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Icelandic Kroner
September to June

Iceland is a refreshingly unconventional destination. The Icelandic nature is unspoilt, exotic and mystical with its spouting geysers, active volcanoes, tumbling waterfalls, towering mountains, vast lava plains and magical lakes. Iceland’s fjords, glaciers and highland plains present visitors with some of the most beautiful and enchanting places they will ever see, as well as a rare feeling of utter tranquillity. Reykjavík’s legendary nightlife is bolstered by plentiful cultural and social happenings in addition to an abundance of first-class restaurants. The size of Reykjavik city centre is also limited enough to allow for easy navigation by foot.

For those on a quest for action, Iceland’s pristine nature offers great potential for outdoor activities such as snowmobiling, horse riding, cave exploring, hiking, swimming, skiing, river rafting, kayaking and mountain safaris on modified four-wheel drives, to name but a few. Iceland supports a surprisingly diverse Nordic flora and fauna and is an ideal place for ornithology enthusiasts, while also offering some of the world’s best whale watching destinations. 

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Asbyrgi can certainly be counted as one of nature's wonders. This wonder of nature is 3 1/2 km long canyon with up to 100 m high walls occupied by fulmars during the breeding season. Asbyrgi is the northernmost section of the National Park Jokulsargljufur.

Glaciers of Iceland
Almost all types of glaciers are found in Iceland, ranging from the small cirque glaciers
to extensive glacier caps reminding one of the inland ice of Greenland. The latter are drained by broad lobe-shaped outlets or by valley glaciers of the alpine type.

Glacier fjords - Jokulfirdir
The West Fjords may not be one of the hot areas in Iceland. There are no active volcanoes but there are geothermal fields in some places although it's not enough for house heating. One Glacier, Drangajokull, is on the high plains in the eastern part of the area.

Glacier lagoon - Jokulsarlon
The Glacier Lagoon (Jokulsarlon), a glacial river lagoon in Iceland, is part of one of the shortest rivers in Iceland, Jokulsa at Breidamerkursandi, which is only 1500 meters (4900 feet) long.

Gullfoss and Geysir

Geysir is Iceland' best known geyser area and includes the infamous geyser of geysers Geysir it self and his little brother Strokkur. Nest stop is Gullfoss, a huge waterfall in a cliff-girded canyon, it's fall is about 32 meters. It plunges over rock ledges in a series of two cascades over 32 meters down into the deep.


The natural beauty of the area is special and draws a stream of tourists in the summer, though it is not less beautiful in the winter. Popular tourist sites are the lava formations at Dimmuborgir, Mt. Hverfjall, Krafla, and the geothermal area east of Namaskardur. The lake is drained by the Laxa, one of the best salmon fishing rivers in Iceland.

Skaftafell covers an area of about 1,600 sq km which spreads over three valley glaciers of the glaciers Skeidararjokull, Morsarjokull and Skaftafellsjokull on the southern fringes of Vatnajokull, Europe's largest glacier ice-cap.

South shore
When leaving Reykjavik you first will cross a mountain range to enter the wide plains of the south. In good weather you can see tens of miles to the mountains of the highlands, to the majestic glaciers Eyjafjallajokull and Myrdalsjokull that cover two volcanoes.

Westmann Islands - Vestmannaeyjar
Sometimes called "Popeii of the north" Vestmanneyjar is known for it's lively volcano activities. The islands are located in a active volcanic area, which erupted last during the Heimaey eruption of 1973. Vestmannaeyjar, the Westmann Islands, are a group of 15
to 18 steep and rocky islands, with green mountain sides and ridges.


The only place in the world were you can easily see the tectonic plates move apart from each other You can stand on the American tectonic plate and look over at the European tectonic plate. This is the only place in the world where it is easy to see it above sea level.
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May to June & September to October

Italy is one of the most popular visited countries in the world. Tourist come to visit Italys beatiful landscape, beaches, ruins and mountains with a heritage of over 3,000 years old. Italy is a realy paradise to the tourists who visit, and every year tourists visit the country and sew many of it's wonderful tourist attractions. There are many tourist attractions including Italy's legendary beaches and its ancient civilization. From the famous coast of Italy and all of the land that it's ancient heroes set foot on, Italy is a wonderful place to visit.

A large proportion of the country is hilly, and modern Italy is shaped by its natural geography as well as by millennia of turbulent history. Over the last three thousand years, Italy has had a consistently rich culture, producing fine buildings, works of art, and a mythologised history with timeless appeal.

