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How to Save Money for Travel to Mallorca

While for some people a dream vacation remains only a fantasy they never imagined would become a reality, others try hard to make it come true. Having enough money can provide a good vacation for you and your family. Booking a hotel, buying tickets, looking for cheap cars for rent, visits to local cafes, this list is by no means comprehensive. But what means “enough” in the context of travel to Mallorca island? And how can you increase the amount of accumulated money? Read about it below.

Make the budget Math

First you need to understand how much of your spending is justified, or worthless. For this, you can create a spreadsheet in Excel, upload an application for finance, or a simple notebook. Describe in detail the monthly expenses: rent, Internet and telephone, groceries, hobbies, shopping, etc. Then, based on the balance of income and expenses, calculate each option:

  1. How much money do you need to live in grand style?
  2. How much money will it take not to limit yourself too much and not live lavishly?
  3. What is the minimum amount you can live on without going hungry and without going into debt?

The optimal strategy is somewhere between the second and third. You need to find a balance between restrictions and comfortable life in order to save up for the vacation you want, but not break loose in the process. Home bookkeeping is an essential step to realistically plan a vacation. Of course, a lot depends on the amount of the planned trip. Let’s find out what size of the budget will allow you to really relax.

The pricing in Mallorca

According to budgetyourtrip.com, for your holiday in Palma de Mallorca, you should budget approximately €120 ($127) per day, which is the average estimated average price based on what other tourists spend there. You can expect to spend nearly €38 ($40) on food for one day and €23 ($24) on local transport.

In addition, a couple can stay in a hotel for an average cost of €140 ($149) in Palma de Mallorca. Therefore, the average cost of a trip for two people to Palma de Mallorca for a week is €1,428 ($1,515).

Put money aside regularly

This step goes after determining how much you’re currently able to save or how much you’re overspending each month and comparing your monthly income to your monthly expenses.

The main principle of accumulation is regularity. Follow the golden rule of savings, and save 10-15% of your income. If you tighten the belt more tightly, then the share of savings can be increased up to 30%. By the way, if you want to rent a car on arrival in the island, search for rental cars Mallorca using rental24h.com services. It features a reliable and quick procedure and a wide range of automobiles.

Set a shopping free day


Just do not take money with you on this day. The bare minimum is for the road and for lunch/snack. It’s a good idea to cook it yourself. If you think that you can only carry sandwiches for lunch, you are mistaken. There are many delicious and healthy dishes that you can cook at home and take to work.

No need to cheat: orders via the Internet are also considered. Record the price of anything you wish to buy in your smartphone’s notes app. Calculate your projected spending for the day in the evening and think whether you actually need to make one or another purchase. If you said “yes,” then do the proper thing the next day. No? This means that the money you didn’t waste on useless things can be safely added to the asset.

Open a savings account

And transfer there everything that you managed to save or earn extra money. And not just to avoid temptations. If you choose a successful banking offer, then interest on the balance will also be added to your savings.

Experts recommend opening an account with the most flexible terms of service. So that it can be replenished or withdrawn from it at any time. For example, if the sale of tickets to the city of your dreams starts. Secondly, you should pay attention to profitability: the higher it is, the more money the bank will add to your savings.

Save on utilities

  • Set a smart meter instead of the usual one.

They provide accurate readings, so you pay for what you do use.

  • Replace incandescent bulbs with LEDs.
  • Wash at a lower power.

Heating water up to 86° requires four times more electricity than heating it up to 140°.

  • Turn down the radiators when leaving for work.

Why heat empty rooms? Turn the valve on the radiator when you return and heat the apartment to a comfortable level.

  • Install water saving aerators for all tapes in the house.

Water use can be decreased by 30% by replacing an aerator that releases 3.2 gallons per minute with one that releases 2.5 gallons per minute, all while maintaining performance.


Definitely, saving up for the desired vacation is not easy-peasy. Everything depends on your willpower and on your real opportunity. Be thrifty, choose the best deals regarding cars for rental.


Four famous pilgrims of India

Char Dhaam Yatra – India

There are four holy shrines in Uttarakhand dedicated to Hindu Gods and holy rivers of India. The four shrines are situated within the Garhwal Region. These are collectively referred as “Char Dhaam of Uttarakhand” . Pilgrims from all over India and abroad visit the shrines as “Char Dhaam Yatra”. In Hindu religion, Char Dhaam Yatra holds has great importance and sanctity. It is believed that every Hindu should undertake Char Dhaam Yatra at least once in a life time to avail the blessings of gods adorning the shrines.

