The tourism & hospitality fraternity is looking forward to experience its share of pros and cons in the post-COVID19 era. Exciting times and some interesting alternatives await the travel world. Let's see if tourism will live to educate, inspire, and enchant us!
1.5 Hours From Wroclaw, Wielka Sowa In Owl Mountains Is A Perfect Winter Hike
The hike from Kamionki Dolne to Wielka Sowa is the perfect winter adventure for everyone planning a quick getaway from Wroclaw
A Quick Hike To The Owl Mountains Just 1.5 Hour From Wroclaw Is All You Need This Winter!
A hike in Park Krajobrazowy Gór Sowich or Owl Mounains Landscape Park is the perfect outdoor activity for everyone planning a quick escape from Wroclaw city in Lower Silesia
Lapland Climate Crisis! Is The Threat Already Upon The Arctic Circle?
Arctic weather in general and winter in Lapland in particular has experienced major changes over the past few years. Time for us to take a note of it and work to fix our environmental issues.
Lamplighting – A Centuries Old Tradition Kept & Practiced On Cathedral Island, Ostrow Tumski In Wroclaw
The tradition of lamplighting still thrives in the city of Wroclaw. A centuries old tradition from Europe which is fascinating in its own way.
Best Of 48 Hours In Wrocław – Venice Of Eastern Europe
Presenting before you the top tourist attractions in Wroclaw Poland that you must put on your list before planning a trip here!
When I Met The Orchestra Man On The Charles Bridge In Prague
Prague, CzechiaJanuary 2018 As I was flipping through a pile of photos for a recent blog, I stumbled upon this one clicked randomly on a wintry evening of 2018 on the Charles Bridge. I yet remember the sight of this human orchestra that transmitted quite a bit of warmth that I needed that evening in … Continue reading When I Met The Orchestra Man On The Charles Bridge In Prague
Van Gujjars – The Ethnic Himalayan Tribe In The Shivaliks Will Fight To Survive Because Of COVID-19 Lockdown
I learnt about Van Gujjars while reading the book Himalaya Bound by Michael Benanav. Later on, out of curiosity, I started to find out more about one of the oldest aboriginal residents of the Himalayas. And that's how this post happened! The Himalayas are home to a number of exquisite flora & fauna species. But, … Continue reading Van Gujjars – The Ethnic Himalayan Tribe In The Shivaliks Will Fight To Survive Because Of COVID-19 Lockdown
Will The Tourism Industry Post COVID-19 Be The Same? Welcome To Tourism 2.0!
Let's talk about the industry that suffered a massive whipping by the pandemic COVID-19; the industry that employs 1 in every 10 people on the planet; the industry that accounts for 10.3 % of the global GDP; the industry that solely accounted for close to 330 million jobs around the world in 2019; it's the … Continue reading Will The Tourism Industry Post COVID-19 Be The Same? Welcome To Tourism 2.0!
12 Handpicked Winter Activities For A Quintessential Lapland Itinerary
Drenched in Christmas vibes year-round, Lapland is characterised by Santa, elves, reindeer, festivity, terrific outdoors. Being the largest and northernmost region in Finland, Lapland holds the distinction of being hailed as the epitome of Christmas spirit, all thanks to Rovaniemi - the official hometown of Santa Claus. But there’s a lot more to Lapland than … Continue reading 12 Handpicked Winter Activities For A Quintessential Lapland Itinerary