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St. Peter's Basilica – Rome
In 324 AD, the first Christian emperor, Constantine backed the construction of St. Peter's Basilica, which showcased glittering gold, breathtaking marble, and endless mosaics. This is where Michelangelo's Pietà resides, as well as a small museum filled with Vatican gems. Underground, there are grottoes that accommodate the tombs of former popes. Truly a sight to see, St. Peter's Basilica is amazing.

The Vatican Museums – Rome
As you take a walk throughout these buildings, centuries of artifacts are uncovered. Tour the Sistine Chapel to view beautiful ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, as well as the works of Raphael.

Uffizi Gallery – Florence
Dating back to the 16th century, you will have the pleasure of visiting one of the best museums in the country, which once served as a well-known Renaissance palace and administrative headquarters. To explore one of the most revered collections of Renaissance paintings in the world, this is the location to seek out in Italy.

The Colosseum – Rome
To take advantage of one of the few surviving ancient monuments in Rome, the Colosseum offers a decent example of preservation that allows you to take a peek back into history. Close your eyes and perhaps you can still hear the lions' roar, the public entertainment banter, and the fierce combat of gladiators.

Tuscany & Umbria
If it is a glass of wine you crave, one of the top ten places to visit in Italy that provides delicious selections is in the Tuscany and Umbria region, where the scenic vineyards are absolutely mesmerizing. This area is also where you can savor one of the most famous wines in the country – Chianti. A few vineyards to consider include Banfi, Biondi-Santi, and Casa Vinicola L. Cecchi.

One of the most romantic places to enjoy a getaway in Italy is Capri, which is often referred to as the "Island of Dreams." Taking the boat ride to reach this island also allows you to catch sight of the wondrous coastline.

Grand Canal – Venice
As you slide through the S-shaped canal, make sure to bring along a camera so you may take snapshots of the surrounding historic buildings and elaborate bridges. The Grand Canal is by far one of the most romantic waterways in the entire world.

Those looking for a shopping experience out of this world will take pleasure in a visit to Milan, which is considered one of the top ten places to visit in Italy when you want to explore the best fashion outlets. One of the first locations to check out should include the streets that border Via Montenapoleone.

The city buried in volcanic ash after Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD is a popular attraction for tourists.

Italy's Lake Country
Located along the border of Switzerland, this collection of lakes provides the best environment for an adventure about the great outdoors. It is here that colorful towns blossom with cozy restaurants and an assortment of fun, culture, and history. The most popular stops for tourists are usually Lakes Maggiore and Como.

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Maltese Lire
April to June & August to November

Malta exudes character, from its vibrant blue waters and secluded bays, to medieval walled citadels and splendid baroque churches. Year on year, visitors flock to Malta's striking coastline, enjoy plates of fresh seafood, and explore the many historic buildings and colorful traditional villages that speckle the landscape.

Situated in the center of the Mediterranean, the Maltese archipelago includes the islands of Malta, Gozo, Comino, Comminotto and Filfla. These sunny islands have been described as one big open-air museum, and it is easy to delve into Malta's mysterious prehisatory, retrace the footsteps of St Paul, or see where the Knights of St John defended Christendom.

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Fort St Angelo
Situated on the middle rocky promontory sticking out into the Grand Harbour, Fort St Angelo was the only significant fortification in Malta in existence before the arrival of the Knights of St John in 1530. Seen from the outside Fort St Angelo resembles more a medieval castle, mainly due to the fact that it had to compensate for the height on the peninsula opposite.

Fort St Elmo
The star-shaped Fort St Elmo is the most famous fort in Malta, built at the end of the peninsula upon which the capital city of Valletta was later built.

Fort Manoel
The small Manoel Island in the Marsamuxett Harbour had always been a threat to the security of Valletta. An enemy battery mounted on it could have bombarded the city and seriously damaged the bastion of St Michael on the right of the Valletta land front.

The Silent City of Mdina
Mdina is one of the few great architectural treats in Malta that did not result from the activities of the Knights of St John. The oldest city on the island, going back to pre-historic times, the word Mdina derives from the Arabic word 'medina' which means 'city'. But the present Mdina is smaller than the city which was inhabited by the Phoenicians (800 BC), the Carthaginians and the Romans (after 218 BC). Already in Phoenician times, the presence of the town was mentioned in written records. During Roman times, the city included a large part of present day Rabat, the suburb of Mdina. It had the name of 'Melite', the same as the Island, and was the seat of the Roman Governor. The ubiquity of the city - on a hill in the centre of the island of Malta - made it an excellent site for defence.

Oracle Casino
The Oracle Casino is rare amongst casinos, not only for its spectacular setting on the shores of the Mediterranean, but also for its easy-going, relaxed atmosphere. You can find all the facilities that you expect from an international casino, but with the added sense of fun you need for a good time out.

