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  • 7 Reasons Why You Should Book Your Next Holiday to Stockholm

    Stockholm, Sweden’s wonderful capital is one of Northern Europe’s most exciting destinations. Ethnically diverse, modern yet rich in history, dynamic and naturally stunning. Surrounded by a number of islands, Stockholm is a city that needs to be on every travel addict’s bucket list. The city is architecturally stunning. This city is incredibly clean, its public transport is superb, its setting by the water is picturesque, and its people are extremely friendly. Home to incredible attractions for visitors of all ages - UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Michelin starred restaurants, charming streets, scenic spots and everything else one could ask for when picking a holiday spot. Stockholm has definitely become one of the most popular tourist destinations across the globe! If the above reasons haven’t quite convinced you yet, we’ve listed 7 great reasons as to why the Scandinavian city needs to be the destination of your next vacation. By the end of it, we’re pretty sure you’ll be more than ready to pack your bags and head to Stockholm real soon! ;)   1. Gamla stan Picture Credit: What better way to understand Stockholm’s fascinating history than to visit the place it all began, back in 1252! One of our top reasons to visit Sweden; the city’s Old Town or Gamla stan houses some of Stockholm’s oldest buildings and streets, and also a number of points of interest that cannot be missed. This small island in the Stockholm Harbour is so incredibly magical, one visit and you’re sure to fall in love! The location of many of the city’s attractions, such as the Royal Palace; which is one of the largest palace’s in the world, Stockholm Cathedral; Sweden’s national cathedral, the Nobel Museum and Stortorget; known to be the oldest square in Stockholm, it is no surprise that this wonderfully preserved medieval city is so famous. The Old Town also has numerous note-worthy restaurants and cafés, and some great places to shop. Its labyrinth of narrow winding cobblestone streets and tiny alleys are meant to be explored, so be prepared to be pleasantly surprised every corner you turn! And when paying the Royal Palace a visit, don't miss the 40 minute long changing of the guard ceremony and parade!   2. Djurgården Picture Credit: Djurgården Island, in the heart of Stockholm, is unlike any other place in the area and is thus one of the city’s foremost attractions. This tranquil green oasis is a favourite spot amongst locals and tourists alike for all the diverse recreational opportunities it offers, and attracts millions of visitors every year for numerous reasons. Home to some of the city’s most famous museums and galleries, historical buildings and monuments, stunning green spaces and beautiful parks, great waterside walking paths, and even an amusement park. Djurgården is the ideal place to experience endless fun outdoors. The Vasa Museum, the Nordic Museum, the Skansen, Isbladskarret, Gröna Lund, and Junibacken in Djurgården, are just a few of its key attractions that will definitely complete your visit to Stockholm!   3. The Vasa Museum Picture Credit: Stockholm may be home to a plethora of historic buildings and museums, but one attraction you cannot leave without seeing is the sensational Vasa Museum. One of the most popular locations in Sweden, the Vasa Museum sees over a million visitors each year, and is known to have been visited by over 25 million people since its opening. The maritime museum is dedicated largely to its most prized possession, a national symbol that represents Sweden’s Great Power Period; the Vasa ship. The 17th century Swedish warship was built on the orders of the King of Sweden Gustavus Adolphus, and sank on its maiden voyage in 1628. Today, visitors come from across the world to see the impressive salvaged warship, to learn all about its Viking history and to take in the numerous models and exhibits focusing on it. Offering a unique Swedish experience, the Vasa Museum is a must-include in every visitors itinerary. Address: Galärvarvsvägen 14, 115 21 Stockholm, SwedenContact: +46 8-519 548 80Website:   4. Skansen Picture Credit: Founded in 1891, Stockholm’s Skansen is the oldest open-air museum in the world. The museum is one of the best ways to learn all about Swedish history and to meet some Nordic wildlife too! Visitors can expect to explore the history of Sweden and discover what the everyday lives of the Swedes was like, before our time. The museum is a miniature version of what Sweden was; with a collection of Scandinavian homes, historical buildings, and farms from all over the country. Visitors will even come across people dressed up in period attire, and numerous informative displays, and don't miss the opportunity to experience famous Swedish traditions, like Midsummer being celebrated here. There are also some great cafés and shops here, along with an aquarium, a zoo and a play area for children. Transporting visitors back to the past, the Skansen is said to attract over 1.3 million visitors each year. Address: Djurgårdsslätten 49-51, 115 21 Stockholm, SwedenContact: +46-8-442 82 00Website:   5. Östermalms Saluhall Picture Credit: If you’re a foodie, (and really, who isn’t!?) this one just might sell you on Stockholm and its magnificence! Östermalms Saluhall or Östermalm's Market Hall is one of the world’s best food halls and has been a premiere tourist attraction for over 130 years. The famed indoor food market is a great place to experience the best of Swedish cuisine. No matter what the weather is like outside, the market is always warm and cozy, and incredibly aromatic, making it the perfect place to go on a gastronomic adventure in Stockholm. It boasts numerous restaurants, cafés and food stalls, and while none of them are Halal certified, Muslim visitors will be able to find countless seafood and vegetarian dishes, free of alcohol, to sample. There are also a variety of packed Swedish items meant to be taken home, from lingonberry jam, to smoked fish, to a variety of salads and a selection of Swedish delicacies and treats. One of the best ways to really discover a place’s culture is through its food, and what better place to do that in Stockholm than at Östermalms Saluhall! Yum! Note: Although it has been reported to be permanently closed on Google, the Östermalm's Market Hall is still operating at a temporary place while the main building is under renovation. Address: Östermalmstorg, 114 42 Stockholm, SwedenWebsite:   6. Fika! Picture Credit: Fika is an important term in Sweden’s culture. With the basic meaning ‘to have coffee’, it is so significant to the Swedes that they choose not translate it. More than just having a cup of coffee, which is often accompanied by a sweet pastry, cake or Swedish treat, fika in Sweden is a way of life. It is a tradition that is enjoyed by its locals no matter at what time of the day, with friends or family, in a cosy café or even at home. Taking a fika break occurs numerous times a day, and it is therefore no surprise that the Swedes are actually some of the biggest coffee drinkers in the world! We don’t know about you, but boy would we like to partake in some fika! ;)   7. It has thousands of islands to discover! Picture Credit: StefanoRomagna, Stockholm’s 30,000 island archipelago cannot be described. From spectacular islands home to boutique hotels and posh communities to those uninhabited, to islands boasting stunning sandy beaches, and those covered in woodland; that spill into the Baltic Sea, and a variety of activities from kayaking to fishing and biking, the Stockholm archipelago is sure to keep visitors mesmerized for days! Just a 20 minute boat ride from the city, there is a whole new world waiting to be discovered! So what are you waiting for!? *Insider tip: If you’re staying in Stockholm for a few days and plan to explore the best of it, buy a Stockholm Pass. Not only will it give you access to a number of the city’s museums and attractions, but also its public transportation. The pass is also a great way to ensure you don’t spend hours standing in queues outside of the city’s top tourist spots; instead you get to skip the long lines and have longer to spend at the attraction itself! If you’re looking to enjoy a Halal holiday in Stockholm, there are in fact a few Halal restaurants and mosques. Due to the small Muslim community in Stockholm, finding these places won’t be easy, but will be possible. The HalalTrip Mobile app is therefore the best and most convenient way to find mosques and prayer places in Stockholm. Also with the help of the app, you will be able to find Halal food in Stockholm, as well as the city’s other must-visit attractions and more. Download the Halal Trip app to look for more Travel guides and attractions....

