Odenza Reviews Lisbon, Portugal

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When you’re dreaming up your next European vacation, consider discovering Lisbon! The coastal capital city of Portugal. This Mediterranean city has become a more and more popular destination for travelers recently for its warm climate, culture and many historical spots to visit.  Explore the city’s historic and unique attractions including São Jorge Castle, Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, The Lisbon Oceanarium, The 25 de Abril suspension bridge, National Museum of the Azulejo, Tagus Estuary Natural Reserve and much more.

Odenza Reviews New Caledonia, French Territory

nc 5 New Caledonia is a dependent French territory that contains multiple islands in the South Pacific. New Caledonia’s stunning lagoon is among the largest in the world and is rich with marine life. Just some of New Caledonia’s various tourist offerings are: palm-lined beaches, amazing French food including mountaintop fondue in chalets, snorkeling, camping, and more. The main island of Grand Terre is surrounded by a massive barrier reef and known as a fantastic location for scuba diving. In Nouméa, the capital, you will find luxury shopping & French influenced restaurants.

Odenza Reviews Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin, Ireland is an excellent travel destination for single travelers as well as the whole family! Just a few of the cities daytime tourist offerings include: the Dublin Zoo, St. Stephen’s Green park, Dublin Castle as well as designer boutiques. Dublin also happens to be a historical and contemporary center for education, the arts and contains tons of monuments and landmarks dating back hundreds of years. One of Dublin’s newest monuments however is the Spire of Dublin which is illuminated from the top to provide a beacon in the night sky across the city. Of course Dublin is also known for having a vibrant nightlife and is reportedly one of Europe’s most youthful cities, with an estimate of 50% of citizens being younger than 25. The most popular area of Dublin’s nightlife scene is Temple Bar, which is known among tourists as host to numerous stag and hen parties from Britain.

Odenza Reviews Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, which is the Capital of Denmark, a long and rich history. It was the center of the Danish empire for hundreds of years and as a result it is home to many palaces, historic buildings, and cultural relics. The town’s classic architecture is wonderfully juxtaposed by innovative infrastructure, modern buildings, and a high-tech transit system.

A must visit is the Tivoli Gardens amusement park.  A cultural wonderland, with historic and unique offerings of  of big thrills and traditional Danish culture.

You can also find one of Copenhagen’s most famous tourist attractions displayed on a rock by the waterside at the Langelinie promenade: The sculpture of The Little Mermaid. This popular artwork was inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairy tale.

 

 

Odenza Reviews Isle of Skye, Scotland

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Scottish culture is filled with nature based Celtic myths and legends that tell of magical beings living under hills and waters filled with large and small beasts. The Fairy Pools near Carbost, Scotland encapsulate that sense of magic in their beautiful blue waters.

The series of small waterfalls that make up the so-called Fairy Pools are located near the village of Carbost on the Isle of Skye and accessible only by a foot hike through the Glen Brittle forest. These Fairy-Pools are some of the most pristine swimming holes in the entire world. On a sunny day, the turquoise waters of the natural pools are so clear, you can clearly see each moss-covered stone at the bottom.

I hope this review of Isle of Skye, Scotland will encourage you to visit soon!