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Top Places to Enjoy a Drink in Sydney

In a city with such a wide variety of bars and restaurants, it can be difficult being a newcomer and not knowing where to start. Below are some of the best places you should visit, and thankfully all of them are situated right in the centre, so you won’t even have to travel far to get to them.




If you’re looking for something a little fancy, with a little pizazz, then try Eau-de-Vie, where amazing mixologists create some fantastic flavours that can only be sampled to be believed. Of course, there’s a list of the usual favourites, but why go somewhere new if you’re not going to try anything new? Take your pick from a quirkily named Connect Four or classic Cosmopolitan.


If you’re feeling adventurous and a little on the wild-side, then take a trip to the Absinthesalon. With a Parisian feel and theme, the bar is a brilliant place to try for a different experience. You can try a range of absinthe, twenty nine varieties in fact, some from Switzerland and some from France. Don’t expect any hallucinations however; this is all legal and if anything, will only get you a little tipsy, especially as it is a maximum of three drinks per person. So you’ll be responsible and have a great time!


Carrying on the fun-time theme, try Tio’sCerveceria for great styles of tequila. You can take your pick from over seventy types of tequila, all as fun as the next. You can also choose to have your spirit mixed into cocktails or long drinks, so don’t be put off by the initial taste. The surroundings are amazing and you’ll feel incredibly relaxed in the dull glow of the bar and its unique decorations.


Love, Tilly Devine, with its dainty name and sweet array of all things grape, is the perfect place for wine lovers to visit. Read the hefty menu by candlelight and choose from Chenin Blanc to Riesling. You can sample some of the more local wines or go international, depending on your tastes. Whatever you choose though is sure to satisfy and you might even want to take a case home with you.

Another brilliant bar for wine is 121 BC. Once again, with soft lighting and candles, the bar is perfect for romantic couples. This place is great for those looking for an Italian wine selection, a little out of the way from Sydney, granted, but still a brilliant place to enjoy some delicious food and a wonderful wine selection.


If all of the above are just a bit too sophisticated and high-brow for you, then take a trip to The Local Taphouse. This amazing bar is set up like an old-school tavern, with a wide array of beers to choose from. You can try local Australian or spread your wings a little and go for something a bit more exotic. Whatever you choose though, you certainly won’t be disappointed and you might find you’re a bit too overwhelmed by choice.

Secret Attractions of Cyprus

If there’s one place to see before you die, it’s certainly the island of Cyprus. Not only does this spectacular holidaying destination offer so much more than your usual tourist getaway, but situated in the heart of the Mediterranean, the food is sublime and the climate is to die for. Millions of people holiday in Cyprus every year, and with an increase in British people looking to snap up property on the island, the country’s infrastructure has never been better.

From the vibrant town of Agia Napa to the sleepy villages of the south, there’s so much to see and do here that you won’t know where to start. Let’s take a look at some of the secret attractions of Cyprus on offer this summer.

Head For The Hills

One of the latest trends to spring up in Cyprus is agritourism, and this is where people choose to holiday in the mountains away from the big resorts on the beaches. If you’re looking for a quite break this summer, miles away from the nearest sound system or beach party, then there are plenty of things to do and places to stay in the Troodos Mountains.

As you lay back beneath the pine trees and cedars, the only sound you’ll hear is the chirping of the birds and the breeze in your hair. If you want to stretch your legs however, there are a variety of activities to try out, including cycling, sightseeing and even mountain climbing. Furthermore, don’t think you’ll have to pay more for this tranquillity – in some cases, it’s cheaper than staying in the all-inclusive resorts.

Experience A Beach Party

Cyprus Beaches

Cyprus Beaches

Cyprus, and more specifically Agia Napa, is known for its tourist party culture, and it’s completely understandable if you’ve been there, done it and got the t-shirt. Because the beaches in Cyprus are so stunning, many of the pre-parties to the night’s main event are held on the shoreline, and they’re rarely as crowded as the main event either. From fire breathers and circus acts to live music and traditional dancing, you don’t have to mix in with the big bars and nightclubs to have a great time at a beach party.

