Dutchplaces.com Travels Utrecht for Printing Company

Dutchplaces.com Reveals Travel Secrets from Utrecht

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Where is your city?

Europe, The Netherlands

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Strolling throught the beautiful city. It’s not that large, so travelling by foot is by far the best option.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

There are so many good restaurants here, but we just love this smaal Ethiopian restaurant called ‘Sunshine’. A hidden gem!

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Visit the Dom tower: it’s cool and quiet.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

There are some conceptstores worth visiting, as well as some great second-hand stores. A bar like Klein Berlijn is quite a catch as well! We list all of those hotspots on our website, www.dutchplaces.com.

Anything else you want to add?

We work with many locals, who contribute. That way, all added hotspots are unique and actual places that are visited by locals. No tourist traps here!

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Karl Travels Riga, Latvia for Printing Company

Karl Reveals Travel Secrets from Riga, Latvia

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Where is your city?

Europe

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Taxi bike rides you through the old town and nearby places for a negotiable price

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

I favor folkclub “Ala”, which in translation means “Cave”. It offers wide spectrum of local food and drinks for affordable price and turns into fun club for locals in the evening.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

It’s best to enjoy Mežaparks (Forest park) and have a walk there next to lake or just into the woods.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

“One such gem would be the National Library of Latvia. Not to mention its gracious looks, it holds the biggest collection of books in Baltic states. In it one can find anything that relates to literature and art.
Another would be the surprising amount nature throughout the city. There are plenty of parks and trees.
Locals might be used to another beauty in Riga – it’s the architecture. Just walk around the streets in various parts in Riga and you’ll see such variations from wooden buildings built in 17th century to post modernism to Art Noveau.”

Anything else you want to add?

One should now another thing, when visiting Riga, – Latvians are still very close to their traditions, so going visiting into late June there should be no surprise to see Riga as a gost city, since most people would be celebrating Midsummer. Similair to every weekend and even sunny evenings.

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Cameron Settles Travels Reykjavik for Printing Japan Company

Cameron Settles Reveals Travel Secrets from Reykjavik

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Where is your city?

Europe, Iceland

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

People tend to forget that the Northern Lights are free. While the costly tours can be great for help snagging photos, just seeing the Northern Lights is free and can be done from within the City. On our last trip, we ventured out to Grótta light house to watch the lights. We were just barely outside of downtown Reykjavik but it felt like we were in the middle of the country, and we could see the Northern Lights beautifully.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Íslenski Barinn is an Icelandic gastropub. I could stop there, but I’ll elaborate a little. Here, you can enjoy (or dare yourself to try) Icelandic specialties like Hákarl (I did not dare) and whale (yum!), or you can try delicious twists on dogs and burgers. Add that to a cool, rustic atmosphere and live music and you’ve got the best (affordable) restaurant in Reykjavik. For business see printing japan.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

We may have to remove the word “warm” from this question, but the answer to this is enjoy one of Reykjavik’s geothermal heated pools. Most people visiting Iceland know about Blue Lagoon, but you don’t have to travel outside the Capital City to enjoy the splendor of Iceland’s geothermal hot pools. They’re located all over the City and are just the right temperature to be enjoyed at any time of year.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

“Baejarins Beztu Pylsur hot dog stand. It doesn’t look like much, but Bill Clinton said he had “”the best hot dog of his life”” from here and I agree. Worth waiting in the constantly long line.

Vitabar restaurant and bar. Small menu (mostly burgers and fries) and cheap drinks. A great place to get a reasonably priced lunch that tastes great. ”

Anything else you want to add?

The helicopter tours are worth it! We did the Geothermal tour through Norðurflug and it was awesome. I’m sure any other tour offered in the area is equally spectacular. Cross another item off your bucket list and spend the extra money to fly over beautiful Iceland in a helicopter. (If that’s not on your bucket list, add it.)

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Where is your city?

Europe

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Use the metro and busses or take the old tram for a tour. Porto’s historic buildings, Castle and Cathedral are all illuminated. .

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

There are so many restaurants along side the river, all have great food and Menzies to suit every taste.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Then take a river cruise to visit the six bridges, followed by a Port Tasting

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

The old part of the town is fascinating. The buildings have grown out of the slums that used to be there and overlook the Port Houses on the opposite bank.

Anything else you want to add?

The tourist is well looked after with most people speaking English. Visit the Tourist information point, near Trinidad Metro Station for excellent service.

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Purple Light Vacations Travels Paris for Printing Company

Purple Light Vacations Reveals Travel Secrets from Paris Printing

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Where is your city?

Europe

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Start walking along the Seine and then venture onto side streets where the lights and sites lure you. It is called the “City of Lights” for a reason. Then go for a nightcap at one of the many bars in Paris that offer good values. For our LGBT clients, we recommend heading to the Marais District where the bars have long happy hours and early entry to some of the dance clubs, such as the Banana Cafe which has go-go boys and a Josephine Baker vibe. For all clients we like the jazz/blues club Caveau des Oubliettes (52 Rue Galante near Notre Dame) that has no cover and is in a dungeon with a real guillotine!

