At some point in the future, you will be considering your next summer holiday, and like everyone else you’ll be faced with a difficult decision in regard to your eventual destination. There is of course a whole world of possibilities out there just waiting to be explored, and it may take you some time to finally settle on one specific option, especially if you have a large family and a subsequent diverse number of opinions.
If you’ve ever been to London before, then it’s likely that you’ve seen many a play, church, statue, museum, art gallery… there are so many attractions in the capital of England that it’s often hard to pick a favourite, or even fit everything into a single trip. But there are some locations off the beaten track that general tourist guides won’t hint at or tell you about at all, so we thought we’d suggest some that might be of interest to you.
Prague has a fast growing reputation as one of the tourist hotspots of Europe at the moment. Since it emerged from behind the Iron Curtain in what is now known as the Velvet Revolution, Prague has gained a reputation of a must-see city and has seen an influx of western tourists.
Welcome to Berlin, the capital city of Germany. It’s also its largest city with a population of over 3.5 million residents. First time visitors will be pleased to learn that Berlin is more than the hustle and bustle of the city, as a third of it is composed of parks, forests, gardens, lakes and rivers. Bus trips are a common choice for tourists seeking to savor the several tourist attractions. Some buses even contain commentaries that guide the visitors and suggest the attractions they can visit.