Mastering Mt. Fuji in 24 Hours: Your Essential One-Day Sightseeing Guide

Mount Fuji is known as the most famous volcano in Japan, so you cannot travel to Japan without seeing it. This impressive volcano, shaped like a perfect cone, is the highest in Japan and is considered sacred. It appears in countless paintings and for hundreds of years people have been climbing the mountain. In the past, they climbed as part of a religious ceremony and today, as a tourist attraction.We recommend…

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Winter Adventure in Japan: An 18-Day Itinerary Through Tokyo, Kyoto, and Beyond

Embarking on a winter journey to Japan is a magical experience, especially when December wraps the landscapes of Christmas decorations everywhere. Although most Japanese have no religious significance to Christmas, the Japanese are happy to welcome the holiday. Whoever walks the streets of the big cities in December, will see the houses and shops decorated with multi-colored lighting, Christmas trees, and Christmas decorations. In many stores, there are special offers and…

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7-Day Unforgettable Family Vacation in Tyrol and Salzburg, Austria

General information Austria is a beautiful country in Central Europe offering breathtaking alpine views, vibrant cultural offerings, enchanted castles, and much more. Currency: The official currency of Austria is the Euro (€). You can easily exchange your currency at banks, exchange offices, or ATMs.Language: German serves as the official language in Austria. However, English is widely spoken, especially in tourist areas. English should generally be sufficient.Weather: Austria experiences a temperate climate…

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Best 10-Days Itinerary To The Netherlands With Kids

The Netherlands is a great destination for a fun holiday in Europe. It is well suited to urban vacation or romantic recreation on the one hand and on the other is one of the top destinations for family vacations with kids.  The Netherlands has a relatively small area, most of it plain and you can enjoy a variety of attractions such as visiting cheese markets, theme parks, historical places, and…

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A Day Tour from Bangkok: Discovering the History and Culture of Ayutthaya Temples

Ayutthaya is an UNESCO World Heritage site located around 1 hour and 30 minutes- drive from Bangkok. The city of Ayutthaya served as the capital of the Kingdom of Siam and a thriving international trade hub from 1350 to 1767 before it was destroyed by the Burmese army. Ayutthaya is home to some of the most ancient and beautiful temples in the world. These temples, built between the 14th and…

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Discovering Northern Thailand: A 2-Week Itinerary for Bangkok, Chiang Mai, and Chiang Rai

Thailand is one of the most visited countries. It provides visitors with a fascinating world, full of adventures, pleasures, and an atmosphere of freedom. There is something for everyone in Thailand. You can experience the vibrant nightlife in Bangkok, explore the ancient temples and ruins in Chiang Mai, and relax on the tropical beaches of Phuket and Koh Samui.The Thai culture is influenced by Buddhism, which can be seen in…

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11 Great Reasons Why You Should Visit Valladolid Mexico

Valladolid is located in the Yucatán peninsula, about a 2-hour drive from Cancun, and it is slowly becoming a popular travel destination. Valladolid is one of Mexico’s pueblos magicos (Mexico’s magic towns), and it is also considered one of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico.  Valladolid is definitely a hidden gem and it became one of our favorite places in Yucatan. This small city is authentic and unique with…

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10-Days Best Yucatan Peninsula Itinerary

The Yucatan Peninsula lies in the southeastern part of Mexico and has borders with Belize and Guatemala. The peninsula stretches to the northeast, on the north is the Gulf of Mexico and on the east, is the Caribbean Sea. To be honest, we didn’t originally plan to travel to Yucatan as it is a long journey from where we live. However, with the Covid-19 situation, we found Mexico as the…

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