Archaeological Wonders

Cyprus is a country full of ancient history, and one of the most exciting ways to experience this history first hand is to take a sight-seeing tour of the island. Ancient Kourin is known all over the Mediterranean as a cultural and archaeological hotspot in Cyprus, home to one of Europe’s only Greco-Roman amphitheatre. Although it has had various renovations since being discovered in 1962, it still stands tall on the cliff tops, and lays bare the wonderful and intricate floor mosaics inside.

Wine Tasting 

Some of the best wine in the Mediterranean originates from Cyprus, and the island has entire landscapes of vineries to experience. All across the Troodos Mountain are boutique wineries, where tourists can taste some of the island’s finest grapes, and even learn to bottle their own wine!

Top Ten London Attractions

London is one of the most visited cities of the world. This city has potential to satisfy all the tourists who come to this city with great but different expectations. London is well known for its attractions including historic buildings, great London Museums, stunning architecture, lavish London Markets, cultural variety and amazing glamour.

If your wallet is not supporting your wanderlust, you should not throw your thought away. You can manage your London trip in a low budget.  You must read How to Get Cheap Flights to London and How to Visit London with a Low Budget. Here is a list of top ten attractions of London.


 London Attractions

            1. London Eye

The London Eye is a huge Ferris wheel located on the banks of the River Thames in London, England. It has been attracting tourists largely since it has been installed because a 30 minutes ride gives tourists an unforgettable experience.


London Attractions

             2. Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace has been serving as the official London residence of Britain’s sovereigns since 1837 and is a primary workplace of the British monarch. This grand palace is situated in the City of Westminster.


             3. River Thames

River Thames plays a vital role in enhancing the charm of London city. The river is specially decorated on special occasions. The tourists get attracted to river because it provides various leisure opportunities.


Tower Bridge - London Attractions

            4. Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is an iconic symbol of London and a source of pride for Lenders. The special design has made the bridge very flexible to let the ships cross through it. The bridge has a great attraction for tourists.


National Gallery - London Attractions

             5. The National Gallery

The National Gallery is an art museum situated on Trafalgar Square, London. This gallery has large collection of paintings that has great attraction fro tourists.


Houses of Parliament- London Attractions

             6. The Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament is also known as the Palace of Westminster and it is the seat of Britain’s two parliamentary houses, the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The tourist cannot only visit it but also attend the parliamentarian session.


St Paul’s Cathedral- London Attractions               7. St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral is a Church of England. This cathedral is a seat of the Bishop of London. This cathedral has a great history and therefore a great attraction for the tourists.


The O2 - London Attractions                8. The O2

The O2, is an enormous entertainment district on the Greenwich peninsula in South East London. It has a great indoor arena, a music club and a Cineworld cinema. The tourists have lot of attractions at this entertainment place.


Trafalgar Square - London Attractions

                9. Trafalgar Square

Trafalgar Square is situated at the centre of London. It has ever been a great attraction for the tourists. The open air performance of various novice artists largely entertains tourists.


westminster-abbey-london                 10. Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is a large Gothic church that preserves a history of 700 years. This building is situated to the west of the Palace of Westminster. Every year millions of visitors flock to this majestic building.


The Best Destination for Two Weeks Holidays in France

Dordogne and Lot-et-Garonne

The Dordogne department is a splendid countryside considered to be the best spot for holidays in France.  It houses stunning valleys, limestone cliffs, wonderful castles, hilltop towns and vast green fields.

Its name in French Périgord, represents seven rivers of the region. Its striking cave paintings attracts most foreign trips to France and its gourmet delights, especially paté de foie gras, walnuts and truffles entice most of local trips of France.

With such a variety of attractions as visible in this little video it is needless to say that, during summer, the Dordogne is jam packed with the tourists who put this spot on priority for their holidays.

Therefore, if you want to spend your holidays in tranquillity and serenity then you should go to Lot-et-Garonne,located in the south of the Dordogne. Moving to this tourist destination you can avoid crowds and the highlights of the Dordogne would be still in your easy access.

During winter the whole region lose its attraction to tourists and therefore most of the hotels, restaurants and tourist sites close.
This site though does not offer beaches to the tourists but the beautiful river Dordogne that runs through this region is very fabulous that can be seen in this video.


Holidays to Greece – Cheap Travel Destinations

Having holidays to Greece Islands brings serenity and charm that will last for life time. The visions of stunning views of Greek Islands continue refreshing even after you return home. The seductive scenes float through mind like a fresh breeze. The natural sceneries of Greece make it one of the best places to visit in Europe.

