How to Make Great Sightseeing Tour in Oslo, Norway

When visiting Norway, most of the tourists like to go at first to Visit the capital Oslo, by the way, it is beautiful city and from there they can find a several and different touring ways available to them, in the center of Oslo can find train terminal station and from there can start a tour out Oslo to other near or far cities.

If you changed your mind for going in a tour out the capital by bus, easily can move from the train station to bus terminal by small bridge conducts between each other, really when I saw that I liked the designs idea, why? because you do not lose much time, do not spend much money and can find everything beside, for sure transportations system inner and outer Oslo is planned by great and unique way I like it much, if you decided to make strolling around the city will have two choice one it is free, other will cost a little money, the free way it is strolling by foot and it needs only strong pair of shoes and cheap meal, during your walking in the center of Oslo will wonder when you notice most of those people walk beside you not all of them Norwegian as you imagine also they are a big number of tourists, will know that when come to your ear a different and strange languages, but be sure you will be happy because you feel as you walk between a wide international tourist groups, other way for make strolling around districts of Oslo it will be by bus, subway and tram of course to get them it needs to pay for a ticket, also we must not forget a double duck bus that it is available for tourists only in summer. So you can get this bus to make a tour at the famous places in the center of Oslo. All of these great nets of transportations can find it in 150 square meters no more. Can you imagine this system of transportations? really make a tourist moves from one place to another and find his destinations even without a map wow! also if a tourist lost his way can find help from Norwegian people that they are so cultured and hospitality, do you know? Norwegians dial with all nationalities by good way and from their habits must meet people with smiling face also what it makes dealing with them so simple and easy that they can speak English fluently because the English language is the second language in Norway after Norwegian language, so even if you asked a child about something by English you will get answer and help at once. When I visited Norway I liked a lot of things there and soon I will go again to Norway not only for visiting but also for living in this beautiful country.

Anantapur History & Sightseeing Places

There is a story behind every place and region. The same is true about Anantapur, which is the largest district in Andhra Pradesh state. You can find a lot of historic monuments in the region. Even today, it plays a great role in many ways. It’s popular for its silk trade. In this article, we are going to read more about sightseeing places in Anantapur. Read on to know more.

1. Penukonda

Ghangari is another name of Penukonda. This place has a lot of temples and around 365 of them are built in the name of Lord Hanuman. Actually, Penukonda is a fort built by Vira Virupanna. It’s around 70 kilometers from Anantapur and is quite popular for the stunning sculptures and architectural brilliance.

This fort is home to a lot of temples. Two of the most popular attractions of this fort are Babayya Darga and Gagan Mahal Palace. The former was built in 1575 AD and tells a lot about the lifestyle of King Krishna Devaraya.

2. Ravadurg Gooty Fort

In the 7th Century, Ravadurg Gooty Fort was built. It’s an ideal example of the amazing architecture of the past. In Andhra Pradesh, Gooty fort is on the list of oldest mountain forts. Built at an altitude of around 300m, it houses around 15 forts. Therefore, it’s known as the “King of Forts”.

Haider Ali conquered the fort. Later on, after the defeat of Tipu Sultan, it went into the custody of British. You can get a great view of the land below through a pavilion as well.

3. Thimmamma Marrimanu

Apart from other man made wonders, Anantapur is home to one of the greatest wonders of mother nature. And Thimmamma Marrimanu is one of them. This is the oldest banyan tree in South India. It is located around 100 kilometers from Anantapur and covers around 5 acres of land with its branches.

Actually, Thimmamma was a woman who offered her life to become sati after her husband passed away. Childless people believe that they will be blessed with a child after visiting this tree.

4. Dharmavaram

Dharmavaram is popular for silk and cotton sarees. It’s around 46km from Anantapur. And the good thing is that this place is visited by a lot of tourists from across the globe. Also silk sarees are exported to Germany, France and many other countries of the world. You can experience the architectural excellence of this place in Ramalingeswara Temple and Sri Lakshmi Chennakesava Swamy temple.

Actually, both of these temples feature amazingly carved pillars and sculptures. The pillars emit musical notes upon a strike.

5. Hemavathi

Hemavathi is important in history as an ancient place. In the 10th century, it was the Pallava Kings capital. In Andhra Pradesh, it’s one of the oldest forts.

Blossoming In Paris Through The Parisian Life

Being in Paris gives you a vibe of being stunning. Whether you are in an alley or on the main road or the pavement there are people with a vibe of elegance in them. Several cafes and restaurants would let you increase your appetite. It is the feel of being amidst history and modern fashion.

There are mysterious unknown places to discover like the Underground tunnels Catacombs with the impressions of world war two that has bones and skeletons aesthetically placed and its told that it has about 6 to 7 million peoples bones that were killed during the French revolution and has a look of a cemetery. You would have to wait in a line unless you get a golden ticket booked previously on skip the line tickets section online. It costs about 40 US dollars but the place is worth visiting. This place is 20 meters below ground with a 14 degrees temperature It was build in the 12th century with lime stones and gives you a feeling of being in a mine we need to be there with a local TOUR guide.

If anyone has the curiosity of where to find the best baguettes French bread and pastries in town or want to see the Maison Kaiser the award winning bread maker who serves bread to the president. You need to walk around the streets of Paris with a list of best bakeries.

Le Grenier a Pain is one of the best bakeries in Paris and it has received several awards. There is a boulangerie in every corner of the city.

Traffic here is moderate but we might feel a little noisy and crowded sometimes. There would be scooters and cars crossing each other from the alley and roads even though there are lanes. Overall, it is quite safe to cross the lanes through signals. There would be an electric pole where you get the red and green button to push which is for pedestrians and vehicles to stop and wait at a periodic time there are cafes around the corner where you can sip your latte with baguette and watch the people go by. Like a cherry on top, you would find a free WI-Fi around every restaurant and sitting areas so there would be loads of communication and uploading of videos and pictures with your friends.

Chateau de Versailles has a fireworks show that was previously banned. Louis the 14th the king of France loved to be called the king of the Sun so the palace is filled with equipment that look like a sun and even the garden can give you glimpses of it.
Living in Paris can cost you a fortune. Many people opt for very small rooms unless you are a billionaire and want to spend your bucks. Try asking the French citizens who have lived here for several years for a moderate living place because a big room or an apartment can cost you almost 300 to 400 Euros. It all depends on the facility and area. The Champs Elysee is the most expensive area where a room can cost you 105 Euros with a separated kitchen and a big bedroom. SO choose wisely. Find a youth hostel or Airbnb through websites like couch surfing and book your place there on prior basis.
Paris has loads of food varieties but obviously It is rich, it is colorful, it is tasty and is made with the best of ingredients.

You will get loads in variety but the best is French onion soup with raisin bread, steak, seaweeds French fries and falafel. There is this item called Crepes and Croissant. It comes in varied varieties like chocolate to almond. Going to the Latin Quarter, you would find items ranging from seafood duck breast fries sausages ham bacon eggs and simply stunning vegetables. You can have a 3-course meal menu with either ten or sixteen Euros option is yours. You would have your choice of salad French fries and ham or sausage. (Only if you are a non-vegetarian) Not to forget the Baguette and cheese that goes together with a cup of coffee this place resembles a lot to the Indian street food area where we enjoy our spicy treats. Do not forget to try the Chocolate Fondue specially the egg bean with vanilla cream. You can learn the recipe from your hosts. Cheese is what will melt your mouth with its flavor ranging from Parmesan to Mozzarella.