Category: Travel


6 places to visit in France with your family [A Perfect French Retreat]

When was the last time you planned a family vacation? How about a beautiful French retreat with your family and children?

France is known for a colorful life, a beautiful destination and a fulfilling life. You will see beautiful architecture, fashion trends, art museums and various cuisines.

6 places to visit in France with your family [A Perfect French Retreat]
Photo Mods Rodriguez CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
And you can enjoy a luxurious villa life with your family. When booking accommodation, check out these amazing Paris, Corsica, Lower Valley and more Provence Villas for rent At a reasonable price.

Now, here are the locations in France where you should visit and it is suitable for a French retreat.

Other articles you can read:

Great destination to visit in France with your family

1. Paris

6 places to visit in France with your family [A Perfect French Retreat]
Picture of Barnes CC CC-NC-ND 2.0
Paris is not just a lover's destination. The city of light has a lot to make everyone happy. Families can visit museums with art and history museums and breathtaking landscapes

The food is amazing and the cafes are beautiful. While in Paris, you must enjoy the Scene on Cruise, especially on the last evening.

And of course, the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre.

2. Provence

6 places to visit in France with your family [A Perfect French Retreat]
Picture of Julian Fong CC BY-SA 2.0
Provence is a perfect combination of city life and nature life. Located on the Italian border, the city has breathtaking landscapes such as rolling vineyards, olive groves, pine forests and lavender fields.

Winter is the perfect time to stay in a villa or cottage to enjoy family time with the vibrancy of nature. Provence also has amazing museums, adventure destinations, and castles to give a visit.

3. Dordogne

6 places to visit in France with your family [A Perfect French Retreat]
Picture of Kirk K CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Dordogne is another French gem, located in central France. A perfect location for families, the place is famous for its adventure parks, castles and caves.

If you visit the caves in Dordogne, you will witness the earliest European paintings in these caves. The forts have a jaw-dropping architecture with a river view.

When booking accommodation, try to have a peaceful retreat in Dordogne and the countryside of southwestern France.

4. Normandy

6 places to visit in France with your family [A Perfect French Retreat]
CC BY 2.0 with images by surreal names
Normandy is well known for its World War II history. The Cannes Memorial Museum in Normandy gives a glimpse into the history and era that we only read about in books.

While in Normandy, be sure to stop at the American, Canadian and British beaches known for the war.

Old and young, everyone will love the beauty of the city of Normandy.

5. Lower Valley

6 places to visit in France with your family [A Perfect French Retreat]
Photo by Bert Kaufman CC BY-NC 2.0
The castles and countryside of the Lower Valley will make you feel royal. The castles are as gorgeous as the Disney movies, the rainbow-colored gardens

Your family will love the Lower Valley for its natural beauty year after year.

Be sure to visit the Chateau de Chambord Castle, the Chateau de Chevrony Castle, the French Gothic Church Cathedral Notre-Dame de Chartes and other monuments.

Lower Valley gives the feeling of being in a fairy tale, your kids will love it.

6. Corsica

6 places to visit in France with your family [A Perfect French Retreat]
Photo by Rebecca Ancondo CC BY-NC
Corsica is a whitewashed island with a perfect mix of forests, coastal towns, parks and beaches.

The place has a lot to offer for everyone. Beach lovers can grab a picnic basket and spend quality time with the waves. Hikers can enjoy a rugged landscape, scuba divers can say hello to marine life and seniors can spend a relaxing evening in the parks.

You must consider the city of Bonifacio, Calvary, Cap Cors and the beaches of Porto Vecchio.

When to do in France

France is romantic, peaceful, comfortable, lively and all things you will enjoy. Traveling around France is a dream come true for many.

So while you are visiting the amazing places above, there are other things you can do.

1. Shopping

You can't just come back from France without a bag full of shopping. France has an amazing taste in fashion, accessories, jewelry and fine arts. To buy French fashion you must visit local shops, markets and malls.

2. Food

Try authentic French cuisine at local cafes and restaurants. French pastries and desserts are mouth watering.

Boeuf Bourguignon, Coq Au Vin, Potato Dauphinoise and Cassoulet are some of the best dishes. Eat something new every day for a healthier French cuisine experience.

3. Stay in the villa

Instead of booking a hotel room, try the Family Villa. You will experience a unique experience of living in a French villa that is as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside.

Book a suitable accommodation with ChicVillas and make your French retreat even more special.


Chung Dam BGC – Korean High End Dining Experience!

O Samguipsal lovers! Want to flatten out your Kbbq experience? I got some good news for you then: Chung Dam BGC!

Just this June 2022, Chung Dam, a high-end Korean restaurant, opened their BGC branch and we are so excited about it! I mean, how can we be quiet that they offer not only high quality premium beef but also fresh, yes fresh, seafood! I love seafood so being able to eat here was an exciting day for me.

Chung Dam BGC

So, without further ado, here is my complete experience with Chung Dam BGC and why you should try it here too.

What to eat at Chung Dam BGC

Chung Dam BGC

It was a normal Friday morning but my friends and I were longing for some kbbq. We love Samjiupsal so much that we decided to find a Korean restaurant to satisfy our cravings. Then, we saw that Chung Dam recently opened a new branch in BGC (they also have a branch in Mala.)

Chung Dam BGC

Once we entered the restaurant, that "high end" vibe instantly entered, it had a luxurious touch of atmosphere and full atmosphere! But, all of us have noticed that King Crab, Live King Crab! As I mentioned above, Chung Dam BGC also provides fresh seafood, so you know your food is going to be amazing!

Chung Dam BGC

In addition to King Crab, they have fresh salmon, halibut fish, USA beef and premium quality waggio! No worries because you may have plenty of Korean food that you can choose from their menu.

Chung Dam BGC

Premium quality beef and seafood

Chung Dam BGC

See that thick and pink flesh? It's literally worth the price for a photo! Hahaha! But really, even without any spices, the meat is so tender and full of flavor that it blends perfectly with the rice (rice is life!)

Chung Dam BGC

Moreover, Shabu Shabu was so good! It's not so spicy either, I'm not really good with spicy food so it's perfect for me!

Chung Dam BGC

Seafood? Oh God, it's heavenly good! I'm not even joking about it. I suddenly remembered those words while eating "Mukbang" I always see artists on YouTube.

