Posts Tagged: attractions

Karachi – Top 4 Sights

Karachi

Pakistan is most indubitably a place that interests intrepid travellers as it is quite challenging and varied in nature. With countless microclimate zones decorating its inner bounds and a population density that is sure to unsettle agoraphobic individuals, it sure is a hotspot for adventure. But let’s narrow our zoom down a little bit and… Read more »

Visit Thessaloniki – The Echo of the Byzantine Empire

Thessaloniki

There aren’t many cities around the world quite like Thessaloniki as its unique position upon the Aegean Sea gives it an excellent trade position. Bound by the administration of the Central Macedonian region (Greek Macedonia) and the Decentralized Administration of Macedonia and Thrace, it used to be the second most important city after the mighty… Read more »

3 Polish Museums Everyone Should Visit

If one wishes to admire some of the most exquisite historical places of the world, one should definitely think of Poland. The 20th century was an especially packed time-frame there and the museums of the country directly reflect its ups and downs. So, without further ado, let us look at a few of the ones… Read more »

Visit Frankfurt – The Cauldron of Diversity and Culture

With a metropolitan population of over 5.6 million, Frankfurt (officially known as Frankfurt am Main) is one of the most important cities in Germany. Dubbed the financial capital of its parent country (with massive headquarters like those of the European Central Bank, the German Federal Bank, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, the Deutsche Bank, the Commerzbank,… Read more »

Visit Hamburg – The Free and Hanseatic City

Occupying a massive area of 755 square kilometres, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and the eighth largest in the European Union. Boasting with a metropolitan population of over 5 million, it is crossed by the historically-significant river Elbe. What’s interesting about it is that its name directly reflects its past grandeur: its… Read more »

Visit Oxford – The City of Dreaming Spires

A beautiful nickname for a beautiful city, Oxford is known as “The City of Dreaming Spires” – a term coined by English poet Matthew Arnold (1822-1888). With a metropolitan population of nearly 250,000 and stretching upon an area of 45 square kilometres, it is one of the most ethnically diverse cities in the United Kingdom…. Read more »