Nightlife of Stockholm is quite famous. It has a lively nightlife, especially in the central area of Gamla Stan. Stockholm at night is dynamic and fun as in its nightclubs all get to enjoy the most of long summer days and starry nights over the winter. In Stockholm you have Nordic cozy pubs, large casinos, nightclubs and many other places indicating a lively nightlife … the choice is yours!
How about a crazy adventure and photo shoot at the top of Russia?? Nice Idea. Isn’t it ??
Writes Photoblogger-rufer Raskalov Vitaly: “The last time stopped completely delight you interesting and unusual posts, in connection with the work of virtually nowhere to choose. But on the May Day celebrations was lucky to fly to Vladivostok, and arrange the best out there quite a stir, rising without insurance and permits for the top 220 and 350 meter pylons of bridges being built across the Golden Horn and the Russian island.
Let’s start right from the bridge across the Golden Horn and the frame with the sneakers.
Where and which is the best Forest in the world to travel? It is Virgin Komi Forest. The Virgin Komi Forests cover 3.28 million ha of tundra and mountain tundra in the Urals, as well as one of the most extensive areas of virgin boreal forest remaining in Europe. This vast area of conifers, aspens, birches, peat bogs, rivers and natural lakes has been monitored and studied for over 50 years. It provides valuable evidence of the natural processes affecting biodiversity in the taiga.
El Camino Del Rey – My Full Travel Experience
- Sarah, The Bringer of Tea – El Camino Del Rey
Here’s the travel experience report I wrote for my outdoors forum. It gets a bit jargony in places, because of the audience it was written for, but I hope you enjoy!
Something a little different – technically canyoneering I guess, but via a via ferrata! Does require some scrambling and rappelling.
Equipment needed – full technical gear, head lamp or flashlight, enough rope for a 28 metre/100 foot rap (I used a 60 metre climbing rope, bit bouncy on the rap, but I was mainly there for the climbing), via ferrata kit (in a pinch you can make do with two slings and a couple of screwgates, but a proper VF kit is better because it has a shock absorber and VF ‘biners), optional quickdraws.
Travelling Germany this year in August? So what’s more there in Germany in August apart from landscapes? Festivals and carnivals are the good way to understand the local culture. Find out what August festivals and events take place in Germany in August 2012; from music festivals to wine fairs, here is what’s happening during your Germany travels in summer.
1. Richard Wagner Festival in Bayreuth
With this annual musical festival, the Bavarian town of Bayreuth pays tribute to the 19th-century German composer Richard Wagner. The world’s largest Wagner Festival has been sold out since 1876, and Wagner fans get their tickets years in advance to enjoy some of the composer’s best operas, from The Ring Cycle, to Parsifal.
When: July 25 – August 28, 2012
Where: Festspielhaus, Bayreuth
One of my friend - Stipe J. Burić shared his travel experience for this very Beautiful country called Croatia. There are some best places to visit in Croatia.
Dubrovnik, a medieval aristocratic republic from the 12th-19th centuries and the best preserved walled city in the Mediterranean, is one of Croatia’s main tourist attractions and one of only three European cities ranked as a World Heritage Site of zero category by UNESCO, which the English poet Lord Byron named the “pearl of the Adriatic”. The enchanting landscape, including the nearby islands, the beeches, the numberless historical sites, the colours, the shapes, the scents, the warmth of the climate and people… will all provide for an unforgettable experience.
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games, officially the Games of the XXX Olympiad, will take place in London, England, United Kingdom from 27 July to 12 August 2012.
Public transport will be the Achilles tendon of the 2012 Olympic Games
This summer, London and the United Kingdom in total will come to life with one of the largest and most important events of the sporting world: the Olympic Games (27 July-12 August 2012) and the Paraolympic Games (August 29 -9 September). Along with a lot of emotions and an incredible atmosphere, the Games will bring thousands of visitors together.
This means that the transport system will be very congested – so it would be wise to start planning your trip right away. There will be no parking available to viewers wherever the games are played, except for a limited number of seats for spectators with disabilities, which must be booked in advance.
Map of locations of the games in London
Map of where the Games are held in the United Kingdom
Carnival of Cultures – The Basics:
Every summer, Berlin celebrates its own unique carnival, called the Carnival of Cultures – more than 1,5 million visitors flock to the district of Kreuzberg to celebrate the multicultural spirit of Germany’s capital.
Berlin is home to more than 450,000 people from around the world and proud to be the most international city in Germany. The Carnival of Cultures pays tribute to Berlin’s ethnic diversity and the peaceful coexistence of its different cultures with this fun summer festival.
Carnival of Cultures – What To Expect:
The Berlin Carnival of Cultures is a four-day open-air festival with exotic food and drinks, concerts, performances, and parties.
San Fermin Festival in Pamplona, Spain
What is the craziest party in the world? There is no doubt that the answer is the Running of the bulls in San Fermin Festival in Pamplona. Every summer hundreds of young runners from all over the world gather to try their luck by running from a group of bulls on the run.
Pamplona is a small Spanish village every July the 6th begins the festivities in honour of its patron saint, San Fermin, although the most famous and fascinating of the celebrations is the bull, or the running of the bulls.
The party begins at noon on July 6 with the launch of the rocket (the chupinazo) from the balcony of the City Hall and thereafter each morning at 8 o’clock a group of six bulls and a few steers are released from pens at the base of the hill of Santo Domingo.
Kos is located in the south eastern Aegean Sea, Greece. In size Kos is the third largest island in the Dodecanese and is famous for being the birthplace of the father of medicine, Hippocrates. The ancient Romans considered Kos the most temperate place in the world thanks to its warm mild climate which is very beneficial.
The pleasant temperatures, the breathtaking beauty of nature and its beaches of golden sand make holidays in Kos wonderful no matter what time of the year you visit.
North Coast, Mastichari
The north coast is always windy, but being more rocky the seabed there has better suited spots for diving, while the southern beaches with their sea are always calm and are preferred by families and lovers due to the relaxation they offer.
Among Kardamena and Kos are natural pools of hot water and sulfur, the “Thermes” where you can enjoy refreshments with a beauty bath.