns dressed in half-timber architecture, and jaw-dropping nightlife scenes, searching for the best things to do in Germany can be overwhelming. If you’re not keen on tourist-traps and checking off the obligatory sights, consider exploring the country's hidden gems. Here's a list of 10 spots that are off the beaten path yet quintessentially German. Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, Duisburg-Meiderich Taking a page out of Berghain’s book on repurposing old power plants, Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord is an abandoned coal and steel production plant beautifully redesigned as a public park to host festivals and sports events. Instead of ditching the past, the park’s designers sought to keep the site’s originality for its a
Smart tourists are the ones who prefer visit Europe in the cheapest time and it does not bring a huge burden to their pockets. It means that you should also consider visiting Europe in the cheapest time and make the most out of your Europe’s visit. Keep in mind that traveling expenses to his beautiful part of the world depend on seasons. For instance, the winter season is the least expensive for traveling to Europe and if you talk about summer so it is the high season. In the summer season, there are more charges for hotel services and the airfares are higher. Therefore, you need to make your budget accordingly. This write-up is worth reading for you as it guides you about the cheapest time for traveling to Europe hence you should consider reading it till the end. 1. Cheapest Time T
India is made up of 28 states, each with its own identity and history. Each of these states has one thing in common, the shared usage of the Indian Railways. With a track length of more than sixty-eight thousand kilometers, nearly each and every part of the country is touched by the railroads. With an evident divide in culture and history, it is hard for a singular organization to have complete control and keep in check of the entire railway network. In the early 1950s, it was decided that the state-owned railways will be merged into zonal divisions, each autonomous in operation but controlled by the Indian Railways. The initial 9 zones were further split into 8 more zones in the early 21st century, and as of now, there are 17 zones of the Indian Railways. One of the earlier split zone...
Whether you're an entrepreneur trying to share your breakthrough ideas with the world or a hardworking employee in sales, business travel is a big part of your life – a necessity. If you want to get the most out of your next business trip, go through these strategies to learn how to business travel efficiently. Think about traveling options As you already know, there are many ways to travel to certain destinations so before opting for one option you should consider all of them carefully. Make a list of advantages and disadvantages of the traveling option you chose and let it help you with your decision. Sometimes traveling longer (which is a budget-friendly option) to a destination can give you the opportunity to get more work done as a passenger. Do your research and choose the most e
There are only a few pilgrimages in India that are as popular and revered as the Kedarnath is. Thousands of people from near as well as far throng this place every year. Although most of the people visiting this shrine have a religious bend of mind, not all come here for a religious purpose. There are a lot of tourists who come to Kedarnath to experience the beauty that this place, located in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, is. If you are thinking of visiting some religious place sometime soon, then you can very well come to this destination for a never-before experience. If you have already visited Kedarnath, then you can pay a repeat visit too. A trip to Kedarnath is never boring or tedious, no matter how many times you come. Here are some of the most popular places of tourists’ inter
To travel is to live! That’s what these people vouch for. Who? Travel bloggers of course! They are people who took the passion of traveling to a whole new level. Be it mountains, desert or serene locales of azure waters, a travel blogger gives people some serious life goals. Here are 6 best travel blogs handled by some amazing globetrotters- The Wanderer Siddhartha Joshi goes by the label “The Wanderer” and has his name mentioned internationally in numerous newspaper, magazines, and websites. This traveler, designer, and photographer have traveled the world and offers complete itinerary on each one of his write-ups. The list includes Africa, Asia, United States, Europe, Australia, and India obviously. Anki on the Move Fed up with the daily schedule of 9 to 5 and want to make a
At age 5 I watched my brother drown and never come back, it wasn’t just devastating but it had left impacts in a way that I could never imagine. The episode of me drowning with him never really ended unless I stopped sleeping. Even with those sleepless nights, the thoughts came in like the same waves that took him. It’s been 10 years and the fear never really went away until one day. I have been trying to cope up with it for a long time, trying to not just sleep better but also feel better. To actually forgive me for not doing anything that day. If I had to describe my mind, I would signify it with one of those floods that wreck all the fields, all the boats, the voyages, the homes, the families. One of those sea storms that gulp in everything leaving no traces of existence. No matter h
"The land where God abides, the land where heaven on Earth lies, is my land India." From Leh and Ladakh to Udaipur and Gujarat, from Taj Mahal to Lotus Temple, from warm deserts of Rajasthan to holy river Ganga meeting Sunder bans delta, India has much to offer. But the question is, is it all acknowledged? Or you always miss the mesmerizing glare on the other side of the same street. Well, it's still not late to know the places you can rest your feet upon, and relax your mind before you get back to commutator's life again. Here goes the list: 1. Dawki, Meghalaya Shillong!! Ahh, the orchids dancing in your mind? Or the lovely weather? Or the wet ground? Or the energetic green around? Well, this must be your present view of the place but once you check out Dawki your feet will dance a...
Indian tourism is a fascinating journey and one of the fastest growing travel destinations in the world. The tourism sector provides more than 40 million career opportunities to both Indians and foreigners. Among important tourist states in India, Gujarat is one of the most idyllic locations in India. Pristine beaches, seaports, white desert lands, Buddhist caves, dense jungle areas, ancient citadels, trade and business industries, wildlife sanctuaries, cultural centers, and beautiful handicraft stores. Gujarat State, like many other Indian states, is a heterogeneous mixture of varied traditions. Some of the major cities in Gujarat include Ahmedabad, Bhavnagar, Udaipur, Jamnagar, Kutch, Navsari, Junagadh, and Kheda to name a few. Some highlighting features of the State: The very ...
Traveling is therapeutic and it opens your eyes to the possibilities in life. You meet different people, explore different cultures and see the world with a different perspective. But you’ve got to be equipped with the right tools, gadgets, and tech to better enjoy your trips. The biggest hurdles that we come across in a new country/region includes language, accommodation, itinerary planning/finding location and currency. While I have only touched bases of some of the problems, but these issues are mostly the top ones. So, here are some of the best smartphone apps for travellers that will assist you throughout your journey and will aid you to make better and informed decisions: 1- Google Translate If you’re an Android user and a traveller, you may already know about Google Translat