About Travelling In Europe

4 Europe Fun Facts

Many of us love the idea of visiting Europe one day. I mean, why not? It has an awesome history, beautiful arts and views, and amazing structures. But amidst all that we know of Europe, there are still some facts that you ought to know about it. 

So to inspire you on your next travel, you might want to know these facts about Europe:

Europe Got Its Name From Phoenician Princess Europa

The world was divided into three major units namely Europe, Asia, and Libya. Different legends make up the story of how Europe got its name. But the most famous of them all is the one where Zeus kidnapped the Phoenician Princess named Europa.

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona Took Longer Building than the Pyramids

If you think that pyramids are hard to build and take time, think again. There is a structure that even took longer years to build. It is none other than the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. The pyramids in Egypt took 85 years to build but the Sagrada Familia took longer at 144 years of construction. 

You Can Almost Always Find Victor Hugo Street in France

Oh, the price of being famous! Victor Hugo is a well-known and loved poet and writer in France. No wonder they honor him a lot. He is so famous that nearly every city in France has a street named after him. And his face is also a part of their currency. 

Europe Has a Rainforest 

You may not believe it but it is true. The weather in Europe does allow rainforests to thrive. There is still one remaining rainforest in Europe and it is a part of UNESCO’s World Heritage list. The rainforest in Europe is found in Perucica in Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

So, there you have it – fun facts you may add to your European knowledge. Travel may be restricted at this time but learning about different places in the world doesn’t have to stop. Europe is such a beautiful place. It is a must-visit in anyone’s travel list. 

Bucket List Travel – Travel Sites To Explores In Your Next Adventure

There are a lot of great places you can visit but better make sure you know what you really want to do once there. Check out our list of travel sites you can visit and what you can do once there.

Lake Como, Northern Italy

Northern Italy

Italy has always been popular but Sicily and Venice will continue to trend even after the pandemic. Start in Milan, where you can find contemporary art, history, and vast sublime architecture and historical buildings. You can also go to Bologna, which is the largest cities in Italy and is the capital of the Emilia-Romagna region. In Venice, you can visit the Grand Cala, St. Mark’s Square, and the Rialto Bridge.

Ionian Islands

With their cooler climate, cypress trees, forested mountains, and abundant olive, tourists just love their stay there. French and British occupiers have given their share to shape the island’s architecture and culture, which contributed to their unique way of life.


If you want to find a county that is more laidback, then visit Budapest. The country has curfews that feel non-existent, street food everywhere you turn, and venues popping in abandoned buildings. It all makes for fun especially for backpackers, friends, couples and young families alike.


There are a lot of attractions to do when in Mozambique. You can delve into the Indian Ocean, enjoy a night out in Pemba or go birdwatching, explore Qurimbas National Park, go fishing or on a safari, hike national parks, enjoy the capital, venture out to Marromeu National Park, and relax in a luxury lodge on a white sand beach, relax on a beautiful beach. There are still a lot of great things to do in Mozambique and if you are a great adventurer, this is the perfect place for you.

Places To Travel With Family After Covid-19

Do you miss the times when you and your family go overseas for a vacation? Are you thinking of travelling with family after Covid-19? While travel restrictions are imposed in many countries right now, you may want to start planning for your trip when the global health crisis is over. Here is our list of some of the great travel spots to visit with your children:

Toronto, Canada

Bran, Romania

There is a lot of great activities for kids in Toronto. Enjoy the skyline which crisscrosses town as you and your family ride a streetcar, or perhaps a visit at the famous CN Tower to see real dinosaur fossils and Native Canadian headdresses at the Royal Ontario Museum. Of course, you should not miss the wonderful Niagara Falls or the Georgian Bay along Ontario’s Lake Huron.

Isle of Wright, UK

The Isle of Wright in the United Kingdom will surely delight your kids. From rockpooling, playing at the safe sandy beaches to enjoying fun attractions such as a steam railway, Blackgang Chine, and the UK’s adored amusement park. There are a lot of things to do for you and the entire family.

Bran, Romania

Experience the history, the myth, the intrigue and the magic of wonderful castles and fortresses in Bran, Romania. Explore its grim façade, turrets, unique place on the top of a rocky bluff with a mountain backdrop. Spend a lovely day trip in Bran Castle, the inspiration for Dracula’s lair. This can be an exciting tour for older kids.

Bali, Indonesia

Bali is rich in culture, arts and Hinduism. The awesome tropical landscapes will charm even young children. There are many fun activities for kids to enjoy. Take a tour at Ubud’s monkey forest, watch shadow puppet shows, dolphin shows, waterfall swimming, and so much more.

Travelling The World – Places To Visit Once the Pandemic Is Over

Most of us dream of travelling the world at some point but we always encounter road blocks and it just becomes a fantasy. Although it is mostly difficult to travel these days because of the pandemic there are great places we can visit once it is over.
Here are our top choices:

King’s College, Cambridge, UK

Cambridge, England

Cambridge two amazing universities have long been a great blessing to England. The Gothic buildings of its colleges have made the surroundings look like a medieval maze of streets. The University Arms is an elegant homage to neoclassical style with the famous Charles Darwin and Stephen Hawkins as decorating motifs.

Brisbane, Australia

While Brisbane has long been known as the outside town because it has long been overshadowed by Sydney and Melbourne, it is now gaining popularity since 2018. This is because of the opening of the W Brisbane, the first luxury property to be launched in the central business in two decades.

They will also be unveiling the Howard Smith Wharves development which is worth $140 million, which will bring restaurants and a hotel to a dockyard under the Story Bridge.

Other places to visit in Brisbane are the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, or QAGOMA, the evolving Fortitude Valley, Calile Hotel, the Emporium Hotel and the Ovolo Valley. Of course, the main attraction of Brisbane is the Brisbane River. Ride the CityHopper Ferry to see it all and check out the cliffs of Kangaroo Point, Sanjay Surana, and Brisbane’s parks.