Depending upon your taste, time and money, you can choose at least one island, out of our four suggestions, as your next holiday destination.

  1. Santorini –Greece Island
  2. Crete – Greece Island
  3. Mykonos – Greece Island
  4. Rhodes – Greece Island

 1. Santorini – Greece Island

Santorini is the first suggestion for Greece holidays. This island is so magnificent and fanciful that it can be called a diamond of the Greek Islands.

Reaching here the visitors get absorbed in this dramatic landscape, remnant of what was probably the biggest volcanic eruption. Having arrived at this fantastic island in a slower ferry with open decks, one gets exposed to its real beauty.

Holidays to Greece Islands

The greatest attraction at Santorini Island is its breath-taking sunset views. The village of Oia on the northern side of the island is the best spot for it. The tourists who come for Santorini holidays put this spot on top priority.

If you have never been to Greece and now you are thinking to have a visit to Greek Islands. Santorini Island should be your top priority. Spending at least two days in this imaginary Island gets you a treasure of wonderful memories for whole life.

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Santorini Greece has naturally fantastic beaches like the beach of Perissa, probably the best one in Santorini. Moreover, Kamari is also popular beach for its black pebbles. Among others include white beach and red beach.

An ideal time Santorini holidays is April to June or September to October because of mild weather during these days. Hotels in Santorini are expensive just like hotels in Mykonos.

2. Crete – Greece Island

3. Mykonos – Greece Island

Having glamour for its camping spots at golden beaches, Mykonos is a seductive sunny site for Greece holidays. Moving across the Mykonos beach you would often stumble into celebrities that love to spend their holidays here.

The magnificent attraction of this place has made it expensive in comparison to other Greek beaches. It had been attracting tourists for last 40 years but the locals had not lost their Greek identity despite the influx of worldwide tourists here.

Mykonos – Greece - Holidays Destination

Mykonos – Greece Island


[lenslider id=”undefined”]Mykonos is equally renowned for its night life because of its stylish bars, restaurants and shops that remain open till late night. Besides above, it is also a hottest holiday destination for gays and lesbians.

Mykonos gets very crowded in July and August and the best timing to visit Mykonos is mid-May through June. During these days Mykonos hotels are not very demanding and thus offer cheaper rates. In addition, Mykonos villas are also available at appropriate price during these days.

4. Rhodes – Greece Island

Located between Crete and Eastern Aegean Ocean, Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and a great attraction for Greece holidays.

It attracts more visitors than any other Greek island. One of the reasons is its mild climate.

Holidays to Greece –Islands

Rhodes – Greece Island

You hardly miss sunshine here. Rhodes offers all the amenities that a tourist looks at a holiday destination. These include beaches, greenery and night clubs etc. Rhodes Town, a World Heritage site, is another centre of attraction for tourists.

 Greece Islands  MAP – Holidays to Greece

Best Pubs in England

1. The Prospect of Whitby, London

The Prospect of Whitby has been very popular as a former hangout spot for a princess and top list actors. Situated on the riverside, it excels in the list of top pubs in London. It was developed back in 1543. At night the view of this spot becomes more enchanting.

The Prospect of Whitby, London

The top building of Canary Wharf and the dancing waves of Thames makes the sitting in this pub more pleasant. Moreover, this spot is also attached with the memory of local Judge Jeffreys, aka the Hanging Judge.

2.The Inn at Whitewell, Lancashire

Along the River Hodder, seven miles have been dedicated to fishing. Here used to be an old deer keeper’s lodge that now has been converted to a homely northern country pub. It is surrounded by the rich green park and it offers a free view of gloomy hills from beyond. Along with an outdoor terrace and a private dining room this pub offers a beautiful place to spend time. In addition, the traditional set up of pub makes the dining here more fabulous.

The Inn At Whitewell, along river Hodder Lancashire

3. The Maltsters Arms, Devon

This pub is also situated on deep countryside on the banks of the Dart near Totnes and its dancing reflection can be seen in Bow Creek. All this looks like a beautifully coloured sailing boat tied from outside. It also has antique look inside the bar. An antique wooden bed placed here is so high that two little wooden boxes with carpeted tops have been kept to support each side and scramble them up. The wall paper is green and turquoise striped and gives an amazing look to the bar. Basically this place was once owned by Keith Floyd, a legendary, and it was considered as a heaven for sailors as well as local peoples here.