The Manoel Theatre
Known simply as "il Teatro" from its opening on the 19th January 1732 until the beginning of British rule in 1800, the Manoel Theatre was built by the Portuguese Grand Master Antonio Manoel de Vilhena to keep the young knights of the Order of St. John out of mischief but also to provide the general public with "honest entertainment."

Grandmaster's Palace

The 18th-century traveller, Patrick Brydone, noted that 'the Grand Master (who studies conveniency more than magnificence) is more comfortably and commodiously, lodged than any prince in Europe, the King of Sardenia perhaps only excepted'. Despite malicious pillaging by Napoleon's troops following the French occupation in 1798 (and an inappropriately severe façade), the palace still gives you a good idea of the splendour to which the Grand Masters were accustomed.

Tarxien Temples
Only a few hundred metres from the Hypogeum, the above-ground Tarxien Temples provide a striking contrast to those dark subterranean chambers. This complex is the largest and most recent of the 'Copper Age' temples in Malta. It is also the most elaborately embellished. As in the Hypogeum no metal tools were used and the ornamentation, in the form of spiral reliefs and carved animals, suggests a sophisticated community of temple builders and carvers.

Ghar Dalam (Cave of Darkness)

Ghar Dalam, or the 'Cave of Darkness', gives its name to the first phase of Maltese prehistory (5000 - 4500BC). The cave was one of the earliest sites used by Neolithic man who crossed to the Maltese islands from Sicily around 5000BC. Even more remarkable than the evidence of prehistoric man was the discovery of thousands of fossilised animal bones.

Hagar Qim
Hagar Qim means 'Standing Stone' and though the globigerina limestone has been badly eroded, especially on the seaward side, the site still retains megaliths of huge proportions. The largest is 7m by 3m, which - with a block from the Ggantija Temples on Gozo - is the largest used in any of the temples.

The small Mediterranean island of Malta is home to one of the great wonders of the archaeological world, the prehistoric burial chambers of the Hal-Saflieni Hypogeum.

Ggantija Temples
The famous prehistorical temples of Ggantija, affording a glorious panorama over a wide sweep of Gozo, are worth a visit in itself. 'Ggantija' means gigantic and there is a legend that the temple complex was built by a female giant who carried the stone block on her head from Ta' Cence. Infact this legend was common belief about all megalithic temples in Malta and Gozo up until the mid-19th century. This myth is still somewhat persistent amongst the legends of Gozo.

Azure Window
Thousands of years of erosion by the sea have created this monumental limestone archway at Dwejra Point. Today the Azure Window (Tieqa Zerqa) is one of the main places of interest in Gozo and is a magnet for photographers and scuba divers.

Museum of Fine Arts
This art collection occupies three floors of a fine baroque palazzo, built by the Knights in the 16th century and remodeled in the 18th century. For many years it served as the official residence of the Commander-in-Chief of the British fleet and was commonly known as Admiralty House. The collection begins with medieval Italian works and goes through to modern Maltese art. The highlights are the baroque paintings by Mattia Preti and the 20th-century sculpture by Antonio Sciortino.

Palazzo Parisio
Palazzo Parisio is in the very heart of the ancient village of Naxxar in the heart of the island of Malta. This great house is exceptional in more sense than one: it is lavish and sumptuous and in it we shall be able to see, not just another palace of the legendary and romanticized Knights of St John, but, quite differently, the ultimate memorial of the ambitions, aspirations and pretentions of a 19th century noble family.

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May to October

Netherlands has a large number of tourist attractions and it draws vacationers from all over the world. .The famous places in Holland are famous either for some particular reason or the places are visually beautiful. The list below is given for your quick reference. It has beautiful expanses of greenery where you can literally see for miles due to the remarkably flat geography. Windmills, tulips and canals are everywhere you look and decorate the beautiful scenery with Dutch identity. Amsterdam, the outstanding capital, is a partying city with so much culture to experience that people tend to spend longer here than a lot of other cities, just dont forget your clogs!

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Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds is the famous wax museum in London which houses various wax figures of celebrities. It has branches in numerous cities and it has one in Amsterdam. This place is a huge tourist draw and is one of the most famous places in Holland.

Dam Square
Dam Square is another interesting place you must visit in Amsterdam. It is situated in the center of the city and houses a number of famous landmarks like Royal Palace, National monument, Nieuwe Kerk and Madame Tussauds. On your way to Dams Suare you have to pass through River Damak.

Royal Palace
Royal Palace of Amsterdam is one of the famous places in Holland which boasts of great architecture, huge building and style. The palace doors are open to public during summer season and it still used for official purpose by The Queen. The heritage of the city is reflected in the buildings. It was built in the 17th century.

