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This second largest city of Spain is a draw for its cultural landmarks and architectural wonders though it has shot to limelight and fame mostly because of star-studded La Liga outfit at Camp Nou. For many soccer crazies, Barcelona is synonymous with Lionel Messi. During the fag end of summer transfer window when the Spanish tournament kicks off, Barcelona draws tourists from different parts of the globe. However, that never means those who don’t enjoy football or have long-harbored interest in the city’s cultural tradition, art and artifacts, sightseeing, shopping spree will be disheartened. There are plenty of things to… Continue reading

Aldeburgh is a historic old town located on the estuary of the Alde River in Suffolk, East Anglia, England. The name Aldeburgh means ‘old fort’ which and most of the old town have been lost to the sea.

Aldeburgh had a flourishing port and ship building industry and Sir Francis Drake’s ships Greyhound and Pelican were built over here. After the river Alde started silting and large ships could not sail up it the town went into a decline and became a fishing village.

In the nineteenth century Aldeburgh become a popular seaside resort and now tourism has become a… Continue reading

The rolling countryside, the magnificent Tuscan villas, and the amazing art and architecture of the city of Florence have always lured hundreds of visitors every year. Established by Julius Caesar in 59 BC, today Florence is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany and the province of Florence. Popular for the historical importance attached to the place and the vital role it played during the Middle Ages, a stay in Florence can be an overwhelming experience. If you are in Florence, here are some of the best places where you can stay which can offer easy access to… Continue reading

At times it is said that paradise is a state of mind.But when you visit Puerto Vallarta, you come to realize that it can also be a place.Puerto Vallarta is a world renowned resort city which is located on the Bay of Banderas in the Pacific Ocean.It has been named after a former Governor of Jalisco, Ignacio Vallarta.It is called Vallarta in Spanish and the English speaking population prefers to shorten it to PV.

The climate in this resort city is typically tropical and wet & dry.During the months of July to September, there is high humidity in the air… Continue reading

Rome is a heritage city and so there are millions of tourists visiting every year. To meet the visitors demand for accommodation there are many hotels in Rome. The hotels are available in every area of the city and this makes travelers comfortable to stay in any part of city. You do not have to live in one region and travel to another region of Rome. Wherever you want a hotel for accommodation you can book a room. One who has seen Rome will surely advice you to give a visit? It is a true destination to give a visit.… Continue reading

Rome, a capital of Italy is one of the powerful and most important historic cities of the state.Located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula on the Tiber river within the Lazio region of Italy, this magical city has an important place in Christianity.With vast amount of ancient architectural sites, Rome stands as one of the best world heritage sites.This beautiful city of Italy is a hub all, right from rich culture, arts, education, fashion, cinema, music, religion, education to delicious cuisine, which make it an Alpha- world city.

Besides, there are many major tourist attractions too like –… Continue reading

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FIFA News

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