1. Santorini beautifully captured today
The island was re-shaped after a huge eruption of the volcano that occurred in the 17th century B.C. and shaped the breathtaking caldera
2. Night calm in Rome is so magical. Did you visit it before ?
Meaning of its name ‘Navona’
During the time the stadium was built by Domitian, the Romans went there to watch ‘agones’ or games, the reason it came to be known as Circus Agonalis. Over so many years, its name changed to Avone, then to Navone, and finally Navona. The possible reason for this name could be that Navona means ‘big ship’ which could refer to the flooding of the area that used to take place in the stadium to hold mock naval battles.
But during the Renaissance period, it was flooded on weekends to provide a cooling-off spot for the Romans to help them escape the scorching summer heart
3. We share a stunning place to get the most perfect croissant, at L'Amour du Pain, Vienna, Austria
Croissants are undoubtedly the most common and popular French pastry worldwide. The dough in croissants is layered with butter and folded over many times. This process called “laminating” gives croissants their famous layered and flaky texture. The key to delicious croissants is using high-quality butter
4. Today we sharing the most beautiful zip line in the world. At Carleton Lodge, Whistler, Canada
A must-do for your trip to Whistler is a zip lining tour!
The most exhilarating and the most beautiful zip line experience we have ever had was the Ziptrek tour in Whistler! Literally fly like an eagle over the Fitzsimmons Valley between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains and take in the utterly breathtaking views. We never knew you could zip line in the snow and when we discovered Ziptrek we knew we HAD to do this. And we are so glad we did! It was truly the most magical experience maybe EVER
We did The Eagle Tour which features 5 zip lines and 4 treetop bridges. Experience spectacular panoramic views of Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains as you cross treetop suspension bridges and sky high viewing platforms that connect the ziplines in the old- growth rainforest!
We also absolutely loved learning from our guides all about the rainforest that the zip lines are located in and their sustainability efforts in preserving the beautiful forests of BC including:
🌿Not cutting down trees to create their course
🌿Building using naturally rot resistant woods to eliminate the routine use of chemicals
🌿Using solar panels to harness energy
Go check out ‘Ziptrek Ecotours Whistler’ for your next adventure in Whistler!
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5. Lisbon is picture-perfect
It is a city known for its food, nightlife, colorful buildings, fado music, and friendly locals. Lisbon is also one of the oldest cities in Western Europe, with a history of 2,700 years. Due to its excellent trading location, the Phoenicians settled in Lisbon around 1200 BC
6. ‘Calypso’, at Iceland
Did you know that if you sailed directly south of this black beach, you would chase the horizon all the way until you saw the icy coast of Antarctica? No land will get in your way...just thousands of miles of endless chilling and wild ocean.
7. Swiss trains run like clockwork. Is Switzerland in your bucket list?
“In a country where peace prevails in every corner, everything looks prettier, calmer and wiser!” – Mehmet Murat İldan
Swiss trains run like clockwork—in fact, Switzerland arguably has the most reliable train network in Europe. You can essentially get just about anywhere quickly and efficiently on the train and the views can’t be beaten (especially on the scenic routes)
8. We showing you guys EPIC contrasting perspectives of the land of fire and ice
Iceland got its nickname as the Land of Fire and Ice because of its unique terrain of volcanoes and glaciers, which makes it a travel destination that attracts visitors from all across the world
9. Aerial shot of Pulkkilanharju Ridge
It is a beautiful ridge in the middle of lake Päijänne, Part of Päijänne National Park , The ridge is 8 km long and consists of islands that are connected with two bridges
10. There's no time to be bored in a world as beautiful as this, at Iceland
11. A mini Switzerland in France. Have you ever been to Chamonix?
Chamonix is well known for its proximity to Mont Blanc, Chamonix is one of the oldest resorts in France, boasting spectacular scenery, world-renown skiing and mountains of activities
12. Pretty Sunset View From Toronto, Canada
Toronto, the capital of the province of Ontario, is a major Canadian city along Lake Ontario’s northwestern shore. It's a dynamic metropolis with a core of soaring skyscrapers, all dwarfed by the iconic, free-standing CN Tower
13. The wierd and fun museum in Japan. Is this in your bucket list?
14. The most common questions about travelling to Japan
15. Around the Tsukiji fish market, Japan
16. Come to Japan!
17. Most people see tempura as cheap food. But it can be elevated and perfectly crafted too!
This is my first tempura omakase and it’s such an honor to have such a talented Legend cooks for me. I highly recommend this omakase experience. Light and not oily.
18. In for the thrill with this! Awesome drop
Skiing combines the great outdoor air with physical activity and some sunshine exposure that many people forget about. The physical aspect is obvious, however many individuals, especially those that have never skied before, may not realize how much brain power goes into the sport. Skiing is a proprioceptive activity
19. Obsessed with this EPIC view. Tag your travel buddy! At Nam Xay Viewpoint, Vang Vieng, Lao
Nam Xay Viewpoint in Vang Vieng is the best spot for one of Laos’s most breathtaking views. From the top, you will get unbeatable views of jagged limestone cliffs, lush forests and rice fields. After a 30 minute intermediate hike, you will reach the top, where you are almost guaranteed peace and quiet, as well as an amazing photo opportunity with a motorbike, which was mysteriously placed there by the locals
20. Sunrise in Mexico is something else, at Bacalar lake
The lake of Bacalar is one of the most stunning spots in the Riviera Maya – and there are seven reasons why. The lengthy, narrow lake is comprised of no less than seven different shades of blue. With its white limestone bottom, the water is famously clear, and is an excellent place for diving, snorkeling and swimming
21. Tent view with your small family is everything
Green is “zen.” Research shows that first-hand experience with nature, like those at camp, reduce stress in children and help them better handle stress in the future.
In addition to teaching children how to be good stewards of the environment, camps are teaching children how to enjoy the world around them and take a minute to breathe deep and feel the nature, which ultimately teaches them how to de-stress the natural way
22. Things to do and places in Barcelona you can't miss
1- Visit Ciutadella Park
2- CaixaForum Museum
3- Visit La Sagrada Familia
4- Ohla hotel rooftop
5- Try Sushi buffet
6- Watch the sunset at the Bunkers
From @ordatwins @natalia_orda @jugiix TT
23. Waking up in Italy. Tag someone you want to travel to Italy with
Liguria is the original source of pesto, one of the most popular sauces in Italian cuisine, made with fresh basil, pine kernels, olive oil, garlic and Parmesan cheese
24. Winter wonderland in Switzerland
Zermatt is most famous for the Matterhorn and, in particular, its historic first summit by Edward Whymper on the 14th of July 1865. The race to become the first to climb the pyramidal peak gave the small farming town global recognition and slowly it developed into the town we know today