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Boat Tours

Boat Tours

Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt

Boat tours are another activity that kids seem to love because of the thrill that boat trips induce. Since Sharm El Sheikh location makes it accessible to several places in Egypt. If you’ve time, you can even take kids for a round trip of Egypt! Your kids will love it. Otherwise you can also take a boat tour to Cairo and show your kids the legendary Pyramids. They will surely be enthralled to see ...

Roman Amphitheater

Roman Amphitheater

Amman, Jordan

The amphitheater in downtown Amman is the most magnificent remnant of Amman's Roman past.  It was built around 170AD at the height of the Roman empire, when Amman was known as Philadelphia.  The capacity is upwards of 6,000.  Amphitheaters were the heart of Roman civic life.  Citizens would gather there to watch plays and discuss politics.  The Nymphaeum, an impressive Rom...

Hanuman Dhoka

Hanuman Dhoka

Kathmandu, Nepal

A small area within Dunbar Square, this place serves as the inner palace complex that was originally founded during the Licchavi period (4th to 8th centuries AD). The structure that stands today was constructed by King Pratap Malla in the 17th century. There are now ten chowks (courtyards) to explore here; cameras are allowed here but not within the buildings of the complex. The Hanuman Statue mar...

Grossmünster

Grossmünster

Zurich, Switzerland

Grossmünster, or 'Gross Monster' as it's lovingly referred to by English speakers, is Zurich's most important church and one of the city's most distinctive landmarks. The original church was supposedly commissioned by the Emperor Charlemagne himself.  It was also supposedly the burial place of Zurich's patron saints: Felix and Regula.  The present structure was built in the traditional G...