Chung Dam BGC

Whenever they have seafood (mostly crab crabs), I always torment myself with the thought of having it. It just looks so good. And finally, when I got a chance to try it on Chung Dam, I was not disappointed! King crab is worth every penny!

Chung Dam BGC

Of course, other seafood is no exception, because they are all fresh, they are even tastier and tastier! Plus, with the right seafood sauce? Ah .. heaven!

Chung Dam BGC

Good thing BGC is not too far from my place, I can go back whenever I want to experience that high end Korean restaurant.

Chung Dam BGC

Chung Dam is something to know about BGC

Contact details to save: 0927 474 2167

Opening hours: 11 AM to 12 midnight (Monday-Sunday)

Address: Upper Ground Active Building, 9th Ave. Corner 28th Street Bonifacio Global City

Chung Dam BGC

They have a dining area and 15 VIP rooms to accommodate a minimum of 4 people. They have 1 large VIP room which is good for 24 packs! Perfect for a family dinner.

Chung Dam BGC

They also have a bar area if you want to drink some wine while enjoying your fresh seafood and lean meats!

Social Media Channel: Facebook

* You can check their latest rates on their FB page linked above.

Line divider

About the author

Fatima Turla 2Hi there! I Fatema. My first big trip was in 2016 to the beautiful city of Cebu. Then I became interested in traveling. Now I enjoy learning the language and culture of other countries. My goal is to visit at least one country each year and share my experiences with other people through writing or blogging. Follow me on Instagram to witness my journey


Top 10 Safe Cities for LGBTQ + Travelers – Tripit Blog

This month, many LGBTQ + travelers will similarly go out to celebrate summer trips and Pride Month. Yet, for this community of travelers, traveling is not as easy অথবা or just as safe অন্য for others. In some destinations, LGBTQ + travelers still face the risk of discrimination and loss, so it is incredibly important to know which destinations are the most open and welcoming, and which require a high level of caution and caution.

To that end, we've worked with our partner GeoSure (which enables TripIt's Neighborhood Safety Score feature) to understand what are the safest destinations for the LGBTQ + community, based on metadata analysis captured from hundreds of trusted sources.

Some of these sources include International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association, Gay Travel Index, Built Environment Variables and LGBTQ + Community Key, ACLED, Human Rights Campaign - Municipal Equality Index, Human Rights Index, Amnesty , Sharing statistics from the GEOC community, and security experience sharing.

Here are the top 10 safest cities for LGBTQ + travelers, according to GeoSure data.

10. Portland, Maine

LGBTQ + travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 82/100

Portland has long welcomed (and embraced) LGBTQ + travelers হিসেবে the first major U.S. city to be publicly elected gay mayor বাড়ি and home to Guinness World Record holder Drag Quinn.

Every June, the city celebrates the proud month with a festival and parade. This year, it is held on Saturday, June 18th. And throughout the year, LGBTQ + travelers can enjoy drag performances, weird film festivals and dance parties, as well as sponsor dozens of LGBTQ + owned businesses in the city.

Did you know Travelers can access hyperlocal protection ratings for countless sections at any point on their TripIt itinerary for more than 65,000 cities and neighborhoods. Specifically, the LGBTQ + security score includes elements such as the possibility of harm or discrimination against an LGBTQ + individual or group and the level of caution required in a position. In the TripIt app, the Neighborhood Safety score focuses on the level of risk (although the ranking of the post represents the level of security).

9. St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

LGBTQ + travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 82/100

Although many cities around the world celebrate the proud month in June, celebrations in St. John's - including Pride Week - begin in July. This year, both St. John's Pride Week and Come Home Choir begin July 15 The Pride Parade is held on Sunday, July 24

Need a place to stay? Visit Misterb & b. A vacation rental site that lists private rooms, apartments and LGBTQ +-friendly hotels that help you choose "welcome accommodation that suits your style and budget."

8. Boston, Massachusetts

LGBTQ + travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 82/100

As the first capital city of the US state (Massachusetts) to legalize same-sex marriage, Boston has long welcomed LGBTQ + travelers.

Every April, the city hosts Wicked Queer, an LGBTQ + movie festival. For year-round art and culture, plan to visit Theater Offensive — a theater company that works to improve diverse voices and highlight the diversity of the LGBTQ + community through art.

Going to Boston to celebrate Pride Month? See the calendar of city events for all month-long celebrations, including their events with intersecting identities.

Looking for the safest neighborhood to visit in Boston? Chinatown is the most friendly, with a security score of 88 in the neighborhood.

Read more: City break: Boston

7. Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Safe City LGBTQ + Travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 83/100

Each year, Kelona মধ্যে celebrates the LGBTQ + community with Kelona Pride, one of two cities in British Columbia to make this list. More than 12,000 people attend the annual event, which promotes "a fun and safe way to celebrate Kelona's diverse and accepting community."

Proud not visiting time? Throughout the year, countless LGBT2Q + activities are taking place in and around the city. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities - from hiking, boating and skiing to winery touring.

6. Stavanger, Norway

Safe City LGBTQ + Travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 83/100

The Norwegian city of Stavanger has long been celebrated by the LGBTQ + community - the first official celebration since Gay Day began in 1998 and the following year. Since then, the first week of September has been celebrated.

This year, the Skeivå Rogaland Pride begins on August 29 and ends with a Pride Parade and Party on Saturday, September 3.

Visitors to Stavanger will enjoy the natural beauty of the city and surrounding area, including fjords, mountains and white beaches, as well as its many museums and charming old town.

5. Alicante, Spain

Safe City LGBTQ + Travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 83/100

The port city of Alicante has beautiful beaches and a comfortable lifestyle. According to Travel Gay, the city "provides a great setting for gay customers. You'll find bars, sanas and a cruise club, with most of the space near the sea."

Benidorm, a town in Alicante, hosts an annual Pride Festival; Celebrations take place September 5-11, 2022.

4. Dundee, Scotland

LGBTQ + travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 83/100

While Scotland's major cities such as Glasgow and Edinburgh attract the lion's share of international visitors, the city of Dundee is the safest in Scotland (and the UK) for LGBTQ + travelers.

Dundee, a UNESCO City of Design, is Scotland's fourth largest city and home to scenic V&A museums, countless theaters and art centers, as well as cultural attractions such as a 45-minute self-guided Dundee Architectural Trail.

Planning to visit Dundee for Pride? Visit Dundee Pride's Facebook page for the latest information on events happening around the city.

