In Athens, you can walk around and discover the life of the ancient Athenians or get away from the busy center of Athens and relax in one of the many benches that can be found. A morning stroll around the olive trees and the daphnes is essential. This archaeological site is always inviting us to enjoy it under the warm Greek sun.
Some people ask me how did you feel when you travelling alone? I think it’s pretty great, you only need to avoid some mistakes that your trips will be awesome on your memories. Getting ready for your first time travelling can be overwhelming. There’s so much to do and sort out. You don’t want to make mistakes but also have no idea where to start with arranging it all, then you should read this article that it can help you to avoid it.
As one of the oldest cities in the world, there are plenty of incredible places to visit in Athens, Greece. It’s a travel destination not to be missed for history lovers, with a vast array of majestic ruins to visit, including the world-famous Acropolis, the Ancient Agora etc. On top of that the city is home to quaint neighbourhoods, stunning viewpoints and museums, as well as being perfectly located for some fabulous day trips around Greece. Now I am going to share some viewpoints you have to visit when you go to Athens with you.
If I have a chance, I’d like to admire the city from a height whenever I go to other country. Therefore, I don’t want to miss this chance when I visiting London. There are some ways that you can do this, the first choice id you can dining in a fine restaurant and enjoying the beautiful; the second is spend some money to climb the church’s top floor to see the city view. But if your trip is the save money line, which just like me, then you definitely cannot miss it.
The best way to experience French culture in Paris, except to visiting their traditional markets, just be sure to taste their local homemade dishes in bistro. For me, It’s absolutely impossible to have a meal in Michelin restaurants every time, due to my budget constraints, which dining at Bistro is definitely my first choice, especially the best way to learn about French food culture.
It’s like being in a little street in the Japanese seafood market, on account of the lively atmosphere and narrow restaurant. The ramen, made on site and served in delicious Landes poultry broths, attract not only Japanophiles, but gourmets from every horizon, which why here is the brand new hot Japanese address of the moment offering probably the best Ramen in Paris.