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Rome is the stunning capital city of Italy, located in the Lazio region of the country. The city is often referred to as the ‘Eternal City’, meaning that Rome and its greatness will last forever. Rome is a hit with tourists and has been for some time now as It oozes with ancient history, culture, enchanting beauty and so much more, it’s no surprise that it’s one of the most popular cities to visit in the world!

That’s not all there is to know about Rome though, check out these 5 interesting facts that you might not already know!

1. In 753 BC Rome was founded by two brothers,... Read More

Shaza Hotels is an intimate family of hotels across the Middle East. Shaza Hotels were established with a strong inspiration from the glorious indulgent past of the ancient Silk Road. The stories of a melting pot of cultures and traditions combined with the aim to create something new, like the trade routes along the Silk Road, have inspired Shaza’s vision of coming together to serve its guests with the contemporary luxury experience which we see today.

Shaza, in essence, translates to ‘fragrance’. The hotel has successfully established itself as a fresh breath of air among the upscale... Read More

Riyadh is a multifaceted place. People come from all over for business, leisure and most important of all, pilgrimage. The religious significance of the place alone gives it an elevated status in the region and increases the amount of traveller traffic through the city. For a comfortable stay to fulfil one’s purpose of travel to the city, let us have a look at the most luxuriously comfortable hotels in Riyadh:

Shaza Riyadh

Shaza, like its name, is a fresh fragrance of charm and luxury amidst the hotel industry in the city of Riyadh. An intimate family chain of hotels, Shaza... Read More

Driving a taxi for a living can be a lucrative and rewarding career choice. Although there are risks of difficult customers and potentially dangerous roads, it is still a hugely popular profession, made all the more profitable with the introduction of ride share and app-order businesses like Uber and Lyft.

Whether you work in the city or in a small village, your taxi service is an integral part of many people’s lives. To keep both yourself and your customers safe, you need to have adequate taxi insurance in place.

Private or Public?

When it comes to finding the... Read More

The New Zealand road trip is a rite of passage for a summer holiday. Arm yourself with snacks, patience and sunscreen and go on an epic adventure!

Travelling by road gives you freedom to stop and go as you please, heading off to investigate things that interest you, going off the beaten tourist path.

But New Zealand roads can be harsh places with difficult terrain. The weather can change abruptly, especially in the mountain passes. There can be long stretches without houses, towns or petrol, so you need to be organised. You’ll want to stop often, for adventures or food… or... Read More


Australia is a hugely appealing travel destination. With cosmopolitan cities like Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, as well as beautiful beaches, deserts, parks and ‘the outback’, Australia’s attractions are many and versatile.

Although it’s one of the most urbanised countries in the world, Australia is full of surprises for first-time visitors. Besides being gigantic in size (it’s the sixth largest country in the world), Australia is also quite expensive, and there are some traditions (like leaving tips) that are not so normal.

Here are 10 tips you will find... Read More

When a person announces they are running for the presidency, researchers and fact checkers immediately delve into their background. A huge number of topics are soon unearthed for public consumption; the candidate’s employment history, their personal life, and even their educational experience.

The focus on a prospective president’s educational history is, in truth, a little surprising. After all, most presidents run for office decades after their schooling concluded, but education credentials are still considered to be a key signifier in a person’s fitness for office. Given the obvious... Read More

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