Mount Dora, FL (PRWEB) January 5, 2009
New European travel planning blog, TheEuroTraveler.com, launched in October with recounts of trips to exciting European cities, helpful planning tools and tips as well as a lesson or two in education offered by the blog's author, The EuroTraveler. Although TheEuroTraveler.com launched recently in October, there is a wealth of information that's educational as well as informative. Currently, stories abound of the journeys to the famous sights in Rome, Italy, and because it's the holiday season, a few entries on the rich customs and traditions throughout Europe. Coming soon and throughout the year, the EuroTraveler promises to share exciting details of journeys to Italy and France and more resources to assist the website visitor in planning their own journeys.
If planning a trip to Rome, Florence, Venice, Paris, the Loire Valley and more, this site is a must-see. The stories are highly detailed and feature photos, web cams and links to other sites to add texture to online guest's experience. In addition, in the left-hand margin are helpful links to travel sights and printed materials to help plan the perfect getaway. Currently featured stories include a guided tour through the Roman Forum, the Vatican including St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, a tour of the eternal city with the help of Angels and Demons, and the "Hidden Treasures" or often overlooked places of religious and historical significance plus more. In addition to a synopsis of the experience and amazing photography, the EuroTraveler provides some educational background on each place in which he journeys. Visit http://www.theeurotraveler.com for more information.
When asked why he started the online journal, here is what the EuroTraveler had to say.
"I am an aspiring world traveler who hopes to experience the many cultures of Europe. As I travel, I love to take pictures and journal my experiences so I never forget a memory. My journals are from some of my recent European adventures and recount my experiences along with some educational lessons so my site's guest readers can enjoy discovering exciting places or getting reacquainted with familiar ones. Also I include the scoop on the fabulous hotels / villas we stayed in as well as other helpful planning tips and resources to ensure visitors get the most of their online experience and ultimately, their vacation. And, I love to blog!"
So as the EuroTraveler bids farewell for now and be sure to share a comment or question. He promises to return every message. For more information on planning a vacation to Europe, visit http://www.TheEuroTraveler.com!
About The EuroTraveler:
World traveler blogger who enjoys capturing the exciting moments of travels throughout Europe and sharing them with his readers. In addition, offer great planning advice and tools to help visitors in planning their own journeys.