Bali 4 Night Kuta / 2 Night Semiyanak Package Cost Per Person : 31,500 With Out Flight
The highlights of the best European vacations include a visit to Eiffel Tower in Paris, boat ride in Venice, trip on cable car in Switzerland, explore the ruins of Rome, and pose with the marvelous edifices spread all over. Stay at castles enjoying royal treatment. Do not miss to taste Italian cuisines, French delights and other pleasures with a drink fresh from the vineyards. Adventure sports are also available in plentitude. In addition, marvel at classy art museums and charming neighborhoods. Stop at the warm cafés, high-end stores and boutiques to shop for souvenirs. Festivals add to the thrill of Europe holidays. These occasions raise the spirit with merry-making till the early hours of the day.
A beguiling landscape and even more vivid people make your Bhutan tours special. Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, the small country offers a visual treat. Dotted with a number of scenic monasteries, the country is dominated by the Buddhist culture. The breathtaking beauty is an added plus. So do the Shivalik hills and many other prominent peaks and mountains.
The southern city of Kaohsiung is Taiwan's largest port, its second-largest city and centre of the country's heavy and petrochemical industries. Despite this, today's Kaohsiung is a modern urban landscape of airy cafes, wide streets, waterside parks, public transport, bicycle lanes and cultural venues that have embraced and re-imagined the city's manufacturing past.
Oslo is blessed with some incredibly beautiful parks which manage, in typical Norwegian style, to straddle the line between a bucolic naturalness and well-kept grace. As soon as the sun is out this is where you'll find locals lolling, picnicking and often getting their gear off and catching some rays.
Barcelona is an enchanting seaside city with boundless culture, fabled architecture and a world-class drinking and dining scene. Barcelona's architectural treasures span 2000-plus years. Towering temple columns, ancient city walls and subterranean stone corridors provide a window into Roman-era Barcino. Fast forward a thousand years or so to the Middle Ages by taking a stroll through the shadowy lanes of the Gothic quarter, past tranquil plazas and soaring 14th-century cathedrals.