Jubilee Travel Blogs

10 Highlights of the Vatican Museums

06/30/2016 in Vatican City

The Vatican Museums are a must-see when visiting Rome. Together, they comprise approximately 9 miles of art. The types include statues, sculptures, and mosaics. With so much to offer, we decided to give you the top 10 highlights of the Vatican Museums.

The Sistine Chapel
The Sistine Chapel hosts two of the world’s exceptional masterpieces: Michelangelo’s ceiling frescoes (1508-1512) and...

12 of the most famous museums in Europe

05/24/2016 in Europe

So you are thinking its time you visited the much vaunted European museums? Good idea. You do not want to kick the bucket before you visit the likes of Louvre in Paris or St. Petersburg in Rome. Below is a list of the top 12 must visit museums in Europe, along with their addresses. Take a look;

1. Musée d'Art Moderne de...

G Adventures Adds Three New Travel Experiences to Help Empower Women

04/05/2016 in Anywhere

G Adventures has launched three new G Adventures for Good community development projects designed to support women in Belize, Morocco and Australia. The new social enterprise projects are being integrated into G Adventures’ itineraries, giving travelers access to three unique experiences:

  • Western Belize - G Adventures travelers will be invited to purchase handicrafts and try their hand at ancient pottery making techniques with a group...

10 Things you probably didn’t know about Nicaragua but should

03/17/2016 in Nicaragua

Feeling like a trip to Central America? Take it from me; you are better of starting at the top. If you cannot start at the top, Nicaragua will do. There is so much to learn and experience in Nicaragua that bypassing it will be a huge mistake. Below are a few things about the country to get you going.

1. Nicaragua...

11 Things you probably didn’t know about Mexico but should

03/17/2016 in Mexico

Below are small things about Mexico that you ought to know but don't. Make sure you memorize them...they will make your trip to Mexico much more enjoyable.

1. Mexico is officially known as United Mexican States.

2. Mexico sits on a whopping 2 million square kilometer surface area, making it the fifth largest in the Americas and the 13th largest in the...

10 Things you probably didn’t know about Venezuela but should

03/17/2016 in Venezuela

If you love nature, you would consider visiting Venezuela. That it is a biodiversity hotspot is not in doubt. You will have a time of your life exploring the jungles, the coastlines, the marine life and the cities. If you are considering spending your vacation in the country, make a point of learning a few things about it. Below is...

5 Must See Attractions for Art Lovers in Las Vegas

02/12/2016 in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is the entertainment capital of the United States. Whether you are looking for magic shows, live music entertainment, box office movies, good golfing experience, gambling casinos or even high-end escort girls and boys; this city will give you the best. Art lovers are not to be left behind either. There are hundreds of exhibitions organized to showcase talents...

Its Time You Explored The Historic Monuments Zone of Tlacotalpan

02/04/2016 in Gulf of Mexico

Tlacotalpan is located in the Coast of the Gulf of Mexico and is one of the most preserved Spanish colonial towns. Its urban landscape is based on a checkerboard or a grid pattern. It was built by the mid-16th century and features wide streets with lined colonnaded houses that reflect vernacular Caribbean tradition.

There are many mature trees in the city’s...

Petra's Most Spectacular and Unmissable Sights

02/05/2016 in Petra

Petra is a southern Jordan city that is famous for its historical architecture and water conduit system. It is also known as Rose city due to the color of the stone from which most of its buildings are carved out. The city was started in 312 BCE as the capital city of the Nabataeans.

Today, the city is a symbol of...

The Top 5 Restaurants in Toulouse, France

02/05/2016 in Toulouse

Toulouse is a city located on the southwest of France and is sometimes fondly referred to as the 'Pink City' due to the brick houses that turn pink during sunset. It is home to 630,000 residents and is the second university city of France with a big population of international students.

Thus said, Toulouse's gourmet dining segment is as active as...