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Underrated European Destinations
Everyone knows about the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the gorgeous beaches in the south of France, the fantastic shopping paradises in Milan. However, there are plenty of other places in Europe that tourists often overlook. Here is a list of precious gems that you may avoid over-prices meals and long lines of people.
Guide to Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm’s good looks and fashion sense could almost be intimidating. But this city is an accessible beauty, as easy to explore as it is to love. Without a shadow of a doubt, Stockholm is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Built on no fewer than fourteen islands, where the fresh water of Lake Malaren meets the brackish Baltic Sea, clean air and open space are in plentiful supply here. One-third of the area within the city limits is made up of water, while another third comprises parks and woodlands. Surrounded by pristine forests and a vast archipelago. What’s not to love? As a result, the capital is one of Europe’s saner cities and a delightful place in which to spend time.
1 Day in Tokyo
Tokyo, the city that never sleeps. For first-timers, the hustle and bustle of Tokyo can be crazy and intimidating. Here is our short guide to help you navigate a day in the hectic city.
Lombok – Alluring island in the West of Nusa Tengga
Every year, million of tourists travel to Bali for a getaway and being the less famous island in the east of Bali, many places on Lombok is still untouched, therefore this place is also coined as the “unspoiled Bali”. Do take note though that just as any other cities in Indonesia, it is always advisable to drink from bottled mineral water than from the tap. With isolated beautiful beaches, enchanting waterfalls, large volcanoes, friendly and interesting people, tasty food and fantastic nature, Lombok is unmistakably a paradise.