In Germany, there are many festivals held each year. Oktoberfest is one of the largest beer festivals in the world, this festival also has a long history. In this article, we would like to show you the information about Oktoberfest you need to know.
Berlin International Film Festival is the world’s second largest international film festival after Cannes Film Festival. This festival attracts many films attending each year. Let's find out some information about it.
Maggio Musicale Fiorentino is an annual arts festival in Florence, including a notable opera festival; it was founded in April 1933 by conductor Vittorio Gui with the aim of presenting contemporary and forgotten operas in visually dramatic productions.
Hotels and Resorts
Ideally located near Versailles, this beautiful 4-star hotel on a historic and prestigious site offers a unique service for your travels. It offers air-conditioned rooms and suites, connecting rooms, 24-hour room service and Free WiFi access is provided.
The Hotel Atlante Star is a luxury Rome 4 Star hotel in the heart of the historical centre of the eternal city, just a couple of streets away from St Peter's Basilica and the gateway of the Vatican City.
Offering free WiFi, parking, gym use and business corner access, Park Inn is a 3-minute walk from the U1 Underground Station and opposite the United Nations Head Office. The Austria Center Vienna congress centre is a 15-minute walk away.
Places to see
Here is the continued article of "Bruges - Highly recommended destination in Belgium (Part 2)".
Bruges in Belgium seems like a paradise for a person with an old-school taste. Everything around the town looks likes it is very well-preserved since medieval time. This is thanks to the old canal system that is still functional and well-preserved. Aside from that, the people, the architecture is also noteworthy. Bruges in this time is not that different from Bruges from years ago. All in all, a beatiful city that appreared on a lot of recommended destinations list. You should visit Bruges and see these attractions below soon.
Here is the continued article of “Lisbon in Portugal (Part 1)”