Exploring the world and all the beauty it has to offer on foot gives you a great opportunity to experience nature on a personal level. Climbing mountains, getting into the countryside, fording rivers, wandering along wooden trails and stumbling into untouched natural wonders gives you a great satisfaction that you may never get anywhere else. Tourism-Review.com brings you the best trails around the world.
China is a huge country offering myriad of attractions. Choosing the top destinations for the tourists is essentially impossible. Still, Tourism-Review.com invites you to visit the must-sees of the Chinese world.
Opera Houses with their magnificence are an amazing symbol and portrayal of drama, history, music and arts. There are a number of remarkable Opera Houses throughout the world which display stunning architecture and design. Tourism-review.com presents seven of the most exceptional opera houses in the world for all the opera lovers as well as tourists.
Cyclists come in all shapes and sizes, from the casual rider wanting to enjoy the gentle country roads with family and friends to the enthusiast that sees a welcome challenge in new hills and looks to ride with other, equally enthusiastic individuals. The following list of seven of the best cycling destinations in Europe shows that there really is a route somewhere on the continent for everyone – from history buff to cultural connoisseur and competitor. Tourism Review introduces top seven cycling destination throughout Europe.
More and more official residences belonging to world leaders are opening their doors to tourists. For the world leaders, it's a great way to lift the building's world heritage status and show people one of their country's architectural treasures. For tourists, it's a great opportunity to explore an iconic national building first-hand, and for many, has become a key attraction to check out when visiting a country. Tourism Review introduces a list of seven world leader residences around the globe available for tourists.
In the minds of most tourists, the image of the national park can be quite stereotypical; North Americans will undoubtedly think of their own, vast green spaces and the natural wonders left to them by past generations, such as Yellowstone, while others will automatically think of the great wildernesses and safari parks of deep Africa. What about South America? This wild continent, famous for the Amazon rainforest of course, also has some incredible and diverse parks to enjoy and here are five of the best.
With the first annual China Xi'an Silk Road International Tourism Expo on the way, Organized by the Shaanxi Provincial Tourism Administration and will be held from 19 to 21 September at the Qujiang International Conference & Exhibition Centre, more eyes are focusing on this historical route in 2014 as traders, tourism agencies and travellers all reconsider the cultural significance and potential of the area.
It is crucial for any tourism business, be they hotel, travel agency or airline, to keep up with trends in spending and technology in order to stay ahead of the competition and retain their evolving consumer base. A survey was recently carried out on travel agencies and professionals within the industry to get their opinions on the changing trends within travel, consumer expectations and bookings, the impact that they are having on their sectors and the adaptations that need to be made as a result. Here are seven of the most important trends and their likely effects.
With a diverse history influenced by a litany of different cultures and civilisations, there are endless discoveries to make throughout some of the grand old cities of Europe. The grandiose spectacle of Bavaria contrasted with the timeless beauty of renaissance Florence signifies the changing, vibrant tapestry that makes up the continent. Here are seven of the top cruise tours to be taken to discover the majesty of old Europe.
There is no need to promote the wonders of central Paris to foreign or domestic tourists, not when visitors numbers continue to amaze and earn the city the title of most popular destination in the world; there is, however, a good case for promoting those forgotten gems on the outskirts of the city. There are cultural heritage sites that mean so much to the history of the nation but are easily overshadowed by the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Notre-Dame Cathedral and other big draws, many of which were undoubtedly seen by the 32.3 million visiting for 2013's City Of Light. Here, Tourism Review hopes to shine a light on the top five heritage sites outside of Paris to showcase the beauty and history beyond the city limits.