14 posts tagged tour
Do you want to learn more about the vibrant neighborhood of Harlem and also find accommodation there? This video gives you a great insight on the different places that you can visit in Harlem and also features one of our apartments there! Take a look :-)
If you are visiting New York City for 4th of July, there are many activities that you can join! Take a historical walking tour and watch the FDNY Fireboat Water Show light up the beautiful skyline, enjoy a picnic with friends in Central Park and take an adventurous trip to Coney Island’s amusement park. For more information click on the link above.
One of the best spots in the Southern French Alps in the summer is probably the Verdon Canyon. The great panoramas and the surprising wildlife speak for themselves, just get yourself a proper breath of fresh air. A good idea may be to follow the river with a rental pedalo and stream along the current while enjoying the surroundings. Now just watch the video and learn more about it.
Interesting video in tilt-shift covering what spending a night out in Paris would like in less than 4 minutes, passing by the famous Eiffel Tower and the Fly Boats streaming along the Seine River. This side of Paris is full of the activity of people spending some time out, with its illuminated features, and the poetry of each moment in the city of love.
The fashiondistrict is all about shopping, but did you know that you could actually take a guided tour for free around the neighborhood and its history? If want to learn more and register for one of them, you may want to check out the link.
For those of you who have seen the award-winning film covering the life of George VI and his fight against his stammering problem, which become crucial from the moment he becomes King of England and has to give an introductory speech to the entire nation, you may recognize many places where the movie was shot. Take the bait and go through famous London landmarks such as Regent Park, as seen on the picture, or Buckingham Palace by following the trail described in the article.
Take a photographic tour in Astoria by following the link and let yourself guided by The Gothamist through the local stores and restaurants. Get yourself some new ideas on where to spend some time in Queens and impress your friends! For instance, Ornella restaurant is illustrated here, for an Italian owned place with marvelous pasta of course.
In the first part of this video, we came across the Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Middagh Street, Henry Street and the Borough Hall Farmer’s Market. Now let us take you to busy Montague Street, peaceful Grace Court Alley, retail-full Atlantic Avenue and the surprising Sahadi’s bazaar. Make yourself a better idea of what this amazing neighborhood is like and learn some new anecdotes.
After nearly a decade of film-making in this Warner Bros Film Studio in London, the Harry Potter saga has finally arrived to an end. Now that this rich story has ended, what about closing this era properly by taking the tour of the studio where the Harry Potter Films used to be shot, and that’s opening its doors on March 31st? Take a look at the Great Hall, Dumbledore’s office, the boys’ dormitory and so on… Amounting to over 150,000 square meters, this tour covers many famous sets used in the movies, so don’t get lost! Follow the link for more details on this upcoming event.
Remember the first part of our video tour of the Flatiron District? Well we are already getting to the next level with the second part, this time concentrating more on the activities offered by this area, from good restaurants to museums. Find out more about our tips and recommendations on how to shop, dine and go out in this lively area.
Take the tour around Paris and all the mythical buildings, popular places, trendy restaurants and so many more. The heart of Paris overflows of great eye sights and there are so many things to do, so whether you choose the city for its history, glamor, fine cuisine or all of them, take a look at these magnificent scenes and fully understand why there were 15 million visitors in 2010 for the city alone, making it the most visited city in the world.
Does Flatiron ring a bell for you? It would not be surprising, as the the Flatiron Building and the unusual triangular shape of this building, a New York landmark, gave the area its name. Funny enough, the name originates from its resemblance to a clothes iron, originally called an “electric flatiron”. This neighborhood used to be home to many high-end retailers and brought in most fashionable people. And although they have since left, it is now a historic and shopping part of New York. You will certainly also be interested in seeing Madison Square Park or perhaps the birthplace of Theodore Roosevelt.
London Video Tour
Catch a glimpse of most of London’s famous sights and get a better idea of why its rich history attracts many visitors each year.