12 months 12 trips
January: New Year´s party in Sidney
spoiled for choices when it comes to choose a place to welcome the New Year but
in this occasion we want to enjoy a breath-taking light parade on Sydney
Harbour. For an unforgettable front row seat, grab tickets for one of the city’s
best events with a view. We suggest the Royal Botanic Gardens or the La Bohème
gala at the Opera House.
February: Valentine´s romance in Paris
the reputation of being the most beautiful and romantic of all cities. Take
your significant other to one of the city’s most romantic spots, including the
Eiffel Tower, The Wall of “I Love You’s,” Luxembourg Gardens or Île
Saint Louis on the Seine.
March: Sushi in Japan
March is a lovely time of year to visit Japan. This fascinating country would be worth visiting for its food alone, but you’ll also find dazzling cities, ancient culture, superb mountain and beach scenery.
April: Dancing flamenco in Seville
de Abril” in the beautiful Spanish city of Seville attracts more travellers
every year. Spring in Seville has a special atmosphere, garlanded with the
sweet scent of orange blossom and jasmine.
two clear weeks after Semana Santa.
drinking, eating and socialising.
May: Visiting the Expo in Milan
June: Hiking to Machu Pichu
Peru isn’t complete without a pilgrimage to the glorious Inca lost city of
Machu Picchu. But Peru has so much more to offer such us going mountain biking
through the Sacred Valley and white-water rafting down the Urubamba River,
visting the colourful communities in Cuzco.
July: Living the magic of Disneyland
marks 60 years since the opening and continues to delight adults and children.
It consists of two theme parks, three hotels and a shopping area and
August: Chilling in the Seychelles islands
eyes. And just imagine.
waters and backed by lush hills and big glacis boulders. But for those looking
for more than a suntan, this archipelago offers a number of high-energy
distractions. There are jungle and coastal walks, boat excursions, and diving
and snorkelling to keep you buzzing.
September: Drinking beer at the Oktoberfest in Munich
Oktoberfest is a two-week festival held each year in Munich, Germany during
late September and early October.
year and has inspired numerous similar events using the name Oktoberfest in
Germany and around the world, being the main protagonist the beer.
October: Celebrating Gandhi´s Birthday in India
to celebrate the birthday of Gandhi: In October 1869 Mahatma Gandhi was born,
possibly one of the most important people in the history of mankind. Writer,
thinker, lawyer, politician and fighter Hindu without violence, fought for the
independence of India from British colonial rule.
November: Day of death in Mexico
Muertos” is a holiday for remembering and honouring those who have passed.
is a festive, joyous time of celebration.
candles, foods and drinks. They stay up all night in the graveyards,
socializing and telling funny stories about their dead ancestors.
December: Christmas decorations in Nuremberg
beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
rum punch, roasted almonds, Nuremberg bratwurst and gingerbread fill the air. Friday
before the first Sunday in Advent is the day it all begins as she opens the
world-famous Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt.