Best places to celebrate the New Year's Eve in Europe

TeamCitymapia | Dec 07, 2019

Celebrating the New Year's Eve in a special place can make the perfect start of the year. And Europe has some of the dreamiest, extravagant, and festive places in the world. Some of the places are London, Ibiza, Barcelona, Paris, Madeira Islands, Pag, Berlin, Brussels, Vienna, Mykonos, Istanbul, Prague, Gdansk, Amsterdam, Hvar, Stockholm, and Edinburgh.

What to expect from Shillong’s Cherry Blossom Festival

TeamCitymapia | Oct 31, 2019

Shillong is known for its ravishing beauty and the blossoming of cherry trees adds to the charm. It is celebrating 4th India International Cherry Blossom Festival from November 13th-16th. Apart from exploring the Meghalayan culture, it will have events like Japanese cosplay competition, dance, music, beauty pageant, Korean barbeque, and much more.

Easy-to-do activities for that spooky Halloween décor

TeamCitymapia | Oct 17, 2019

Halloween is around the corner and it is the time to dress spooky and also decorate your house in a scary manner. Boo bottles, vampire napkin rings, ghostly lanterns and forever pumpkins are some swell ideas for Halloween décor. All you need for these DIY activities are recycled materials like bottles, straws, colour, fabric, milk jugs and pumpkins.

The acclaimed monk-run winery of Japan’s Grape Temple

TeamCitymapia | Oct 03, 2019

The Daizenji Grape Temple winery in Japan’s Koshu valley produces 9000 bottles of wine annually. It was built by 8th century Buddhist monk Gyoki in honor of the Buddha of Medicine who visited him in a dream. The wine’s unique flavor which some consider as light, crisp, and citrusy and others as overly tart and sweet, gained fame in the last century.

Dholavira - An ancient Harappan site

TeamCitymapia | Aug 21, 2019

Dholavira is an archaeological site in the Kutch district of Gujarat. The site has one of the eight major ruins of the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation aka Harappan City. It is located on an island in the Great Rann of Kutch. A long walk along the road with white rann on both sides is worthwhile. Random crater-like water holes are found here.

A Quick Solution To Get Your Easter Eggs Colored Bright

TeamCitymapia | Apr 14, 2019

Easter is practically incomplete without a basket full of Easter eggs. Using colorful Washi tape can do the trick and give color to your Easter eggs that’s brighter than the bright. You don’t even need genius DIY skills to simply cut small sections of Washi tape and paste them all over the egg to get it completely covered. And that too in minutes.