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You might be interested to learn about historical cities. No problem, you can find new information here, some you might not even now and you are also welcome to add your points of view or tips & tricks on the subject. Read Imperator Travel Blog and you can discover a whole new world… including about historical cities

City break in my country, Romania !

Things to see in Bucharest: University Library

One of the most popular travel offers which popped up from the brain of the travel marketers across Europe and not only, in the last decade is the idea of “city break”… Targeting people with jobs and careers who would like to escape a bit from their usual weekends to discover new destinations… Usually, people enjoy these city breaks in fall and spring between their summer seaside holidays and winter skiing escapes (or Christmas – New Year breaks). Paris, London, Rome or Barcelona are full with these city breakers during these normally off-season months… But have you ever considered doing a city break in Romania, as well ? I guess few of you… maybe because Romania is not so well-known, maybe you don’t know what you can visit here… and why you should do a city break in Romania… So, that’s why I want to present a few of the cities which can delight you !

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Lucerne – The Small Jewel in the Middle of Switzerland

Things to do in Lucerne: visit Kappelbrucke

In 1992, I was stepping out of the train, full of luggage, on the platform of the train station in Lucerne. I left Austria around 5 o’clock in the morning and until there I changed 3 trains and I still had one more train connection to the village of Entlebuch, where I was supposed to stay. More than that, I had to arrive until 4 o’clock in the afternoon. But, despite the tiredness, the baggage and the pressure of arriving on time at a certain hour, I HAD to go out of the train station to enjoy the panoramic view of Lucerne. Since then, I came back to Lucerne a couple of times and each time I felt the same joy of that first July day in 1992. read more…

Nepal. Gods and Men at the Foot of Himalaya – Episode 2

31 August 2012 Nepal, travel stories 6 comments

Things to do in Nepal: visit the sadhu at Pashupatinath Hindu temple

If you wanted to say what is there to be seen in Kathmandu, only a full book would be enough. This is why I’d say let’s take a few steps outside the city as well and visit the outside-the-capital Nepal. And there are a lot of fabulous places – either if we talk about the Monkey Temple from above Kathmandu or the fascinating Buddhist temples of Boudhanath or the Hindu ones from Pashupatinath… read more…

Guatemala es una gran aventura ! – Episode 2

Guatemala: Tikal
In the evening, at the bar that dominates the Panajachel pier, beer is colder and the steak is more tender. But we should not linger too long, as there are many places to discover in Guatemala. And, after a good meal, what is better than going shopping?

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