  • Freer Gallery Of Art: Bringing Art & History Together

    Main Image Credit: Freer Gallery of Art Named after the Detroit industrialist Charles Lang Freer, the Freer Gallery of Art has an international collection of Asian art and the largest collection of the artist, James McNeill Whistler. Picture Credit: Freer|Sackler The work of Whistler was quite influenced by Chinese ceramics and Japanese prints. Freer's interest in Asian art developed with his friendship with Whistler. In the year 1906, Freer donated about 7,500 paintings, sculptures and drawings to the Smithsonian and today the collection has grown to around 25,000 artifacts representing almost 6,000 years of exclusive art work. Picture Credit: Freer|Sackler The gallery was opened for public viewing in 1923 and was the first fine arts gallery under the banner of Smithsonian Institution. Apart from housing explicit Asian art work, the gallery also features exclusive work by 19th and 20th century American artists. The gallery features art work from all parts of Asia, ancient Egypt and the Islamic world. Picture Credit: Freer|Sackler At present the main highlight of the museum is the Peacock Room, a wonderful dining room that was painted by Whistler in the years 1876-77. The room is explicitly decorated in green and gold peacock theme. The artifact was bought by Freer in 1904 and was installed in the gallery later. Picture Credit: Freer|Sackler The Ancient Chinese Jades and Bronze are on permanent display and is one of the greatest treasures of Chinese art that can be seen outside China. An entire gallery has been dedicated to the magnificent views of the River Thames that were obtained from Whistler's residence and his beautiful artwork, "Nocturne" paintings. Picture Credit: Freer|Sackler The Religious Art of Japan has sculptures that include brilliant animations of Guardians of the Four Directions and a dignified image of a bodhisattva. In the exhibit Arts of the Indian Subcontinent and the Himalayas you can view exclusive Buddhist, Hindu Jain, and Islamic artifacts. There is also an exhibit on elegant Korean Ceramics. The Freer Gallery of Art is located at the southern side of the National Mall complex and is open from 10:00 AM to 5:30 PM every day except on Christmas (December 25). The Freer Gallery of Art is connected by an underground exhibition space to the adjoining Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. There are a few halal-friendly restaurants within close reach of the National Mall where visitors can dine....

