2019年01月25日

trip to Tarragona is unmissable

  


  If Roman ruins are your thing then a day trip to Tarragona is unmissable. A simply fantastic amphitheatre still stands from nearly two millennia ago, overlooking the Mediterranean sea, whilst Roman walls and porticoes can also be admired ¨C as can a magnificent aqueduct if you¡¯re prepared to take a 4km jaunt out of town. It¡¯s not just relics from the time of Caesar and chums though, and Tarragona has a wonderful Gothic cathedral and a picturesque Old Town as well. The one minus point is that, in a catastrophic bit of town planning, the rail tracks cut off the city beach meaning you have to hot foot it around the station to get some sand. In other words go for the history/culture and not the sunbathing.

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  Getting There By Train


  Again train is the best way to go, and you can get there from Sants in 1.15-1.30 hours for less than 10 euros one way.


  Tarragona Day Tours


  Similar to Sitges, you can easily pop down to Tarragona by train, but given the unique Roman history of the town (it was more important than Barcelona back in the day!), a tour can help you make the most of a visit, as well as stop off at the all important aqueduct that is slightly out of town.


  1. Half Day Tour Tarragona


  The aqueduct, the forum, the amphitheatre and the circus, this Roman-themed tour is a snip at €78 and gets you back to Barcelona at a reasonable time. Runs every Weds, Fri and Sun, min. 2 people. Book via Get Your Guide Wonjoon CHUNG.


  2. Tarragona & Sitges private Tour


  Similar to the combo tour listed under ¡®Sitges¡¯, this excursion can be booked on demand and includes hotel pick up. It gets cheaper the more people you are, so a good option for families and larger groups. Book via Get Your Guide.


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2019年01月22日

Glacier Hike on Solheimajokull & Magical Northern Lights

  Tour Description


  Our adventure begins bright and early when we collect you from Reykjavik and make the scenic journey to Iceland's famous South Coast. We strongly recommend that you dress up warm and bring a camera, so you can immortalize the amazing things that you will see on the tour. As we drive towards the South Coast we will pass several amazing places, including a geothermal power plant and rustic agrarian countryside. Our friendly guide will tell us all about everything that we are seeing and will be delighted to answer any questions that you might have.

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  Tour itinerary


  Our first stop will be the dramatic Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, whose powerful circular torrent cascades 60 meters down into a valley below. There is a hidden cave located behind its curtain of water, allowing us to view this incredible natural wonder from a completely different perspective.


  From there we will head to our base camp at the foot of the S¨®lheimaj?kull Glacier, where our friendly guide will give us a quick safety briefing and gear you up with crampons, harnesses, ice-axes, and helmets. Then we will head out onto the glacier itself for an exhilarating experience that will take us across an ever-evolving icy landscape, replete with crevasses, ice-sculptures, and volcanic craters. The entire hike lasts for about an hour and will be on the S¨®lheimaj?kull Glacier that unfurls like a tongue from the larger Myrdalsj?kull Glacier, which covers the capricious Katla volcano, which is one of Iceland's most active. Our friendly guide will tell us all that we need to know about glaciers and how they have helped to craft Iceland and the wider world, ensuring an educational and fun experience that everyone is sure to enjoy.


  Our journey will then take us from the pristine white world of the glacier to the black sands of Reynisfjara Beach, whose dark volcanic landscape provides a stark contrast to the white-tipped waves of the Atlantic Ocean. Behind it are a series of dramatic basalt sea stacks, whose columnar shapes rise up against a craggy cliff face. They are highly photogenic and are a bit like the Giant's Causeway in Ireland.


  Our final stop will come at around twilight at the Skogafoss Waterfall, which is both incredibly beautiful and steeped in local legend. Its roaring cascade tumbles over a volcanic rockface into a teeming white pool below. There is a winding path on the hill next to it that offers a panoramic view over the falls and surrounding area. On our way up, we will see a couple of fascinating rock formations that local legend holds are petrified trolls who were turned to stone when they forgot about the dawn. Locals also believe that there is treasure hidden somewhere close to the cascade, although it can only be found by someone who was born at the nearby Skogar Farm and has been raised on horse milk and horsemeat, without ever hearing the name of God. Suffice to say no-one has yet fulfilled these stringent conditions, so the treasure remains there!

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  We will then return to Reykjavik and drop you off your Reykajvik accommodation at around 19:00.


  Northern Lights Tour


  We will pick you up at your Reykjavik accommodation at *21:30 (9:30 p.m.) for the second part of our adventure, which will take us in search of the ethereal light show that dance across the Arctic skies during the winter months. Known as the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis it has enchanted humans throughout the centuries and is widely considered to be the closest thing to the supernatural that it is possible to experience. The Auroras are a natural phenomenon and therefore impossible for us to guarantee that we will see them. Also, weather conditions play a massive part in us seeing this elusive miracle. However, our expert guides will take us to the locations that give us the best possible chance depending on the forecast and take us to locations that have no light pollution. We will arrive back in Reykjavik at around 00:00-01:00 depending on the conditions.


  Northern Lights


  There is nothing quite like seeing the Aurora Borealis dance, a heavenly light show that paints the sky with greens, purples, reds, and pinks, which dance across the sky and illuminate the surrounding area. Almost every place that experiences the Northern Lights associates them with the divine and Nordic religion is no different, believing that they are the fierce Valkyrie charging into battle in Valhalla. The experience is truly miraculous, and words cannot do it justice, but if we see them, it will inspire awe and wonder in equal measure.


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