Veezeet is born in 2011 to meet 2 need :

- Plan our trips without any travel agency
- Share our trips with our friends, so they can comment and be inspired for their own trips.

We wanted to create a entire website dedicated to travels. Not only a forum or a guide book… Also a place to share, with all needed tools for plane or tell a trip.

Two imporants points :

  • Veezeet is FREE
  • Veezeet do not need to subscribe ! You can learn everything about your next trip, try to plan it and see travels of other members ? Just do it ! If one day you want to use all the functionalities, we will be glad to welcome you.

Here are some functionalities in veezeet !

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Veezeet allows you to share the trips you made with an e-diary, and add some photos. Give some details about your stages, then share it with you friends and your family. Add expenses, and keep track of what you spent during your trip.

After the How to plan a trip post, here is how to write a travel diary !

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Veezeet is born in 2011 to meet two needs :

- Plan our trips without any travel agency
- Share our trips with our friends, so they can comment and be inspired for their own trips.

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In 2014 for the World Cup and 2016 for the Olympics games, the Brazil will be honored.

It is an opportunity for us to make some trips and posts about Brazil, the largest country of South America (and the most populus).

Brazil is known for its contrasts and today we’ll talk about Rio de Janeiro, famous for its beaches and carnival is a must for any first visit to Brazil! Proof : the city is a World Heritage Site (“Urban Cultural Landscape”) since 2012.

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Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world (from 1st to 3rd rank depending on the sources) and an essential destination for anyone who wants to visit France. But there may be a large gap between Paris as you would imagine it, and the reality. Not to be disappointed by your first visit in Paris, you should plan your trip as much as possible and know some tips we will list in this post. Just follow some or all of these tips and you will never forget your journey.

Paris by David Min on Flickr

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Waypoint for a lot of tourists in a city : the museum, millions of tickets every year.

The museum is, according to wikipedia, an institution that cares for (conserves) a collection of artifacts and other objects of scientific, artistic, cultural, or historical importance and makes them available for public viewing through exhibits.

Themes are various, they are classics (Louvre in Paris), unusual (British Lawnmower museum, truely!) or disconcerting (Hiroshima Peace Memorial).

Here is a summary of most visited museums in the world.

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Summer is an opportunity to discover the destinations that make you dream. Today, we will look to the beaches, symbol of relaxation in the sun! Here is a ranking of the most unusual beaches.

  • A – Hoshizuna no Hama (Iriomote, Japan)
  • B – Glass beach (California, USA)
  • C – Dyrhólaey (Vik, Iceland)
  • D – Red beach (Santorin, Greece)
  • E – Bowling beach (California, USA)
  • F – Praia do Cassino Beach (Brazil) / G – Cox’s Bazar Beach (Bangladesh)
  • H – Hot water Beach (New Zealand)
  • I – Playa Puerto nuevo (Porto Rico)

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Anyone who has traveled to Martinique would say it : the rum takes an important part in Martinique’s culture. The better proof is that the most part of the agricultural production is drunk directly on the island.

The Martiniquan producers are the first ones to achieve an “Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée” (AOC, translated as controlled designation of origin) for the rum : “AOC Martinique”, that proves the know-how and the product quality. This appellation classifies directly the Martiniquan white rum as noble spirits linked to a geographical origin, no less&nbsp!

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Lors de tout séjour en Hongrie et plus précisément à Budapest, il y a un incontournable : les différents bains thermaux de la ville. Budapest compte plus de 100 sources d’eau thermale (pouvant quasiment atteindre 80°C !) riche en calcium, en soufre ou encore en magnésium. Elles ont été bien souvent aménagées par les Romains ou les Turcs lors de leurs hégémonies respectives.

En Hongrois, le terme bains se traduit par fürdő (prononcer « furdeux ») . Toujours utile à savoir si vous ne trouvez pas votre bonheur dans la ville! Il est important de préciser que les Hongrois eux-mêmes sont très friands de ces bains, que ce soit pour se détendre après une journée de travail ou le week-end en famille. Ce ne sont donc pas uniquement des repères à touristes, c’est une tradition de la vie Hongroise à découvrir absolument!

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This article is about the new wonders. As described in Wikipedia, the list was edited by the New Seven Wonders Foundation (Bernard Weber and Deureka). First selection was with 200 monuments over the world, reduce to a 21 finalists.

Visit the 7 wonders and maybe get a medal : Plan or share your trips with Veezeet.

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