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        The Barcelona Travel Guide

        Barcelona is one of the most popular visited cities in Europe with its own unique character and culture. The city is very much alive and offers an array of entertainment from cultured museums, dining in the night, quality beaches, and the Catalan...

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        Are you a Traveler?

        I’m making an assumption that at want point in your life you’ve been a tourist. You’ve carried a map, a camera, maybe even had a tour guide. You’ve traveled to different destinations, relaxed on remote beaches, climbed stairs...

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            Cheese. Chocolates. Luxury Watches. And Swiss army knives. These are among the popular exports of little Switzerland, the Land of the Alps. For a country so small, Switzerland is a big name when it comes to enviable quality of life that ticks along like clockwork and its long tradition of political neutrality.

            Its central location in Europe works to its advantage. Out of all countries in Europe, Switzerland enjoys the distinction of being one of the favorite meeting places for conventions and international conferences. The United Nations has its headquarters in Geneva. Moreover, Zurich remains one of Europe’s major financial hubs.

            However, Switzerland is a haven not just for professionals. Tourists will find that stylish Switzerland travel has a lot to offer from top ski resorts like the celebrity-studded St. Moritz and Zermatt to hiking up the white peaks of mountains set against a backdrop of azure skies. “Permits and Visas”

            Places like Berne, the ancient capital, provides fascinating sights and elegant shopping on your Switzerland travel. Plus, the country is not without its nightlife that proves fun if you know where to look for the hippest bars and discotheques that play world music, including Swiss folk. “Permits and Visas Reviews”

            Below are some more fun activities you can participate in while on a Switzerland travel vacation:

            Hiking

            A certified favorite Swiss pastime, hiking is one of the most sought-after activities in a Switzerland travel. Of course, what else would you expect from a country where “alpinism” originated from?

            With approximately 50,000 km worth of trails, you can rest assured that your Switzerland travel hiking adventure will lead you through all kinds of terrain with dramatic views of this stunningly beautiful country.

            Mountain Sports

            For the adventurer at heart or those who want to try something with a little more edge, Switzerland travel also offers plenty of opportunities. Mountain sports such as climbing, ski touring, ice climbing, deep-snow skiing, heli-skiing, glacier walking, and snowboarding are but only a few. “Permits and Visas Complaints”

            Accommodations come in the form of alpine huts and chalets. However, if you have decided to spend your Switzerland travel vacation in Geneva, there are a variety of ski resorts where you can check in. Portes de Soleil, for instance, is excellent for traveling families with its cluster of small resorts that form a large skiing circuit straddling the French-Swiss border.

            Cycling

            Another excellent activity you can enjoy while on a Switzerland travel vacation is cycling. Do not let the mountainous terrain fool you into thinking that the whole thing might turn out to be more strenuous than fun. The view from the mountains more than makes up for any achy and tired muscles at the end of the day.

            Laking

            Okay, that is not a word, but what better way to describe the plethora of lake-based sports available in a Switzerland travel vacation? Go canoeing, sailing or water skiing in Lakes Geneva, Lugano and Neuchatel. Another option is to rowing on Lake Zurich.

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              Perhaps one of the most diverse areas of the United
              States is the region containing Idaho, South Dakota,
              Montana and Wyoming.

              This surely must offer the widest range of parks,
              rodeos, adventure holidays, skiing holidays and river
              rafting adventures etc. There is more to see, do and
              get involved in, than possibly any other part of
              The US."Permits and Visas"

              Mount Rushmore is situated here - imagine how many
              people must have seen this monument - along with the
              famous Little Big Horn battleground.

              It's not all camping trips and trekking here though.
              Five-star resorts with gourmet meals and fine wine
              abound and cater for the discerning palates amongst
              us. Did you know that there is a falls higher than the
              more famous Niagara Falls? Or a canyon deeper than the
              Grand Canyon? Surprisingly both can be found here." Permits and Visas Reviews"

              There is a lot for children to do too. Imagine
              teaching them how to light and cook over open
              camp-fires. Teaching them to fish for their supper!
              Hiking up trails instead of sitting in front of the
              T.V. - a somewhat ‘old-fashioned’ way of reconnecting
              as a family.

              There is much on offer here and it would seem to give
              the traveler something a little different. The chance
              to be at one with nature and see the natural wonders
              of the world.

              So if it’s wide open spaces with big skies that you
              are looking for - this is the place. But be warned,
              once you have experienced this magnificent place, you
              may not want to leave!