Haridwar is the traditional point to start Char Dhaam Yatra of Uttarakhand. Haridwar is in the plains and easily accessible by Road & Train from other locations of India, including New Delhi. It is also accessible by Road from Dehradun, which has Airport. So, Piligrims can fly to Dehradun from Delhi & other locations in India and then proceed to Haridwar by Road travel.

Haridwar is famous for Ganga Aarthi which takes place in evening daily and through out the year.

From Haridwar, Piligrims can travel by Road to the next stop in Char Dham yatra ie Rishikesh, which is also in plains. Ganga Aarthi takes place in Rishikesh also in the evening daily.

From Rishikesh, Piligrims can travel to Four places of Chaar Dhaam yatra i.e, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri. Details are given below.

Yamunotri Dham

The Shrine of Yamunotri at the source of river Yamuna. Atop is a flank of Bandar Poonch peak (3615 meters). The actual source, a frozen lake of ice and glacier (Champasar Glacier) located on the Kalind Mountain at the height of 4421 m above sea level is about 1 km further up is not easily accessible. Hence the shrine has been located on the foot of the hill. The Temple of divine mother Yamuna was built by Maharaja Pratap Shah of Tehri Garhwal. The tiny Yamuna has icy cold water and its absolute innocence and the infantile purity heightens that deep feeling of reverence, which Yamunotri has for the devout. According to the legend ancient sage Asit Muni had his hermitage here. The trek to Yamunotri is truly spectacular, dominated by a panorama of rugged peaks and dense forests.

The deity or Goddess Yamuna is made of black marble. The temple is dedicated to the river Yamuna, who is represented in the form of a silver idol, bedecked with garlands.

Close to the temple are hot water springs gushing out from the mountain cavities. Suryakund is the most important Kund. Near the Suryakund there is a shila called Divya Shila, which is worshipped before puja is offered to the deity. Pilgrims prepare rice and potatoes to offer at the shrine by dipping them in these hot water springs, tied in muslin cloth. Rice so cooked is taken back home as prasadam.

The pujaris and priests who perform in Yamunotri temple come from the village of Kharsali near Jankichatti.

Gangotri Dham

The Gangotri temple was built by the Gorkha General Amar Singh Thapa, in the 18th century and is situated on the left bank of Bhagirathi river. The temple is nested amidst the beautiful surroundings of deodars and pine trees. It lies close to the holy rock or the Bhagirath Shila where King Bhagirath had worshiped Lord Shiva. The Gangotri temple is dedicated to Goddess Ganga.

The Pujaris and Priests who perform in the temple belong to the village of Mukhwa. The water from Gangotri is carried to offer to Lord Shiva. It is believed that this water has nectar in it and will soothe the throat of Shiva who gulps the poison.

Shree Kedarnath Dham

Kedarnath temple is one of the sacred pilgrimage centre in Northern India, located on the bank of Mandakini river at an altitude of 3584 meters above sea level. The historical name of this region is “Kedar Khand”. Kedarnath temple is a part of Char Dhams and Panch Kedar in Uttarakhand and one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva in India. 

There are more than 200 shrines dedicated to Lord Shiva in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand itself, the most important one is Kedarnath. According to legend, the Pandavas after having won over the Kauravas in the Kurukshetra war, felt guilty of having killed their own Kith and Kin and sought blessings of Lord Shiva for redemption. He eluded them repeatedly and while fleeing took refuge at Kedarnath in the form of a bafellow.

On being followed, the Lord dived into the ground, leaving his hump on the surface at Kedarnath. The remaining portions of Lord Shiva appeared at four other places and are worshipped there as his manifestations. The arms of the Lord appeared at Tungnath, the face at Rudranath, the belly at Madmaheshwar and his locks (hair) with head at Kalpeshwar. The Kedarnath and four above mentioned shrines are treated as Panch Kedar (Panch means Five in Sanskrit).