The Maltsters Arms, Devon

4. The Drunken Duck, Cumbria

Wedged between the Hawkshead, Ambleside and Old Man of Coniston, The Drunken Duck also called Double D has amazing views for all weathers. When the sun smiles down on Cumbria the Langdale Pikes can be viewed. During rain the walls of pub lined up with some sort of nostalgic art and provide a marvellous scene that becomes more fabulous in the presence of fire heating.

The Drunken Duck, Cumbria

5. The Square and Compass, Dorset

The Square and Compass, is situated to the east of Kimmeridge Bay in the Isle of Purbeck. This is also one of the fabulous pubs of England that makes an amazing spot to drink in the glory of Dorset’s Jurassic coast. The majestic views of glittering sea that peek through Puberk Hills becomes more splendid with a fresh drink. This bub has been run by a same family over a very long time. Therefore, the traditional taste of dishes that this family has preserved through struggle enhances the enjoyment of visitor. Apart from pub other amusements include onsite fossil museum and experimental live theatre performances in the evening. Moreover, in summer mini music festivals are held here that are also worth visiting.

The Square & Compass, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset.

6. The White Horse, Norfolk

The White Horse Inn is magnificently situated on the marshland coastline of North Norfolk at Brancaster Staithe, a popular area of outstanding natural beauty, with its big blue smiling skies, outstanding sunsets and spacious space to breathe. The coastline is a enchanted area to explore with very romantic views across the tidal marshes and beautiful sandy beaches.
The area is ideally attractive for all sort of visitors like casual walkers, sailors, golfers, cyclists, birdwatchers and dog owners. The holidaymakers and families can enjoy fun here.

The White Horse Brancaster Staithe Norfolk

7. The Mariners Rock, Cornwall

The Mariners Rock is a very fabulous pub situated on the north bank of Camel River opposite to padstow. The most wonderful time to reach here is just before dusk when sun begins to hide itself in sky and sends night starts to appear. With a pint of Sharps Doombar this scene becomes more interesting. However, some tasty dishes of freshly caught fish are also available at the restaurant. Eating this meal looking at the dancing waves of water gives an amazing experience.

What To Do in Budapest

With a perfect natural setting spanning the River Danube, striking architecture and appetizing Magyar cuisine, Budapest is one of the most gratifying cities in Europe. What To Do in Budapest – a list is long enough. Its splendid waterfront and boulevards invite comparisons with Paris, Vienna and Prague as do many attributes of its cultural aspects, ranging from coffee houses, bath parties and a love of opera to its wine-producing practice. In addition, hotels in Budapest are cosy as well as affordable.

1. Castle Hill, Budapest

What To Do in Budapest if you have hunger to explore history? Start your tour from Castle Hill and explore further Castle Hill Budapest Top Tourist Attractions. Castle Hill is stretched on one Km long area along Danube River and contains Budapest’s most significant primitive monuments and museums.

Castle Hill Budapest - What To Do in Budapest

Castle Hill Budapest – What To Do in Budapest

2. Heroes’ square, Budapest

Located at the entrance to the City Park, Budapest’s Heroes’ Square is a landmark built in the honour of the great historical leaders of Hungary. It attracts more visitors than any other site in Budapest.

Heroes’ square - What To Do in Budapest

Heroes’ square – What To Do in Budapest

The central showpiece of the square is the Millennium Monument, built in 1896 to memorialise the 1000th anniversary of the Magyar defeat. Moving up to monument you will come across another landmark, Millennial Column with a statue of the Archangel Gabriel at its top.

3. Church of Our Lady, Budapest

It is really hard to move around Castle District without having a glimpse of twin towers of Church of Our Lady. These towers with a height of 122.3 meters are known to be the second tallest brick work of world. This fabulous construction was completed in 13th century.