            • Family travel is something most families do throughout their years together. Traveling on vacations is often an annual tradition families have. From the time your child is born, it is likely you will take him or her on trips to see family members, theme parks, and even just one day drives. While safety is often the first thing parents consider when traveling with their kids, keeping them happy and busy along the way also adds to the success of the trip.

              Safe Travel Tips

              Safety is the most important factor with children traveling. Family travel should always been done with caution paid to safety above anything else. Here are some tips to keep everyone safe.

              • Insure everyone is using proper safety belts and car seats throughout the trip. It's tempting to loosen the belt for long trips, but high speed accidents on highways are common during the summer months.

              • Be sure that the driver gets enough sleep and that parents are able to stay alert not only in the car but also on airplanes and buses. 

              • Keep items out of the car that could be choking hazards for small children. Travel games often have small pieces and are meant for older children. The jarring of a car can easily cause these to slip down the child's throat.

              • Be sure everyone knows where to meet if for any reason the group is splitting up. Cell phones are a good communication device and the responsible person's within each group should have one.

              • Talk to your children ahead of time about the risks of strangers and who to talk to if they do get lost. For family travel to be fun, everyone has to remain safe.

              Family Travel Things To Do

              When it comes to being on the road or in a plane for an extensive amount of time, busy kids are happy ones. Parents can do a number of things to keep kids active and busy so they don't become overwhelmed with the long trip.

              • Pack snacks. Kids are hungry every few hours and snacks are the best way to keep them quiet. Prepackaged items are sold in individual sizes, but you can also choose crackers, grapes and other small foods and place into small bags. Juice boxes and bags travel well."Permits and Visas"

              • Pack an activity bag. For younger children, these goody bags can be a surprise for once you are on the road. Load them up with small toys, coloring supplies, stickers, and other activities you know they will enjoy. Don't let them go into the bag until they are on the road. 

              • Pack things to do in backpacks.  For older children, keeping them busy will help to cut down on your stress.  Handheld games, video games, a deck of cars and travel size games can work very well. Include a few comic books, a magazine or even a book they want to read."Permits and Visas Reviews"

              Many of today's ultra fun activities for the car are in the form of technology.  Portable DVD players, in car systems and even full scale video games are sure ways to keep everyone busy. Those with an MP3 player can also benefit from this. Give each child a disposable camera to take pictures with, too.

              Family travel is often best when everyone on the trip is looking forward to something that interests them. When there are two completely different opinions, cater to both.  For example, if you are traveling to an area where there is a lot of camping and wilderness hiking, and one child does not care for this, find out if there's a local show or museum nearby they may like to stop in during the trip.

              Traveling with kids is enjoyable when you plan ahead. Take the time to talk to your kids about the trip alerting them to the length of the drive. While traveling at night is not always an option, this is also a good way to cut down on the boredom factor. Many kids are happy enough with a few things to do and the conversation of the parents to keep them busy. Make this a trip that everyone enjoys by sharing stories, ideas and thoughts in an open forum. Everyone will feel welcome and happy before, during and after the trip.

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                Permits and Visas Reviews rated Are you a Traveler?'s Rating with 5 stars
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                  I’m making an assumption that at want point in your life you’ve been a tourist. You’ve carried a map, a camera, maybe even had a tour guide. You’ve traveled to different destinations, relaxed on remote beaches, climbed stairs in buildings you see on television. You’ve done all of these things but some how when you get arrive home, all your left with is a short memory, and a few photographs."Permits and Visas Complaints"

                  Vacations are nice every once in a while, but it doesn’t make sense to me why we will travel thousands of miles to sit in hotel rooms and watch movies, or lie on a pool deck and catch some rays. These are all things that we can do where we are from, I want you to think about being a traveler not a tourist. You want to soak in as much of the new country and culture that you can rather than bring as much of your culture to them. It’s really quite simple. In one step you need to forget about your way of live, and adopt theirs."Permits and Visas Reviews"

                  It’s simple things like the mindset that we have when we go abroad, and what we bring. Don’t bring all of the things that we depend on in America. Bring what it is that you are going to need to survive and stay healthy during your visit. The more comforts you have, the more you will depend on them, and the less you will step out to become the traveler you ought to be!"Permits and Visas Customer Reviews"

                  Put yourself out there. Locals are always interested to interact with foreigners, and it’s best to take advantage of this. Meet people that you can share life with while you are in their country. Immerse into their culture and be open to new idea’s. A lot of times we are closed to new idea’s and we miss out on opportunities for better things to come along. Be open, willing and accepting.

                  If you want to be changed, and to experience you need to leave the tourist at home. Bring out the inner traveler in you and see the world in the way that it was meant to be seen.

