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Why honeymooners should not avoid places like Russia

Published on August 26, 2016 | by Edward Francis

Russia is an exceptional travel destination for young honeymooners. In spite of the tricky weather conditions and secluded cities and regions, this vast territory boasts romantic attractions and places of interest you’ve never seen anywhere else in the world. Give... Read the rest


Facts about Romania you won’t ever believe

Published on July 21, 2016 | by Andrea Guerriero

Romania is a wonderful country just waiting to be discovered but also a country surrounded by controversy and prejudice. So here are some interesting facts about Romania that you’ve probably never heard before! Romania has one of the happiest cemeteries... Read the rest


Top 5 Must-Play Golf Courses in Europe

Published on June 29, 2016 | by Chris Holt

When it comes to playing golf in Europe, we really are spoilt for choice. The number of golf courses to choose from is amazing, with almost every country within the continent, having something to offer. However, for the discerning golfer,... Read the rest


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


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


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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