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Our favorite restaurant from our last trip was Cru (7 Rue Charlemagne) in the St. Paul area. It is special for Paris because it specializes in healthy “raw” food including fresh tasty vegetables and various tartares. These and other options are served in a pleasant courtyard setting

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Go shopping for items for a picnic and head to the Jardins du Luxembourg, our favorite gardens in the city. There you can sit and relax surrounded by beautiful gardens, Palatial French architecture and kids and others sailing mini boats on a pool

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

There are two museums in Paris that many tourists do not know about and we think are most worthy of a visit. First, the Atelier Brancusi (Place George Pompidou) located in a small structure outside the Pompidou Museum. This museum recreates the artist studio of the Romanian turned French sculptor Constantin Brancusi. It houses over 135 of his sculptures. Better still, the museum is free but only open afternoons from 2-6 p.m. Second, the Cluny Museum (6 Place Paul-PainleveI( in the Quartier Latin is a museum highlighting the works of the Middle Ages including 6 famous tapestries of the “Lady and the Unicorn” that compliment those in the Cloisters in New York City.

Anything else you want to add?

Unless you are a true teetotaler, drink wine when you are in Paris. It will generally be good and often cost less than a diet coke!

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Yashodhara Roy Travels Paris for Printing Company

Yashodhara Roy  Reveals Travel Secrets from Paris

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Where is your city?

Europe

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

You”ll probably have a metro pass if you are travelling in Paris. So I would say take the metro to the Eiffel Tower! …watching it glow is the most beautiful scene to see after dark. And you don’t need money for that! Every first 10 minutes there is a light show. So don’t forget to check that out.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Been to Paris only once. And food is not very cheap. So need to go back to find a favourite restaurant… But The Notre Dame area has a lot of options …and Parisiene restaurants! I tried a set meal at Jardin Notre Dame…And I liked that…its pretty and green and got great view. Nice place to enjoy a candle lit dinner.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Definitely walking up to the Sacre Coeur …its bright.. And beautiful and again a view from the top that allows you a peaceful moment.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

Don’t know how hidden it was. But loved the little stalls outside the Notre Dame area…from prints…to old postcards with messages written…to old books.. Records.  It’s the type of souvenirs I love collecting!

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Regina Ferreira Travels Paris for Printing Company

Regina Ferreira Reveals Travel Secrets from Paris

Petite Paris is a boutique B&B and private apartment service offering over 120 unique Paris homes all hand-selected for quality, style, warmth, location by professionals with over 15 years experience; as well as your guide and resource to the must see and must do’s in Paris. Visit our website  www.petiteparis.com.au for the full list of Paris apartments and more secret insider tips including our Paris City Guide ebook – 150 pages of  Paris tips and secrets.

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Where is your city?

Europe

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

The most Parisian thing you can do in Paris comes at little cost. Sit alongside the locals on the Seine banks near the Pont des Arts and make a feast out of some wine with local fresh gourmet treats you can pick up from boulangeires and epiceries (cheeses, cold meats, bread, olives, salads); while enjoying the sounds of the saxophonist on the seine and other street musicians that are always about. Dinner and music on a budget with the most beautiful night-time setting, the city of lights and the eiffel twinkling in the distance. For some free events and shows in Paris too pick up a copy of the guide ‘L’Officiel des Spectacles’ or ‘Pariscope’ at news kiosks for 0.40euro. Famous jazz club “Caveau de la Huchette (in the 5eme) is free entry Thursday to Saturdays. Finally some local restaurants offering free food with drinks and live traditional Gypsy Jazz (where you will be rubbing shoulders with more locals than tourists) include: Les Trois Freres (14 rue Leon) on thursdays after 9.30pm or La Cordonnerie (142 rue Saint Denis). Otherwise look for traditional little bistrots (the red checkered tablecloth types like Chez Gladines in the 13eme) for seriously delicious decent french fare for budget friendly prices.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

Le Comptoir de Relais in the 5eme for its Michellin award winning and delicious Contemporary French cuisine, it’s traditional and beautiful decor and old-world Parisian ambience, its authenticity – menus only in French and waiters speak only French, ideal setting for lunch and dinner and located on a perfect people watching bustling corner of Paris in the Odeon. It ticks all the boxes.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Sleep in to the sounds of the city and smells of the local boulangeries baking their goodies, have a coffee by my balcon, then head out to a favourite boulangeire for fresh baguette and pain au chocolat (Gontran or Delmontel Bakeries in Montmartre) and enjoy it in my local secret garden – a hidden park known only to locals who picnic and relax there, next to the famous Place du Tertre, behind Place Marcel Ayme. Paris has so many gardens and parks, some secret some not so, but all are tranquil and beautiful for a moment in the morning. OR I love to get up early (the opposite) and beat the crowds at Place Dauphine and Square du Vert Galant, one of the prettiest squares in Paris right on the Seine banks which is picturesque and so charming in the quiet morning.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

Square d’Ajaccio is a secret garden and park with amazing views of the eiffel tower near ‘Invalides’ in the 7eme. Hotel Particulier in Montmartre also has a gorgeous secret garden serving tea and cakes. It’s hard to see the entry but thats the appeal as it truly is a hidden flowering gem. Maison du Chou is a decadent pastry shop in the 6eme St Germain-des-Pres famous for its made-to-order cream filled puff pastries – a quiet square (near Musee Delacroix – another secret lesser-known but beautiful Paris spot/museum) and a quaint Patisserie known only to locals. Rue Crimieux in the 12eme is a secret street lined with colourful terraces resembling Londons Portobello Road. Chartier is a grand historic art deco style and budget friendly restaurant and a locals haven for amazing French fare – near the Opera Garnier and a great pre-show dinner spot!