Church of Our Lady - What To Do in Budapest

Church of Our Lady – What To Do in Budapest

4. Parliament House, Budapest

In Budapest one thing that you must not miss at all is visit to spectacular Parliament House, home of the Holy Hungarian Crown. Spread on 12 miles (20km) on the bank of the Danube, it is the largest building of the city. Though it is hard to visit all its 691 rooms; however, the eye catching architectural work of Session Room and the impressive Great Vaulted Hall cannot be overlooked.
Adorned with white neo-gothic towers and arches, the Budapest Parliament is one of the city’s most excellent landmarks.

Parliament House - What To Do in Budapest

Parliament House – What To Do in Budapest

5. Fisherman’s Bastion, Budapest

Built in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style, Fisherman’s Bastion is a terrace located on the bank of Danube River. Its beautiful seven towers symbolize the seven Magyar tribes arrived to the Carpathian Basin in 896. From the towers and terrace wonderful views of Danube, Margaret Island, Pest and the Gellért Hill can be captured.

Fisherman's Bastion - What To Do in Budapest

Fisherman’s Bastion – What To Do in Budapest

6. House of Terror, Budapest

With a striking focus on the crimes and carnages of Hungary’s fascist and Stalinist rules, House of Terror is an astonishing museum to visit. The building in which it is located was used as the headquarters of the ÁVH secret police who would interrogate activists of opponent political parties using cruel ways.

House of Terror - What To Do in Budapest

House of Terror – What To Do in Budapest

7. Basilica of St Stephen, Budapest

Basilica of St Stephen is a neoclassical cathedral of Budapest and interesting thing is its construction work that continued for almost half a century and finally completed in 1905. However, a wild storm in 1968 destroyed its most beautiful dome.

Basilica of St Stephen - What To Do in Budapest

Basilica of St Stephen – What To Do in Budapest

The worth viewing attraction inside the cathedral is the Holy Right, the mummified right hand of St Stephen in the reliquary. It is hard to stay longer inside Basilica because of gloomy darkness; however, moving towards the top of dome offers one of the best views of Budapest city.

8. Hospital in the Rock, Budapest

Containing original medical equipment and 70 wax figures, this attraction has been opened recently in the Castle Hill caves network. One hour guided tour of long walk here expose very wonderful features of cold war era.

Hospital in the Rock - What To Do in Budapest

Hospital in the Rock – What To Do in Budapest

9. Budapest Baths, Budapest

What To Do in Budapest if you get fatigued? Head towards Budapest Baths and Spas – Top 5.
Budapest has been blessed with numerous thermal springs that have a healing quality. Right in the centre of city you can find amazing baths which makes Budapest nightlife more charming with the offer of colourful bath parties. Such parties are a real fun that continued till 3:00 am.

Budapest Baths - What To Do in Budapest

Budapest Baths – What To Do in Budapest

Moreover, drinking cure and medical treatment with the use of thermal water that is rich in minerals is also available.

10. Margit-sziget, Budapest

What To Do in Budapest if you want serenity away from flocks of tourists? Head towards Margit-sziget.
A comfortable zone where you can go for swimming and jogging or you can enjoy a picnic on the green grass thorough the day and spend night in parties at splendid bars. In fact, this grassy island has been a very favourite meeting spot for lovers since the nineteenth century; there is a popular saying that “love begins and ends on Margit-sziget”.

Margit-sziget - What To Do in Budapest

Margit-sziget – What To Do in Budapest

What To Do in Budapest – Map

Explore Budapest further using map.

Travel information on Money and costs in Bulgaria

The currency in Bulgaria is the lev (plural: leva). At top hotels, organised tours, airfares and car rental prices are usually quoted in euros, however payment is possible in leva. Some budget hotels and private rooms may also quote their rates in euros however it is better to pay in leva. Normally the leva price is twice the given euro price (eg €01 = 02 lv).

Here foreigners have been charged more than the locals, since Bulgaria joined the EU in 2007. Prices have risen however travelling around the country is still very cheap in comparison with Western European countries.

Activity Cost (lv)
Camping Site 10 per person
A Budget Hotel (outside Sofia)
A Single Room 20
A Midrange Hotel
A Single Room 40
A Double Room 60
At a Cheap Café
A Simple Meal 03
A Main Course 15
Museums Free Entry
Galleries Free Entry

You can enjoy your holiday in Bulgaria in a budget of 50 lv per person per day staying at budget hotels or in private rooms, eating cheap Bulgarian food and catching public buses and 2nd-class trains. Some top-end hotels in Sofia offer discounts during August, when most tourists have gone to the coast.

