A trip to China is not one of the easiest trips that a tourist could do. The distance is long and the culture completely different, so much even if you know what to expect, you will be surprised.
The ancient temples, the huge skyscrapers, the crazy crowds and the communist atmosphere are what a traveler knows that will see and feel in China. But what could be unexpectable? Let’s take a look at the things that no one expects to face on a trip to the country with the largest population in the world. Continue reading “10 things that are surprising to those who visit China!”
There are some places on the world that will not stay forever waiting for you to visit them and you have to hurry because they will disappear or change so dramatically that they lose their uniqueness. They are natural monuments or created by people that are in danger by environmental pollution, mass tourism or various other factors …
Spring is the season that we come close to the nature. That’s why we chose where you make your walks, in the most beautiful, flowery and colorful streets in the world, through 10 photos that are so vibrant and amazing.
According to the World Happiness Report 2017, a survey that evaluates 155 countries on the the happiness levels, the most smiley countries, which make up the top ten for this year, are the following.
Norway has been included in the top ten of the list for many years, but this year its residents have sent it to the top and the reasons are enough. The country has a particular natural landscape, from urban Oslo to the wonderful Preikestolen and Geirangerfjord, while citizens enjoy quality of life at the cost of balancing with income while sharing trust, generosity and control in their lives. On top of that, there is also their trust on the government.
The waterfall Seljalandsfoss in Iceland is located between Selfoss and Skogafoss.
It is a picturesque waterfall that drops from a height of 60 meters into a deep lake. It is a unique and popular tourist attraction, as visitors can walk around the lake and stand behind the waterfall, which is part of Seljalandsa River.