Travel to #Istanbul and admire the religious landmark, the Hagia Sophia. http://www.travelandleisure.com/blogs/neighborhood-guide-to-istanbul?utm_content=buffer0389f&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer
CABO PULMO, Mexico | Drive about two hours northeast of Cabo San Lucas, and you come to wild, wonderful Cabo Pulmo on the unspoilt eastern cape of Mexico's Baja Peninsula. Jacques Cousteau described the living coral reef as “the aquarium of the world.” This is where you snorkel and scuba dive with wild things -- like beautiful lionfish and sharks too.
Steam, scrub, soap suds and a silky massage. Ahhhh… Few bathing rituals in the world generate the decadent pleasure (and squeaky clean feeling) of a Turkish hammam experience. Spending time in a traditional hammam in Istanbul is a must when visiting the city. The most opulent of the Turkish hammams in Istanbul? Probably the AyaSofya Hurrem Sultan Hamam. Click to read more :-).
Novotel Phuket Karon Beach Resort and Spa offers guests an amazing suite with its own private plunge pool! Located just feet away from Karon Beach in Phuket, Thailand. This luxury hotel's restaurants, pools and amenities offer a luxury experience for travelers. Find out more here.
Who knew Gdansk Old Town would be so pretty! But the history of Gdansk stretches back many, many centuries. And Gdansk Old Town is hugely colorful – with fountains, gabled merchant houses with ornate doorways, one of the largest Gothic brick churches in the world, decorative gates, a waterfront walkway lined with cafés, and even a gigantic medieval crane. See more photos here...
Winding cobblestone streets, ancient churches, medieval squares – even a royal palace. It’s all here in Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s Old Town. Dating back to 1252, it’s one of Europe’s biggest and best preserved medieval centers. And walking Gamla Stan (the Old Town) is one of the first things visitors do in Stockholm! Take a peek at some photos of what you see when walking Gamla Stan...
GDANSK Old Town: Until we visited recently, we thought of Gdansk as home to the shipyards where Lech Walesa rallied some 17,000 Polish workers in 1980 in a 17-day strike – giving rise to the Solidarity trade union and an anti-communist movement that triggered the collapse of communism in Europe. We didn’t associate “Gdansk” with an Old Town that could be so pretty! See our photos :-).