In our new series about University cities we are going to link the universities with the visual features of each host city. First in line is Brno - the second largest city in the Czech Republic, and one which truly has the status of a student town. Check out all that you can visit while studying in Brno.
Do you like foie gras, pastry with poppy seeds, salmon, or chewing gum? These and many other food items are forbidden in certain parts of the world. Which ones and why? There are many different reasons, as you will now learn.
Following up on the tour through Canada that we made last week, there is another place in the New World that we would like to take you to. Located in Latin America, Brazil has plenty to offer: fabulous scenery, diverse ethnicities resulting in a very rich culture, and also the famous Carnival in Rio de Janeiro.
Because travel for pleasure doesn't have to end with the onset of autumn, we continue our virtual tour through individual countries via photographs. Following Russia, which we featured last week, we continue this week with a visit to Canada, another spectacular and multicultural country, this one with two official languages.
Moving on from Vietnam - our destination last week - we travel north to visit the largest country in the world, covering an incredible 11 time zones, where we will enjoy a rich history and a landscape filled with contrast. Visit Russia.
If you utterly love summer, then the upcoming autumn will be a real setback. Fortunately, tourism is on the rise, and sunny destinations are within reach. Where to travel to extend the summer? Check out our gallery.
There is an old joke which trivialises the building of tunnels. In a nutshell, it states that the construction of a tunnel starts from two points and the idea is, of course, to meet in the middle. And if not, then there is the option of having two tunnels. Transportation via tunnel is not as new as one might think. The first road tunnel was built 76 - 77 AD for the Via Flaminia at the Furlo Pass in the Apennines. Which are the longest road tunnels? Continue reading.
Summer is nearly at an end, but we are continuing with our travels. Last time we visited China, and today's article will be dedicated to a neighbouring country which has enjoyed exponential growth in tourism in recent years and has become a popular destination for a cross section of visitors.
Our perceived needs have been increasing dramatically. The constant demand for consumer items and access to material things is on the agenda. Living while cut off from all these amenities is almost inconceivable. And yet, people live in places so isolated that their connection to civilization is extremely restricted, in some places limited to a couple of times a year. Check out the most isolated places where people live.