A scenic cruise down the Seine River is a relaxing way to discover the essence of Paris. The river presents some of the city's most prominent landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum and the Notre-Dame Cathedral.
With its abundance of historic landmarks, art galleries, parks and palaces, travelers would need more than a week to fully appreciate the Danish capital. But if you only have 2-3 days to spare, don't despair.
The Batu Caves is a massive limestone hill around 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur. Its interiors are home to a Hindu shrine lined with different deities. The shrine itself is located deep inside the high caverns which take 272 steps to reach.
In 2012, CityDiscovery launched the the Win a Dream Week in New York contest giveaway. The contest received more than 12,000 entries between March 13 to June 30 from all over the world with the winner drawn last July 3, 2012.
Traveler Mary Beth visited Delhi and Agra last May 2012. She shared us her photos and talked a bit about her experiences from riding a rickshaw, driving in the Indian countryside to visiting the Taj Mahal.
"It will take you 4 months to see all the exhibits in the Louvre if you spend just one minute on each." Traveler Kah Kay A. of Singapore observed. A sound reason to skip the waiting line and get a fast-track entrance to the Louvre Museum in Paris.