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World’s Most Beautiful Landscapes in One Breathtaking Video



The EdisProduction did an amazing job creating the video compilation of earth most beautiful scenes from Youtube in last few months. You will have chance to enjoy in 6 minutes of beautiful HD scenes from all around the globe. The video is great opportunity to check out the ideal places and tourist attractions for 2013 summer. There are many destinations you can book for the upcoming summer holiday during this cold winter days.



Karijini National Park, Western Australia

Karijini National Park is a National Park centred in the Hamersley Ranges of the Pilbara region in northwestern Western Australia. It is just north of the Tropic of Capricorn, approximately 1,055 kilometres (656 mi) from the State’s capital city, Perth. Formerly known as Hamersley National Park, it was renamed in 1991.

The park is most notable for its four prominent gorges marked by waterfalls and water holes. Klein Crater is not part of the national park but is due south of the national park, just off the Great Northern Highway.  The park’s wildlife includes red kangaroos, euros, wallaroos, echidnas, geckos, goannas, bats, legless lizards and a large variety of birds and snakes, including pythons….

The Look from Dead Sea Jordanian Shore Cave

If you think you see the ice on the picture you are wrong. The above picture has been taken from the cave placed near the Zara Spring on Jordanian Shore located in the Dead Sea. The dead sea is famous as world biggest lake with more than 1000ft bellow the sea level. The lake itself is 42miles long and 11 miles wide, bordering Jordan and Israel on the sides. Another fun fact about dead lake is the salt density of 1200kg/L which makes swimming similar to floating…

The photograph has been taken by George Steinmetz.

Kirstenbosch Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway

The Centenary Tree Canopy Walkway is a new curved steel and timber bridge that winds and dips its way through and over the trees of the Arboretum. Inspired by a snake skeleton, and informally called ‘The Boomslang‘ (meaning tree snake), it is a low-maintenance, low-impact sculptural raised walkway.

The Walkway takes the visitor from the forest floor into and through the trees and bursts out above the canopy, giving spectacular panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountains, Garden and Cape Flats.

Easter in Tuscany

With Easter fast approaching Italy is the perfect place to visit around this time of year to enjoy mild temperatures and fine food and wine. Tuscany is top on the list of many, being one of the country’s most beautiful and culture crammed areas with plenty to offer over the Easter period. Here are 3 reasons why:

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1. Scoppio del Carro Festival

Translated to mean “explosion of the cart”, Florence’s first major festival of the year is held on Easter Sunday to celebrate the ancient crusade of 1099. During this fascinating festival, an enormous antique cart is pulled by two oxen, dressed up in garlands of flowers for the occasion, from the Porta al Prato to the Piazza del Duomo. The cart, carrying a substantial pile of fireworks is accompanied by 150 soldiers, musicians, and people in 15th century dress. During midday mass, the pile is ignited via an elaborate wiring system which sends an object representing a dove speeding down from the high altar. The “dove” sets alight the fireworks after which ensues an impressive show lasting 20 minutes. To mark the occasion the bells of Giotto’s campanile ring out throughout the whole procession.  As bizarre as this Easter festivity sounds, you have to see it to believe it!

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2. Top Florence Attractions

Florence, former capital of Italy, has a lot to offer all year round. Walk around the center of the city and chance upon the Galleria degli Uffizi, Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria and breathe the ancient renaissance’s atmosphere. Moreover, if you are really interested in tasting new flavours and traditional cuisine, Florence and Tuscany have delicious recipes and wines: the countryside around Florence is plenty of “Agriturismi” and “trattorie”, where you can try typical “Bistecca alla fiorentina”, that is a porterhouse steak, or taste the most famous Italian wines such as Chianti or Brunello di Montalcino.

Florence is a great city in which to stay in an apartment, using it as your base from which to explore the city and its surrounding landmarks. Don’t miss the huge selection that Oh-Florence.com has all over the city.

3. Tuscan Treasures

But there is more to Tuscany than just Florence: you can reach other amazing cities, plenty of landmarks and monuments such as the Torre di Pisa, Siena’s Piazza del Campo and San Gimignano historical center, three sites included in the world heritage list of UNESCO.

Why not also spend a day in the bucolic hills of Tuscany where it is possible to relax, drinking Chianti in little sips while you are enjoying a breath-taking panorama or participate to the mountain- bike competition “Colline Toscane” if you are a sportsman.

Check out Sydney Art Festival this Month

This month, Sydney Festival is kicking off again with new artwork and performances from all over the world. Sydney Festival 2013, which takes place January 5 through 17, will be hosting many famous and novice artists to share with the public. There is music, visual arts, theatre, music theatre, family events, and much more to choose from. Some of the musical guests are: Lianne La Havas (Famous Spiegeltent), Los Coronas, Sharon Van Etten, and Darkside.

There are also fun places to go for both the young and old. Visit The Megaphone Project, which is where 25 megaphones of different shapes, colors, and sizes become a fun-sound playground for many to enjoy. Shout or sing into the megaphone and the voices return through a wireless audio network. Basically, one is creating their own musical performance. It is a free project that takes place January 19-20 and then, January 22-26. More info can be found at
http://www.sydneyfestival.org.au/2013/Family/The-Megaphone-Project/.

 

Sydney Festival’s new modern summer home for music is called Paradiso at Town Hall. Paradiso at Town Hall plays music back-to-back from national and international bands and DJs. It is a great place to meet people after work or prior to a show. The Paradiso Bar is open at 5:30 PM with hot, light meals available. For more information, go to www.sydneyfestival.org.au.

