Although Brussels is an interesting destination to explore, the surrounding towns are a real challenge for the tourists arriving in Belgium. Just an hour away from Belgium’s capital, there are some of the real gems of this country which display magnificent architecture and rich history. During your stay, take day trips from Brussels and feel the real Belgium culture. Take a train or book a custom tour with a Brussels taxi provider, and get ready for a real adventure.
Ibiza is a synonym for hedonism and all-night partying. This sun-kissed island with the best parties in the world attracts millions of tourists every year. The main arrival point is the Ibiza international airport. It has a good connection with the rest of the island and depending on your destination, as well as, your schedule, you can choose public transport, airport taxis or Ibiza private taxi. Although each of these transportation options has its own pros and cons, we recommend booking an Ibiza private taxi prior your arrival. We made a list of 5 reasons why you should use Ibiza private taxi.
Paris is one of the most desired travel destinations in the world which will draw you instantly with its charm and intimacy. Although it’s a big city crowded with tourists, its quarters are like small villages inside the city with local shops and culture that were preserved over the years. Paris has plenty of activities to offer and attractions to visit, but the time is usually limited and a good plan is what you need before your trip. There’s no secret formula how to plan the perfect trip to Paris, but we prepared few tips which may come handy.
Milan is Italy’s financial powerhouse and the world’s capital of fashion. The first impression is that Milan is all about conducting business and making money, but you will be surprised by the city’s ability to surprise you with its striving cultural scene and historical heritage. Just between the skyscrapers and the grey buildings, there are many hidden gems which will change your perception about Milan forever. There’s nothing better than advice from a local expert, so we asked Giorgio, a taxi driver from our Milan taxi office to reveal some of the city’s best-kept secrets.
Fugen is a small, but classy, ski resort in Tyrol in the Austrian Alps and one of the first settlements in Ziller valley. This resort is rounded by massive mountain regions that provide Fugen with 39 ski pistes at all levels of difficulty. There are 177 different ski lifts and ski schools for beginners and children. The two main ski areas are Spieljoch and Hochfügen.
Fugen is becoming more and more popular ski destination because of its fast developing. One of the new attractions this period is the new thermal wellness bath where you can have fun and relax at the same time. It is suitable for everyone and it can re-charge the empty batteries by skiing or snowboarding.
Just less than two hours drive from Salzburg airport, Saalbach Hinterglemm is one of the most popular ski destinations in the last years. It is located in the Pinzgau region, east-west oriented with Zell Am See being the nearest large city, at around 30 minutes trip time. Despite having an average population of approximately 3000 residents during the year, this number increases significantly during the winter and summer season.
Morzine, together with Avoriaz, is part of the Portes du Soleil range that stretches across France and Switzerland. It is located in the Haute-Savoie department in the Rhône-Alpes region in eastern France. Morzine has become famous ski centre with hotels, restaurants and lift passes that cost less compared to the nearby communities and ski resorts like Courchevel and Meribel.
With an average population of around 3000 inhabitants, Morzine is a small, but lovely and vivacious village. The outstanding atmosphere makes it perfect for every nature lover and those who want to escape from the urban crowd. Traditional chalets made of wood are to be found everywhere through the village. The excellent weather conditions rebound the village to be visited throughout the whole year: in winter for its magnificent ski opportunities and in summer for its diversities of activities on fresh air.
The beautiful town in the Kitzbuhel Alps, St. Johann in Tirol is set in the Leukental valley and surrounded by the Kitzbuheler Horn and Wilder Kaiser range. Summer is the perfect time for hiking mountain biking while the ski pistes in winter are the top destination for skiers and snowboarders.
Ischgl, once a farming village, is one of Austria’s top ski resorts, located below one of Austria’s greatest and highest ski areas, and in the most snow reliable western corner of Tyrol – the Paznaun Valley. The main ski resort is located between 2,000 m and 2,872 m altitude and has one of the longest winter seasons in Austria, starting from the end of November until early May, offering great enjoyment for skiers and snowboarders of all ages and skills and breathtaking scenery.
Surrounded by the high mountains of the Pennine Alps, Zermatt lies at the southern end of the Matter Valley in Switzerland. Monte Rosa is the highest peak (4, 634 metres) and it is followed by the Dom, Lyskamm, Weisshorn and Matterhorn. Although all of them have their own distinguishable features, it is maybe Matterhorn (Toblerone Mountain) that has become the symbol of Zermatt. Its conical shape attracts people from all over the world, making Zermatt to be visited in every part of the year: in winter for its outstanding ski runs and in summer for its hiking opportunities. Geographically small, Zermatt has around three main streets around the river Matter Vispa. However, this small village is densely populated, especially during the winter season.