The Temple at Kedarnath presents an imposing sight, standing in middle of a wide plateau surrounded by lofty snow covered peaks. The temple was originally built in 8th century A.D. by Jagad Guru Adi Shankaracharya and stands adjacent to site of an even earlier temple built by the Pandavas. The inner walls of the assembly hall are decorated with figures of various deities and scenes from mythology. Outside the temple door a large statue of the Nandi Bafellow stands as guard.

Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Kedarnath temple has exquisite architecture Built of extremely large, heavy and evenly cut grey slabs of stones, it evokes wonder as to how these heavy slabs were moved and handled in the earlier centuries. The temple has a Garbha Griha for worship and a Mandap, apt for assemblies of pilgrims and visitors. A conical rock formation inside the temple is worshipped as Lord Shiva in his Sadashiva form.

Shree Badrinath Dham

The main entrance gate of Badarinath temple is colourful and imposing popularly known as Singhdwar. The temple is approximately 50 feet tall with a small cupola on top, covered with a gold gilt roof. The Badarinath temple is divided into three parts (a) The Garbha Griha or the sanctum sanctorum (b) The Darshan Mandap where rituals are conducted and (c) The Sabha Mandap where pilgrims assemble.

At the Badarinath Mandir Gate, directly opposite the main Idol of Lord himself, is seated idol of Bird Garud, vehicle / carrier of Lord Badarinarayan. Garud os seen is sitting position and in prayer with his hands folded. The walls and pillars of the mandapa are covered with intricate carvings.

The Garbha Griha portion has its canopy covered with a sheet of gold and houses Lord Badari Narayan, Kuber (God of wealth), Narad rishi, Udhava, Nar and Narayan. The complex has 15 idols. Especially attractive is the one-metre high image of lord Badarinath, finely sculpted in black stone. According to legend Shankara discovered a black stone image of Lord Badarinarayan made of Saligram stone in the Alaknanda River. He originally enshrined it in a cave near the Tapt Kund hot springs. In the sixteenth century, the King of Garhwal moved the murti to the present loction of the temple. It represents Lord Vishnu seated in a meditative pose called Padmasan.

Darshan Mandap: Lord Badari Narayan is armed with Conch and Chakra in two arms in a lifted posture and two arms rested in Yogic Pose. Badarinarayan is seen under the Badari tree, flanked by Kuber and Garuda, Narad, Narayan and Nar. As you look, standing to the right side of Badarinarayana is Uddhava. To the far right side are Nara and Narayana. Narada Muni is kneeling in front on the right side and is difficult to see. On the left side are Kubera-the god of wealth, and a silver Ganesh. Garuda is kneeling in front, to the left of Badarinarayana.

Lucknow – The City of Nawab


Lucknow is the capital of Uttar Pradesh. It is also known as the City of Nawab. It has been listed as the 17th fastest growing city in India and 74th in the world. It is situated on the bank of river Gomti. Nawab Asaf-ud-Daula is known as the Creator of this city. This city is known as the centre of Urdu poetry and courtly diction and reached its zenith during the reign of Wajid Ali Shah who was the expert of music and poetry. Lucknow has always been a multicultural city that flourished as a North Indian Culture and artistic hub. It was the seat of power of Nawabs in the 18th and 19th century. It continues to be an important centre of governance administration, education, commerce, design and tourism etc. It was bounded on the east by Barabanki, on the west by Raibarelli and in the north by Sitapur and Hardoi. Lucknow along with Agra and Varanasi is listed in the UP Heritage Arc, a chain of survey triangulation created by UP govt to boost tourism.


Historically, Lucknow was the capital of the Awadh region controlled by the Delhi Sultanate and later the Mughal Empire. It was transferred to the nawabs of Awadh. Lucknow also claims that this is one of the most ancient Hindus states with rich cultural heritage and monuments. Its original name was Lakhimpur or Laxmanpur because it was gifted to Lakshman bother of Lord Rama after their period of exile from the forest. In 1856, The British East India Company abolished local rule and took complete control of the city along with the rest of Awadh and in 1857, transferred it to the British Raj. It got independent in 1947 along with whole India. It got its title City of Nawabs after the reign of the third Nawab when Lucknow became their capital. It was best remembered for extra emergence and redefined culture and lifestyle. Here, you will found a mix of Hindu – Muslim culture which is known as “Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb

Climate and Geographical Touch

In Lucknow, you will find humid subtropical climate with cool, dry winters from mid-November to February and dry hot summers with sunshine from March mid – May. Fog is quite common from mid – December to late January. As earlier, it was mention that Lucknow was situated in the bank of river Gomti. The city surrounded by rural town and villages. 