This post was sponsored, but opinions are my own

Top Sights and Sounds of Dublin

Dublin is eternally cheerful. It’s a bubbly city that’s full of quirky customs, great sights, big sounds and bags of personality. It has a fascinating heritage that shines through in a myriad of different ways, from its Viking roots and medieval architecture to its brewing history, courtesy of Arthur Guinness himself – all of which is re-told through a superb collection of museums and entertaining tours.

 

High on the hit-list of any visitor to Dublin must be a trip to the Guinness Storehouse. Described by Lonely Planet as “the beer-lover’s Disneyland”, this is a fun-filled tour of the history behind Ireland’s famous black beverage and an educational walk-through of the full brewing process. Explore the old grain storehouse and make your way through the visitor centre’s seven storeys as it winds around an attractive central atrium. Reward yourself at the top in the aptly named Gravity Bar, where you can enjoy a pint of black gold with a stunning panoramic view of the city. Even if you’re not a fan of Guinness, the views at the top are well worth tagging along for.

 

Another must-do activity in Dublin is the Viking Splash Tour. The tour starts on land in an amphibious bus-cum-boat which, led by a team of eternally cheerful wise-cracking guides, makes its way around the city past such sights as St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Dublin Docklands, and various historic sights from the Viking, Medieval and Georgian eras. Then it’s straight into the River Liffey for a tour from the water. Cheesy it most certainly is, but it’s also a lot of fun.

 

When it comes to nightlife, Dublin is second to none. Check out the traditional pubs in Temple Bar, and make your way around the bright lights from one cheerful venue and live music session to the next. Café en Seine comes highly recommended. It’s a bustling place with a penchant for live music, ranging from jazz to big band swing, and promises plenty of exuberance to get your night off to a great start.

 

For somewhere to rest your head, try the Travelodge Dublin hotel. It offers a no-frills stay that’s perfect for budget-conscious travellers – it’s based within its own grounds in leafy Castleknock so you won’t be disturbed by all-night revellers.

Whatever you do here, you’ll soon find that Dublin is one of those places that once experienced is never forgotten – so don’t expect this trip to be your last…

The Autumn in Switzerland




We all know that Switzerland is the land with world’s most beautiful nature. We also know that summer is finished a while ago and that Autumn has been started. When you join those two you get the beautiful natural scenery and breathtaking Switzerland environment. In case you are planning the  trip to the Geneva or Zurich Switzerland in Autumn is probably the best choose. It is not so cold, yet mountains are full with snow and you will be able to both hike and ski.

 



Discover the Beauty and Charm of Beautiful Prague



Having come about as one of Europe’s finest locations, Prague is bringing in a lot of guests to its enchanting streets and exciting environment every year.

 

Filled with church domes, museums, cathedrals and bridges, the architectural mastery in Prague is believed to be among the best seen in Europe, and it is not difficult to find out why. The city has turned into a extremely popular destination in  Europe, due to its number of attractions and activities. Another reason why people visit the town is the stunning Prague Castle which dates many centuries back and it is full of history.

 

Actually, the centre of Prague has become chosen a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and the city is currently home to about 1.2 million people. It is also mostly regarded as a ‘walkable’ location, where guests do not have to depend a lot on other types of transport. But while there is a lot to do and see in Prague, guests might want to take a extended stay in the city than initially intended. Probably the most popular location is Prague Castle, that goes up above the city and it is one among the greatest historic castles in the world.

 

The city is split into the New Town and Old Town, with lots of exciting sights on both sides. The Old Town has a wide variety of historical structures such as the Town Hall, the old Estate Theatre and the Astronomical Clock. Wenceslas Square is placed in The New Town, and that is a centre for numerous restaurants, shops and stalls. In addition, the National Museum, arcades and parks can be found on the New Town area.

 

Charles Bridge is another attraction in the city, as it extends over the river and it is considered one of Prague’s most breath taking sights. The bridge is quite busy throughout the day, where site visitors can find entertainment and tradesmen.

 

People trying to find a museum to understand more about the history of the Czech Republic and Prague will not be dissatisfied: the City Gallery, Museum of Fine Arts and the National Museum can be found in Prague. And, if you’re looking for a thing a bit different then you will find jazz performances and theatres, night time boat tours, to experience.

 

While Prague is recognized as a classic destination, the city does feature a lot of contemporary amenities. Along with ancient architecture and hotels, there are also many modern sites to spend the night, like short stay serviced apartments, as an example.



Sorrento, Italy


For people planning their trip to Italy you will be able to see the country that is filled with many natural splendor, helpful native residents, exciting places to visit as well as a variety of fascinating towns and cities you could check out to your heart’s content. One particular town you may enjoy checking out is the Sorrento. It will be easy to locate this tiny town in the Campania area of The southern area of Italy. Because of the quite a few contemporary features located in this town together with the closeness to the Mediterranean Sea Sorrento is a well-liked visitor place to go for many individuals across the globe.

In the area of Sorrento it is possible to travel with ease to nearby towns and islands because it is near to Amalfi, Positano, Ischia, Capri, Pompeii and Naples. In combination with going to those other towns you can find Sorrento offers you a great look at numerous avenues in the town of Naples that could be evidently noticed over the bay. Additional places you will be enthralled to see are those of the island of Capri as well as the still active Mount Vesuvius.