Anne Frank House
Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is the historical museum dedicated to Jewish girl Anne Frank who fled from Netherlands during the Nazi attacks. Anne Frank was a diarist and wrote her experiences of war time in her diary. A visit to this museum will take you back to the time of struggle of the Jewish families and the kind of restrictions that was imposed on the Jewish families of that time

Rembrandt House Museum
Among various famous places in Holland, Rembrandt House Museum is a must-see. Rembrandt was an artist and a collector as well and used to spend on everything that fascinated him. This house dates back to 1606 and consists of 250 etchings that Rembrandt created out of 300. The new portion of the museum consists of the graphic works of Rembrandt. It also houses paintings by Rembrandts pupils and contemporaries.

For all theatre loving people, Stadsschouwburg is the ideal place. It is known for dramas but at times opera and ballet also takes place.

Van Gogh Museum
Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam features the work of the famous Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh and of his contemporary artists. This museum has the largest collection of paintings and drawings of Van Gogh in the world.

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May to September

Norway is located in Northern Europe and is situated in the western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula. There are many famous places in Norway but the fjord coastline and mountains that are found in the inner parts of the country is a major tourist draw. Among the three Scandinavian countries Norway is the westernmost and northernmost country located in Northern Europe, west of Sweden. Well-known for its complex and deep fjords along its west coast, it extends from the North Sea near Denmark and Scotland into the Arctic Ocean. With its main attraction being the scenic beauty of its coastline, places to visit in Norway are quite impressive and spectacular for travelers visiting this country of innumerable breathtaking fjords. There are various cities and smaller towns which are also tourist attractions. Norway is also known for its extensive landscape across the Arctic Circle.

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Oslo is the largest and the capital city of Norway. The city was destroyed by devastating fire in 1624. Oslo is one of the many famous places in Norway and it is the main economic, governmental and cultural hub. Oslo is also the trading hub of Norway and is the main link for trade and commerce.

It is known as the global city, as the city houses several industrial companies. You can also visit the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo. Oslo is well connected by airways, roadways and sea routes. You can find the following recreational areas in the city: St. Hanshaugen Park, Toyen Park, Bygdoy, Frogner Park

Trondheim is another city in Norway and it was established as a municipal city on 1st January, 1838. This city is Norway’s technical, educational and scientific research center. Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTU) is located in this city. The city has a maritime climate and has a lot of heritage buildings and museums.

Bergen is the second largest city and is one of the most famous places in Norway. All administrative activities of Hordaland County take place in this city. It is also a cultural hub and it is regarded as the unofficial capital of Western Norway. It has a temperate oceanic climate and it has a lot of cathedrals.

Tromso is situated on the small island named Trmsoya, in the county of Troms and it is well connected by the Tromso Bridge and Tromsoysund Tunnel in the mainland. The Sandnessund Bridge connects the island of Kvaloya. Due to change in climatic conditions, at times an effect of light and darkness occurs in the island. There are few villages in the island and the island has a cosmopolitan culture, full of life.

Stavanger is known as the Petroleum Capital of Norway. One of Norway’s oldest cathedrals named Stavanger domkirke is situated here. The city is often referred to as ‘open gate’ which indicates that it is open and receptive to diverse culture.

Apart from the above mentioned famous places in Norway, the country is well known for its fjords, mountains and waterfalls. Fjords are found in most parts of Norway, which attracts a lot of visitors every year. You can also indulge yourself in ski jumping in Holmenkollen.

The Archbishop’s Palace
The Archbishop’s Palace in Norway is quite and prominent and important place to visit. It holds a very prominent position in Norway. The palace has a museum where you can have a look and explore Norway and Trondheim’s history. During Saint Olav’s Festival various kinds of performances are held.

Urnes Stave Church
Stave churches are famous in Norway and are unique. These churches were mostly built during 1130 and 1350. Such other churches were built in Europe but it’s only in Norway where it exists. Urnes Stave Church was built in 1150 and is located in Luster, near the Sognefjord.

Eidsvoll Building
It is the historical building in Norway where the Norwegian Constitution was signed on 17th May 1814. Since the building housed the first parliament, it was preserved and is a heritage building of Norway.

Hakons Hall
Among famous places in Norway Hakons Hall is the sport center which was originally created as ice hockey venues. But now various other games are hosted in Hakons Hall.

Rosenkrantz Tower
Rosenkrantz Tower is located near to Hakons Hall and is one of the renaissance monuments in Norway. Some parts of the tower exist since 1270’s but some of its part was extended later. If you climb up the stairs in the tower you can have a wonderful view. The tower was the resident of King Eirik Magnusson and later was coverted into a heritage building.

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