Staying in midrange hotels, eating at higher-quality restaurants, travelling in 1st-class trains and buying souvenirs will cost about 80 lv per person per day.

If you want to stay in Sofia then your cost would become almost double that is 160 lv per person per day.

Cheapest Countries to Visit in Europe

The economic downturn of last few years has reduced the purchasing power of people and therefore, cheap vacations have become priority of tourists especially for Europe trips.

After a thorough research we have short listed a few European countries as cheapest travel destinations of Europe  where holidays can be enjoyed in a low budget.


With its long sandy Black Sea Coast, that holds strips of seductive sunny beaches and striking bays, Bulgaria is a best holiday spot in a budget trip. This majestic country has a long list of attractions that have been untouched and unvisited by foreign tourists. Hiking trails and horse-riding routes along the lavish mountainous of Rila and Pirin with lovely wildlife are hard to find elsewhere in Europe.

Cheapest Travel Destinations of Europe -Bulgaria

A Golf Course  in Bulgaria

Cheap but efficient public transport between cities takes you to remote counties where old traditions of Balkan culture are flourishing with a pride.

If you fancy relishing the urban life then come to cosmopolitan Sofia where gorgeous parks, lavish bars and absorbing museums will welcome you. In addition, hotels in Bulgaria are pleasingly cheap in comparison with those in Western Europe. In order to get practical travel information on money and costs in Bulgaria click here.


Have a trip to Lithuania and explore its colourful history, a country once enjoyed an empire extending from the Baltic to the Black Sea. Moreover, it is the first Baltic state that won its freedom from Moscow and stirred a change that ultimately collapsed the Soviet Union.

The capital Vilnius, with its mended passages and ornamental churches, is no doubt the most architecturally attractive of all the Baltic capitals. Moreover, Vilnius is little in size and it can be easily explored in a budget trip. Lithuanian women in villages with well-kept traditions offer folk dance to inspire its visitors. In addition, lower rates of hotels and restaurants in Lithuania make it one of cheap vacations sites.

Lithuania - Cheapest Travel Destinations of Europe


Having its roots back in first millennium, Poland is another alluring country to travel on budget. Housing former Jewish centres such as Łódź and Lublin, it is rich in Jewish heritage.

Visit its lingering ruins and the medieval castles including fantastic red-brick fortresses of the Teutonic Knights in the north along the Vistula. In addition, the first royal capital of Kraków is a wonder of architecture with its well-kept Gothic core and layers of Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau. Further, the stylish life of Warsaw is another attraction.

Cheapest Travel Destinations of Europe- Poland

Teutonic Castle in Malbork – Poland

Spending holidays in Poland would become an incredible experience if you love home cooked food since Polish restaurants especially in Krakow offer delicious food based on local ingredients such as, mushroom, cabbage, beetroot and onion. In order to travel to Poland cheap vacation packages can be easily found. However, if you want to visit on your own, hotels in Poland are comparatively cheap.


With a mixture of glamour and well-kept traditions, Croatia offers the best places to visit in Europe. It is a place where beaches and sunshine compete for attention. The gorgeous coastline along with serene mountains and national parks has made this country the Europe’s vacation hotspot. Swimming in the romantic coves and then lying on the golden sandy beaches makes the holiday in Croatia a wonderful experience. Moreover, its cultural treasures, prehistoric architecture and gorgeous folk traditions have enhanced its popularity among tourists.

Cheapest Travel Destinations of Europe - Croatia


Croatia is as diverse as its landscapes and this is a reason that it warmly welcomes visitors on all budgets. Some of the more popular Adriatic areas have higher price lists for both hotels and restaurants especially in the months of summer; however, prices are very low in continental area and tourists on low budget can get accommodation on pleasingly affordable rates.

The Best Hotels in London

This fact cannot be denied that travelling experience to a new location depends a lot on the type of hotel you stay. Moreover, accommodation must be worth of the money that you spend on it. Otherwise, it adds to worries when you do not know where to find a best accommodation. Relax; I am going to take your worries away by telling you the best hotels to stay in London.

1. Hotel 41 London

A prestigious 5 start hotel located just opposite of Royal Mathew and behind the Buckingham Palace is a best place to stay especially of you reach London to visit the royal family. Though it will cost you $516 to $1,353 a day but experience would be wonderful.

