Best destinations for beer lovers: brewery tours, tastings and craft brews

Whether you consider yourself a beer expert or just a simple beer lover, drinking a pint (or two) at one of the best beer destinations in the world should be in your travel plans. Enjoy Belgian beer during Brussels beer tours or go to the Heineken Experience in Amsterdam. Some cities are best known for … Continue reading Best destinations for beer lovers: brewery tours, tastings and craft brews

Amazing infinity pools around the world

For your next relaxing getaway, spend copious amounts of time poolside admiring Switzerland’s snow-capped mountains, meadows and valleys, panoramic views of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park or Bali’s terraced rice paddies. Here we present nine of the best infinity pools around the world, to help you decide where to go next. What exactly is an infinity … Continue reading Amazing infinity pools around the world

Nuad Thai, traditional Thai massage

Inscribed in 2019 (14.COM) on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity (UNESCO) Nuad Thai, traditional Thai massage is regarded as part of the art, science and culture of traditional Thai healthcare. As a non-medicinal remedy and manual therapy, it involves bodily manipulation in which the practitioner helps rebalance the patient’s body, … Continue reading Nuad Thai, traditional Thai massage

21 Underrated Beaches Around the World

Everyone knows the Caribbean is one of the best places to sit back and relax on gorgeous white-sand beaches. But turns out, beaches can be diverse, too. Whether it be the volcanic black sand beaches of Iceland or Hormuz Island's so-called rainbow beach in Iran, here's a list of the world's best, albeit off the … Continue reading 21 Underrated Beaches Around the World

Super Nintendo world theme park set to open in Japan on february 4, 2021

Universal Studios has announced the grand opening on february 4, 2021, of the Super Nintendo world theme park in Osaka, Japan. The park will bring to life a highly themed and immersive land hosting Nintendo’s legendary worlds, characters and adventures. Guests will be able to experience their favorite video games, including Mario kart and Yoshi-themed … Continue reading Super Nintendo world theme park set to open in Japan on february 4, 2021

21 great Greek travel ideas for 2021

While there’s no guarantee that 2021 will bring any more certainty than the dismal year we’re soon to (thankfully) discard, a new calendar year means it’s time to start planning. Greece is brimming with possibilities that stretch beyond the classic sea and sun holiday. With hundreds of islands and mountains galore, pretty much anywhere the … Continue reading 21 great Greek travel ideas for 2021

12 ways to reduce your carbon emissions when traveling

With the travel industry responsible for 8% of total global emissions, every action you take to curb your carbon is worthwhile. Here are some things to consider ahead of your next trip. 1.Fly smart. If you fly, reduce in-flight emissions by choosing a carbon-efficient airline, a direct flight and a seat in coach (economy) class … Continue reading 12 ways to reduce your carbon emissions when traveling

New cultural practices added to the UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage list in 2020

As many as 32 cultural practices have been added to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) list of intangible cultural heritage this year. As of now, the committee boasts of 584 traditions that feature on the list from 131 countries. As per the reports, some of the practices that have been added … Continue reading New cultural practices added to the UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage list in 2020

The Little Town of Bethlehem Has a Surprising History

Bethlehem has been the subject of countless carols and Nativity plays, but the real story of the little town is far more complex. Bethlehem had a long history even before it became known as the site of Jesus Christ’s birth. Now it sits at the heart of the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. Bethlehem … Continue reading The Little Town of Bethlehem Has a Surprising History

DESTINATION: ROMANIA: ‘The Living Fire’ of Andreiasu de Jos, Vrancea County’s wonder of nature

In the Mountains of Vrancea, approximately 37 kilometres from Focsani, on the Milcov River course, in an area including localities with resonant names (Mera, Reghiu, Tulnici), but unpopulated, a few tens of thousands Romanian and foreign tourists go to the centre of Andreiasu de Jos Commune, where, right under the lower limit of a very … Continue reading DESTINATION: ROMANIA: ‘The Living Fire’ of Andreiasu de Jos, Vrancea County’s wonder of nature