3. San Francisco, California

LGBTQ + travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 83/100

San Francisco is home to one of the largest and most prominent LGBTQ + communities in the United States. Its history is full of LGBTQ + activism and the fight for equality. According to some, it is the gay capital of the world.

San Francisco is one of the safest neighborhoods for LGBTQ + travelers, with a স্ক Castro District নিরাপত্ত security score of 92.

Planning to visit SF for pride? You will be spoiled for choice in the events and activities that take place across the city and the Gulf. You won’t want to miss the main event, the 52nd Annual San Francisco Pride Parade and Celebration, taking place June 25 and 26.

2. Granada, Spain

Safe City LGBTQ + Travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 85/100

To some travelers, Granada is probably the birthplace and home of one of Spain's most famous LGBTQ + poets, Federico Garcia Lorca. Throughout the year, the city offers visitors the finer things in life: delicious food, local wine and the opportunity to get lost in the streets like its maze.

Going to Granada for pride? The city's festival - also known as the Orglo Granada - takes place throughout June

Tip: Follow Visible grenades For the latest updates on the Orgullo Granada event on Twitter.

1. Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

LGBTQ + travelers

GeoSafeScore ™: 86/100

At the top, Victoria is the second largest city in British Columbia and the third largest in Canada.

So, what are the offers for LGBTQ + travelers? For starters, the Victoria Pride Festival runs from June 23 to July 2. And after a few years of cancellations and virtual events, this year is going to be bigger than ever. This year's festivities include a new parade route and an extended park layout for the week's countless signature events.

Not in town for pride? Victoria prides itself on beautiful beaches and lakes, parks and gardens, world-class entertainment and nightlife, and more.

Method: Partnered with TripIt Geosior, Which analyzes metadata captured from hundreds of trusted sources to determine the safest destination for LGBTQ + travelers. TripIt shows a safety score from 1 to 100, which represents a low to high risk, in the Neighborhood Safety Score section (powered by Geosur) within a itinerary.


Americans Celebrate the Fourth of July 2022 by Traveling Abroad – TripIt Blog

As Americans celebrate Independence Day on July 4th, this year, American travelers are choosing to celebrate by exploring their homeland.

TripIt analyzed US Origin flight, rental car, accommodation and vacation rental reservations made by our TripIt users for the 4th of July 2022 weekend and compared the results with the 2021 equivalent booking time.

We've seen that about 40% of all flight reservations on holiday weekends go to international destinations because Americans make up for lost time due to epidemic-era restrictions. We’ve also seen major metros continue to see a resurgence of tourists, although open spaces and destinations known for outdoor adventures continue to draw crowds.

The current percentage of flight reservations compared to the previous year

Flight 2022
Flight 2022
Flight 2022
2022 car rental2022 Accommodation2022 vacation rental
% Change from 2021+ 115%+ 68%+ 290%+ 48%+ 42%+ 31%

Long lines at the domestic airport

As seen increasingly during the holidays - most recently, Memorial Day Weekend 2022. Airports can expect crowds. From low staff-safety and discounts across the board to flight attendants and pilots যাত্র passengers can expect long lines and should be prepared for potential delays.

We expect the busiest airports to be:

  1. SFO - San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
  1. LAX - Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
  1. JFK - John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)
  1. ORD - Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD)
  1. BOS - Boston Logan International Airport (BOS)
  1. DEN - Denver International Airport (DEN)
  1. DWF - Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport (DWF)
  1. SEA - Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
  1. EWR - Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)
  1. ATL - Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL)

Those departing from these airports should be given extra time, especially if their flight is on Friday (7/1), the busiest day for departure or Tuesday (7/5), when most passengers will return. For the top five most popular airports, the busiest time to depart (and when you should be careful to give more time) will be:

The busiest airport hours based on departure reservation

AirportDateDeparture time (local)
SFOJuly 1

July 5

8 o'clock in the morning
1 p.m.
1 p.m.
8 o'clock in the morning
LAXJuly 1

July 5

9 o'clock in the morning
8 o'clock in the morning

7 o'clock in the morning
10 a.m.

JFKJuly 1

July 5

5 p.m.
6 pm

6 pm
9 p.m.

ORDJuly 1

July 5

8 o'clock in the morning
9 p.m.

12 noon
9 o'clock in the morning

BOSJuly 1

July 5

5 p.m.
6 pm

11 o'clock at night
6 pm

Although flights increased by more than 2X overall, international travel continued to be the strongest return with the number of booked international flights more than 4X higher than last year, accounting for about 40% or more of all flight departures over the weekend. It is built on the trend we saw at Memorial Day 2022 when one-third of flights went abroad. In fact, London is the number one destination, followed by Paris (# 7), Cancun (# 12), Barcelona (# 18), Rome (# 21), Lisbon (# 22), and Amsterdam (# 24).

Of the remaining domestic flights, about one-third are to California (15%), Florida, and about one-third of the remaining domestic flights are to California (13%), Florida (9%), and Hawaii (7%). ), Or Washington (5%).

Flight destination rankings and rank changes

2022 RankingCity, state2021 RankingRank change (2021 to 2022)
2Seattle, WA42
3Chicago, IL85
4Denver, CO1-3
5Las Vegas, NV3-2
6New York, NY104
8San Francisco, CA.113
9Boston, MA7-2
10Orlando, CA.2-8
11Los Angeles, CA.9-2
13Honolulu, HI6-7
14Minneapolis, MN206
15San Diego, CA.13-2
16Kahului, H.I.12-4
17Newark, NJ247
19Washington DC3112
20Atlanta, GA233
23Salt Lake City, UT15-8

Speed ​​bump at the pump

Despite record high gas prices, demand for rental cars remains high. While we may not see as strong YoY growth as we have seen in the past, we do see growth in conservation. And when the big cities reign in the top 25, they make a list of the lesser-anticipated destinations, including Anchorage, (# 16), St. Paul, MN (# 17), and Santa Ana, CA (# 21).

