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The Finnish Archipelago Sea is the largest archipelago in the world consisted of about 50,000 islands and we are still trying to figure out why this place is just now being recognized. This Archipelago is found in the Baltic Sea and lies between the Gulf of Bothnia, the Gulf of Finland, and the Sea of Aland. According to the Finnish ‘Everyman’s Right,’ as long as you aren’t disturbing anyone by with your activities, then you are free to do what ever you please with a few rules, of course. The mere fact that most of these islands are not occupied gives a new sense of adventure for those who are up for this kind of wilderness. Also, the low salinity of the Baltic Sea makes it much more enjoyable to swim in. If you’re looking for a brand new adventure that you’ve never experienced before, I suggest you plan a trip to the Finnish Archipelago Sea to check it out!
Valletta is the tiny capital of the island nation of Malta in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea in between Sicilia and Tunisia. At first glance, Valletta looks like it’s a relic island with a fortress and with some old paintings but there is so much more! For starters you’re in paradise! This trio of islands situated in the middle of the Mediterranean means one thing: you’re surrounded by beautiful turquoise blue waters at all times. Secondly, this UNESCO World Heritage site that dates back to 1565 means that this is one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world. Its fusion of North African and Mediterranean cultures creates a vibrant Carnival which is held annually in February. If you’re here in June be sure to check out the Malta International Arts Festival and Valletta Film Festival.
Oslo is one of Europe’s fastest growing cities currently and is Norway’s metropolitan capital for it’s architecture, museums, restaurants, and shopping scenes. Oslo’s popularity has only just begun as they have just been named the European Green Capital for 2019 due to their persistence of conserving natural areas and pollution reduction. This spectacular city of Norway is only getting better with time throughout their dedication to expand across many levels of life. Also, this year is the 50th wedding anniversary of King Harald and Queen Sonja and there is a huge celebration planned. This reason, along with its exploding nightlife and architectural sightseeing, Oslo’s fresh air should be in your near future travel plans!
When you think of visiting Germany, I’m sure Bayreuth isn’t towards the top of that list. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, Germany does offer a lot, but we’re here to change that. Bayreuth is a music town with roots dating back to the 12th century. Here you will find two of the world’s most famous opera houses, The Bayreuth Festspielhaus and the Margravial Opera House, which also is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Margravial was built in the mid 1700’s and has been under refurbishment since 2012 but as it turns out the opera house is opening back up this April for the first time in 6 years so now is your chance to see a truly remarkable restoration whether opera is your thing or not. These opera houses have such importance in influence in the area that there is a massive opera festival held here annually. The Wagner Fest, named after 19th century German composer Richard Wagner, hold performances of his original compositions for 60,000 fans who attend annually.