- June 1, 2020
Travel Videos & Interviews
Dalyan, on the southwest coast of Turkey, is not a beach resort but an inland town that attracts visitors due to the impressive Kaunian rock-cut tombs.
These are the mighty remains of the ancient port city of Kaunos. It was founded in the tenth century BC, as a port city. With magnificent temple tombs cut high on the face of the rocky mountains ( to properly enjoy the sight, take a boat trip) you can drive to the highest point on the cliffs, which used to be a gateway to the city’s harbour. From here you see Dalyan River on one side and Suluklu Lake on the other.
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The Filipino province of Palawan consists of a string of islands that trickles down from the western part of the Philippines towards Malaysia. With 1,780 islands it offers those seeking an adventure holiday the opportunity to travel to places that few tourists see.
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Havana is one of those rare destinations on our planet which peculiarly attracts visitors of all different types and tastes from all over the globe. The warmth, antiquity and charming architectural character of a city with only five hundred years of known history invites curious tourists to the distinctive realm of diversity and contradictions.
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When I arrived in my executive double room on 23rd floor of the Corinthia Hotel Prague, I felt that I am residing in the watchtower of a giant fortress overlooking a protected city across the famous Nusle Bridge. The Hotel was just like my gateway to Prague, on my first visit to the city. It took me a while before I unpacked my luggage, as I was fascinated with panoramic view of the historic city.
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From making Linzer Torte and listening to opera to going on a river cruise and wearing the soles of shoes thin from all the walking:
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The city of Mons transforms into a mass ritual of joy on the weekend of Trinity Sunday during the Doudou festival. The whole city partakes in celebrating Ducasse de Mons. Every corner of the old medieval town leading to the main square is decorated and food and drink stalls are set up to serve the large crowd. The locals, young and old, children and all family members gather in cobbled streets, joined by tourists and people from nearby villages and larger cities such as Brussels. Modern and traditional Belgian music plays loudly from every street. I had never witnessed such a huge celebration in one city.
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