  • Family Holidays - The Best 10 Family Travel Destinations for 2016

    Make 2016 unforgettable by taking your family on their best holiday yet! Whether you’re after a relaxing time at the beach, an action-packed getaway or anything in between, we’ve put together a list of destinations that offer attractions and activities that are sure to keep everyone busy and happy. . 1. Family Holiday Destination - United Arab Emirates Yup, we’re pretty sure you’re not surprised to see the United Arab Emirates, or the UAE, in the top family spot. Consisting of 7 Emirates; all of which are unique and worthy of a visit in their own right, the UAE is a destination that is pretty much on every traveler’s bucket list, and a family holiday haven. While the Emirates of Sharjah, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al-Khaimah and Umm al-Quwain are fantastic destinations, the UAE’s capital; Abu Dhabi, is more visited as it is home to world-renowned attractions like Ferrari World, Yas Island and the spectacular Sheikh Zayed Mosque. The city of Dubai is however the most popular, and has become one of the top travel destinations in the world. Your family is sure to love everything about Dubai. From its gigantic indoor aquarium, to a spectacular indoor snow park, to its beautiful white sand beaches, world-class shopping malls and restaurants, grand mosques, huge water and theme parks, and numerous other family-friendly indoor and outdoor attractions, Dubai offers something for the entire family. . 2. Family Holiday Destination - Denmark Denmark is known to be one of the safest and best family holiday destinations in the world. Surrounded by beaches and understated landscapes, and home to world-renowned attractions such as LEGOLAND, Tivoli Gardens, Christiansborg Palace, the statue of the Little Mermaid and the Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark offers exciting outdoor adventures and unique experiences, to suit every taste and interest. Jam-packed with things to do, the hardest part of planning a trip to Denmark will be deciding what to do first! . 3. Family Holiday Destination - Singapore Singapore’s lively atmosphere, world-renowned attractions, cultural diversity and incredible cleanliness have made it THE place to be in 2016. One of Asia’s most modern cities, Singapore offers visitors an experience of a lifetime. With attractions like Sentosa Island, the Singapore Zoo, Universal Studios Singapore, Gardens by the Bay and Jurong Bird Park; all of which have something for guests of all ages, we promise, you’ll have just as much fun in Singapore with the kids in tow! . 4. Family Holiday Destination - Australia Australia is known to be one of the world’s most popular family destinations, and deservedly so. It is the land of dreams, a nature lover’s paradise, and a thrill-seekers haven, it is culturally diverse, home to beaches that look like they’ve been airbrushed, an array of unique wildlife, spectacular natural attractions - on land and underwater, and equally impressive man-made ones, a mixture of environments and thousands of beautiful islands. A country built for exploration, we can guarantee that there is no way you’ll be able to see and experience all of Australia in just one visit, or two..or even three! . 5. Family Holiday Destination - Canada Canada is probably not a destination that comes to mind when thinking of a family and child-friendly travel hot-spot, but its picture-perfect landscapes and natural landmarks, captivating cultures, famous historic sites, lively, modern cities and kid-friendly atmosphere make it ideal for a family getaway. Explore the landscapes of breathtaking Alberta, practice your French in Québec City, eat the freshest seafood in Nova Scotia, learn about Canada’s heritage in Ottawa, discover world-famous landmarks in multi-cultural Toronto, and ski to your heart’s content in the premier ski destination of Whistler! . 6. Family Holiday Destination - Malaysia From towering sky scrapers to mountains covered in greenery to pristine white-sand beaches, Malaysia has it all! Featuring a rich mix of cultures, vibrant cities, enormous shopping malls and bustling street markets, an outstanding selection of food from around the world, astounding natural beauty and charming people, Malaysia has something for everyone. If you want to spend your family holiday outdoors, head to one of Sarawak’s national parks, or if your family prefers to shop, Kuala Lumpur is where you need to be. Penang; famous for its exquisite beaches, is perfect for those looking to relax and catch some sun, and for a cultural experience like no other, visit Malacca! . 7. Family Holiday Destination - Hong Kong A melting spot of east and west, Hong Kong is known for its vibrant cultural scene, is a famed shoppers' paradise, and is Asia's top culinary capital. Found amongst the skyscraper filled city are modern shopping malls and ancient temples and attractions that will get you hooked no matter how many times you’ve visited. From adrenaline pumping outdoor pursuits to rich wildlife and beautiful natural heritage, to shopping at a bustling street market, to magical adventures at the iconic Disneyland, Hong Kong offers it all! . 8. Family Holiday Destination - Switzerland Switzerland is a country of untold natural beauty and picture-perfect vistas, ancient castles and palaces, a combination of ancient and modern architecture, sleek cities, quaint traditions and uncountable attractions for young and old. If your family wants to spend their holiday outdoors, breathing in the clean, crisp air, you’ll be pleased to know that Switzerland offers the best of the best - from hiking and biking to skiing, mountain climbing and snowboarding. If shopping or sightseeing, or even museum hopping is more your scene, you’ll be able to experience it all in Switzerland! . 9. Family Holiday Destination - New Zealand New Zealand is the ultimate escape for those seeking a break from their busy city lives. Featuring dramatic scenery and pure, untouched landscapes, lush forests, postcard-perfect beaches, majestic, snowcapped mountains and a modge podge of fascinating cultures, New Zealand is a destination that always offers something new and exciting. With attractions and activities that are sure to awaken the inner explorer in every member of your family, New Zealand definitely deserves to be in our list of the best family destinations for 2016! . 10. Family Holiday Destination - Qatar Whether it's your first visit or your 20th to Qatar, its bustling cities, mixture of cultures, fascinating heritage and traditions, divine food, great shopping and numerous family-friendly attractions will make you want to go back for more! Laced with natural splendor, and filled with unique sights and experiences, Qatar is a dynamic destination that will help you make unforgettable memories with your family. . Check out more of HalalTrip’s Best 10 lists of 2016 here! . ...

