Last year when I was planning for a trip to Spain I wasn’t sure about when to go but one afternoon while working in my office, I decided to take my first birthday trip and I booked my tickets for April.
Brussels is the capital city of Belgium and the capital of the European Union’s government. Although I did not spend much time here, it still left me with memories of the most beautiful central square – the Grand Place or Grote Markt.
Granada is Andalusia’s magnificent Moorish architectural heritage. It is a city full of character. From small cobbled stone streets to lavish Alhambra palace, from gypsy quarters and cave establishments to Arabic markets, everything in this city speaks volumes about its history.
Chittor was capital of Mewar Kingdom back in 7th century. It is one of the most famous forts in the world, mostly knownfor Queen Padmavati committing jauhar (self immolation) when the fort was besieged by a Turkic ruler of Delhi,Alauddin Khalji who defeated Rana Ratan Singh (her husband) in 1303.
Rann of Kucth is The Great Indian Salt Desert which is spread mostly in Kutch district of Gujarat and small portion ofSindh area in Pakistan. The Great Indian Salt Desert is located at a village named Dhordo, which is submerged underwater for half of the year and is a vast salt desert for the rest.
Everything in Dubai looks like a scene out of a sci-fi movie – high rise glass buildings, swanky super cars, big digital screens, amazing perfect for chasing scenes roads/highways.But with each passing day it made me believe that there is much more to Dubai than what just meets the eye.