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Discovering the World in 80 hours

Someone has correctly said- "if you want to learn eternally, never stop travelling". Moving on from one place to another and exploring different things brings new avenues, experiences, people and stories in life. When a person happens to see something new, there is an assured cognitive stimulation that releases pressure and gives the power to fight with the adversities of life. Life is beyond four walls of your room. There are places where people use different languages and methods to live. Travelling would help you to appreciate people and almighty for hundreds of things you have.

Broadening up of your mental Horizon is one of the most important benefits of frequent travelling. There are so many issues and challenges to be seen from different angles. It is only through travelling when you learn to manage the uncertainties and lacking of life. Moreover, there is so much of confidence developed within. Making new friends, learning about different culture and Society generates lifetime memories. It helps in taking informed decision and also makes your social media page much more interesting!!!

Travelling is the medicine for both young and old. People who want some fun in life can choose to travel. Also, people who want to get away from monotony and take some break some life can pay a visit to different places by travelling all alone or with family. Any place you choose to visit is beautiful in the world. It's all about experiencing something you every time when you travel.

So here is the Interactive Travel Guide for the young and full of adventure lover travelers. Let's take a look at the complete travel plan then go for it.

Different means of transportation consume different amount of time in travelling from one place to another. If we start our journey in London and finish it right there, would be a total travelling of 27 788 miles that can be covered in a minimal time duration of 80 hours or roughly 3.3 days. It is all about the exact route and stoppages you take during your journey .

How about exploring London using boat?

undoubtedly boat is an interesting means of transportation for all the travelers. However, it is quite slow in nature and can delay your overall journey . somehow, the professional sailors can cover upto 28413 miles in 72 days. practically speaking, the same distance can be covered by the train and the car in 31 and 24 days respectively.

Wish to travel solo?

Using a Boat or a personal car definitely gives lot of space during the transit. Both of them are quite convenient and doesn't need the Travelers to switch on to other modes of transportation.

The original route towards phileas covered humongous 40765 miles out of which 319 25 Mile can be covered by a car. It is all about the amount of time you have while you choose to travel. Different methods of travelling have their own personal benefits and drawbacks. Aeroplane is the fastest method of travelling in London. However, there are deviations in the journey which needs the travellers to change around free trains to complete the journey.

People who want to stay happy and healthy throughout life must explore Joy by travelling from one place to another. You don't need to spend heftily in order to see new things in life. Choose a public transportation and visit random places so that you can comprehend life in depth. Travelling all across London is an investment that would ultimately pay you manifold. If London is your homeland, it will also introduce you towards the cultural aspects of the city. You will be surprised with the way people see things and manage them.

Today's News

June 1, 2019

Kovacek Contemporary presents US artist Doug Argue in Europe for the first time

BFI and Royal Astronomical Society release footage of first ever solar eclipse, captured on film 1900

Ellsworth Kelly Foundation gifts 76 works to Austin's Blanton Museum on the artist's birthday

Block Museum receives major gift of photography by Brett Weston

Guggenheim opens first artist-curated exhibition, Artistic License: Six Takes on the Guggenheim Collection

Noted photographer/actor/skateboarder Jason Lee debuts first solo museum show

David LaChapelle presents a selection of previously unseen work at Reflex Amsterdam

Josef Hoffmann to star at the Art Nouveau auction

"The most important single work in science' to be offered at Bonhams

Contemporary artists explore Fragile Earth

'Roots of Peace: Carlos Páez Vilaró Works and Writings' opens at The OAS AMA │ Art Museum of the Americas

Mia to present first major museum exhibition exploring the achievements of Native women artists

MAGMA gallery opens group exhibition of Spanish and international new contemporary art

The second edition of JINGART returns to Beijing

The Museum for Islamic Art opens 'Jewelry Making: Past & Present'

Exhibition at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery explores the relationship between art and cinema

Genre-bending American musician Leon Redbone dies at 69

Judy Chicago's famed Birth Project goes to the Harwood Museum

Gagosian opens a special exhibition of contemporary Indigenous Australian painting

Cecilia Vicuña & Jason Moran exhibitions coming to the Wexner Center

A private collection of Jared French drawings comes to American Art auction at Swann

Almine Rech opens an exhibition of photographs by Claudio Abate

Exhibition features larger-than-life piñatas depicting a visual feast of Tex-Mex cuisine

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14th edition of the Fellbach Small Sculpture Triennial opens

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