Mexico
22 Feb
2017


Caribbean Sea

The location of this Mayan site is unique. Tulum perched on cliffs above the Caribbean Sea on the east coast of the Mexican peninsula of Yucatán. This once made the place a major commercial hub. In the 13th and 14th century, Tulum was one of the largest cities in Yucatán. Among the most famous buildings still preserved are the so-called “Temple of the Descendant God”, the “Temple ofthe Wind” and the frescoes. If you see the ruins of the settlement in front


Kitzbuhel
22 Feb
2017

Kitzbuhel

It’s all in one. Ski Resort, Shopping Mile, Prominententreff, World Class Ski Races, Gourmettetempel, Bilderbuchaltstadt. Kitzbühel is at the same time fashionable, traditional, decadent, petty, casual, homey, international, crowded, expensive.The Munich “suburb” in Tyrol (and in fact, in fact, part of Bavaria’s history) offers skiers not only 170 km of slopes and 56 romantic ski huts.

To 60 prepared runs lead 53 cableways and lifts (unfortunately not always the most modern). Very pleasant in this regard is that all valley lifts are free. This should look forward to beginners and re-entry, as well as parents who put their little ones on the boards. And it has also spread around the world.In November, Kitzbühel was voted the world’s best ski resort on the occasion of the “World Ski Awards”. The jury consisted of almost 1.5 million winter sports fans from 137 countries. The gloss of this label should be enough to light up to the end of the season at Easter 2016.


Tibetan Semo
22 Feb
2017

An impressive but admirable photo can be shot on the Tibetan Semo La at 5565 meters, the highest passable mountain pass in the world – even a weekly bus runs here. However, an entry permit to Tibet and a visa to China are obligatory for travel by air or Qinghai-Tibet train. Almost as high as the Semo La lies the mining village of La Rinconada in the Peruvian Andes, at 5100 meters it is thus the highest permanent city in the world.

Within the last few years the population has increased to 50,000 inhabitants thanks to the international demand for gold, but there is hardly any significant tourist infrastructure in the Minensiedlung. There is also the highest waterfall in the world, the Salto Ángel, in the national park Canaima in the southeast of Venezuela. The pilot Jimmie Angel had the 979 meters high and later named after him natural phenomena only 1933 again.

There has been little change since then: first by plane to the lagoon of Canaima, from there a one-day boat trip to the waterfall. Although located in the middle of the rainforest, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Venezuela.