Best Tourist Attraction Places

Best Tourist Attraction Places in Denmark

Denmark,the smallest Scandinavian country, is a mix of rural and urban with antique castles and modern designs found throughout. Denmark is a country where cycling is a popular pastime with thousands of kilometers of established cycling routes. Swimming, windsurfing, yachting and fish are other outdoor opportunity to enjoy.

Denmark is situated in northern Europe. In the south it has an ordinary border with Germany, but somewhere else is surrounded entirely by water. The long German frontier, running at an angle across the Jutland peninsula, stretches for some 68km/42 miles; the coastline is about 7400km/4598 miles in length. To the west Denmark is bordered by the North Sea, but a large part of its country lies in the Baltic.

Two narrow straits, the Kattegat and Skagerrak (east and north-west of Jutland respectively), separate the Baltic, an inland sea, from the North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean beyond. Owing to its place Denmark has always acted as a step-stone between Central Europe and the countries of the Scandinavian Peninsula Situated on the edge of the Central European climatic zone and surrounded on all sides by water. Denmark has a cool temperate maritime climate similar to that of Scotland and the northern half of England.

It's hard to get away from the castles-Copenhagen tours pretty much require you to pass at least one or two. And while there are plenty to choose from, it's no secret why Rosenborg Castle is one of the top Denmark tourist attraction. Both opulent and stately, the real draw is the royal compilation strewn throughout the many chamber and ballrooms.

Best Tourist Attraction Places in Vietnam

Vietnam is a country any serious traveler should visit at least once in his/her life. Its natural settings, its religious monument, its local markets, its people, its cuisine, and its beaches are the main reasons for visiting, but there are many more. If you look at the map on the right, you will see what the country looks like. There are two ways to visit Vietnam: starting in Hanoi, and going south; or starting in Saigon, and going north.

The best season to travel to North Vietnam is during the hot summers, from May to October. Winters in the North are cold and cloudy. In the mountainous regions in North Vietnam (Sapa), it may be freezing during winter. Central Vietnam wet season is from December to February. The south has two main seasons: the wet, from May to November; and the dry, the best season to travel, from December to April. The hottest season is from February to May.

Get in: there are three international airports: Hanoi (HAN), Saigon (SGN) and Da Nang (DAD).Get around: Moving around Vietnam can be done on bus, train and/or plane. For long distances I recommend plane, train is also an option. Bus should only be considered in short journeys. Money and Costs: the non-convertible Vietnamese Dong (VND) is the local currency. USD may be accepted in some tourist areas. Prices in Vietnam are low. Lodging and food are particularly cheap.

Length of stay: The minimum stay I would recommend to visit Vietnam is six weeks. In case you do not have that many days, you will have to split your visit in two (or you will have to skip some of its destinations).Languages/People: 82 million people live in Vietnam. In the south, people are friendly, and in the north they are trustworthy. Vietnamese life revolves around the family. Vietnamese is the official language. English is widely spoken in tourist areas.Food: Vietnam cuisine is, in my opinion, one of the richest in the world. From traditional Vietnamese food to seafood, you will always find something worth trying.

Best Tourist Attraction Places in Geneva

Geneva is an anomaly, proving the idiom 'small is beautiful'.An international fame city yet nothing pompous within it. Geneva is small more than town-sized and exceptionally simple like its residents. About 38 percent of the population in Geneva is that of foreigners, essentially US or French people. Located on a charming location, it is centered on the point where the River Rhone flows out of Lake Geneva (Lac Leman in French, Genfersee in German) flanked on one side by the Jura ridges and on the other by the first peaks of the Savoy Alps.

The Godfather of the city is the Reformer Jean (or John) Calvin, the inspiration behind Puritanism and Presbyterianism, who turned Geneva into a "Protestant Rome" in the 16th century. His parsimonious spirit made Geneva one of the richest cities in Europe.

The Republic and Canton of Geneva is only nominally (4 kms) within Switzerland's borders, sharing a large territory (108km) with France all around. Most of the French residents get benefited from both a high Swiss salary and relatively low French living expenses, whereas the Genevois save money by doing their shopping in France.