At a press conference yesterday held by Switzerland Tourism, I was excited to hear about the launch of the ‘Grand Tour of Switzerland’ – a 1600km road trip that combines all of Switzerland’s best touristic and nature highlights, in one
That’s what this movie was for me – dandelion dreams in the French countryside. This is not a film review. Its more my musing about an affair with France – the first country I travelled to 10 years ago when
No no, not the hot Texans to the left, look here at Tom, our guide at Sandemans Walking tour, a dose of British humour in Germany! This was a quick two touristy days around Munich, Germany before a work assignment.
Meet Summer Bercenas, a traveller to seven states, seventeen countries, and three continents in the past two years. In 2012 she started her blog www.summersadventures.com and writes about travel experiences, tips and tricks for different places around the world. Read
Winters in Europe can be gorgeous and romantic, with a view of elegant white slopes peppered with conifers as you sip your hot chocolate with a dash of liquor in hand sitting by a crackling old bonfire in a cosy
‘Germans are a cold, uninvolved people’ so I was told before my travels to the country. Do you agree? When you travel to a destination, is your interactions with the locals of relevance? It’s a deal clincher for me –
Do you travel to a destination often with work? If yes, do you make time out from meetings and conferences to explore? Here’s a story about Germany, shared with me by Priyo Patra, an entrepreneur and avid traveller who manages