Where no one expected to Elena Erkhova ever travel the world, she suddenly decided to go for it when she was 91 years old.
If you’re looking for a sunset of a lifetime, here are 10 of the world’s best sunset spots ever.
Let’s imagine that in 2021 this pandemic will be over, life will be returning to normal and hopefully, we’ll be able to travel again. What’s the first place you’d want to do?
So let’s take a look at some pretty doors around the world and fantasize about who lives behind it and what is their home like…
Many of us love cities for their personality, cultural life, and entertainment. However, there are a lot of gorgeous looking villages in the world that will make your heart skip a beat with their magnificent beauty.
We know a lot of grand buildings and fascinating structures from the past that still bewilder us nowadays, but modern architecture also has a few wonders of its own. Now we have all the resources and materials needed to build the most mind-blowing concepts – from quirky futuristic hotels to mind-boggling libraries and shopping mall designs.
London is massive and beautiful and there’s no way in hell you can explore all of in a span of a week or 2. But here are some London tourist destinations that are so good even the locals love them.
More and more travellers are interested in sustainability and opt for trips that mean something, especially given all the recent climate-change headlines and nature disasters. Here are 2020’s top travel trends that will hit it big in the new year.
Thailand is amazing. Once you’ve been there, you will always long to return. This country has so many hidden gems that you just can’t get enough of it.
. Located in the mountainous region of Siberia, Russia, Lake Baikal is around 25 million years old and is considered to be the deepest lake on the planet. It also contains 20% of the world’s freshwater, which means Baikal is not simply big, it’s actually quite huge! It is also one of the most beautiful places on Earth as you are about to see for yourself.