Surviving Dehli

Welcome to the beautiful metropolis of Delhi – a city where ancient monuments can be seen on every corner, where you can find great shopping and the latest designer goods, and some of the largest slums in the country. We love to hate him but he would not live anywhere else. Delhi is the second largest metropolitan in India, second to Mumbai. That has spread in all directions, limited in all directions, bordered on one side by the state of Haryana and on the other side of the largest Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. The state of Rajasthan and Punjab are just two steps. Delhi can be overwhelming for first-time visitor. There is so much traffic, a large amount of dirt and the summer months can be very difficult. But if you are prepared and armed with the latest information, which does not seem so daunting. But before reaching the city for any purpose, there are many things that have to be ready for a trip without problems. The first thing that leaps to mind is the accommodation, but if you are in the city of Delhi does not have to worry about the housing section, because the city has plenty of hotels. Ranging from 5 star hotels in New Delhi budget properties, a number of hotels in New Delhi for all budgets. But if luxury is your taste, luxury hotels in New Delhi is the best bet. Most luxury hotels in Delhi are concentrated in southern and central areas of Delhi and these are placed in a favorable location with easy access to the airport, railway station, business and shopping districts and diplomatic enclaves . Speaking of the luxury hotels of New Delhi hotels offer the best options in life, with the best restaurants, bars, health clubs and most exclusive nightclubs. As a result, the high society of the city, used to entertain, be seen and lavish parties to celebrate the wedding, cocoon from the outside world, the prices here are among the highest in India. Here are some of the best 5 star hotels in New Delhi, which usually appears in the map of New Delhi. * Hotel Hyatt It is a smart, stylish and not too impetuous, with all the comforts of this famous chain. Excellent for eating, a gym and health center, in the best pub in the city, makes a luxurious Hyatt Hotel 5-star hotel in New Delhi. * Claridges An elegant facade thirties style marble lobby leads to the old Delhi, and the best setting. Facilities such as tennis courts, restaurants and a pool. * ITC Maurya Very luxurious with a variety of individually designed luxury rooms, a selection of good restaurants and a happening nightclub. * Taj Mahal The Taj Palace Hotel in New Delhi also known as Taj Man Singh, is a colorful and luxurious in the style typical of the great groups of the Taj, with an impressive marble lobby and chandeliers, and an excellent selection of restaurants. * Oberoi One of the first of Delhi in the league and management to maintain quality without being strong and fearless. Opulent and luxurious, this hotel in New Delhi is highly recommended if you can afford.

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France pays tribute to Santiago

France has decided to pay tribute to Santiago, a fantastic place to travel to. The reason for this is the intense work of a company called The Grenouille, a travel agency focused on getting more international visitors into France. The result is a restrospective about Santiago in The Louvre, an exposition truly worth seeing. ln 1541 Pedro de Valdiva founded Santiago on an easily defended rocky island, called Huelen Hill. Here the Mapocho River divides around the island before rejoining further downstream to fiow across a wide plain at the foot of the Andes, which form a stunning backdrop to the city. Santiago’s climate is mild, almost Mediterranean, and summer lasts from November to May. During winter, however, Chile’s capital suffers from smog, as it is trapped between the Andes and the Pacific. Santiago is a city in which there is much to do and many places to explore, from quiet cobbled plazas in which to linger over coffee and snacks, to busy shopping arcades. It is a city where old colonial architecture stands amidst stunning modern skyscrapers. There is probably no better place to start your exploration of Santiago than the Centro Historico, the action-packed heart of the city. In the cultural centre on the south bank of the Rio Mapocha there are art shows, concerts, an annual book fair and cafés, and in the arty Lastarria district there are several good museums, theatres and bookshops as well as the romantic Cerro Santa Lucia, a former Spanish fortification which is now a hilly and labyrinthine public garden. Your next stop might be the Iglesia de San Francisco, with a good collection of macabre religious art and baroque paintings and the 19th century Republica is worth a look too. For something completely different, try the Barrio Brasil, with its cutting edge underground arts events, galleries and music venues. If it’s shopping that attracts you, the eastern areas of the city, Santiago Oriente, Victacura, Providencia and Las Condes, offer designer shopping, fine gastronomy and a busy night life on wide boulevards. Or for more traditional purchases there is the Mercado Central, Santiago’s legendary Wholesale market. This is a remarkable exhibition, about the history of the city, and one can only admire the talent and persuasion of the event agency in France that has made this possible (follow the link for their contact).

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It’s about destinations and experiences

This blog has been left empty for a while as words did not find the time and envy to reach this page. Let’s change things a bit. Incoming Agency. What a weird title. What is that… An incoming agency is usually a travel or corporate term designating a company who is in charge of welcoming other companies in their own country. It is therefore incoming… So i will work on welcoming you to various destinations, travels, activities, foods, and other experiences that i found are intersting for me, so maybe for you too. Enjoy the reading, the videos and the pics.

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