The Antrim Coast Road offers views more spectacular than the Grand Canyon in the US or Venezuela's Angel Falls, according to a survey. Sydney Opera House came top in the poll of 5,000 Britons by an Australian wine company to find places with the world's most spectacular views.
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Who is a travel blogger? Would you like to become one? Most people cannot imagine travelling while blogging. But yes, it is possible to travel while blogging. There are many successful travel bloggers across the world. And this is enough proof that you can do it too if you want to.
The Himalayas are the ultimate destination for people seeking adventure. The mountain peaks, valleys filled with flowers aplenty, the mountain passes with their narrow winding roads and the many rivers and streams cutting across, snowcapped mountain and melting glaciers, all of these provide perfect fodder for an adventure seeker.
Over the past 10-20 years, as cycle touring’s popularity has taken off, so too have the numbers of long distance adventurers who have set their sights on South America. With most countries on this vast continent having transitioned from military dictatorships to democracy and freedom, South America offers a refuge from the insecurity or overcrowding that characterize much of the world today.
In the Arab world, Morocco has many stories to tell. This ancient country is a great place to explore and if you are a history enthusiast, you might like this place more when you come in contact with the air of this place.
It’s been more than a thousand years but Roman imperialism and glory can still be witnessed throughout Europe. Huge constructions and architecture made by the Romans are appreciated by the whole world. But the most impressive things that the Roman’s made is the network of roads.
There’s no better way to experience the world’s most scenic, exciting roads than by driving yourself. Winding around South Africa’s Garden Route or Australia’s Great Ocean Road, you experience all the exhilaration of gorgeous twists and turns. However, it is not always practical to drive yourself, especially in countries in which driving is a little more difficult.
Southeast Asia is a popular destination among tourists, travelers and of course the backpackers. You have indeed made a right choice if planning a trip to Southeast Asia as the region is incredibly inexpensive and brims with adventure.
Traffic deaths in the U.S. exceeded 40,000 for the third straight year in 2018, according to the National Safety Council. Despite the development of useful safety technologies such as automatic emergency braking, relatively few cars have these features.
There’s little doubt that Scotland is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
If you’re one of those people who doesn’t like the idea of staying in one place when you’re on holiday; if the idea of lying around a pool for day on end gives you itchy feet, then perhaps you’d prefer to experience the thrill and freedom of an unforgettable road trip.
Normally when you think of New York City, ‘history’ is not the first thing that comes to mind. But there in fact many beautiful historical buildings and sites all around the city that are definitely worth seeing. So whether you are a history buff or simply enjoy seeing standout buildings, here is a list of the top historical buildings to see while in NYC.
With around 187,000 acres of land, The Great Smoky Mountains are a major attraction of the USA that thousands of people flock to every year. This large area of land stretches along the Tennessee – North Carolina border.
Have you ever wanted to travel cross-country? Do you think that it’s impossible to go on a road trip and see all the greatest landmarks in one go? Well, science will prove you wrong.
The modern information space is highly diversified. Any user can learn the basics of makeup, decoration, and cooking in a few clicks on the Internet. Travelling has also become a modern trend, and more and more people not only observe life in other places but also make independent trips.
At any age, people can see a lot of difficulties in front of them, they are forced to set a certain framework, follow different rules. We are constantly confronted with the fact that certain things must be fulfilled, but this “must” does not always correspond to “want”. This is especially true for students who study the world, develop and learn something new.
The Great River Road follows the Mississippi River generally from New Orleans to Minnesota. For long stretches, the road is a wonderful panoply of river, bluffs, and picturesque small towns. For other long stretches, the road is too far from the river for travelers to see the river and the towns are less than picturesque.
The Kjalvegur Road, also known as the F35 Kjölur route, runs 168km from north to south through the midwest of Iceland. F roads in Iceland are only open in the summer around June to the end of August/September and the Kjölur is no different.
Ireland has no shortage of scenic views and breath-taking destinations for adventurous backpackers but, if epic road trips are more up your alley, Ireland won’t disappoint you either.
If you are heading out on a road trip on your own, with your partner, or with the family, you are in for a fun and exciting time. This is a great way to enjoy some adventure and exploration, and there are many wonderful areas and routes that you can choose for your road trip.
Ring Road, also known as Route 1, is a national road that runs around Iceland. It is 1,332 Kilometres in length, and connects most of the towns and landmarks together in Iceland. From Reykjavik it goes north to Blönduós and Akureyri, to the eastern city of Egilsstaðir, down to Höfn, and finally follows the south coast back to Selfoss.
Putting together a list of the most beautiful roads in Eastern Europe is surprisingly challenging. The whole European continent is full of fairytale scenic routes, but the east has hidden gems that make for amazing road trips. Narrowing all of that down to a single shortlist was hard, but someone had to do it. So here it is, a list filled with the most breathtaking spots in the region.
If you love being on the road, Germany is definitely a country you have to visit. The roads are filled with picture-postcard locations, like vineyards, mountains and meadows.
Iceland’s rugged, awe-inspiring landscapes make for one of the best and unusual road trips you can make. The roads are long and winding, and if you elect to go into the highlands on the country’s F-roads, you may be driving across glacial rivers and up winding mountain gravel tracks. It is a driving experience unmatched anywhere in the world.