Speaking of Iceland, you must not miss the special Icelandic Horse. Those horses were introduced by the Vikings to Iceland over 1,000 years ago, and those horses had never mixed with other types of horses since then. When you tried introducing different types of horses from far away, it was not easy at all. Someone tried breeding this type of horses with other horses and h...
Speaking of the cathedrals in Helsinki, there are three of them that you must visit.  2. Temppeliaukio Church We have just introduced the Helsingin Tuomiokirkko, and now we will introduce another special church called Temppeliaukio Church or the Rock Church. The local citizens are very proud of this church and yet it has only a history of 40 years. Apart from the tr...
The Mercato Centrale is a popular spot in town. It is just 5 – 10 minutes walk from the Florence Cathedral and the Central Station. Therefore it can be accessed conveniently. The main structure of the building was built in the 19th century and is 2 levels tall. The first level mainly sells dry goods, fruits and vegetables, spices, meat products; and the second level is...
Mizunagaya is a famous water village. The river was built 400 years ago and has the function of protecting the city, drainage as well as water purification. Due to the excellent design, the river is still maintained well today. You can take the sightseeing boat and surf on the river. The tour guide will provide the rich history of the river to you and the total time re...
The Atera River Valley is located in the Kiso area and it is just located about 30 minutes drive from the Tsumagojuku. The valley is naturally created and did not suffer any pollution. There is a rumor saying that using the water from the lake will help to keep your skin smooth.  In spring, there are many trees with green leaves and those leaves will turn into red ...
Bergen is an important commercial and trading city along the Norway coastline. It was also the capital of Norway until the 13th century. The most prosperous area was near the pier, with one side being the fish market and the other side is the Bryggen – a series of wooden houses which had been named World's Heritage by the United Nations. The meaning of "Bryggen" is "p...
Lampyridae releases light energy and therefore is called firefly, and it is a famous "free of charge natural souvenirs" of the Okayama Prefecture. You will see tens of thousands of fireflies flying around the area of the Tenno Yahaha Shrine within 2 weeks of July 10 each year, and thus resulting in an excellent scene. Please take note that there are specified areas for enj...
Speaking of the cathedrals in Helsinki, there are three of them that you must visit.  1. Helsingin Tuomiokirkko This church is the main cathedral situated next to the Helsinki University. It was built in Russian architectural style in 1852 and the exterior is mainly white in color. The church has a large dome shaped roof in the middle with four small domes on the s...
Piazzale Michelangelo was built in 1869. The plaza is an open space and in the middle, you can find a bronze statute. You may find the square to be a bit underwhelming. However from there, you can enjoy excellent view of the city of Florence due to its height. You will find that all buildings in Florence all have red roof. The few more spectacular structure include...
Seongsan Ilchulbong is a small volcano on the Jeju Island of Korea. It has been classified by UNESCO as World Heritage. The area was formed as a result of the eruption of the volcano under the water and is one of the most intact volcanos that is located under the sea. Traveling to and from the area takes approximately 1 hour each year and when you walk towards the top of t...