Hotel 41

2. The Milestone, London

Another grand 5 star hotel located in the centre of Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has ability to make your stay more relaxed and charming. It will cost you around from $516 up to $1353 a day but the ambience you feel experience here would be unforgettable.

3. Egerton House Hotel, London

Egerton House Hotel Located in the vicinity of great shopping malls in the centre of Knightsbridge, Egerton House Hotel is a good place to stay if you love for shopping. Spending $490- $1,186, you can get a home feeling stay in this remarkably designed hotel.

4. Corinthia Hotel, London

This is another spectacular hotel located near Trafalgar Square and Westminster. The moment you enter in this hotel you get a royal feeling. With a cutting edge modern design, vast lobbies and quite high ceilings, this hotel offers a better choice to stay. Moreover, the total cost ranges from $608- $1,619 and it is not expensive with the given facilities.

Corinthia Hotel London

5. The Levin in London

This is another great hotel located in the centre of Knightsbridge. My three day stay during last winter was a delightful experience. The morning becomes more beautiful when you view outside from the balcony with a cup of coffee in your hand. Within a range of $446- $624 a day, this hotel does not look expensive given the sort of lovely experience you enjoy here.

The Levin in London

6. The Soho Hotel, London

Having 91 uniquely designed rooms this is one the most stunning hotels in London. It is located at around 5 minute walk from the Oxford Street. It is equipped with all range of facilities especially a beautiful gym. You need to have $469 to $1,865 in your pocket to stay in this grand hotel.

The Soho Hotel

7. Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

This hotel has been rebuilt last year and now it offers a good accommodation within the budget of around $629- $1,838. This hotel is located in the centre of Mayfair and surrounded by greenery. Moreover, it is equipped with a wonderful spa facility that will help you wipe out your stress if you experience it after all day travel around the city.

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

Top 10 London Markets

London markets offer almost everything range from clothes to curios, tasty food to flowers, modern art to antique products. These markets attract customers through out the world. The quality of shopping is its most remarkable thing that is cause of attractio for worldwide customers. Moreover, the strength of its currency brings in all sorts of commodities. Themost popular markets among bigger markets are Spitalfields, Camden Market or Portobello Road. These markets are best for shopping for vistors who comes here for a short time and search for bargains. Moreover, Greenwich is popular for variety of gifts as well as local designers. In addition, Borough Market is London’s most well-known food market; a source of outstanding British and international produce that is best for tourists for a quick bite.

1. Borough Market

Borough Market in London

Borough Market is gourmet’s paradise in London. It offer a wide variety of fresh produce including fresh fruit, vegetables and all kinds of meat, and condiments, delicious bakery items and yummy street food.
Borough Market is well known for lunch or grocery shopping. There’s also available a wide selection of high-quality ingredients and generous treats.

2. Brick Lane Market

Brick Lane Market

Brick Lane Market comprise of several streets situated in the Brick Lane area. All sort of junks and jems are on offer in this market. You can also find some economical second-hand furniture shops, a variety of shoes shops. Moreover, there are also different stalls that sell foreign spices and colourful attractive saris.
Even though the shops are restaurants are open on every day but Sunday is best day to shop aroud this market because on Sunday people come here to sell their second hand wares and some other stuff. The good bargains can be found if one serch for carefully.
Even though the shops are restaurants are open on every day but Sunday is best day to shop aroud this market because on Sunday people come here to sell their second hand wares and some other stuff. The good bargains can be found if one serch for carefully.

3. Camden Market

Camden Market London

This market is situated in the Camden down that is the hub of entertainment. This market was estalished as the craft market by the canal. However, over the time it spread over a wide spectrum for variety of items espeically sale items.
Here you can also find one-off pieces of art, food as well as furnishings. On week ends the number of stalls incereses and offer all sort of trading. There is also an indoor fashion market at the Elecric Ballroom that is open only on Sundays.

4. Portobello Road Market

Portobello Road Market

Portobello Road has been a market since the 1800s but became particularly famous for its antiques in the 1950s. Now there are numerous stalls offering everything from fruit and bread to posters, clothes, music and, of course, loads of antiques!