Famous Festival 

Lucknow Festival: This is one of the most popular festivals celebrated in Lucknow during November – December. This festival is celebrated for ten days and it mainly showcases the culture, heritage, arts and cuisines of people of this state. Other common festivals celebrated in Lucknow include – HoliDiwali and Dussehra.

Famous Places for Visit

Lucknow’s buildings show different styles of architecture with the many iconic buildings built during the British and Mughal Era. The UP Tourism Department organizes a “Heritage Walk” for tourists covering the popular monuments. 

Husainabad Clock Tower

Kaiserbagh Palace of Complex

National Botanical Research Institute

State Museum Zoo

Hussainabad Imambara

Shah Najaf Imambara

A visit to Tourism “Mandav: The City Of Joy “

Mandav, also known as Mando is one of the most attractive tourist places near Indore.

Mandav is a town in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh. It is situated in the Vindhyanchal Range at 2,000 feet above sea level. 

Mandav is 100km from Indore, the nearest airport.

This place shows the love of the poet prince Baz Bahadur, for his beloved companion Rani Roopmati.

Mandav is known from the Paramara period 8th century A.D.

Later it was under the Mughal rule, they called it ‘Shadiabad- The city of joy. 

The monuments are an exquisite mixture of the Hindu and Afghan style of architecture.

Some of the places to visit in the city.

Jahaz Mahal and Hindola Mahal

Jahaz Mahal : ship palace

This enlarged building measuring 110 meters in length and only 15 meters in-breath is built during the reign of Ghiyathuddin Khalji (1469 – 1500).

This palace is named as Jahaz Mahal or ship palace because it stands with the two water bodies on either side of it, Munj Talao on the west and the Kapur Talao on the east. This gives it a ship-like structure.

It is a double-storeyed tower to a height of 9.7 meters. The ground floor of the palace has three large halls. Each of the halls has balconies over to look at the Munj Talao.

The western side of central houses a large balcony, a domical ceiling. It offers mesmerizing views of the Munj Talao extending up to the Royal Palace in the south and Jal Mahal in the southeast.

At the far northern end of the ground floor of Jahaz Mahal, a couple of steps descends to a large swimming pool shaped like a blooming flower.

At the northern end of the terrace of the Jahaz Mahal, which too houses a similar pool but much smaller in size. The northern end of the terrace provides a bird’s eye view of the lower pool.

The terrace provides great views of the Royal Complex in the northern part of the Citadel of Mandu. 

On the east are great views of Kapur Talao, with the Taveli Mahal on its southern side. On the west us Munj Talao with the Royal Palace to the north and the Jal Mahal on the northeast.

A beautiful picture of Hindola Mahal : Swinging palace

Hindola Mahal means “swinging palace” is a great tourist attraction place in Mandu. It is built in 1425 C.E. during the rule of Hoshang Shah. It was later modified in the 15th century under the rule of Ghiyasuddin Khilji.

The T-shaped building with a transverse projection towards the north has sloping walls which give it the name Hindola Mahal.

The Darbar halls of Ghiyasuddin Khilji can be seen in the palace, which is also known as the royal court of the sultan.

The Mahal was constructed from sandstone with exquisitely carved columns with the provision of hot and cold water connected with the rooms situated underground.

Palace of Roopmati and Bazbahadur

Bazbahadur palace

Bazbahadur palace which reveals the love story of poet Roopmati and king Bazbahadur. It was built in 1509.

The palace has a huge courtyard, large halls, and a terrace that offers mesmerizing views from it.

A scenic view of Roopmati palace

Roopmati Mahal lies to the south of Bazbahadur’s palace. Bazbahdur got fascinated by the melodious voice of Roopmati and offered to marry her. She agreed to marry on a condition that she would stay in such a place from where she would be able to view the palace of Bazbahadur as well as flowing Narmada because she used to pay homage to the river before having her food.

hence Roopmati Mahal was built undee the reign of Bazbahadur for his beloved wife.  

It provides the view of the Bazbahadur Mahal and the River Narmada as a slivery shimmering line in the Nimar plains.

Bazbahadur was later defeated in a battle and fled from the battlefield. Roopmati committed suicide after consuming poison. The balladeers of Malwa still tell you their story.

