LP Pathfinders: top articles from March 2017

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is really a marvel from all perspectives © Gaurung Bhatt / Lonely Planet

You Pathfinders never cease to amaze united states with all your adventures. Each month we’re spoilt for choice for amazing websites and March was no exclusion.

Take a look at well-trodden locations like Agra and Venice from a new angle; have pleasure in a delicious tipple in Czech Republic’s postcard-perfect wine region; set off the beaten track in brand new Plymouth, brand new Zealand; and fill out your Namibian travel itinerary with some stunning pit stops.

Just How To see the Taj Mahal from every angle – Audrey Bergner

We love this article serves a double purpose. Firstly as hack for seeing a vintage favourite from brand new perspectives, and as being a guide for checking out Agra – a city that typically acts, for some travellers, only as being a pit end for the Taj Mahal. Audrey’s gorgeous pictures and tips and tricks get this a very engaging post.

This writer and YouTuber has an insatiable situation of wanderlust. Follow her web log at thatbackpacker.com

Revelry and relaxation in Czech Republic’s wine region – Liz Villasenor

Forget Prague and pilsner, locate a totally new part of this Czech Republic in the shape of picturesque Southern Moravia. Here, amongst fairy-tale castles and rolling countryside, Liz extends to grips utilizing the neighborhood tipple and introduces us towards the idea of ‘wine cup necklaces’.(A hands-free ingesting receptacle?! Now that’s a savvy innovation.)

Liz’s MO would be to support you in finding the greatest approaches to take a break and luxuriate in life. Follow the woman weblog at littleholidays.net

Dropping in deep love with Brand New Plymouth, Taranaki – Dan James

Dan’s lighthearted and humourous tone get this to post a joy to see. We love that he combines an even more narrative approach having (extremely comprehensive) list-style guide to offer his readers the entire picture of New Plymouth – complimented by some lovely, large images – as well as manage to help them plan their journey.

This traveller is on a objective to generally meet as numerous faces around the world as you can. Follow his blog at danflyingsolo.com

Explore Venice in actions of Carlo Scarpa – Katia Waegemens

Architecture is this kind of important element of exploring a new place. Fascinating history and culture could be writ large even in the littlest information on buildings and monuments, so we’d to spotlight this piece by Katia which takes a have a look at Venice through the works of architect Carlo Scarpa. It’s always great to see travellers finding new approaches to explore well-travelled destinations.

Katia is enamoured with Venice since a household journey in 1987. Follow her weblog at theveniceinsider.com

13 fascinating places you don’t wish to miss in Namibia – Jurga Van Steenbergen

The very first thing that attracts you in are those gorgeous golden tints synonymous with Namibia’s wilderness landscapes. What follows is a fantastic post that takes you for a journey to find ancient stone carvings, incredible wildlife, breathtaking landscapes, ghost towns and where to get a slice of world-famous apple cake.

This writer loves to travel from the beaten track with all the current children in tow. Follow her weblog at fullsuitcase.com

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