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Split – hidden jewel of the Mediterranean

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

Wild Places in Europe Which you should not Miss!

May 20, 2015 | by Lisa Coffey

Europe is pretty much more than Zigzag city streets, gorgeous museums and vibrant Espresso Bars! The continent thrives with pristine-lakes, rugged-mountains, isolated beaches and some of the premier parks as well as wildlife natural habitats of the world. So in... Read the rest

Edinburgh’s Christmas Festival, the original

November 20, 2013 | by Elena

Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Edinburgh is a magical city nestled in a stunning setting. Streets steeped in legends, mythical stories, museums, art galleries and festivals: do you want to bet that even at Christmas, the most magical time... Read the rest

Mystery day trip to Stonehenge

April 19, 2012 | by Daniela

London is so overwhelming that when you are there you often forget about everywhere else! However, most of you will probably get back, and back again to England, several times in a lifetime, so one of these times, don’t “forget”... Read the rest

Experience the Magic of a Day in Bruges

March 30, 2012 | by Daniela

Thinking about Belgium, the first place that comes to mind is usually its Capital City, Brussels. However, there’s at least one more reason why this country is worth a holiday: the lovely town of Bruges. About 1 hour by train... Read the rest

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