Bratislava, Capital of Slovakia

Bratislava, Capital of Slovakia

Only 60 km (37 miles) from Vienna , Bratislava is in all respects an “old” European city, has a beautifully reconstructed Old Town (Stare Mesto) and Hapsburg Baroque architecture, which helps counteract the communist legacy city. Its location on the border with Austria and its proximity to Hungary and the Czech Republic has a direct relationship with its turbulent political past, but like other cities where different cultures converge, Bratislava

Las Vegas, CA – Sin City

Few cities evoke images of sheer excess as Las Vegas. Located in the middle of the arid Mojave Desert, at the southern tip of Nevada, Las Vegas is an oasis of life, energy and money, a city whose raison d’être is entertainment. With very warm temperatures during summer and moderate winters, the city is visited throughout the year.     Despite having just over one million inhabitants, the airport is

Barcelona, Spain – Capital City Of Catalonia

Several decades ago, Barcelona was not on the list of most visited cities in Spain. However, that was once a decayed industrial center, with little to offer, has undergone a dramatic transformation that culminated in the celebration of the Olympic Games in 1992. Through this event, Barcelona benefited from significant investments to improve city.       Since then it has become the mecca of the best architects in the

Los Angeles, California – City of Angels

Days of sun and beach on Pacific and glamor in Hollywood with spectacular mountain backdrop, Los Angeles has many reasons to visit. Fascinating, seductive and, for many, overwhelming, if you know your way around it.     Los Angeles, the second largest city in the United States after New York , extending along the Pacific coast of southern California. Your occupies 122 km coastline from Malibu to Long Beach, while

Ljubljana, Capital and Largest City of Slovenia

Ljubljana is a European city that has been long forgotten, but the vibrant capital of Slovenia is trying to catch up after the country’s accession to the European Union in 2004, the year he also started flying the airlines, inviting tourists to discover one of the most charming capitals of the continent. In recent years, the odd newspaper has called Ljubljana as the “New Prague”, it is true that at

Miami, Florida Travel Guide

The image of the capital crime and drugs in America, which gave him the 80’s TV series Miami Vice , has now been transformed into a thriving metropolis which has been dubbed the “Casablanca of America,” the ” Magic City “and most recently, as” America’s Millennium “.       All these names symbolize what really characterizes the rest of Miami American cities-their identity as multicultural center. Miami is the

New York, USA – World Financial Center

New York is a city of superlatives. In addition to world financial center and shopping mecca, boasts renowned restaurants, architectural masterpieces and museums and galleries that make it one of the largest cultural centers in the world.       The epicenter of New York life has been and is still largely the island of Manhattan, which is surrounded by four distinct districts, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island,

Santiago de Compostela, Spain Travel Guide

One of the most beautiful cities in Spain , Santiago de Compostela has always been a popular destination it is not surprising that there the world’s oldest hotel, is located Hostal dos Reis Catolicos . The city also appears in the first travel guide from history, the Codex Calixtinus the twelfth century, which details the famous pilgrimage route, the Camino de Santiago. The importance of the city in the history

San Diego, California – City of Hope

Sun, surf and a great location are the elements that most visitors identify with San Diego. Located at the northern tip of the coast of California, the city enjoys sun throughout the year and a temperate climate during the winter. Most visitors to the city are attracted by good weather and experience life in this Californian paradise. Surrounded by sandy peninsulas (the locals describe as “islands”), San Diego is a

Seville, Spain Travel Guide

If you are looking for flamenco, fiestas, tapas and bullfighting and dierentes an impressive display of architectural styles, here are his best plays. Romantic, fanciful, mysterious and passionate, these are the adjectives that have always been used to describe Seville. Although it is also said to be wild (for its bullfighting and flamenco tradition sense), reserved, striking and insular. This is the city, a set of clear contrasts in any