If you have time to visit just the Old town in Tallinn, that is enough Tallinn to take in. We thought, it is one of the most beautiful old towns in Europe. There are cafes and restaurants, courtyards of chocolatiers and artisans , souvenir shops, cobble stone roads, museums, Tallin's part of old defence system:... Continue Reading →
Musée Ariana, Geneva
Musée ariana or Musée suisse de la céramique et du verre (Swiss Museum of Ceramics and Glass) is one of the many muséums in geneva. I read about it,but did not think to visit , because there are many other prominent attractions in the city. I was walking to the United nations from the tram station... Continue Reading →
Christmas market in Toulouse…
As everybody knows German Christmas markets are the best. But French are not far behind. I never spent a Christmas in Paris, but Toulouse does have a nice christmas market. Every year, the christmas market is held in the big square in Capitol called Place du Capitole, the very heart of Toulouse. It is connected by... Continue Reading →
Boudhanath stupa, Nepal
Buddhism, once born in undivided India as a reforming branch of Hinduism, was spread around 12 nations and in some of them it is the major religious path. With an inherent message of what is important in our lives, Goutam Buddha has taught us about the eternal philosophy- nothing is stable... money goes away, beauty... Continue Reading →
Browsing through Brussels ..
The most common theory of the origin of Brussels' name is that it derives from the Old Dutch Broekzeleor Broeksel, meaning marsh (broek) and home (zele / sel) or "home in the marsh". Most of the travellers opt for Bruges or Antwerp, while in Belgium, but we headed for Brussels as it was on our way from... Continue Reading →
Notre Dame, Paris
Notre Dame is the one place in Paris I really liked. Luckily it was cleaner , no beggar bumped on us, no push seller disturbed us. I really appreciated that. The cathedral is built on French Gothic architecture, and it is among most well-known church buildings in the world. The naturalism of its sculptures and... Continue Reading →
Sagrada Famillia, Barcelona
Sagrada Famillia is regarded by many to top of the list of the tourist attractions in Barcelona. And it is indeed a place you don't want to miss during your visit to Catalonia. Front and side view of the church. Sagrada familia is the architectural master piece of the famous catalonian architect Antoni Gaudi. Though there are... Continue Reading →
Manneken pis, Brussels
Manneken Pis has become the symbol of Brussels, like Eiffel tower for Paris.The name means in Dutch as "Little man Pee". It is a small bronze sculpture (61 cm), depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin. It was designed by Hiëronymus Duquesnoy the Elder in 1618. It is not very far from the town hall, take the left lane next to... Continue Reading →
Capitole de Toulouse..
I remember in my bucket list I put one photo of Capitole, borrowed from Google ! And then I saw this building for the first time and then many times. I clicked some photos, and I explored inside. I did not really know before that it holds such great pieces of paintings and sculptures apart from... Continue Reading →
I planned my Paris visit well when I was there for the first time, not to miss the unmissables as I had limited time. Basilica of Sacred heart was a definite visit and fortunately it was walkable from our hotel. I suggest you guys to plan the places you wanna visit in Paris, because it... Continue Reading →
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