Podgorze once used to be a separate town. Elements of its previous administration centre are still visible: a market square (Rynek Podgorski) with a Municipality building on its corner and a neo-gothic St. Joseph’s Church – the main parish of Podgorze.... more »
Take a tour of Podgorze to discover enchanting art and history in less touristy area.
Visiting Malta during the Easter Holidays?
The Holy Week leading up to Easter Sunday will shortly be upon us. In every village in Malta you will find many processions, re-enactments, static displays and an assortment of local traditional food. The Holy Week is not a time of celebration but a time of... more »
The Arabs shaped the region's architecture, agriculture, culture and cuisine
From 711 to 1242 the port of Denia was a bustling Arab town and today the castle is the only visible reminder of the Muslim Arab presence which dominated Spain for 500 years after the initial invasion by Arabs and Berbers from North Africa. Beneath the... more »
10 Days, 170 Movies!
Every year, the Enzian Theatre hosts a nationally accalimed film festival, known as the Florida Film Festival. 2014 is no different, as Enzian is set to kick off the festival this week! Over the course of 10 days guests can choose from over 170 different... more »
A secret awaiting discovery, the Algarve has Roman ruins, Moorish castles and traditional villages as well as an amazing coastline, mouth-watering...more »
A secret awaiting discovery, the Algarve has Roman ruins, Moorish castles and traditional villages as well as an amazing coastline, mouth-watering Mediterranean cuisine and over 30 golf courses.
Breath-taking scenery, the marvellous Mediterranean, imposing mountains, traditional cuisine, charming villages and crystal-clear waterfalls are just some of Alicante's awesome attractions.
Melbourne City is brimming with theatres, cinemas, atmospheric bars and live entertainment venues. Families can stroll through the Royal Botanical...more »
Mexico City is a truly eclectic mix of life, with unique art, culture, cuisine, history and natural beauty all on offer. With so much to see and...more »
Ecuador is one of the most megadiverse countries in the world thanks to over 1600 species of birds and an incredible variety of mammals, plants and wildlife as well as a proud cultural diversity.
Mallorca is more than a buzzing nightlife. Think long sandy beaches and pine-clad coastlines; historic villages and scenic mountain train and vibrant Palma with its first-class shopping and dining.
A former fishing village on Turkey's Aegean Coast where sandy beaches are framed by mountains, and the ancient city of Ephesus is within easy reach.
Wander down the beautiful streets of Barcelona or enjoy the fabulous weather whilst having a drink and some tapas at a terrace café. Then get your...more »
Bringing together elements from Byzantine, Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Turkish civilizations, Istanbul has evolved over centuries into a city of great cultural significance.
Victor Hugo compared the beauty of Bordeaux to Versailles while the rest of us equate it to Paris without the stress, crowds, and expense. The ultimate pilgrimage for gastronomes and oenophiles.
Home of the world's first jet boat, bungy jump and river surfing operators, Queenstown likes to push the boundaries. Thrills are at every turn...more »
Bristol - United Kingdom
My Destination Bristol will guide you to the best attractions from the iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge spanning the picturesque... more »
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