Portobello Road Market is a popular market in London that started in 1800s but became a hub for antiques in the 1950s. However, currently all sort of items including fruit, posters, clothing, and music etc. Still aniques are available in a wide variety.

5. Columbia Road Flowers

Columbia Road Flowers

Anyone who loves nature and fond of greenry should make a stop here for variey of plants, shrubs, bulbs and trees. This street that has become colourful because of beautiful flowers is a must see market.
Moreover, one can also find gardening accessories along with gorgeous cut-flowers on offer here available in the surrounding shops

6. Old Spitalfields Market

Old Spitalfields Market, Victorian market halls

Old Spitalfields Market is situated at a short walk from both Liverpool Street and Aldgate East stations.Old Spitalfields Market is a place where you can dine with style, look around the antique market, buy exclusive designer clothes and moreover relax with a glass of very well wine watching the fuss of the City that pass you by.
There are a variety of cool bars and clubs of Shoreditch that are just up the road side. Easy to find, Old Spitalfields Market is a short walk from both Liverpool Street and Aldgate East stations.

7. Broadway Market

Broadway Market

Broadway market is situated in Hackney and it sells a wide range of an electix mic of things that reach here in this market from the local farmers, artists and craftspeople.
These goods temp customers in such a way that they love to visit this market very often, this is the one of reaon of hustle and bustle here. You can find readmade clothes, delicious food, furniture as well as lighting stuff.

8. Greenwich Market

Greenwich Market London

Greenwich Market offer beautiful products from various designers and small cottage industries. Original artworks and handcrafted toys are available in best stuff here. Weekends are often busiest here and there are usually more than 150 stalls on weekends that sell an attractive range of jewellery producs, pictures, clothing stuff and accessories.
Local people place there stall here of delicious food and various cultural tasty eatables.

9. Covent Garden London

Covent Garden London

Covent Garden London market is situated at the heart of the Covent Garden piazza. It was designed in 1632 by Inigo Jones and now it has become so popular that it is visited by 30 million tourists each year. Its large glass covered building consists of several arcades of fashionable boutiques, bars, cafés and an artistic selection of crafts.

Here toourists can get them entertained through open piazza jugglers, mime artists, variety of acts and musicians’ arts.
10. Petticoat Lane Market

East London Markets. Petticoat Lane Market

Petticoat Lane Market is a fashion market that is located on Wentworth Street and Middlesex Street in the East London. It is also popular for clothing stuff and household goods.
Having been established first time in 1936, it is also regarded as one of the oldest markets in London. This market opens on all week days and on weekends it extends to the surronding streets where various goods stalls are placed by local trades.

Crete, Greece – An Attractive Spot for Holidays

Crete is the largest island in Greece and definitely the most fascinating and diverse in nature. Massive mountain ranges sprinkled with caves are shared by vivid valleys that spill out to sea. The rocky interior is spread with vast plateaus and green plains. Stunning beaches, the main attraction of this Greek Island, are spread in east and south. East side beach lying in the lap of palm tree forest is the only one of this nature in Europe. Moreover, the beaches on the south coastline are also not less in their attraction.

Although the north coast has been hijacked and spoilt by hotels and cheap package tourism, yet this biggest Greek Island holds enough for independent traveller to explore silent beach settlements and beautiful mountain villages. Moving across this Greek Island one can know enough about its remarkable history like ruins of the Minoan palace of Knossos, Venetian fortresses of Rethymo, Byzantine monasteries and birthplace of Zeus, all describe their own historic tales.

The traditional villages located in mountains and agricultural settlements across the island makes the Crete holiday trip more amazing especially if you mix up with the hospitable peoples of these villages. Cretans are very proud of their culture and customs; they have preserved their ancient Crete traditions, along with other things,
in dressing and songs.


There is also large range of bars and restaurants and their tasty dishes make your Crete trip tastier. Moreover, the nights are also very colourful in these bars with live music and bouncing party atmosphere.

In ancient times, Cretans would consider it a great honour to host a tourist. However, over the time this duty has been owned by Crete hotels and here you can easily find all range of luxury hotels as well as Budget hotels.

Where is Crete:

Crete is located at the south of the Aegean Sea and it separates this part of the sea from the Libyan Sea. Its exact location makes the junction of three continents Europe, Asia and Africa.

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