Car rental destination ranking and rank change

2022 RankingCity, state2021 RankingRank change (2021 to 2022)
1Denver, CO21
2Honolulu, HI31
3Seattle, WA2724
4Kahului, H.I.1-3
5Boston, MA50
6Chicago, IL104
7Orlando, FL4-3
8Los Angeles, CA.1810
9Lihu, HI134
10San Francisco, CA.111
11Las Vegas, NV9-2
12Salt Lake City, UT8-4
13Kailua-Kona, HI141
14San Diego, CA.162
15Portland, or6-9
16Anchorage, A.K.7-9
17St. Paul, MN258
18Nashville, TN5335
19New York, NY4425
20Sitak, WA12-8
21Santa Ana, CA.8261
22Newark, NJ6038
23Tampa, FL329
24Fort Lauderdale, FL17-7
25Miami, FL19-6

Americans keep an eye on big cities and big skies

We also see a similar mix of big cities and great outdoors when it comes to hotel and vacation rentals.

The big cities continue to call it a comeback, regaining its number one spot for New York City hotels, continuing to climb # 1 again to preserve New York City (# 2) hotels, where it reigned supreme. Chicago (# 3), Seattle (# 5), San Francisco (# 6), Los Angeles (# 10), Washington, DC (# 11), and other major metros have climbed into the top 25. Meanwhile, Anchorage (# 13), Denver (# 14), and Yellowstone (# 19) remain in the rankings despite a slight decline.

Vacation rentals, as usual, highlight a more eclectic mix of destinations. While major locations like Seattle (# 1), San Diego (# 2), Chicago (# 3), and New York City (# 8) are on the list, so are Bend, OR (# 10), Asheville, NC. There are also destinations (# 15), Myrtle Beach, SC (# 16), Port Angeles, WA (# 23), and Fredericksburg, TX (# 25).

Lodging destination ranking and ranking change

2022 RankingCity, state2021 RankingRank change (2021 to 2022)
1Las Vegas, NV10
2New York, NY31
3Chicago, IL85
4Orlando, FL2-2
5Seattle, WA116
6San Francisco, CA.93
7Honolulu, HI4-3
8Boston, MA6-2
9San Diego, CA.5-4
10Los Angeles, CA.166
11Washington DC176
12Nashville, TN120
13Anchorage, A.K.10-3
14Denver, CO13-1
15New Orleans, LA3318
16Portland, or14-2
17Minneapolis, MN9073
18Lahena, H.I.7-11
19Yellowstone, WY278
20Anaheim, CA.18-2
21Atlanta, CA.210
22Austin, TX15-7
23Miami, FL241
24Houston, TX6440
25Kissimi, FL316

Vacation rental destination ranking and ranking change

2022 RankingCity, state2021 RankingRank change (2021 to 2022)
1Seattle, WA76
2San Diego, CA.1-1
3Chicago, IL85
4Provincetown, MA2117
5Anchorage, A.K.3-2
6Honolulu, HI4-2
7Koloa, HI2922
8New York, NY3527
9Austin, TX90
10Turning, or2818
11Los Angeles, CA.2716
12Hilton Head Island, SC5-7
13Portland, or2-11
14Kissimi, FL173
15Asheville, NC10287
16Myrtle Beach, SC7660
17Lahena, H.I.14-3
18Nashville, TN6-12
19Washington DC15-4
20New Orleans, LA4525
21Princeville, HI4120
22Brooklyn, NY220
23Port Angeles, WA7552
24Colorado Springs, CO6339
25Fredericksburg, TX611586

Method: Looking at TripItUS main round trip Flight Reserved for travel between June 1, 2021 and June 1, 2022 July 4th holiday (Friday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 5, 2022), and equivalent booking periodIn 2021. Reservation data on TripIt is provided by users and the booking provider is agnostic.

About the author


Stay one step ahead of planning to land through the world's highest rated travel planning app. Unlike other travel apps, TripIt can organize your travel plans wherever you book. Just forward your confirmation emails to [email protected] and in a matter of seconds, TripIt will create a major itinerary for each trip.


City Break: Detroit – TripIt Blog

City break (বিশেষ্য)): a short vacation in a city, such as during a business trip.

Before the pleasure trip, the city break was a short leisure time that gave you access to the cultural and culinary facilities offered by the big cities. In this TripIt series, we explore some of the best cities in the world for planning a quick trip or extending a work trip.

Here are our tips for taking the most breaks in your city in Detroit.

Where to fly

The Detroit metro area is served by the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW), located 20 miles west of downtown Detroit. One of the top 20 busiest airports in the United States, DTW is divided into two terminals, McNamara Terminal and Evans Terminal.

Once you land on DTW, cabs, ride shares and buses are available to connect you to your final destination. See the SMART bus schedule to plan your next trip.

Where to stay during your city break

City break Detroit

The Detroit Design-Forward Hotel offers, complete with world-class restaurants and dark afternoons (to see and to see).

For starters, the Detroit Foundation Hotel is a place where, whether you're staying overnight or not, thanks to its lively lobby bar and restaurant, The Apparatus Room (more on dining below). Furnished with modern dcor, the hotel’s spacious rooms have a 12-foot ceiling and a more generous feel for an open design.

Nearby, the Siren Hotel brings new life to the historic Wurlitzer building. During the night, guests can choose a drink at the eroded candy bar near the lobby. More of an early bird? Caffeinated beverages are served at the Popular Coffee Lobby Outpost.

If a hotel in a major Detroit location is what you're after, look no further than Metropolitan Element Detroit. During the day, you walk downtown Detroit and travel fast to the financial district. Overnight, you are only a few steps away from Detroit Opera House and Ford Field.

Need event space? MGM Grand Detroit offers 14,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including a conference center.

If you attend an event at the Cobo Center, you won't miss out on the benefits of the Windham Hotel at Fort Pontertrain. Just a few steps away from the convention center, the hotel also has a 24-hour business center for any work-related needs.

How to get closer

City break Detroit

Rideshare and taxis are available in Detroit and this is probably your best option for getting around the city in an instant.

Prefer to take public transport? Download the Detroit Department of Transportation app to help navigate the local bus system. Traveling around downtown or midtown? The city's new QLINE tram system can help you get from A to B. Plan your trip with their interactive map.

Alternatively, MoGo, Detroit's public bike-sharing program, provides an eco-friendly way to get around the city.

Pro Tip: Use TripIt's Navigator feature to search for transportation options available to you This will show you the estimated cost and travel time for each option, so you can decide which one works best. For example, if you add a restaurant reservation to your itinerary (more on where to eat below), Navigator helps you find the best transportation options to get to your desk. You can find the Navigator in the details screen of your plan.

Where to eat


If you only have time for one meal in Detroit, make it at Wright & Company. Trendy d ,cor, second-floor street views, divisible plates, and knowledgeable bar staff give you the opportunity to drink a few hours worth of your time in Detroit.