Virginie Travels Paris for Printing Company

Virginie Reveals Travel Secrets from Paris

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Where is your city?

Europe

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Have a walk or ride a Velib (free bikes) ! It is really lovely to stroll from the Louvre Palace, gorgeous when  illuminated, and cross the river Seine, see Notre Dame, then head in Saint-Germain-des-Prés district…

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

I like a lot “Le Fumoir”, so well located : facing the “Cour carré du Louvre” and next to the “Saint-Germain l’Auxerrois” gothic church (1st district). It’s a nice place to have a cocktail and grab a bit late at night. Otherwise I’m crazy about Asian food and there is plenty in the 13e district, the Paris’ China town. Obviously, it is not the most Parisian typical experience!

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What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

Go to the sunday food marked and buy a lot of french cheese! After that, with the kids, we like to head to  the “International University Campus” (14th district), a truly unique site. More than 50 countries built their own student residence, mixing the national style of architecture and modernist design. There you can lay down on the lawn, have picnic, play football…

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

“On the left bank, there is several hidden gems in the famous 5th arrondissement:
– the “”Cluny Museum”” : medieval art housed in a 15th century abbey, including the famous “”Lady and the Unicorn”” tapestry,
– the “”Arènes de Lutèce””, an ancient Roman arena hidden rue Monge,
– the greenhouses of “”Jardin des Plantes””
– the teahouse of Paris’ Mosque, to have mint tea and sweets in the lovely courtyard ”

Anything else you want to add?

Thanks a lot for the opportunity for the “interview” (and apologies for my english, as I am a french native!). As I do believe sharing experiences is the best travel guide, I am writing lots of content about traveling as a family and traveling the world with kids. Check out my webiste for lots more!

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Hannah Cool Smooth Travels Paris for Printing Company

Hannah Cool Smooth Reveals Travel Secrets from Paris

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Where is your city?

Europe

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Simply walking around. Paris isn’t called a museum city for nothing.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

my most recently favorite restaurant is la petite table in the 3rd, the food is fresh and delicious, the desserts and the brunch are to die for and the setting is cosy and pretty –a bit on the expensive side but not too much.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

if you can wake up early, start with a morning run or walk and then go get brunch! 😉

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

you’ll find plenty of gorgeous spots by getting off the tourist track and exploring lesser known arrondissements like the 18-19-20

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Anthony Travels Paris for Printing Company

Anthony Reveals Travel Secrets from Paris

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Where is your city?

Europe

What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?

Once a year, in spring, leave the city at Saturday night or very early on Sunday morning and head North. Secure yourself a prime location on one of the cobbled sections on the route from Paris (or in fact Compiegne) to Roubaix.

What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?

No need for restaurants today. Take your own food and drinks, or just eat the local snacks available en route or in any village cafe. Related: If you’re in Paris for a conference or exposition, you might enjoy this Paris France Printing Shop.

What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?

So this is once per year, when the great professional cycling race Paris – Roubaix takes place. This year’s race is on Sunday April 12th. You’ve secured your spot next to one of the cobble stone sections. With you will be thousands of cycling mad fans with flags, cycle apparel of their favourite teams or wearing the colours of their country. The sun may shine, or it may rain (pack a rain coat or poncho if predictions are bad). That doesn’t matter. The worse the weather, the more heroic the race and your participation in it. Because where would Paris – Roubaix be without its fans, cheering and waving alongside the road getting hot or wet together with their heroes? And then? Then you wait. You chat, you drink, you eat, you get to know the weirdest people around you during all those hours before the cyclists finally pass. It’s part of the game, it’s part of the fun. The actual action you get to see is short, but it’s the climax you reach with all your fellow supporters after hours of warming up.

What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?

No gems here, but cobble stones! Thousands of them, or millions! And when those riders finally pass by, you’ll see why this race is called ‘The Hell of the North’. The cyclists face the cobble stones, either as a peloton or already butchered into small fragmented groups, lonely escapees and those desperately trying to cling on. And road bikes are not built to ride cobble stones. So they struggle, they fight, they fall and land awfully hard on the stones only to get back on their bikes and continue their torture.They bleed and are hurt but have only one goal in mind. When the moment is there, one or a few accelerate to jump away to victory. The rest tries to catch them, but Paris – Roubaix offers great opportunities for those who dare to jump. He who wins makes his career. Because winning the legendary Hell of The North automatically makes you a legend too. But for most of us, witnessing the race is as close as we can get..

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