  • Rocky Mountaineer Vacations Canada

    The Rocky Mountaineer is a Canada based travel company that offers 45 exclusive vacation packages across Canada The Rocky Mountaineer offers four different rail routes that take visitors across historic and natural wonders through Alberta and British Columbia. The travel packages vary from 25 days to 2 days. The Rocky Mountaineer train travels across the best sceneries of Western Canada and the Canadian Rockies, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Itinerary: The Rocky Mountaineer Vacations offer different itineraries that you can choose from. There are numerous Canadian Rocky Mountain Routes that you can choose from. Circle Rail Route: Taking this route will let you experience some of the most popular rail routes. This is one of the best routes to see the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Banff and Jasper, Lake Louise and Whistler. First Passage to the West: This route takes you through the historic rail route and the famous Spiral Tunnels. This rail service holds a lot of importance in Canadian history and also takes you across the Continental Divide. Journey through the Clouds: This route takes you through some of the wonders of Western Canada. The route follows the Fraser River route and takes you across the Coastal Mountain Range and the Fraser Canyon. Rainforest to Gold Rush: This rail route traverses the coastal rainforest and the Fraser Canyon into the Cariboo Plateau. The rail route ends in the Canadian Rockies. Coast to Coast: Explore Canada from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. There are also Rail and Cruise, Rail and Drive packages available where rail journeys and cruises and road rides are combined to take visitors to some of the best destinations of Canada. The Whistler Route is excellent to enjoy incredible views between Vancouver and Whistler. This three and half hour journey traverses through Howe Sound and the Cheakamus Canyon and crosses the snow-capped peaks of the Tantalus Mountains, finally arriving at the Whistler Village. Rocky Mountaineer also offers a number of City Excursions. These itineraries allow you to explore the Canadian cities thoroughly. You can opt for a guided tour of the attractions or pick an adventure tour. Accommodation: There are three types of accommodations that guests can choose from, namely the Red Leaf Service, Silver Leaf Service and the Gold Leaf Service. The Red Leaf Service offers comfortable reclining seats and meals (not Halal) at your seat so that you do not miss out on any scenery. The Silver Leaf Service offers single-level; glass domed coaches so that you can enjoy the best scenes. The Gold Leaf Service presents two level, glass-domed coaches where you can enjoy exclusive vistas from the upper coach and relish delicious meals at the lower level. There are several offers under each of the Rocky Mountaineer Vacation packages that visitors can choose from. For up-to-date information on the offers and packages please visit the official website.   ...

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