Author: travelburp Taste the Travel

Emirates Airbus A380 Business Class Experience

Travelling business/premium class in any mode of transport in itself is relaxing and when experienced in Airbus A380-800 with added Emirates hospitality – it’s altogether a different experience. Last month, we travelled on Emirates Business Class from Copenhagen to Bangalore with a transit in Dubai. It was an Airbus A380-800 from Copenhagen to Dubai (flight duration: 6 hours 25 […]

Day trip from Riga to Sigulda (Turaida Castle)

Sigulda, the Switzerland of Latvia, is a small beautiful town around 53 kms East of Riga providing opportunities for indulging in culture & wild nature showcasing the Latvia’s true beauty and serving as a perfect destination for a day trip from Riga to escape the city’s hustle and bustle. We took the bus at around 10:15 from Riga central […]

Exploring Riga’s Old Town

Riga, the capital of Latvia, is the most famous city in the Baltic region and is commonly known as the party capital with immense pub culture. It’s a city which packs UNESCO listed historical Old town center (just like Vilnius), the famous Black Balsam and which as per the legend, is a city that is not yet completely built (or […]

Vilnius Travel Diary

Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania with a remarkable, cosy & UNESCO Heritage listed Old Town center, which is furrowed with alleys & streets, with breathtaking architecture & museums together with preserved historic environment. The city is divided by river Vilnia, with North being modern with skyscrapers and high rise apartments and in South it’s the sight of […]

Ærø & Odense Cost Sheet – August’15

Ærø, in the Southern Region of Denmark is a great small island. Our trip back in Aug’15 was a perfect example of how diverse Denmark is! It’s one of the not-to-be missed destination for anyone visiting Denmark. We travelled from Copenhagen and the most common route was: train from Copenhagen to Nyborg, then bus to Svendborg and finally ferry to […]

Lovely Ærø

A place where one can just get out without locking his/her house, without putting a lock in the cycle or even go out without switching off the car engine. Yes, that’s possible in Ærø [combination of Ær(maple) and Ø (island)] – a small Danish island, located in South of Funen Archipelago and only 30 kms long and 8 kms wide. […]

Town hopping in Exotic Bornholm

A gorgeous island with spectacular landscapes, with a mix of beaches, rifts, fine-grained sand, cliffs, large rocks & forest, whose interior is partly wooded and partly heath, with breathtaking steep cliffs and sea stacks on the north & sand dunes and fine long beaches on the south east and western fringes. An island located far in the Baltic Sea from Denmark’s mainland & […]

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