Hoshang Shah’s Tomb

Hoshang Shah Tomb

It is said to be an inspiration for the Taj Mahal, it is built of white marble in its entirety. It is also said that this was the first marble structure of India. The elegant structure embraces Afghan art and architecture along with intricate lattice work and a well constructed dome. Hoshang Shah, being a dominant figure and a daredevil of his time, definitely ensured that he was laid down in style.

The city of lights

Welcome everyone today, we are going to know about the City of light. Do you have any guess about which city I am going to tell you about, well some of you have guessed right? The city of light is nor other than Paris.

It is the capital and most famous city in France. Paris is referred to as the City of light because, at the Age of Enlightenment, Paris was the one is first to use gas street lighting on a large scale on its masterpieces and streets. Paris is the most visited place in the world of course who doesn’t want to go to Paris. I love traveling, but I had never visited out of India if I would get to chance to visit Paris I would like to go to see the Eiffel Tower because this is the wish that I want to fulfill. I know some of you who are reading this article had visited Paris and some have not, so don’t get upset if you have not visited Paris one day will come you will surely visit Paris. So, I hope your wish come true.

You all have heard there is a bridge where the couples go and lock in the bridge, and throw the key into the water, well I feel that is the most romantic places in Paris. Recently the love locks have been removed from the bridge for some safety reasons.

So there are fun and romantic things we can do in Paris:-

1. If you are going to Paris use should taste their French food Because, in this city, you can have the delightful recipes to eat.

2. You must taste their wine while you visit in Paris, as they have excellent wines in the city.

3. You can do their camp as in camping you can see the whole gorgeous city. While camping, people can climb to Eiffel Tower, visit the Louvre from there you can see the whole city from those places. I can say that when you will visit those places you will have the most enjoyable and lively.

So these are the fun things you can experience in Paris.

There are some mind-blowing facts about Paris you must know.

First, In Paris, you can see only one stop sign. Yes it is real in Paris there were no other stop signs, and this stop sign is located at the exit of the building company drive.

Second, In Paris, it is difficult to find a Taxi and if you get a taxi, you have to pay nearly 200,000 Euros. Yes, you indeed have that much money with you to hire a Taxi.

Third, there is a Statue of Liberty in Paris. You must be thinking that the Statue of Liberty is in New York how it can be in Paris? But there is indeed a Statue of Liberty.

Fourth, The bell which is of the Notre Dame Cathedral is about the weight over 13 tons. It means it is the weight of three big elephants. So these are the facts about Paris.

I hope you enjoyed this article, let me know have you attended Paris or not and what do you think about Paris.

Thank you for reading my article and have a nice day.


Welcome everyone, so, you might get a bit of confusing by reading the topic, well it is true, there is a paradise not for the people who is a die or something it is the place where the living person can also go there. Well, that place is so gorgeous to see and with the valley on the lap of the majestic Himalayas.

So, you must all have got ideas!

The place which I am talking about is nor other than Kashmir-The Heaven on Earth. Nature had made Kashmir such a magnificent place with unbelievable beauty. Do you know how the people knew that Kashmir was only heaven on earth? In the 17th century Mughal emperor Jahangir visited there and saw this beautiful and breathtaking place. He said this place as Heaven.

Kashmir is in the northernmost state of India is surrounded by the mountains, Kashmir signifies represented with, stunning Chinar trees turn into the entire valley into yellow at autumn, Silver lakes that turn into golden at the crack of Dawn, that all the natural beauty feels like we are in the sky. Kasmir is the land of flowers at the time of spring and winter season.

Do you know the story about Kashmir? I am not telling you about the division between India and Kashmir. There is another story about Kashmir which some of you may know, so there was a classical story that the place which is now known as Kashmir was a Lake. There was a demon who used to live there and was creating difficulty to the souls of that place. So later on, Goddess Parvati with Maharishi Kashyap killed that demon. So this was the story about Kashmir.

Now, I am going to describe you some extraordinary elements in Kashmir.

1. Srinagar:- The most famous place in Kasmir in Srinagar. In Srinagar, you can go trekking, boating, bird watching, we can also say that Srinagar is the mirror image of mountains. In Srinagar, you can visit at the time of June to October and if you want to see snow then you should go from December to January.

