Forget about Mt. Everest for now and check out these ten most spectacular mountains in the world. We’re not saying Mt. Everest isn’t, but with so many peaks to choose from, why would you want to limit it to the most famous? Without a doubt, The Matterhorn is among the most recognizable peaks in the world. It’s ultra-sharp profile complete with chiseled ridges make it look more like a gigantic stepped pyramid. It’s your stairway to heaven, so to speak.
Do you love traveling with your children? Then you had better head on to the best theme parks in the world. Not only will you enjoy the rides and tasty foods, but you will also embrace the quality time spent with your family. Here are the top 10 countries with the best-known theme parks in the world. If you like a less crowded place and the Magic Kingdom is off your list, then try the Luna Park. One of the favorite family destinations in New York is Luna Park in Coney Island.
In Portugal you’ll still find plenty of things to see, do, and experience. Hire a car and explore the rest of the region, or take a dip in the sea (the waters here are calmer for swimmers). The beach is particularly popular during the summer with many seaview holiday cottages by the sea (see this site for more ideas), which offer stunning vistas that you will remember for a lifetime.
It is a fact that while we are likely to struggle to remember the landmarks, monuments, and exhibits that spurred our travels, there are those quasi-religious, life-altering culinary experiences that remain etched in our memories for life. And as most European gourmands will attest, it is generally not those haute cuisines with hefty price tags that stimulate food epiphanies that feel almost like erotic pleasures.
Travelling to Europe is a rich and rewarding experience. There is such a wealth of history and culture throughout Europe that you will never get bored or run out of places to visit. Here are some of the highlights of top European holiday or travel locations to visit. Famous for the Berlin Wall which separated east and West Germany, its demise has liberated a city which has long been known for its cultural and bohemian character.