Lavender fields in the South of France
One of history’s most magnificent natural sites is the Lavender fields in Provence. The stunning purple flower rows that extend for miles into the distance draw visitors from all over the world. Nothing compares to strolling through French Lavender fields with the distant Alps mountains in the background.
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Float in the Romance of Pristine Paris
Sparkle in the Lights of Magical Land
A City Tied With Beauty
Escape to the Magic of Disneyland
Do you know why Lavender has been harvested?
Lavender has been harvested in the wild by the inhabitants of Provence for as long as anybody can remember. It is highly valued for its therapeutic properties and is also recognised for its ability to repel some insects.
What is the best time to feed your eyes and soul with beauty and peace in France?
The flowering season lasts from the middle of June to the middle of August, and it can vary according to the climate: it can start earlier in warmer, brighter places, while it can start later closer to Alpine valleys. You should schedule your trip between mid-June and mid-July if you want to see the Provence Lavender fields in bloom.
Island in the Cyclades in Greece
Island hopping is a great approach to getting to know the people and their way of life while becoming familiar with the local customs and culture. Going island hopping in Greece can be done in many different ways. There are about 220 islands in the Cyclades region of Greece. The term “Cyclades” refers to how the islands are arranged; they circle Delos, a holy island. Keep in mind most smaller islands lack human habitation.
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Discover a Divine Sun Setting
Stunning Sunset Cityscape
Embrace the Scenic Setting
A Break Free Holiday to the Glamourous City
Awe at the Extraordinary Natural Beauty
Visit the Island of the Miracles
Riding the rails through Switzerland
Have you ever wanted to travel to the land of fondue and breathtaking snowy vistas? The best way to see Switzerland‘s stunning landscape is by taking one of the many interesting rail excursions available. These excursions will make your trip truly memorable. You can take a train with a chocolate theme or travel through the magnificent Swiss Alps. For lovers of the outdoors and the environment, Switzerland has it all.
Hot air balloon ride in Cappadocia Turkey
On a hot air balloon flight over breathtaking valleys with fairy chimneys around daybreak. That sounds like the ideal kind of travel on a bucket list. Yes, you have seen the images. Hot air balloons don’t soar daily because they need little or no wind. Whether it is safe enough for the balloons to fly or not is decided by Civil Aviation the day before or the morning of the event. The hot air balloons will soar 250–280 days annually. Hence, your chances are good if you remain in Cappadocia for four nights.
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Slide and Glide in to the Land of Blue and Green
Dive Into the Isle of Serenity
What is the best time to fly?
The greatest months for Cappadocia hot air balloon tours are April through November.
Watch Northern lights in Lapland
Lapland is a winter wonderland, which is easy to understand given the abundance of snow and the mystique of the Northern Lights. In Lapland, the winter season lasts from October to April, and we advise travelling between December and March to enjoy the most of winter. You’re more likely to participate in snow activities, see the northern lights, and take in the full Lapland winter scenery during this time.
Some people are drawn to the Arctic because of its untamed nature and unique experiences, including seeing the Northern Lights. However, other people enjoy snowball fights, reindeer games, and Santa Claus.
Go ziplining in the World’s fastest zipline.
What location has the world’s fastest zipline?
The Penrhyn Quarry
The fastest zip line in the world is located at Penrhyn Quarry, formerly the largest slate quarry in the world. You may fly 500 metres above the vivid blue quarry lake on this attraction, which is in North Wales next to the breathtaking Snowdon range. The most popular adventure at Zip World is Velocity 2, which consists of four parallel lines that span 1.5 kilometres over the stunningly blue water of Penrhyn Quarry lake.
Benagil sea cave, Portugal
There is much more to discover at Benagil, a charming Algarve resort; the spectacular sea cave that has recently brought prominence to this small fishing community on the southern coast of the Algarve. Although it doesn’t appear far from the village’s main Benagil beach, it is not advisable to swim there to look at the cave. It is best to board one of the several boats if you want to enjoy the cave safely because the currents in this area may be rather strong, and the tides can change suddenly.
Plitvice lakes National Park in Croatia
Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest national park in the country at nearly 30,000 hectares. The gorgeous Plitvice Lake system is exceptional, captivating both scientists and tourists. Being a national park, Plitvice Lakes completely lives up to its reputation and is just as beautiful in person as the pictures suggest. Like all of Croatia, Plitvice has stunning scenery and a landscape that will leave visitors speechless.
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