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Villa Am Römerholz

Villa Am Römerholz

Zurich, Switzerland

Oskar Reinhart was an heir to Volkart Brothers, a Winterthur-based trading company focused on importing goods, specifically cotton, from India.  The entire Reinhart family were great lovers and collectors of art, but Oskar took it to another level.  In his lifetime, he collected more than 800 paintings by many of Europe's great masters. The best pieces in the collection, about 200 ...

Prague Castle

Prague Castle

Prague, Czech Republic

You cannot visit Prague without visiting its most famous landmark. Founded in the 9th century by Prince Bořivoj of the Premysl dynasty, the castle grew arbitrarily as subsequent rulers made new additions. All Czech rulers have had their residences at the castle except for the country’s first post-communist president who preferred the comforts of his own home. The castle now stands at almost seven ...

Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park

Nairobi, Kenya

On a visit to Nairobi, if one does not have the time for a Kenyan Safari, then a trip to this National Park will satisfy the urge to feel and see the wonders of the Safari. The Park is fenced on the Nairobi side but open from the other to allow all the game to come freely through it. It has trees, parks, water bodies, deep gorges and observation points, like the Impala point, from where one can s...

Manta Point, Baros

Manta Point, Baros

Maldives, Maldives

This is the smallest island in Maldives, without exaggeration one can walk around it in 15 minutes. Manta Point is a ‘tropical paradise’ and one of the best diving spots. It’s one of the best places in the world to see manta rays maneuver through the water around you. It’s a mesmerizing sight. They swim forward in flocks of four or five, some of them up to three metres across blocking out the sun....