Staying at the Detroit Foundation Hotel? You don't have to go far for the best food in town. Named after the place where the firetracks and their equipment are kept, The Apparatus Room is more of a focal point than a hotel facility. Michigan-born chef Thomas Lentz returned to his kingdom to create a new version of American cuisine using ingredients from the Midwest. As a result, locals and tourists alike flock to his restaurant. Be sure to make a reservation as soon as you confirm your travel plans.

A hybrid restaurant and butcher shop, Marrow takes sustainability seriously. With a farm-to-fork policy, Marrow originates most of its spring and summer menu ingredients within five miles of the restaurant. Go there for dinner, brunch or grab a cocktail. You will not be disappointed.

Looking for more casual food? Check out Detroit 75 Kitchen for Saffron de Twah, sandwiches and showers for Moroccan-American food, or the Detroit Shipping Company for a myriad of options, from dumplings to burgers. And don't forget to stop by Buddy's, Louis' or Pi-Sai for a Detroit-style pizza.

Finally, leave room for dessert at Sister Pie. Located west of Detroit, Sister Pie is the bakery you want on the corner of your street. Displaying local products from around Michigan, owner (and James Beard Award-nominated) Lisa Ludwinski founded Sister Pie "to celebrate the season on foot." I suggest you join the celebration soon.

What to do in your city break

If this is your first visit to Detroit, start your watch at East Market. In the country's largest outdoor farmer's market, you can find stalls of local vendors selling everything from fruits and fresh flowers to authentic French crepes and local art. The Eastern Market is open on Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays and every third Thursday night during the summer.

Also located in the Eastern Market District (and across most of Detroit) it is a stunning collection of murals known as Murals in the Market. Artists from around the world, including locals in Detroit, have transformed the district walls into a public art destination.

Once your shopping and murals are complete, head to the Eastern Market Brewing Company or the Detroit City Distillery for locally made adult drinks — both just minutes from the market.

Looking for kid friendly things in Detroit? Visit Sand Island for a beach day with a view of Canada. Or visit the country's oldest aquarium, the Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, and the nearby Sand Isle Aquarium. Kids will love the 125-acre Detroit Zoo, home to the Polk Penguin Conservation Center, and more than 75 penguins.

Adults only? During the day, explore the stores of Midtown Detroit. Overnight, stop at Kissling at Milwaukee Junction to enjoy a handicraft cocktail in their bistro light-covered patio. Visit on a cold or rainy day? Choose from their plentiful selection of board games and be comfortable in any one of them.

Note: Be sure to consult and comply with all local guidelines and travel restrictions as you reopen destinations around the world, as they vary greatly and will continue to change. One way to stay on top of changing guidelines is to consult COVID-19 Travel Guide For destination-specific information, the TripIt app features, testing and vaccination requirements, current transmission rates, quarantine rules upon arrival, and other information you need to know before visiting the area.


Four places to visit on a road trip in Florida

A road trip is one of the best ways to visit a country or state because it enables you to see multiple places while you are there. You can enjoy different sights, cultures, food and drinks during the same trip. All-inclusive resorts can soon become the same as other holidays and you won't get as much experience. There are many road trip destinations that you can choose from and think about what you want from your road trip before booking. A great road trip destination is Florida and if you are planning your trip, there are a few things to think about. Here are our recommendations on where to go on a Florida road trip Travel to the United States.

Four places to visit on a road trip in Florida
Pictures of NextVoice


Four places to visit on a road trip in Florida
Photo - Erdenebileg Bat-Erdene - CC BY-NC 2.0

Get your start America Road Trip In the state of Orlando where you can enjoy many theme parks. Visit Universal Studios or Walt Disney Studios where you can enjoy a variety of rides. Spend time with your family or friends to do something for everyone. In Orlando you can also enjoy things like hot water balloon rides or shopping at many outlet malls. You can either stay in one of the on-site hotels in the parks, or find a dining accommodation or another hotel.

Palm beach

Palm Beach is a wonderful place to visit. Here you can enjoy many activities such as visiting the Henry Flagler Museum or visiting Worth Avenue which is an upmarket street with shops and galleries to visit. A great idea to get your bearings and ride a bike to see all the beautiful sights along the way!

Fort Lauderdale

Four places to visit on a road trip in Florida
Photo by Daniel Pyrino CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Fort Lauderdale is a picturesque town with a famous beach with white sand and crystal clear waters. Take a walk along the Las Olas Boulevard, known for its shops and nearby museums, such as the Discovery and Science Museum or the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens. Glass can be blown in the city center and you will see many animals in the Flamingo Garden.


Make Miami the ultimate stop on your road trip where you can immerse yourself in a glamorous and relaxed lifestyle. Spend your days on the pristine beach, taking part in water sports as well as catching the sun's rays. There are many amazing restaurants to visit when you are in Miami, so be sure to visit the South Beach where you can enjoy some of the best food you can eat. Be sure to add Nobu to your list, as well as sugar factory for some fancy fun!

Here are four places to visit on a road trip in Florida. From Orlando theme parks to Miami glitz and glamor, there's more to discover and enjoy. Be sure to research the best time.

Copyright Waiver:Many articles from Two Monkeys Travel Group are guest posts from several authorized contributors and hosted by Two Monkeys Travel Group. Authorized contributors control their own work and post freely on our site. It includes all text and images used in their own work. All contributors are instructed to follow the internationally recognized copyright and intellectual property guidelines. To Mankis Travel Group takes its own responsibilities very seriously, so if you think any part of this work is offensive in any way, please send us an email so we can investigate - [email protected]

Release: Please note that some of the links above are affiliate links. So when you make a purchase we sometimes pay a small commission, at no extra cost to you. The cost is the same for you, sometimes even cheaper if we negotiate a special deal for our readers We use all the companies listed here and that's why they are on this list, but of course we need to keep two monkeys. Travel group is running as much as possible, if you decide to buy or book something through an affiliate link, that's exactly what you're helping! If you have any further questions about the companies we use or the companies you visit, just email us and we'll be happy to help. Please see our full disclaimer page for more information


How to find the best parking lot at Newark Airport

Here's how to get the best parking lot at Newark Airport.

Whether you're planning a family vacation across the state or planning a solo trip around the world, choosing a safe place to park your car while you're away is one of the most important steps in scheduling your door.