2. Gulmarg:- Gulmarg is also known as the Meadow of Flowers, as you can see there many vibrant colors of flowers. It is the best place for Mountain Biking, trekking, and skiing. In Gulmarg, you can visit the place from December to January as it is time for whitening.

3. Sonamarg:- The land of Gold of Kashmir. It is the place to visit at the time of summer for camping, trekking. It is the best place to enjoy the aroma of flowers.

4. Leh:- You all have viewed the movie 3 idiots, this is the place where 3 idiots last scene has been shot. This place is best for the bikers. In this place, you will never get disappointed as it offers breathtaking views. So these were the most famous places in Kashmir.

Now we will see the most mouthwatering dishes of Kashmir.

1. Rogan Josh:- It is the non-vegetarian dish, who is fond of eating meats you should try this dish. It is flavored with brown onions with various spices and yogurt.

2. Modur Pulav:- It is the Kashmir sweet dish prepared by using cinnamon, saffron, milk, and ghee. This different taste of Pulav is something you have never tasted.

So these are the most famous dishes in Kashmir.

In Kashmir, they wear there Traditional dress which is known as Phiran. This outfit is both for male and female. This traditional dress benefits them to keep warm in the place.

There are some things you should buy when you visit to Kashmir.

First, is Pashmina Shwals and Blanket, which is commonly famous in Kashmir. They are crafted with pure sheep wools which visitors usually buy it.

Second, the traditional Jewellery which is crafted with high precision to offer a luxurious look.

Third, the dress materials are the most gorgeous traditional dresses to wear and also have a photoshoot.

So these are things usually people mostly buy it. I think this is all about Kashmir.

Let me know in the comments how you feel about Kashmir and has you visited Kashmir or not. I hope you all enjoy reading my article!

Thank you and have a nice day!


Hello everyone Today, I am going to discuss the Pink City. From the title, you all must have known about which city I am going to tell. The city is nor other than Jaipur-The Pink City.

Jaipur is known as the Pink City the largest city of Rajasthan in India. Jaipur was founded in 1727, by the Rajput ruler Jai Singh II, who was the ruler of Amer. The city name happened by the Rajput ruler Jai Singh II. Jaipur is known as Pink City because of the dominant color scheme of its building. It is a particularly popular tourist section. Jaipur has grand places and haveli which is surrounded by mighty fortresses which make Jaipur a welcome respite from high rise malls and urban living. Jaipur is the most famous tourist destination forming a part of the Golden Triangle.

Jaipur is also popular for its ancient beauty which is enclosed by colorful markets, and their events. In Jaipur, you can find fascinating cityscape which is completely covered in a smooth, glowing shade of blush, and that depends on the sunset of each evening.

In Jaipur, there are many festivals like:-

1. Elephant Festival:- Every year in February and March, the Elephant festival is celebrated. In this Elephant, Polo and Elephant dances are the highlight of this festival. The city brings over the six and a half million people with a diverse array of backgrounds.

2. Kite Festival:- In every year, January 14 is celebrated as Kite Festival. The Kite Festival brings the contrast of bold colors in the sky. In every year the kites fly in the sky which makes the sky more beautiful than other days. In the daytime sky is a full of Kites, whereas, in the night, the fireworks glow the sky with light. This lovely festival marks a transition of the sun from Sagittarius to Capricorn.

3. Teej Festival:- In the month of late July and early August, this joyful festival brightens the Jaipur street with parade of color and sound. This Festival is focused on the story of the reunion of Lord Shiva and Parvati after 100 years. In this festival married women pray for the long life of their husbands.

4. Gangaur Fair:- This festival is celebrated in Spring for the goddess of abundance Gauri. In this festival, the young girl prays for their future husband while the married women pray for there husband for long life.

So this was a famous festival in Jaipur city.

Let see the most famous places in Jaipur City to witness the beauty of the city.

1. Hawa Mahal:- The most romantic Pink fortresses was originally built in 1799 for the ladies of the royal household. It is made up of 152 windows into rounded balconies which showing the beauty of Rajput architecture. In every sunset, it displays the statues the relics, and other historical memorials.

2. Jantar Mantar:- Jantar Mantar is one of the most lookout located in the heart of Jaipur. Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II executed the whole idea of making Jantar Mantar.

