Born out of the shallow waters of Venetian lagoon, is the place like no other. The city that literally floats on water or at least appears to be, was the greatest port of the world at one time. Built by the Venetian merchants to protect from Adriatic, this city of wealth now known as "city of masks" , "city of water", "city of bridges", "queen of Adriatic" is unique in every possible way. This welcoming city of Venice can be overwhelming by admirers but if traveled patiently, this city can return the most profound moments of bliss and beauty.
Ooty, the hill station located in the state of Tamil Nadu in India is the most famous hill station of South India. There are two ways to reach Ooty from Bangalore, either you go via Mysore or you reach Coimbatore and start your journey from there.
Chikmagalur is a town located in Chikmagalur district of the state of Karnataka in India. The town is famous for its natural site seeing and for its coffee. In fact, this is the first place in India to get acquainted with this famous beverage. We reached Chikmagalur from Bangalore at around 10 in the morning … Continue reading 48 hours : Chikmagalur
While there are places in Europe that are on everybody's mind. There are some hidden treasures in this continent which are yet to be publicized. One such gem is Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. This small city with a small population is big in terms of culture and high on travel. Believe it or not, … Continue reading Bratislava : The Easter Egg of Europe
We reached one of the most livable and beautiful places in the continent of Europe,the capital of Hungary, Budapest. The city has a deep historical reminiscence as it has been subjugated under different powerful empires such as Ottoman empire and Hungarian empire. The two parts of the city, Buda and Pest are separated by the … Continue reading Budapest – Where Ying meets Yang
Pondicherry, now Puducherry, for long, has been a dear destination for people around the globe. The place is a former French colony, which later became part of India in 1954. It's along the sea side to the Bay of Bengal. The temperature can go high in summers and since it's along the sea, the air … Continue reading Pondicherry – Cherry of the South