Newark Airport
Photo by Chris Lippelt in Unsplas

If you are traveling outside of Newark and looking for a long term parking spot within your budget, then this article is for you. The following article will shed some light on the best available parking lot near New York Airport.

Other articles you can read:

About Newark Airport

Newark Airport, also known as (Newark Liberty International Airport) EWR, is the oldest airport in the state, opened in 1928. It was the only airport that served New York City at the time. Newark Airport has three main terminals and hosts more than 30 airlines each year.

Newark Airport has huge parking spots. EWR Airport is suitable, cheap, and for this obvious reason, the best choice. This airport is known as the busiest airport in terms of passenger ratio.

This means a huge proportion of travelers, which can lead to even more horrible parking-related headaches. But do not worry at all! There are now a variety of low-cost parking options near the airport terminal.

Parking at the world's largest and busiest airport is not an easy feat. With so many different options, travelers need to make sure they have the proper knowledge and research to find the safest but affordable parking lot that best fits all your parking needs.

How to get to Newark Airport

Whenever people plan to travel outside of the city or state, they spend more time arranging air tickets, reserving hotels and arranging different places to visit. But, the main thing to consider is how to get to the airport in time and comfort.

For the most part, people prefer to drive to the airport on their own without looking for public transport. As it is not only time consuming, it takes a lot of effort and even more money to pull the luggage. You have to leave for the airport a few hours before the flight time. Just make sure you don't miss the flight.

However, the best way to get to the airport is to drive your own car. This way, you can not only save your time but also travel at low cost and in peace. The only thing to consider is finding a parking lot that is safe from any hassle.

Parking at Newark International Airport

Newark Airport

No doubt, Newark Airport has a parking terminal to handle passenger traffic. The airport has different terminals for car parking and anyone can choose one of these parking terminals according to the place of departure. But if you are thinking of long-term parking, parking at Newark Airport can be expensive. It can range from $ 160 to $ 180 per week which can be extremely expensive and can upset your financial budget.

Choosing the best parking avenue near Newark Airport is essential to save on parking budget. There are many private parking providers near the airport that provide car parking services and facilities at reasonable prices.

How to save Newark Airport parking costs

Parcos is working with a variety of parking service providers that operate within walking distance or within a short free shuttle drive to the airport terminal. Travelers must reserve their parking lot with these providers in advance for a stress-free trip by all means.

Once you have confirmed your flight ticket, be sure to visit the site and set the date and time your parking lot needs. You will find detailed parking options and details for each parking provider. Compare services, costs, and availability with each parking service provider that best fits your parking needs and, most importantly, your budget to choose from.

Whether you have a short term or a need Long-term parking Newark Airport Service, offsite parking providers cover it all. The cost of this parking lot is much less than airport parking and yet airport parking is the safest and best option. However, make sure to book the parking lot in advance with the parking service provider

There are many more benefits to saving your parking lot with parking service providers Passengers will save their time because they do not have to rush to the airport to find a parking lot. All you have to do is go to the parking lot, show your confirmation letter for the parking lot and park your car or hand over to the support team.

Passengers do not have to walk to the airport as free shuttle service is provided from the parking lot to the airport terminal. The chauffeurs will help you with your luggage and get you to the airport terminal on time.

One of the best options for Newark Airport is the convenience of saving time while parking with these offsite parking providers near the airport terminal.

Where to park at Newark Airport

Since New York Airport is the busiest airport and has a huge parking lot, finding a parking lot at the airport is not an easy task, especially during holidays and peak hours. Airport parking is not only time consuming, it can also be much more expensive.

So, it is better to look for some alternatives as there are various parking options now accessible in the vicinity of the airport terminal. These parking service providers are safe and affordable, yet are the best way to park your car while you're on the go.


Planning to go to Europe in 2023? You may need an ETIAS travel authorization –

Recent TripIt data show that about one-third of Americans are heading to Europe for Memorial Day weekend এবং and this is just the beginning of the summer travel season. In fact, as the epidemic subsides, more and more people are returning to Europe for similar personal and business trips.

But soon there will be a new requirement for travel planners in Europe. From next year, many non-European citizens, including Americans, will have to apply for a visa waiver and get approval — that is, an ETIAS travel permit — to go.

Haven't heard of an ETIAS travel authorization, or are unsure about the process for applying for one? No worries! You can find all the necessary details below.

What is ETIAS?

The European Travel Information and Authorization System, or ETIAS, is a visa waiver program developed by the European Union (EU). The program was designed to protect the Shenzhen area অর্থাৎ that is, 26 European countries that have adopted a common visa policy and eliminated the need for passports or border controls থেকে from visitors outside the region. By requiring visitors to register, the European Union will be able to better identify any potential threats or risks related to travelers coming to the region.

By early 2023, all visitors অর্থাৎ that is, tourists and business travelers যাদের who do not need a visa to enter Europe will need to apply for an ETIAS travel permit. An exact effective date has not yet been announced.

What is an ETIAS travel authorization?

ETIAS Travel Approval is a visa waiver, similar to the US Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) visa waiver. All eligible visitors (i.e., those who do not require a visa) will be expected to present an approved ETIAS when traveling to any country in the Shenzhen region.

The approved ETIAS visa waiver will be valid for three years, and will allow people to enter the Shenzhen area for up to 90 days within the 180-day period.

How do I apply for an ETIAS Travel Approval?

To apply for an ETIAS travel permit, you must have a valid passport, internet access, and a financial way to pay the fee.

The cost of an ETIAS has not yet been announced (but you can see when it will be back here). Travelers will have to pay the cost of ETIAS when they complete their online application.

In addition to a fee, travelers must provide their personal information, and answer questions about the country they want to enter and public health risks, disclose any criminal history, as well as whether they have been previously denied. Ordered to enter or leave a member state.

Applications should take about 10 minutes to complete and most applicants will receive their approval within minutes

Which country do I need an ETIAS travel authorization to enter?

You will need an ETIAS to travel to any member country in the Shenzhen area of ​​Europe.

Currently, it includes Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Norway, Norway, Poland Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland, as well as the microstates of San Marino, Vatican City and Monaco.

At the time of publication, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia and Cyprus are in the process of joining the Schengen area. Once they are approved, travelers will also need an ETIAS travel authorization to travel to those countries.

