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This historic town is a peaceful getaway for those wanting to relax and get in touch with nature. Paro is home to many sacred sites including that of the unofficial symbol of Bhutan: Taktsang Monastery located right on the edge of a 1,200 meter cliff. The Monastery was first established as a place of meditation in 747 CE by Guru Taktsang, and now restored as an impressive site of glory. The trek is strenuous and long, it can take up to 3 hours completely uphill, though all worth it in the end. If that doesn’t sound achievable, there is a horse ride for a small price of USD $10 for a one-way trip up the mountain.
Blue Lagoon, Iceland
This wonder was formed in 1976 as a power plant when employees began to notice the amazing effects on their skin from bathing in the lagoon, it was then in 1987 the facility was opened to the public as a bath and sold skin care products for psoriasis patients. Now Blue Lagoon is one of the most visited spots in Southwestern Iceland, the geothermal spa is situated in a lava field in Grindavík on top of the Mid Atlantic Ridge, meaning technically you are also swimming over two continents. The mineral-rich waters of the lagoon have an average temperature of fourty degrees Celsius and are still rumoured to have remedial powers.
This town is located in the Interlaken-Oberhalsi administrative district in the Swiss canton of Bern, the mountain getaway is a well-known beauty full of adventure. The popular resort destination is the perfect winter sport holiday, you will find yourself constantly entertained with the many activities including skydiving, and toboggan rides, sledding, and of course snowboarding or skiing down the amazing snow covered mountains. There is also things to do when you are in need of some down time, a leisurely hike or boutique shopping will keep you occupied until you are refreshed and ready to head back out to explore and get the adrenalin pumping.
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Why not get lost in the romantic city of Verona, Italy? Not many destinations can compete with Shakespeare’s setting of the most famous love story of all time, Romeo and Juliet. Though close in distance to busy and happening Venice, Verona is a quiet and relaxing place to travel alone or with others.
The city’s beauty is memorising, filled with history dating back from the 3rd Century Romans, everywhere you look there is a treasure including medieval palaces, ancient ruins and gates, churches, and pebbled roads.
There are endless sites, yet one of the main reasons that travellers visit Verona is to declare their love just as the star-crossed lovers did so many years ago at Juliet’s balcony. Here they can write a secret letter with any romantic questions for advice from Juliet herself, as well as attach a lovelock to the adjacent wall to ensure a lifetime of happiness with their current partner.
Amongst this love filled city there is also a trendy shopping street called Via Mazzini just a few minutes walk from literacy’s most renowned balcony, on this charming cobbled street you can purchase apparel, shoes, accessories from high labels and fast fashion brands. This area is considered the commercial area of Verona, with something for everyone, though narrow there are also wonderful cafes for a well-deserved coffee and lunch after a few hours of shopping.
A great way to get around is the hop on hop off bus; there are two routes to ensure you don’t miss any part of this Italian gem, at a decent price of twenty Euro, and audio from seven languages it is well worth the money and experience.
If you were considering a trip to Italy, then this city would be a superb weekend getaway from the crowded tourist popular cities of Rome and Venice.
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By Amy Miller