3.City palace:- City palace is the centerpiece of Jaipur city and the heart of founder Jai Singh II leave. City palace is the combination of Rajput, Mughal and European styles which are made with highly trained architectural care. It showcases the historical monuments and art from the city and region.

4.Albert Hall Museum:- It is an industrial Art Exhibition which is located near the city center. This museum presents the history and arts of Jaipur and Rajasthan.

So these are famous places in Jaipur. So these are analyses why Jaipur is known as the Pink City.

There are some facts about Jaipur which will definitely will make you surprise.

First Jaipur has the most expensive hotels in India. The most famous hotel in Jaipur is The Raj Palace Hotel which is about US$ 50,000.

Second Jaipur is the only city that organizes the largest free festival in the whole world.

Third Jaipur is not only known for monuments but also for handicrafts and beautiful jewelry.

Fourth. it is the most photographed place in India.

So these are some facts about Jaipur.

If you all like this article let me know. Let me know in the comments what do you think about Jaipur!

Thank you for reading this and have a nice day!

Which is the Best Hop on Hop off Bus Tours in Athens

Athens has a different thing and lots of historical places are also included there. We all love traveling and also we discover Athens from open top hop on hop off double Decker sightseeing bus. With the taking option to get visit Piraeus too exactly. As much as we will learn about Athens so much will come to know attractions and desires are to visit more and more.  tripindicator.com is comparing top Hop on Hop Off Bus Tours in Athens.1-term3

How much benefits we can have hop on hop off buss traveling in Athens

Tracing the history and then culture of Athens from ancient times to the good way like the present day on this tour of central Athens is great. Hop on and off at 15 top sights and also attractions like top sights and attraction times like in one complete day.

It is the way will enjoy the company of whole live guide experience and will also tips about each of the time and historical place.

Classified timing is absolutely available and then can also enjoy the whole city of Berlin properly.

Will also have enjoyment and then the audio commentary and will be in different languages.

Complimentary and also the cruise tours and attractions are available.

Best hop on hop off bust tours have in Athens

As going to complete the guide and about top ticket supplier we have in Athens. It is also available briefly and to give the guidance along with it. It is the thing necessary to have to do is to compare the price of each ticket and move for the cheaper one. Now it is the extra saving and then to get here best of options and can also get benefits.

Athens, Piraeus, Riviera hop on hop of city sightseeing tour

Exactly no matter what cruise ship and to arrive on it is the way to perfect and to do it like yourself shore excursion and Athens and then attraction in city sightseeing Athens offer with the specific rates. There is no hard rate for traveling and enjoying and available in just $23.75.

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Exactly discoing Athens Piraeus and Glyfada is with Athens open tour and then the first Greek hop in hop out Bus Company which is great. It is very amazing having as like enjoying and traveling more and more anywhere we want. No having so much price and too higher extra rates but available in but $17.81.

Hop on hop off classic tour of Athens

Traveling is great so then it will be the amazing choice if we can solve issues while traveling. So as that to complete tour of Athens and to include various key sights of Athens like is just amazing. Actually like the acropolis and then Parthenon and anathematic stadium with the two interchanging lines and crosses. Not too costly package for this travelling but amazingly upon the way of just $15.44 and it is fantastic.

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Tips for Free attractions in Athens

Like the way exploring Athens with the 24 hour ticket and marvel at the Acropolis and with the Parthenon extremely valuable. Actually visiting the national gardens and then city has lots of many museums. So as that shop at the different stops and along with the bus route and then to get see the amazing sailing boats for traveling.

Parliament change of guards

Actually the ceremony takes place every hour in front of Parliament in Athens is wonderful free attraction and will see the guards called Evzones and wearing traditional customs and standing guards in front of the tomb of Unknown Soldier.

National Gardens picnic point

Exact location is right behind of the Parliament building and national gardens are an oasis into the heart of the city and then were actually designed by Queen Amalia. It is home to lots of plants and animals so be careful and also inside the garden will see a small lake with the ducks including in it.

Ubud, The Ultimate Tourist Destination

Ubud is undoubtedly the cultural capital of Indonesia. Many tourists come to this place to see the traditional dance and drama of Balinese culture. It is also home to the Balinese royal family and has various museums that display the rich culture and heritage of the region. Let us see some of the top attractions of this place.

