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Best of Eastern Europe – Top Cities to Visit

Published on April 22, 2016 | by Edward Francis

Eastern Europe is an excellent place to enjoy a summer retreat. The countries are diverse and culturally-rich, the people are warm and welcoming, and the attractions and places of interest are numerous. There’s something to see and do for everyone... Read the rest


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Discover the darker side of Dublin with Bram Stoker tours

Published on February 11, 2016 | by Andrea Guerriero

Ireland may seem like an unlikely home for vampires, but with two of the most important writers of vampiric horror having emerged from the Irish capital, there’s certainly something spooky going on around Dublin. While Sheridan Le Fanu’s ‘Carmilla’ was... Read the rest


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Best Spot for Kitesurfing in Europe

Published on January 7, 2016 | by Justin Torres

Kitesurfing enthusiasts may hail from different parts of the world. However, not all locations, despite having large bodies of water, are suitable for kitesurfing. This surface water sport demands consistent, strong and steady side on-shore winds with between 10 and... Read the rest


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Discover Svalbard: the realm of the polar bears

Published on November 17, 2015 | by Andrea Guerriero

You may have seen polar bears in the past during a visit to your local zoo, but this pales in comparison to the experience of seeing these magnificent creatures in person. However, for most people, this seems like an unobtainable... Read the rest


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Split – hidden jewel of the Mediterranean

Published on November 13, 2015 | by Andrea Guerriero

Split is the second largest city in Croatia. With a population of approximately two hundred thousand, it’s the center of Croatian tourism, culture and sports. Tourists love Split because of its natural beauties, the clear Adriatic Sea, pleasant climate, and... Read the rest


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Experience the Best of Belgium’s Culture

Published on October 7, 2015 | by Douglas

For many of us, our strongest impressions of Belgium are the delectable chocolates and queer-looking Brussel sprouts which are occasionally sold at the local grocers’. Sandwiched between Germany and France, Belgium is often overshadowed by its larger and more vibrant... Read the rest


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Summer Bulgarian Festivals for Travel Junkie

Published on July 13, 2015 | by Barkha Deswal

Looking for some cool and offbeat festivals to visit this summer? Then this list is what you have been waiting for! Long hot summer days are well spent in the clinch of magic music, smiley faces, shirtless men and most... Read the rest


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Budapest Sziget Festival (on a Budget)

Published on July 13, 2015 | by Thomas Ujj

As an American expat currently living in Budapest, I can comfortably say that Budapest’s nickname as the “Pearl of the Danube” is entirely accurate. A beautiful city separated by the Danube and encircled by mountains, Budapest has the distinct advantage... Read the rest


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