0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 StumbleUpon 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 Email — Filament.io 0 Flares × There were 8 films and 7 books that made the Harry Potter saga one of the best known and sold of all time. Since 2001, following the release of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in cinema, the saga of the wizard boy – a phenomenon in the bookstores – has established in a way that makes a market of its own: fans around the world required wands, extra books, and So many other things. In other words, the fans wanted to live Harry Potter.
The world phenomenon then marked places in the world that is a desire of every fan of Harry Potter to know, to live a little of that cosmos. We then decide to select the 5 most outstanding places that every fan of Harry Potter wants to know. Maybe it’s time to pack your bags and visit with cheap tickets to Edinburgh, then?
Leavesden Studios The famous Leavesden studios, where Warner Bros. is presently located; Tour: The Making of Harry Po..
Spain’s Most Fantasized Locations You Should Check Out Europe is the dream, isn’t it? Maybe not for Europeans but for all those who have not been there. People all around the world would confess their desire to see the lovely streets of Paris, Barcelona, Rome, London, Vatican City, Athens, Ibiza,and countless other locations so much. Of course, Europe has it all. The modernity, the sophistication, the greenery, the environment. Although getting to Europe is not as easy as it used to be, considering the kind of security check systems they have in place at the terminals and checkpoints. However, it still doesn’t stop tourists and visitors from trying to get in.
The First Place to Go: When you make the trip, you would want to make sure that you start with the most popular and entertaining location first. A few places to consider for a starting point are Spain’s Madrid or Granada. Although not the most favorite first choice, but surely the most recommended one is Madrid’s tour ar..
Spending this Valentine’s Day on your own? Although it can be hard to avoid starry-eyed romantics during the mushiest time of the year, don’t let that derail your plans for a sun-soaked getaway. It may seem like most resorts cater to couples and families, but there are plenty of hot spots for solo travel—simply follow our lead!
Secrets Playa Mujeres Golf & Spa Resort is an upscale adults-only all-inclusive close to Cancun’s most popular tourist beach, yet worlds away from its frenzied vibe. Avoid over-the-top PDA by booking an oceanfront suite with its own private dipping pool and whirlpool bathtub, not to mention its broad expanse of pristine beach. 24/7 room service means you’ll never have to leave your sweet digs if you choose not to, but you’ll likely be tempted by the resort’s stellar spa, fabulous a la carte dining and lively on-site nightlife.
A tiny island on which monkeys actually outnumber people, Nevis makes up for its size by extending as warm a w..READ MORE
If you’re in the market for some rest and relaxation, you’re in good company… According to a 2018 Travel Trends survey from AARP, 49% of Baby Boomers say they travel to relax and rejuvenate—an 11% increase from last year’s survey, while 47% of respondents say their goal for traveling is to get away from everyday life.
Here are five of our favorite destinations to inspire your next R&R vacation:
Hawaii Where better to spend a relaxing trip than on the sunny beaches of Hawaii? Dip your toes in the ocean, work on your tan, treat yourself to a spa day, read that book that’s been calling your name, and sip on a Piña Colada during a classic Hawaiian luau. If you want to get out, you can go on a whale watching cruise, play a round of golf on any of Hawaii’s abundant courses, take a helicopter ride above rainforests and volcanoes, or enjoy a scenic drive along the legendary Road to Hana.
Burgundy & Provence
Home of the world’s finest Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, country villas, and lavender ..
Paris, London, Dublin, Madrid, Venice. These are some big names when it comes to European travel. We’re sure most can be found at the top of your dream-destination bucket list. Plus, there’s good reason travel experts will point you to these cities; they’re all absolutely incredible places. When you step away from the larger cities, though, you can find yourself in small villages, learning of forgotten traditions, and on your own journey of personal discovery.
Okay, so perhaps you’ve already seen the big cities and you’re ready for something new. Or maybe your style of travel is a little more “off the beaten path” than “must-see bucket list destinations.” We know you’re looking for something a little different from your European travels. So, here are our top ten destinations for exploring another side of Europe, what we like to think of as its “best-kept secrets”.
One look at the welcoming façade of Porto and you’ll be awed. A respected spot for foodies, this Portu..
Most Eurail trips are about the good times. All day sightseeing, late night parties, spontaneous detours and dramatic scenery. But many European countries have complex pasts punctuated by war, famine, natural disaster and genocide. Some of these sites are still open to the public, either as a memorial or as a way of educating visitors about the dire history, or humankind’s ability to overcome adversity. If you approach them in the right manner — with the necessary respect and sensitivity — these sites can leave a lasting impression and add significant depth to your Eurail journey.
Auschwitz, Poland Nazi Germany built many concentration camps throughout Europe during World War II. Auschwitz, built on Polish land annexed by the Nazis, is perhaps the best known of these. It’s possible to visit both Auschwitz and nearby Birkenau on a guided tour with a knowledgable guide. The experience is understandably jarring, but serves as a valuable reminder of just how horrendous this period of hist..
There’s much more to Valentine’s Day than just flowers, chocolates and clichés. If the typical weekend in Paris doesn’t do it for you, here are our suggestions for alternative Valentine’s Day destinations that guarantee a trip to remember, whether you’re coupled up or riding solo.
6 Alternative Valentine’s Day Destinations Budapest, Hungary Hungary’s capital is home to cheap drinks, buzzing nightlife and some pretty epic architecture. Take a walking tour and learn about the two sides to the city, then walk the Danube Promenade and enjoy the views.
When night falls, head to the city center’s famous ruin bars, set up in war-damaged buildings, and mingle with visitors to the city from all over the world.
Berlin, Germany With history lurking around every corner, endless fascinating architecture and an abundance of abandoned warehouse clubs, Berlin is not your typical romantic experience.
Be sure to visit the Kreuzberg area: it has a counter-culture vibe that makes for an interesting ha..
This month's Pathfinders round-up includes a rundown of Prague's top attractions © Roman Borodaev / Shutterstock For many of us the first month of the year can often be a sleepy one, slipping by before we’ve even had chance to ponder potential holiday plans. This is not the case for our globetrotting Pathfinders community, however, who have wasted no time embarking on a miscellany of exciting adventures, from hiking hair-raising trails in Spain to uncovering the highlights of Prague.
To inspire you to kick-start your own 2019 travel plans, here’s a selection of our favourite blog posts, Instagram snaps and video content produced by our Pathfinders in January.
Best of the blogs The Coral Gardener of Caramoan – Richard Collett
Richard's post focuses on his experience meeting an inspiring tour guide from the Caramoan Islands © Alexpunker / Shutterstock Why we like it: regardless of how breathtaking a destination may be, it is often the people we meet on the road that mak..
Europe Published on February 14, 2019 | by Andrea Guerriero
Eurotrip – 7 cities in 7 Days Planning a seven-day Europtrip might not be as difficult as some believe, especially with so many beautiful destinations and diverse ways of transportation. If you want to have an ultimate adventure and catch a glimpse of the best places in Europe, check out the following seven cities in seven days itinerary.
Bucharest, Romania Eastern Europe is now on every traveller’s must-visit list, and Bucharest is undoubtedly a fantastic choice if you want to explore this part of the continent, as well as a great way to start a memorable Eurotrip. There are plenty of interesting things to do in Romania’s capital. Begin with visiting the House of Parliament, the second largest administrative building in the world. Then, get closer to the Romanian traditions while wandering around the open-air Village Museum, and enjoy a relaxing walk in Herastrau Park. Indulge in the delicious Romanian food at the famous ..READ MORE