Istanbul is a charming existence in Eurasia straddling the Bosphorus Strait between Europe and Asia. Taking a boat trip towards the Black Sea is an experience of “Europe on the left and Asia on the right”:). Must see places in the city includes museums, palaces, mosque and historic tram line!
The Lake District, actually (to me), doesn’t have many “one-of-a-kind”, unique, or iconic attractions compared to any other English towns in England; however it has a subtle beauty and a poetic quality that inspired countless artists, poets, writers, and basically everyone who visited the region or called it home. The artists have made a concerted effort and made this place romantic.
Norway – a country famous for its breathtaking scenery in nature: Fjords, alpine mountains, cliffs, waterfalls, northern lights, and so much more. What is so special about glacier hiking?
A unique feature in Iceland is the waterfalls. Not only they are stunning to look at, but also many of them have fascinating folk mythologies. Waterfalls, in Icelandic, are ‘foss’ – weirdly, many Icelandic folklores are dark and spooky…