About the author

Amanda Walk

Amanda Walk is a freelance writer, founder of Amanda Walk Creative - a content writing service company - and an avid traveler. Her experience supports customers in the travel industry, travel technology, luxury travel and consumer brands. While she doesn't help clients tell their stories, Amanda writes about her own experiences to inspire others to travel as far, wide and frequently as possible.


City Break: London – TripIt Blog

City break (বিশেষ্য)): a short vacation in a city, such as during a business trip.

Before the pleasure trip, the city break was a short leisure time that gave you access to the cultural and culinary facilities offered by the big cities. In this TripIt series, we explore some of the best cities in the world for planning a quick trip or expanding a work trip.

Here are our tips for most breaks in your city in London.

Where to fly

The London metro area is served by five major airports: Heathrow Airport (LHR), Gatwick Airport (LGW), London Stansted Airport (STN), London City Airport (LCY), and London Luton Airport (LTN). When choosing which airport is best for you, consider the price difference between the destination airports, your final destination in London and how long — and how much চান you want to spend on land travel.

Speaking of ground transportation, once you're on the ground, Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports offer express trains that connect travelers to central London. The Heathrow Express transports passengers in just 15 minutes to Paddington Station, where passengers can then take a taxi, bus or underground (also known as a tube) to their final destination in the city. Travelers can now take the new Elizabeth Line to Paddington, or other (in some cases, new) stations.

The Gatwick Express takes passengers to London's Victoria Station in about 30 minutes, where passengers can then take a tube, taxi or bus. The Stansted Express runs every 15 minutes and transports passengers on London Liverpool Street. The journey takes about 45 minutes.

Passengers flying to Luton can take the train to central London; Trains depart from Luton Airport Parkway Train Station.

Finally, passengers flying to London City Airport have the convenience of flying to the nearest airport in central London. Passengers can pick up the tube directly from the airport's Dockland Light railway stop.

Cabs are available upon arrival at all airports, but they cost the most for land transport options. For example, a cab ride from Heathrow to central London can cost between £ 45 and £ 70 and can take up to an hour. By comparison, the Heathrow Express costs about £ 25 and takes 15 minutes; The tube costs only 50 5.50 and takes about 30 minutes.

Where to stay during your city break

City break London

Across every budget and borough, there is a London hotel for your needs. In the city to see a glimpse of the royalty? Book Stafford London to stay close to Buckingham Palace and The Mall and see any comings and goings.

Want to explore the literary side of the city? Stay at the Leonardo Royal Hotel St. Paul for an easy walk to the Tower of London - a must see for lovers of history and historical fiction alike.

If you're looking for a hotel in a prime central London location, look no further than Clarmont, Charing Cross. The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben and the Thames.

In London for business? Need space for an event? Trendy W London offers more than 1,300 square feet of meeting and event space, a wired business center and separate event studios that can be combined to create even larger spaces.

Vacation rentals, such as Airbnbs, are available across the city এবং and ideal for group or family trips where you can ask for a little more space (and your own kitchen).

How to get closer

City break London

To navigate around London, much like the other major international cities, you need to prioritize two of the following: time, money or convenience. Taking tubes, for example, is your least expensive option. The tube runs on a zone system, which means you pay a variable price based on the length of your journey. Depending on the length of your stay, you may want to purchase a Pay-As-You-Go Oyster card to avoid buying multiple single ride passes.

Your Oyster Card gives you access to the city bus system. Although red double-decker buses run at infinitely slow speeds (thanks to the increase in stop frequency), they also travel where the tube does not go. Here, you are choosing the convenience and cost over time.

There are also those iconic black cabs on the ground. Congratulate one, call the driver to your destination, and you're off. Catching a cab is usually convenient, but the cost can fluctuate greatly depending on your destination বিশেষ especially if you're at or from the airport.

Cab and Uber are both available in London and a reliable option for sightseeing if you live in an area away from the tube station.

Want to navigate London on two wheels? The city has a public bike-sharing program, Santander Bicycle has 800 docking stations and 12,000 bikes in circulation and is available on 24/7/365. A Santander bike costs £ 2 for unlimited travel up to 30 minutes in 24 hours. For rides longer than 30 minutes, the ride costs £ 2 for each additional 30 minutes.

Pro Tip: Use TripIt's Navigator feature to search for transportation options available to you This will show you the estimated cost and travel time for each option, so you can decide which one works best. For example, if you add a restaurant reservation to your itinerary (more on where to eat below), Navigator helps you find the best transportation options to get to your desk. You can find the Navigator in the details screen of your plan.

Where to eat


From the pub grub to the Michelin star, everything is in London.

Sushisamba combines the flavors of Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian food into one memorable dining experience. The Covent Garden location is ideal for a business lunch or dinner or for a bite after you visit the market. Or, check out the location of the Heron Tower for stunning views from the 38th and 39th floors.

Visit the OXO Tower restaurant, bar and brasserie to enjoy the seasonal British fare while overlooking the River Thames, St. Paul's Cathedral and literally the whole of London. Don't have time on your itinerary for a multi-course dinner? You can stop for a drink, afternoon tea, or a weekend brunch ... and of course take that IG shot.

The pursuit of wine and cheese? Visit Gordon's Wine Bar. This caverned wine bar is comfortable in the winter and spread out in the patio seats outside in the summer. To choose from over 20 items, you may need to bring one or two friends to help. (Let us know when you leave.)

Looking for newcomers to the London restaurant scene? Princess Royal of Notting Hill offers Mediterranean-inspired food. Fans of seafood will love the impressive raw bar and those with sweet teeth will be at the top of the dessert list.

The newly opened Dipna Anand at Somerset House is also worth a visit. Serving Punjabi and South Indian food and Indian-inspired drinks, Joy's latest initiative brings joy to the taste buds - complete with views of the river Thames.

What to do in your city break


Looking to get some sights while in town? London Shell Co. and City Experience both offer a unique way to experience London's sights by boat! The ever-changing scenery, entertainment, plus dinner and drinks, adds a memorable night to the town.

Planning a child-friendly trip? London is a playground for imagination, just ask Harry Potter. Kids will love discovering all the Harry Potter-inspired attractions across town, especially the Platform 9¾ tour. Or, get up close and personal with nature at ZSL London Zoo, where kids can take part in the daily Meet the Animal experience or be a junior keeper for a day.

