Roman Forum – the Ruins of Ancient Rome

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The Lookout Terrace Between Palatine Hill and Roman Forum

Roman Forum is in the heart of Rome, a spread of impressive ruins. This is a small valley between Palatine and Capitoline hills. Many Roman emperors had built their palaces here. The Roman Forum was the scene of public meetings, law courts, and gladiatorial combats in republican times and was lined with shops and open-air markets. It was the hub of political, social and commercial activity of Roman citizens. As you go around Roman Forum, you will see ruins of temples, churches and public buildings. …

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Keukenhof Gardens – Biggest Tulip Gardens

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Keukenhof Gardens is the world’s tulip flower gardens and contains seven million tulips with a total of 800 varieties. The garden has an area of 32 hectares or 79 acres. It is also known as the Garden of Europe. It is open everyyear from mid-March to mid-May. In 2023, it will be open from 23 March to 14 May. …

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Musée d’Orsay – Art Masterpieces in Paris

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Chrysanthemums (Monet)

Museum d’Orsay is on the left bank of River Seine, 2.1 km from Notre Dame Cathedral. The nearest metro station is Solférino – Musée d’Orsay. Louvre Museum is across River Seine, a walk of 1.1 kmWe had booked our entry tickets online and were able to bypass the queues at the ticket counters. …

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Two Days in Lucerne, Switzerland a great experience

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Chapel Bridge in Lucerne

Two Days in Lucerne were a great experience. Switzerland is synonymous  with the town which is on the shores of Lake Lucerne in the centre of Switzerland. The lake has an intricate shape, with several sharp bends and four arms. The nearest airports are Zurich (68 km) and Basel (104 km). Lucerne is connected by trains to all major cities within and outside Switzerland. Fast trains take you to Paris in about 4hours 45min. Zürich Airport is the largest international airport of Switzerland

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