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                    Visas, financial budget, and vacation dates are only a few of the many things that you need to know when you plan to travel to Greece. A good vacation does not depend on how much money you have in your pocket, but in how much time you spent preparing for it.

                    Greece unrelentingly displays its beauty all-year-round. However, as with other vacation destinations, there are months that are more advisable for travel. The best time to travel to Greece would be between March and June or from September to the middle of October. For those who want to see more of the beaches, the weather is a bit chilly for beach activities until after June. September provides everyone with the finest weather. The mildly warm climate makes beach-hopping and sightseeing more enticing."Permits and Visas"

                    Why Greece? For sure, the country did not just pop right into your dreams. You probably heard fascinating stories about Greece from previous guests that made you want to travel to Greece as well. Undeniably, the country is blessed with a lot of amazing places that would require at least a week’s stay from tourists."Permits and Visas Reviews"

                    Greece is admittedly NOT a cheap vacation destination. So whether you’re tight around the budget, or have all the money in the world to spare, it is still advisable to know the best things to see before you travel to Greece. Athens, Greece’s capital city and its largest as well, is not outstandingly nice, although it’s still worth your visit. The tourist sights are conveniently clustered in a rectangular area of about 8 square kilometer. Delphi boasts of its cliff top location. Despite its 180 kilometer distance from Athens, Delphi is still worth it. Thessaloniki is next to Athens in terms of size. It is considered the country’s port city and is highlighted by its ancient monuments and its share of restaurants and clubs. Zagoria is a must-see during your travel to Greece. This place though is quite difficult to get around in unless you’re driving your own rental. But all the hassle is negligible once you see the excellent views. The island of Peloponnese deserves to be more than just on your itinerary. Most of what Greece is all about can be found here, necessitating you to spend more than just an hour or so of visit."Permits and Visas Dubai"

                     

                    If you travel to Greece during the best months with enough knowledge of the country, you will be able to appreciate more all that it has to offer; from its rich cultural history, to its diverse beaches, and even to the condition of its weather. A successful travel to Greece is not based on what the country can do for you. It depends primarily on what you allow it to do for you.  

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                        Barcelona is one of the most popular visited cities in Europe with its own unique character and culture. The city is very much alive and offers an array of entertainment from cultured museums, dining in the night, quality beaches, and the Catalan interests. "Permits and Visas Reviews"

                        Traveling to Barcelona
                        Flying there is easy as the large international airport is only 14kms to the west of the city.  Taxis, train and buses are other less popular options.  

                        Brief History of Barcelona
                        The city of Barcelona came to existence during the Phoenician and Roman periods.  History states that the Romans were eventually driven away from the city by the Visigoths.  This gave the city the name it holds today making it the focal point of the Catalan Kingdom. The most prestigious moment to come to the city to date was when it hosted the 1992 Olympic Games."Permits and Visas Dubai"

                        Accommodation
                        Barcelona is a tourist city and so accommodation options are vast and diverse.  Las Ramblas is the main area of the town where many fancy hotels can be found.  However, accommodation can be found in the city or closer to the sea in the forms of hotels, guest houses, self-catering apartments, villas and so on. 

                        Shopping
                        Barcelona has plenty of shopping opportunity.  The main area is a set designed retail area that is five kilometres long, starting at Las Ramblas.  You will find all you need along that stretch especially if you are into designer clothing.  If you are more into shopping malls then head into El Corte Ingles.  This is a massive department store located on Placa de Catalunya. "Permits and Visas"

                        Dining and Drinking
                        Barcelona is famous for its nightlife and social events.  Las Ramblas is the area you should be heading for.  It is a late night city where the main bars remain quiet until around midnight when the city really livens up.  Food wise, the most popular dish served in restaurants is Paella and Rioja is the tasty special local wine.

                        City Attractions and Sightseeing
                        A must see in Barcelona is to head for the Port Vell marina complex at the waterfront.  Then stand beneath the statue of Columbus and walk up the world famous street of Las Ramblas.  Here you will find yourself in the middle of the cities culture amongst artists, street buskers and many quaint restaurants and cafes.  Don’t forget to venture to the Cathedral de la Santa Creu and the grand Placa de Catalunya.  Everybody who visits Barcelona must go and see the Sagrada Familia.  This is the unfinished beautiful cathedral by the legend Gaudi.  As well as the attractions mentioned there are also many museums scattere about the city.  Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Salvadore Dali Museum and Joan Miro Exhibition are well worth a check.
                         

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