Guide: Louvre & Les Halles

Heavyweights in historic in addition to cultural heritage, the Louvre and Les Halles districts are younger and dynamic, and provide an array of experiences that dizzy the senses. Musée du Louvre (Photo: Alyssa BLACK by way of Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0) Dubbed “the belly of Paris” by French scribe Emile Zola, Les Halles was […]

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Video: San Francisco Travel Guide

 San Francisco is the doyenne of Californian cities, the place freedom of expression graces the rolling, city-clad hills as they tumble into San Francisco Bay. Expedia carry us this week’s video information to San Francisco and pinpoints among the finest locations to take a look at while there. There are so many intriguing areas […]

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Guide: Bethnal Green, London – Things to Do, Restaurants, Shops…

Once a working-class neighbourhood, the Bethnal Green of yore readily earned its popularity as a Cockney stronghold in London’s East End. But a wave of classy bars and eating places is popping up, including new layers to the native tradition and character. The well-known flower market on Columbia Road (Photo: Joel Suss through Flickr / […]

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Guide: Admiralteysky, St Petersburg – Things to Do, Hotels, Restaurants …

Historic Admiralteysky is thought for its gilded palaces, sprawling cathedrals and immense neo-baroque structure. And because of a youthful era of Russians, the St Petersburg neighbourhood is seeing a reinvigoration of its meals, artwork, design and cultural charms. The gilded compass spire of the Admiralty constructing (Photo: Luidmila Kot through Pixabay) Culturally talking, Admiralteysky is […]

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