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The reasons people go travelling vary – to tick off places on their bucket list, to visit far-away friends and family, or to party hard. But from time to time, all travellers will look for a bit of peace and quiet – somewhere to sit back, relax and reflect on their experiences so far. For when that moment comes, we’ve picked five of the quietest, most relaxing places you can visit. Check them out:
Prague is one of my favorite cities in Europe. I like how it easy to walk the streets, the cheap beer, and the architecture especially the Old Town neighborhood. When I arrived to Prague, I booked an apartment in the Old Town area since I wanted to be a close proximity to the shops and restaurants. While this was my second time visiting Prague, I discovered even more new restaurants and bars which I would like to share with you for 24 hours in Prague.
In recent years, Japan has enjoyed a surge of visitors from the UK. According to the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan, the amount of visitors increased by ¼ between January and July in 2016 compared to the first half of 2015. During the aforementioned period, visitors in Japan were estimated at 14.01 million, which surpassed the 11.05 million recorded in 2015.
The following day I got to go on the Free Downtown Walking Tour. My guide was a charismatic man by the name of Petrovich. He was very knowledgeable about the city and kept us entertained throughout. First, we were given insight on the Republic Square then we moved on to the Bohemian Quarter. This area was great and even if you don’t go on the tour I recommend visiting this area. In the tour, you will find out about the various people who lived in this neighborhood as well as the kafanas which are local drinking establishments.
I wanted to know about things to do in Belgrade, Serbia when I arrived. After I got to Belgrade, I went on two different walking tours which I recommend as the best things to do in Belgrade, Serbia. This is because it will get you acquainted with the Belgrade well as an opportunity to meet other travelers interested in learning about the city well. first one was the 20th century walking tour and the second was the general walking tour. Both tours were about 2.5 hours and the guides were very knowledgeable.
In case you are wondering what to do in Nagoya, Japan look no further! The food is absolutely delicious!
This past weekend I had the opportunity to visit Nagoya from Tokyo. I never had given visiting Nagoya much thought but began to do some research before my trip. Apparently, the Japanese chicken wings called tebasaki in Japanese are quite famous in Nagoya as well as the miso katsu which is a pork cutlet with miso based sauce.