Monday, July 4, 2016

Where to travel this Christmas

What you have been dreaming of this whole time since summer is brake. You need to get out of the city, you need to leave your work place, but you need to leave your home duties as well. You just want to escape that reality and here is Christmas – the light at the end of the tunnel. And while all other are decorating their houses, while they arranging trees and baking cupcakes, while they are buying presents and Advent Calendars, you are packing your luggage and preparing your mind for an adventure. But where should you go this time? Which is the most exciting Christmas destination after all?



On this so godly day this is indeed the place. Going through the places Jesus has gone through more than two thousand years ago, brings you emotions and sensations that cannot be compared with any other. Visiting place, where words like God, like faith, beliefs and prayers, have meaning so different from anything else in that world, teaches you to look at everything at larger scale, to have different perceptions. After visiting Jerusalem the kindness and the humanity won’t be clich├ęs, they will be growing in your heart.



All roads lead to Rome. The eternal city. The place where one of the greatest ancient civilizations was born and the place where the pope lives. Rome has many faces and they all are beautiful and unique. The food, the people with big hearts and wide smiles, the museums and the galleries, the fountains on every corner, the old buildings and the cathedrals. They are worthy any time of the year. But combine them with decorated streets, with Christmas lights and songs, with trees, huge and impressive, with the typical Italian bake Panteone and you have perfection. Go and live it.

Here are some of the best places that can be seen at Jerusalem, shown by Trip Advisor:

Religious pilgrims have been traveling to Jerusalem for centuries, yet you don’t have to share their zeal in order to appreciate this city’s profound cultural and historical significance. Plan on seeing the major sights, but also leave plenty of time to walk through the streets and simply immerse yourself in the daily life of such an ancient and revered place.

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And the top 10 must see places in Rome, presented by :



Let’s be honest, when you were thinking of what to see in Rome, Ostia Antica probably wasn’t the first site you came across. Yet this underrated gem is one of Rome’s best tourist attractions. Ostia contains the amazingly well preserved remains of Rome’s ancient port – it’s quiet, fascinating and just brilliant to explore.


Now the Colosseum, that crops up on every list of sites to see in Rome there ever was. And with good reason. Once the largest amphitheatre of the Empire, where gladiators, criminals and lions alike fought for their lives, the Colosseum is an absolute must for any tour of Rome, despite crowds and cheap costumes…

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