Quick Escapade to Banff National Park

Summer is definitely a great time to visit Banff. But this is also the busiest season in the country which is why we have listed some important rules to go by when visiting in the summer. Especially, during September, the place can be jam-packed with tourists coming from all around the world. Read on these tips and prevent any unexpected happening to ruin your vacation.

DOs

Wake up early

The sunrise is stunning in Banff so you definitely would want to get up early and catch the early sunrise. And while the parking lot in Banff is very limited, waking up early will give you chance to get the spot to park your car on.

 Park in the nearby neighborhood

If the parking lot downtown is full, you can find street parking in the neighborhood. Just make sure you know how to do parallel parking in a way that other vehicles can still pass through the main street.

Rent a car

If you don’t like waiting for the shuttle buses, it is easier to get around Banff if you rent your own car. Renting your own car allows you to handle your own town and get to your destination faster. Plus you can pullover anytime whenever you see a good spot and snap a photo.

Make reservations for the Banff Gondola

Book online for the Gondola before you go. This helps you save time when you get there and you also get a designated expedited line.

Don’ts

Attempt to find parking after 7am

Popular attractions like Moraine and Lake Louise are usually packed with people even before 7am.If you go here late, you won’t get a spot and will have to eventually take the shuttle bus.

Don’t eat at peak hours

Eat earlier than your usual schedule if you really want to find a good spot to eat. If you to the restaurant during peak hours, you can expect to fall in long lines before you are seated.

Buy water at the park’s attractions

Bottled waters in the major attractions in Banff are quite expensive.  If you want to save a few bucks for some entrance fees, try purchasing water at the convenience store.

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Try These Food On Your Tour in Bergen, Norway

Whether you’re in Norway for a trip or to continue your studies trying its popular food is definitely a must.   Here, we have listed some of the popular restaurants that you must try when visiting Bergen. 

Lysverket

At Lysverket, a café situated inside Bergen’s KODE 4 historical center, gourmet specialist Christopher Haatuft changes dishes with straightforward ideas into significant dinners. Known for its fish, Lysverket’s menu highlights freakish flavor mixes that cooperate in congruity. They have the best grilled langoustine that will totally melt in your mouth. 

Colonialen

Colonialen, a culinary organization situated in Bergen, offers rich four-course suppers in a casual climate at its proper eatery, 44. With an end goal to grasp irregularity and offer the freshest fixings, 44’s menu changes consistently. The staff at 44 spend significant time in wine pairings and can manage visitors in picking between a few hundred choices. 

Restaurant 1877

In the core of Bergen, Restaurant 1877 involves a similar structure that the infamous meat market Kjøttbaseren once did, and it’s fittingly named after the year the market opened. In the spring and summer, dishes highlight green fledglings, asparagus, tomatoes, cucumbers, strawberries, catfish and mackerel. The pre-winter and winter menus incorporate heartier vegetables,

BarBarista

 If you want some coffee and waffles, you can go head to the BarBarista. They have best waffles in Bergen that you definitely must try. The waffles at BarBarista are folded in half and come with sweet or savoury fillings. The restaurant itself is also very relaxing. It is something you would want to go if you’re very tired and just wanted to relax. Inside the cafe is an unapologetically colorful ambiance that wipes your worries away. You can also swing by here in the afternoon and get some cocktails. BarBarista definitely deserves a spot on your list.

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