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  • January 30, 2015
    The top 20 safest cities are…

    Based on the factors like digital security, health security, infrastructure and personal safety, Safe Cities Index 2015 has ranked Tokyo as the safest city in the world. With an estimated 38 million people living in Tokyo, it is also the most populous city on Earth. Just following Tokyo are Singapore, Osaka, Stockholm and Amsterdam. Last […]

  • September 23, 2014
    30 filthiest tourist attractions of the world

    We all love clean and nice places to visit, but there are some that are unique but not so clean. From all the filthy places in the world, picked 30 of them and out together an infographic for you. So if you fancy walking barefoot in rat-infested temple, visiting museum where cockroaches are dressed […]

  • June 7, 2014
    The best World Cup football and travel video

    The FIFA World Cup starts in Rio de Janeiro next week and Montreal-based filmmaker Guillaume Blanchet has created “Bounce,” that follows the two-year long journey in various places around the globe bouncing his football, freestyle. Watch the video to see the splendid destinations flash by.

  • April 1, 2014
    Why traveling around the world is beneficial for you

    There is much all around the world to learn and know, but the need is to take out some time. Journey around the world let us get close with the different societies and cultures. We came to know about different people and their living styles and much more. In the following lines the same aspects […]

  • January 21, 2014
    Seek the confluence points

    People go to extremes traveling the world with set itineraries and points-of-interests. One of them is ‘Confluence Trips’. A point of confluence occurs at the integer degree intersections where a line of latitude meets a line of longitude. There is a confluence within 49 miles (79 km) of you if you’re on the surface of […]

  • October 16, 2013
    30 most attractive destinations were in summer 2013

    Which cities around the world are most worth visiting? If you want to experience as many must-see places as possible, you should definitely add London, Rome, San Francisco, Istanbul and Budapest to your travel bucket list. All these cities have at least 10 sights that attract the attention of more than half of the visiting […]

  • June 25, 2013
    Nineteen new sites added to UNESCO World Heritage List

    Xinjiang Tianshan (China) Part of the Tianshan mountain system of Central Asia — one of the largest mountain ranges in the world — Xinjiang Tianshan is famous for its wide-ranging features, including snow-capped peaks, forests, rivers and red bed canyons. "These landscapes contrast with the vast adjacent desert landscapes, creating a striking visual contrast between […]

  • June 18, 2013
    And the world’s best airline is…

    Emirates has been voted the world’s best airline by passengers at the annual Skytrax World Airline Awards, that are decided by over 18 million passengers in 160 countries around the world. The awards were announced in Paris today. Passengers judge airlines on everything from the cleanliness of the cabin to the quality of the in-flight […]

  • June 12, 2013
    Sofia is cheapest and Oslo is most expensive on TripIndex Cities 2013

    How much does it cost to have an evening out and overnight stay for two people in key tourist places around the world? TripIndex Cities 2013 is your answer. Unveiled today, TripIndex Cities is based on the combined costs for two of one night in a four-star hotel, cocktails, a two-course dinner with a bottle […]

  • April 9, 2013
    WEF releases the world’s friendliest countries to foreigners

    World Economic Forum’s released the list of the most friendly countries in the world – Iceland and New Zealand taking the first place in “attitude of population towards foreign visitors” category. Some of the surprises were Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Burkina Faso as the fourth, eighth and tenth friendliest countries, despite not being internationally renowned for […]

  • March 26, 2013
    This most expensive trip will cover 150 countries, all heritage sites and more

    If you have £990,000 (approx $1.5 million) then you must go on a two-year trip of a lifetime that is launched by and London-based luxury travel agent Hurlingham Travel. Called as “Every world heritage site in one holiday”, the itinerary includes some 962 bucket-list destinations such as Forbidden City in Beijing, Cambodia’s Angkor temples, […]

  • June 26, 2012
    Transoceanic WiFi is coming soon

    We all need some down time from the electronics we use in our daily lives – be it e-readers or iPads, iPhones, etc. It’s good to be offline once in a while and just relax, but flying in cramped airlines on a transoceanic flight is not the best way to take that breather. So most […]

  • April 20, 2012
    Experience destinations and monuments in a gorgeous 360° view

    Experience gorgeous 360° view of destinations and monuments at Airpano, a non-commercial group of Russia-based “panorama enthusiasts” who are gradually traveling around the world to photograph some of the greatest sights on the planet. Using high definition cameras, often mounted on helicopters, the team captures each location and turn into a 3D photograph, each of […]

  • April 2, 2012
    CasaHop will allow you to swap homes using social network

    The ex-CTO of HuffPost, Paul Berry, launched a new house-swapping website called CasaHop. The lack of social connections on websites like homeexchange made Paul start CasaHop, which according to him, will be free when the service goes live in the next few weeks. For now, you can add your home and personal profile by connecting […]

  • March 20, 2012
    Know these food etiquette before you travel

    Make it easier for you and your local hosts/friends/fellow-travelers by educating yourself with the local customs and etiquette when traveling to foreign countries. This can also make you not stick out as a tourist. MSNBC rounds up some interesting food customs for globetrotters. For example, when you’re in India, make sure not eat with your […]

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