Carrières de Lumières (formerly Cathedrale des Images) – Baux de Provence (France): art of Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci & Raphaël! In the caves of the Val d’Enfer you will find the Carrières de Lumières (formerly Cathedrale des Images). On high walls, the ceiling, floor and … Continue reading PIN OF THE WEEK: Carrières de Lumières (France)
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Europa Park opens their doors this weekend on March 28th for a brand new season. It’s Party Time! Cause the biggest theme park of Germany celebrates their 40th Anniversary this year together with you! Explore the themed area’s like the Enchanted Forest, Children’s world, Kingdom … Continue reading Europa Park Celebrates 40th Anniversary!
Parc du Grand-Blottereau, France Enjoy spring time at the 22 hectares of Parc du Grand-Blottereau in France. Dedicated to exotic plants and flowers since it was left to the city by Thomas II Dobrée in 1905, the Grand Blottereau has been continuing and increasing an exotic … Continue reading PIN OF THE WEEK
Friday March 20th world’s biggest flower garden Keukenhof in Amsterdam opens their doors for spring season.
2015 is the van Gogh-year in Keukenhof. Van Gogh formed the inspiration for the brand new flower shows. The highlight of this year is the spectacular flower bulb mosaic of a ‘self-portrait’of Vincent van Gogh made up of thousands of tulips.
The best way to start spring is in between the beautiful nature.
Keukenhof gives you an unique and unforgettable experience, with more than 7 million bulbs in bloom and a total of 800 varieties of tulips.
We have added our 16th country on the Digitourist map: Bosnia and Herzegovina! Click on the link to view all the points of interests! Now you can also use Digitourist for planning your holiday or short trip in this beautiful country. Bosnia and Herzegovina is the sixteenth country that is added on … Continue reading 16th Country online!
Fingal’s Cave, Staffa, Scotland Fingal’s Cave is a lava cave in the sea on the Scottisch island of Staffa. The cave has a particular pattern: a kind of horizontal columns. This is the result of crystallization of lava by accelerated cooling (probably due to the … Continue reading PIN OF THE WEEK