Amazing Destinations Around The World
1. This view never gets old
Paris is undeniably one of the most beautiful cities in the world and the most visited receiving over 30 million visitors every year
2. For some reason, I find Bergen, Norway really fascinating
Sognefjorden is the largest fjord in Norway and the second largest in the world. It is the longest ice-free fjord in the world and stretches 205 km inland from the ocean
3. Somewhere between living and dreaming, there's Amsterdam. Is Amsterdam in your bucket list for 2022?
Amsterdam has the smallest house in Europe, The smallest house in Europe is in Amsterdam, and it is only 2.02 metres wide and 5 metres deep. However, while this is the smallest house, Amsterdam often surprises people by having a lot of very narrow and very tall buildings that front on to the canals.
These houses were built to evade property tax, as canal-front buildings were historically taxed based on their width – this meant that people usually tried to build the narrowest homes they could. In contrast to this, the widest home in Amsterdam is 22 metres wide, named The Trippenhuis, after the Trip Brothers who had it built
4. Tower Bridge & sunset moments are priceless
Tower Bridge is a Grade I listed combined bascule and suspension bridge in London, built between 1886 and 1894, designed by Horace Jones and engineered by John Wolfe Barry with the help of Henry Marc Brunel
5. Only 43 days and Christmas is here, and Amsterdam is already prepared
6. Portugal's beauty is never ending
Did you know that Portugal has a population of over 10 million people: 500,000 of them live in the capital and 2.8 million in the greater Lisbon Metropolitan area
7. Explore Railay Beach, Krabi, Thailand
Railay is an incredible Thai beach paradise, cut-off from the mainland by soaring cliffs. Railay boasts pristine beaches, a jungled-laden mountain coastline, and laidback vibes to keep relaxed yet many things to do to stay busy. Railay is what Thailand dreams are made of
8. Schnoorviertel, Bremen quarter, an architectural and historical gem in Bremen, northern Germany
Germany is a Western European country with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and North Sea beaches
Bremen, a picturesque city with over 1200 years of history situated along both sides of the River Weser, is one of Germany’s three city-states (along with Berlin and Hamburg). It is better known for its fairy-tale character and unique Expressionist quarter.
Stepping back in time, the idyllic Schnoor quarter, an old town district (Altstadtviertel) located at the heart of the city, combines architecture and history with entertainment, shops and places to eat. It is a maze of winding lanes lined with pretty little half-timbered houses and craft workshops dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries, and the only part of Bremen that has preserved a medieval character.
Named after its small but beautiful main street, the Schnoor quarter is accessible from all directions.
The name may allude to the fact that the houses are lined up like pearls on a string - Schnoor was taken from the Low German word “Snoor” for Schnur (meaning string). In the past this was one of Bremen’s poorest areas and was where Bremen’s fishing community resided.
Today, with its lovingly restored medieval architecture, cobbled streets and wide array of shops, cultural attractions, cafés and restaurants, the car-free district is popular with locals and visitors alike.
The New York Post hailed the Schnoor, the main road through the Schnoorviertel, as one of “The coolest streets around the world” in an online picture series. It was the only street in Europe to be featured.
According to the article, history buffs would rejoice in ambling around the winding lanes of this pretty little quarter, and it is the perfect place to shop for jewellery and crafts, browse galleries or simply get lost in a maze of old alleyways
9. These views through Mykonos, Greece, have me greekin’ out. Do you have any plans about the next summer holidays yet?
The Greek island of Mykonos Known for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear water, Mykonos is a popular tourist destination for people from all over the world. The island is also home to some of the most famous nightclubs in Europe, which draw partygoers from all over the continent
11. Burano island in Venetian Lagoon, at Italy
Is know for its brightly colored homes and lace work; It is also one of the top 10 most colourful cities in the world
12. Paris, city of love, always is in my heart. Are you planning to enjoy your Christmas in Paris?
Oh, Paris, the City of Love… Where do I begin? The majestic Eiffel Tower, the gorgeous twinkling city lights, the beautiful parks and riverside, the cute cafes and restaurants undoubtedly make Paris one of the most romantic cities in the whole wide world
13. The Iron Lady turning heads left and right
14. An evening in Paris, France
Paris is often called La Ville Lumière, the City of Light This interesting fact about Paris is known to many, but only a few people know why Paris gained the name of the City of Light. The name comes from the 17th century and the Age of Enlightenment. Intellectuals would flock to the city to share ideas and innovations, with these intellectuals being the “lights.”
15. Around Paris in 5 secs
16. Daydreaming about Copenhagen. Is Copenhagen on your 2022 bucket list?
Reputed to be happiest city in the world, Copenhagen is known for its canals, excellent food, Tivoli Gardens and for once being home to the children's writer, Hans C Andersen
17. Want an authentic and friendly Indonesian dinner in Amsterdam
Bamboo walls line this veteran restaurant serving Indonesian dishes including sharing-plate feasts
From @samseesworlddd via TT
18. When in doubt, follow your heart to Florence
19. Perfect timing. Have you ever seen been to iconic location? At Morant’s Curve, Banff, Alberta
Morant’s Curve is a scenic viewpoint near Lake Louise of a dramatic bend along the Bow River where trains pass through the Canadian Rockies. As trains pass around the bend they have a spectacular backdrop of the Lake Louise mountains and surrounding valley
20. Edinburgh hits different in the night mood
Over 90% of Scottish residents live in less than 5% of the country's area. There are over 900 islands in Scotland, according to the Scottish government
21. The perfect place for canoeing, at Ruka-Kuusamo, Finland
22. Today we showing you guys the magic of our planet. Location details below.
1. Soneva Fushi, Maldives
2. Crete, Greece
3. Seljalandsfoss, Iceland
4. Death Valley, California
5. Plansee, Austria
6. Dolomites, Italy
7. Ice Cave, Iceland
8. Seljalandsfoss, Iceland
9. Panorama Glass Lodge, Iceland
10. Honegg, Switzerland
11. Schäfler, Switzerland
12. Zakynthos, Greece
13. Panorama Glass Lodge, Iceland
14. Hochkönig, Austria
15. Annapurna Trail, Nepal
16. Ravello Italy
17. Aoraki, New Zealand
23. Time spent in the cabin in Vermont is never wasted
24. Chilling time at Boston