History & Culture
Travellizy team
6 October 2019 / 4 minutes to read
Sweet November. New Wine Festival in France
French streets are filled with music and laughter, almost every restaurant has a festive atmosphere, and a glass of young wine is served for free. Beaujolais Nouveau Day is celebrated in France. Beaujolais Nouveau is a celebration of young French wine made from the Gamay grape. The holiday lasts several days, during which it is customary to taste young wine. By tradition, it takes place every third Thursday of November. In 2019, Beaujolais Nouveau Day falls on November 21.
History & Culture
Travellizy team
26 September 2019 / 5 minutes to read
How to go back in time and visit three cities of northern Holland in one day
Holland is a country with developed modern transport. But we are not going to tell you about it now. We will show how you can travel back in time 150 years just in one day and find out at what speeds our ancestors moved with. Take an unforgettable journey with Travellizy!
History & Culture
Travellizy team
3 September 2019 / 5 minutes to read
Halloween: let's fly to Europe for the most creepy holiday of the year
The Internet is already full of news about the most terrible parties and events. Ghosts and zombies pick up their terrifying looks and are ready to scare you to goosebumps. Welcome to the horror holiday called Halloween. Travellizy will tell you, where October 31 will be truly creepy.
History & Culture
Travellizy team
17 April 2019 / 3 minutes to read
10 Reasons Why Notre Dame de Paris Should Be Definitely Restored
Last night, a fire occurred in one of the greatest human creations - Notre-Dame de Paris. Quickly spreading through the scaffolding that surrounded the building, it spread to the spire and the famous clock. The moment the spire collapsed made people around the world shudder.
History & Culture
Travellizy Team
14 November 2018 / 6 minutes to read
History and Origin of Thanksgiving Day
History and Origin of Thanksgiving DayThanksgiving is one of the most popular holidays associated with the USA worldwide and with good reason. Many people look forward to it all year as it is a time when families gather around the same table, enjoy a good wholesome meal and get a chance to bond with each other.
History & Culture
Travellizy Team
13 November 2018 / 7 minutes to read
The quirky country... Japan
I no naka no kawazu, taikai wo sirazu...Huh! Contrary to what’s going in your mind, it’s not some gibberish. Rather, it’s the common Japanese phrase translating into, “a frog in a well never knows the vast ocean”.
History & Culture
Travellizy Team
9 October 2018 / 6 minutes to read
How to Celebrate Oktoberfest like Bavarian
One of the most famous world festivals, Oktoberfest is not only a great opportunity for drinking lots of beers, but also to get in touch with the local Bavarian traditions. The South of Germany is worldwide known for its specific history and culture, therefore, you can easily use your time in Munich for the duration of the festival - the second half of September and the first week of October, to better get to know this important slice of German history.
History & Culture
Travellizy Team
3 September 2018 / 8 minutes to read
Travelling and the Idiosyncrasies of Neighbouring Cultures
When we travel we do so for many different reasons, to relax in a better climate, to frolic in the sea and to experience other lands and cultures.
History & CulturePlaces
Travellizy Team
30 August 2018 / 4 minutes to read
Not a Town or a Village, Just Goodwood
Nestled in the South Downs of West Sussex is the magnificent Goodwood Estate. This place is not a town or a village itself, yet it brings together a multitude of events known worldwide. The Cathedral city of Chichester on the south coast of England is its nearest recognisable population of significance. If you have not heard of Glorious Goodwood or the Festival of Speed or the Vintage Car Revival 3-day event or the famous historical motor circuit, then you are truly in for a treat.