Ubud, The Ultimate Tourist Destination

Agung Jagatnatha Temple of Ubud

The temple is dedicated to Sanghyang Widi Wasa and happens to be the biggest temple of the region. The Temple Management organizes two festivals every month based on the lunar cycle. You can visit the place during full moon day and get to enjoy special ceremony. In the same way, you can also consider visiting the temple on the new moon day and take part in the traditional rituals. The unique part of the temple is the Shrine that is designed in the form of a Lotus Throne. This is also commonly known as Padmasana according to local culture. It consists of Empty Throne made of white coral material. It has amazing stone carvings and other inscriptions that describe various stories of Hindu gods.

Mountain villages of Bali

The amazing hamlets host different communities that have their own culture and dialect. They are also known locally as Bali Aga Villages. The region is famous for music and arts of the primitive culture. If you want to visit this place, make sure that you follow the instructions of the local people completely. Outsiders are not allowed to stay in the place after evening hours as the local people strictly follow the traditions even to this day. The best time to visit this place is during the months of June and July when the three day festival of Udaba Sambah is held in Tenganan village. The unique cultural aspect of this village is that it prohibits polygamy and divorce.

Health Resorts

Bali is one of the premier locations for health and wellness holidays and is home to some of the best retreats in the world. Bali Weight Loss deserves a special mention as it has received world renowned recognition and is said to have even beeb attended by Michelle Obama.

Bird Park of Bali

The amazing Bird Sanctuary is home to more than 250 species of birds from Indonesia and other regions of the world. It is also rich in flora and has more than 2000 topical plants. Bird lovers come to this place to catch a glimpse of various birds including Barred Eagle Owl, Wreathed Hornbill, Jawa Hawk and the Bali Starling. The unique aspect of this Sanctuary is that the birds are comfortable with tourists walking around the place and you can enjoy your time during the vacation. The best time to visit this place is during the early morning hours when the birds are most active.

Elephant Park of Bali

This is the best place to visit in Bali if you love adventure sports. You can indulge in white water rafting and trek and cycle through the amazing jungles of Bali. You can also enjoy the amazing ride on the Sumatran elephants to get the complete view of the surrounding villages. Tourists often come to this place to enjoy the beautiful view of paddy fields along the Melangit River. In the background, you can also get to have a glimpse of the Blue Sea at the Nusa Penida Island.

Kite Festival of Bali

July is the best place to visit the Padang Galak Beach of Sanur to watch the annual Kite Festival of Bali. You will be surprised to see many international teams coming to this place to compete with local teams. Participants from as many as 11 different countries take part in the event to compete in different categories. Points are given for the successful launch of the kite and the duration of flight. Along with that, the grace with which the kite is handled is also considered while announcing the winners.

Stone sculptures of Batubulan market

This is the best place to visit to get amazing stone sculptures of the region. You can get any variety ranging from contemporary to traditional in different sizes at this place. The unique feature of this market is that the craftsman can custom design the sculptures according to your choice. You will have complete flexibility with regards to choosing the size and material of the sculpture. However, the region is traditionally famous for soft volcanic rock sculptures. Earlier, they were used as ornaments for various temples and even the palaces of the region had many decorative items made of this material.

Badung Market of Bali

This is the largest Market of Bali and is open throughout the day. You can get to buy the best articles that signify the arts and crafts of this region. It has 4 levels with each one dedicated to selling different varieties of products. You can get to buy fresh produce on the ground floor and the upper levels are dedicated to different textiles and handicrafts. You can also catch a glimpse of the Badung River that is situated next to the market. Make sure that you bargain to get the best deals in this place.

These are some of the top attractions of the region. You can get in touch with the leading travel agencies of the region to get suitable transport and accommodation facility during your vacation. The local people of the region are very friendly and you need not worry about anything during your holidays. However, it is a good idea to maintain appropriate dressing sense considering the traditional mindset of the local people.

Bahai Lotus Temple- “Temple of Peace”


The Bahai Lotus Temple is situated int he heart of the metropolitan city of Delhi yet you will feel the peace and calmness that exist here which is becoming rare day by day due to increasing number of vehicles and sound pollution.

The temple is designed in such a manner as you make you feel one with the nature and enjoy the peace of mind.

You will find a nearby metro station which has made this monument more accessible to people coming from other countries.

You can enjoy the ISKON temple which is situated nearby this monument of Delhi.