New York City is one of America’s most iconic cities, known for its microcosm of busy life culture, its historic and impressive buildings, and its glamour on our screens in movies and TV shows. NYC is a melting pot of different cultures and business sectors, making it one of the most interesting cities to visit in the world. We wholly recommend adding it to your bucket list of destinations to visit.
3 Must-See Structures in New York City
For some, Bristol may appear as one of the UK’s overlooked cities but it has proved to be an exciting place to both live and visit. Nestled in the hills of South West England, Bristol has a unique character that sets it apart from other English cities. Voted the best city in the UK to live in both 2014 and 2017 it boasts an array of captivating history and vibrant culture making it the perfect location for visitors and locals.
Bristol is home to stunning outdoor areas such as cycle-tracks and award winning parklands which host numerous festivals throughout the year. Along with modern style dining and fascinating street art, Bristol is the perfect blend of old and contemporary culture.
History of Bristol
The town was originally a port trading with Ireland. By the 16th century, Bristol was trading with Spain and its American Colonies. A large majority of their trade involved smuggling prohibited goods such as food and guns to Iberia during the Anglo-Spanish war. This illegal trade soon became essential for the survival of Bristol’s economy.
When you visit Spain, to the likes of Madrid and Barcelona you will get to see a country with so much to offer you might not get to see everything in your visit to these cities. Here at Creatosity, we’ve been able to narrow down the places you should go to get your architectural fix.
Glasgow is a city with a lot of charm, creative industry, history and outstanding nightlife. Let’s look at this great city and a couple of the fantastic buildings that define one of the UK’s busiest city hubs.
If you’re in the Middle East one of the go to places this year is Doha. With so much development and exciting projects for the future, it’s not far behind Dubai in being the main hub for visitors to the gulf. Let’s check the best attractions to visit while in Doha.
An expansive vascular maze of activity and charm keeping the city alive, London’s network of streets are the life and soul of the capital. Providing a glimpse into London’s historic past, its streets are as diverse as its population and landmarks in their own right. Whether you are a tourist visiting for a few days or a local who has lived in the city their whole life, it is well worth taking some time out of your day to meander along some of the most famous streets in the capital.
We’re around at that time of year again, the cold months have arrived, we can just about see the smoke coming out our mouths when we breathe. It only means one thing; ski season! Let’s check out where’s great to ski in Europe during these cold winter months to experience the picture on a postcard.
Paris is a city with an abundance of amazing buildings. With lots of history and meaning behind them. The city has a mixture of ancient traditional builds to new and modern skyscrapers. In this edition we’re going to be looking at the Palais des Congres building in the city’s 17th arrondissement.
Geneva might not be one of the most visited city’s in Europe but it’s still got a lot to offer in terms of attractions, culture and beauty. Let’s take a closer look at Switzerland’s wannabe capital city and see what it’s got to offer.
Edinburgh is one of the most picturesque cities in the world. It attracts a lot of tourists each year to the narrow streets, attractions and amenities that make this city one of the best in the world. Lets take a closer look at what Scotland’s capital city has to offer.