Adults only? West End Hall is the place to go for discounted theater shows. You can buy tickets online or go to the TKTS booth in Leicester Square for discounted tickets. Or settle your culture at any of the city's world-famous museums, including the British Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Modern or Tate Britain.

Looking for something a little less curated? Head to Brixton, south of the river, where you can explore the unique boutiques along Pop Brixton, Brixton Market, the famous Electric Avenue and Borough Lane. Lastly, don't forget to check out the public art installations while you're there.

Note: Be sure to consult and comply with all local guidelines and travel restrictions as you reopen destinations around the world, as they vary greatly and will continue to change. One way to stay on top of changing guidelines is to consult COVID-19 Travel Guide For destination-specific information, the TripIt app features, testing and vaccination requirements, current transmission rates, quarantine rules upon arrival, and other information you need to know before visiting the area.


10 things to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Are you planning a trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina soon? Read our tips below on what to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina with the proposed tour!

It's easy to fall in love with Bosnia and Herzegovina. From the Olympic Mountains surrounding its stylish capital Sarajevo to the UNESCO sites and the fantastic cuisine to the cultural monuments where the East meets the West, you will find incredible history and uniquely hospitable locals. Let's dive into Bosnia and Herzegovina.

10 things to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Photo by Dennis Jarvis CC BY-SA 2.0

Other articles you can read:

List of best things in Bosnia and Herzegovina

1. Old Town Tour in Sarajevo

10 things to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Photo by Jocelyn Erskine-Kellie CC BY-SA 2.0

Sarajevo is the most vibrant and diverse city in Bosnia and Herzegovina. With a cluster of crafts
With shops, paved streets, and some of the best food shops, Sarajevo's Old Town, also known as Baskarsiza, is a great attraction. During your Sarajevo trip, you can easily buy a souvenir made with the same technique used when Baskarsiza was established with the advent of the Ottoman Empire in the 15th century. Keep in mind that the coffee culture in Sarajevo is quite strong and your Sarajevo trip has been completed entirely through the discovery of coffee pickles.

2. Enjoy the diving of the brave divers from the Old Bridge in Mostar

10 things to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Photo by Dennis Jarvis CC BY-SA 2.0

See the sights, cobbled streets and walls of Mostar Old Bridge. If you sit in one of the local restaurants near the bridge, you can enjoy the unforgettable view of the Firoza Neretva River. If you go in July, keep an eye out for some awesome diving featuring diving off the bridge event. Like Sarajevo, Moster's Old Town offers a chance to go back in time and find traces of Moster's ancient past.

3. Soak in peace in the operation hill in Medjugorje

The Hour Lady's shrine in Medjugorje, Herzegovina, is one of the most spectacular in the world. The Operation Hill became famous on June 25, 1981, when the Virgin Mary appeared in front of six teenagers. Today, it is a haven for those seeking peace, faith and hope.

4. Viscoco pyramid

Drawn by incredible power, thousands of people go to one of the five pyramids
Valley: Pyramid of the Sun, Pyramid of the Moon, Pyramid of Love, Pyramid of Bosnian Dragon and Temple of Mother Earth. The Pyramid of the Sun (Visosica) is the highest (it is higher than the Pyramid of Chios). Some say your eyes are deceiving you and there is nothing but a mountain in front of you. This mysterious place still offers much more than an archeological miracle and is often said to have healing powers.

5. Mehmed Pasha Bridge in Visegrad and Andrikgrad

10 things to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Photographs of Valiner Photography CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

This great Ottoman bridge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From here you can visit Andrikgrad, including the Slavic Language Center, the Academy of Fine Arts, the Town Hall, the Church of St. Lazarus, and the Renaissance Theater, as well as the Ivo Andrix Institute. It is a very nice tour and gives you the opportunity to explore different architectural styles and historical periods; Byzantine, Ottoman, Renaissance and classical styles.

6. Cow waterfall

10 things to do in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Photo by Brian Eleven cc by 2.0

If you want to swim in the cold water on a hot sunny day, Kravis Falls will amaze you. It is literally made for adventurers and nature lovers and is close to other tourist gems of Herzegovina so it is a highly recommended afternoon trip from Sarajevo.

7. Enjoy the incredible history and tranquility of the monastery in Trebinj

Herzegovina is a real treat for the gourmet spirit of wine and cheese. Offering great wines from local producers, the Trebinze Wine Sellers are a great place to start your trek to Trebinze. The old town of the city will absolutely fascinate you, and so will the 15th-century Orthodox Tvrdos Monastery, the Arsenalic Bridge, the Klobuk Castle, or the Harshegovaka Gracanica Monastery.

8. Skiing in the Olympic Mountains around Sarajevo

Take to the skies and enjoy the resources of the skiing areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Olympic Mountains, which hosted the 1984 Winter Olympic Games, have found something to suit every taste and they offer great value. Three Olympic Mountains - just 30 minutes walk from Bezelasnika, Igman and Zahorina Sarajevo. Zahorina is suitable for everyone from beginners to seasoned skiers. Bjelasnica and Igman offer excellent ski resorts for advanced skiers and some amazing off-pist skiing.

9. Explore the medieval castles of Central Bosnia (Travnik and Jazz)

Discover a huge collection of household items, tools and weapons kept in the medieval castles of Jazz and Travancore. In addition to these historic installations, you can enjoy a magnificent waterfall rising above the Jazz Castle. Jajce is also known as a royal city, and was the residence of Bosnian kings in medieval times, where Trovan became the capital of Bosnia during the Ottoman period and the residence of the Viziers in 1699. The Bosnian nieces presided over Travancore for more than 150 years.

10. Go Rafting - Neretva, Una, Tara.

A trip to Bosnia and Herzegovina is not complete without a rafting adventure. For a lifelong breathtaking venture, the Strawby Book of Una National Park provides the ultimate adventure experience. On the other hand, the Neretva River is more suitable for family rafting experience.

In Bosnia and Herzegovina you can do these potential things. So if you are ready Have a fun and exciting trip, you know what to do and where to go! So pack your bags now And prepare yourself for a wonderful adventure in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Interesting facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina, as part of the former Yugoslavia, is the first socialist country to host the Olympic Games.
  • On the morning before the Winter Olympics, Sarajevo's slopes and roads were snow-free. The snow started falling the night before the inauguration
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina hosts SE Europe's Best Film Festival - Sarajevo Film Festival Held in August
  • Europe's largest rainforests are located in Perusica, Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sutjeska National Park).