To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries
Aldous Huxley
Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore
Andre Gide
Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer
Travel brings power and love back into your life
Jalaluddin Rumi
Traveling tends to magnify all human emotions
Peter Hoeg
People don’t take trips, trips take people
John Steinbeck
Take only memories, leave only footprints
Chief Seattle
Travel far enough, you meet yourself
David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas
We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us
The world is a book, and those who do not travel, read only a page
Augustine, St.

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travel tips and inspirations

The fairy tale city of Harbin: a journey to the city of ice

When we were kids, we used to build different figures of snow and ice, walking in the winter outside. The snow did not want to take shape, crumbled, and the ice stuck to the gloves. But those attempts had their romance. We grew up and forgot the childhood attempts to build the Snow Queen's residence. But there are still people who remember the snowy fun, and turn blocks of ice into sculptures and even entire cities. Wouldn't that be something really fantastic? Just believe it, live ice castles look amazing!

Three Christmas Tales of Austria

The most wonderful time in Austria comes approximately four weeks before Christmas. In every home, special preparations for a quiet, and at the same time the most important holiday of the year, begin. Sentimental and filled with deep symbolism traditions are passed from generation to generation and come to life even in big cities. Austria cherishes its Christmas tales.

Santas in Different Parts of the World

''A kid lives somewhere in each adult” that is what thought the Italian filmmaker Federico Fellini. The very truth of the words especially is felt on pre-Christmas days, these days even the deep-rooted cynics wait for some miracle. Adults and kids all over the world start thinking about gifts, Christmas Tree and soon visit of the Main Magician. Though, his name is not always Santa Claus.

Five “Wow” Winter Adventures to Try in Finland

It is one of the smallest countries in the world, with little subsoil recourses and the harsh climate. At the same time United Nations’ General Assembly researches say the Finns is the happiest nation on the Earth. Locals think the possibility to enjoy the nature views is one of the happy sources: picturesque lakes, thick wooded land and unique North Lights that is the Finland key landmark.

Finland: 9 Presents from the Homeland of Santa Claus

A wise old man, wiggling in his wooden rocking chair by the fireplace, looks through the letters from children and adults all over the world. Hundreds of dexterous elves will help him to implement a magic in the New Year's Day. It is here – in the house of Santa Claus, in the Finnish region of Lapland – everyone knows what presents will give you a positive energy, decorate your house and become useful.