Buenos Aires Travel Video Guide

Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, is said to be the most European city inSouth America with buildings that are reminiscent of bygone times, with melancholy, romance and Latin flair is a part of daily life as well as a passion for steak, tango and football! The mighty Plaza de Mayo is the historic heart of the city and the pink façade of the Casa Rosada shines brightly, the Presidential palace from...

Quito Travel Video Guide

Quito, otherwise known as the ‘divine city’, is the capital of Ecuador. It is a Spanish colonial city and Baroque gem surrounded by volcanic mountains, its historic centre having been built on the ruins of an Inca city. La Basilica is situated on a northern hill and is one of the city’s most monumental buildings measuring a hundred and forty metres long and thirty five metres wide....

Helsinki Travel Video Guide

Helsinki, the Daughter of the Baltic, the Gibraltar of the North, a dividing line between east and west and a modern and liberal minded metropolis. Founded in 1550 by Swedish king Gustav I as a as a trading centre and in 1812, Csar Alexander I made it the capital of the Principality of Finland. The Senaatintori is located in the centre of the city. The square is dominated by a monument and surrounded...

Hongkong Travel Video Guide

Hong Kong is a city of the superlative with glimmering skyscrapers that seem to take root in the sky and one elegant building after another with shining glass and hi-tech facades. Around 150 years ago, Hong Kong Island was under British Colonial rule and today, only a few buildings of this period remain. The white Flagstaff House, former residence of the colony’s British military commander, contains...

Zanzibar Travel Video Guide

Zanzibar is a paradise-like island just off the Tanzanian coast. An island of spice and exotic aromas, sultans’ palaces, harems, shining white beaches and fiery red sunsets. The ancient oriental city of Zanzibar derived its name from its many old stone buildings. Charming and mysterious, they have witnessed much of the island’s dramatic past and the tangled architecture of coral stone and...

Montréal Travel Video Guide

Canada’s second largest city, Montreal is a fascinating blend of European charm and the American way of life. In Vieux-Montreal, narrow lanes and small houses recall the past and also the lifestyle of the original settlers. In the old fire station at Place d’Youville – one of the oldest markets in Montreal — is the Centre d’Histoire in which the 350 year cultural history...

Kuala Lumpur Travel Video Guide

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s modern capital city, is relatively young. It originated in the middle of the 19th century at the junction of the Gombak and Kelang Rivers. The Petronas Twin Towers are one of the city’s main landmarks. Each tower is 452 metres tall connected by a breathtaking bridge. The façade of this unique architectural gem is particularly splendid in bright sunlight or when...

Nice Travel Video Guide

Nice is the Côte d’Azur’s fascinating and colorful city located on the curve of Angel Bay, a metropolis that has lost little of its turn of the century charm. It is also a place of contrast with all the pulsating life of an international city mixed with the rich Mediterranean flair of the south. The magnificent Promenade Des Anglais was named after the resort’s former large contingent...

Voyager Of The Seas Travel Video Guide

The Royal Caribbean’s, Voyager Of The Seas, is the largest cruise ship in the world, a fantastic floating hotel that accommodates 5,000 passenger

Marrakesh Travel Video Guide

Marrakesh, the ‘red pearl’ of Morocco was founded by Yusuf ibn Tashfin in 1062. It is one of the country’s four Royal Cities. Up to the beginning of the 20th century, the city was a trading centre for both the north of Morocco and the Sahara and the monarchs of various dynasties made Marrakesh their capital city. The large souks of Marrakesh’s Medina are divided into numerous...