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A Trip through Krakow’s Churches and Sanctuaries

A Trip through Krakow’s Churches and Sanctuaries

| July 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

Krakow attracts huge numbers of pilgrims every year, which is not surprising given the number of variety of Church buildings and orders here. Major figures in the church, including saints and Popes, have walked the streets of Krakow since the Middle Ages. Krakow’s amazing churches and other holy sites have had a massive influence on […]

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A Quick Travel Guide for Backpacking in Spain

A Quick Travel Guide for Backpacking in Spain

| January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

When you’re visiting Spain, you won’t want to miss anything. Spain is gorgeous from top to bottom with splendid beaches on the coast, stunning parks down south, and lovely mountains up north. Don’t forget two of Europe’s greatest cities: Barcelona and Madrid. Luckily, getting around is pretty straightforward and affordable. Here are a few pointers […]

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Top archaeological sites to visit in Sicily

Top archaeological sites to visit in Sicily

| December 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sicily is the perfect holiday destination. A mix of relaxation on the beach and sightseeing of some of the best archeological sites in the country should make this island the place of your dream. There’s plenty of accommodation around those archaeological areas ranging from outside camping to luxurious villas, which you can book on sites […]

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Meandering In Munich? Check Out These Top Things To See And Do!

Meandering In Munich? Check Out These Top Things To See And Do!

| March 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Munich is the largest city (and capital) of the Bavarian state in Germany, and is the country’s third-largest city. Nearly destroyed after two world wars, it has managed to recreate a lot of its folkloric past. For example, beer connoisseurs will almost certainly want to visit the legendary Oktoberfest beer festival, and there is obviously […]

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The UK’s Most Romantic Weekend Breaks

The UK’s Most Romantic Weekend Breaks

| February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

A weekend away is the perfect way to treat your partner, and though the likes of Paris, Milan and Venice are tempting, waiting in security queues at the airport and wasting those precious hours up in the air or stuck in delays is less than romantic. Make the most of some of the world’s most […]

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North Cornwall – For Those in the Know

North Cornwall – For Those in the Know

| November 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Whether you are looking for the best surfing waves, the safest, softest sands or the most rugged, hidden cove, North Cornwall is where you will find the county’s finest beaches. Endless glorious golden stretches are in abundance in this part of the world, and relatively unspoilt.  Furthermore, they are dotted with an irresistible mix of […]

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A Short Guide to Majorca

A Short Guide to Majorca

| October 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Beautiful Majorca located in the Mediterranean Sea is a popular spot for vacationers who are looking for a relaxing vacation at the beach. From spring-break, all through the summer months, tourists flock to the island for some of the best beaches around. Late in the year you can get great deals from agents such as […]

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Prague

Top 10 Places to Visit in Prague

| September 30, 2013 | 1 Comment

Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, is a popular tourist destinations in the world. For many, it is their first introduction to Eastern Europe, others are enchanted by the fairy tale like atmosphere, still others go for the nightlife, and of course there are countless young students there to enjoy the affordable prices. […]

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Cyprus – One of the Best Destinations to Soak up Some Winter Sun

Cyprus – One of the Best Destinations to Soak up Some Winter Sun

| September 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Far from the chill of UK winters Cyprus’s southerly position in the Mediterranean makes it one of the best choices for late autumn and winter sun.  It enjoys 300 days of sunshine a year, with at least 7 hours of proper sunshine a day and the sea water temperature is still acceptable for brave bathers […]

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A History of Holidays: How Our Habits Have Changed

A History of Holidays: How Our Habits Have Changed

| September 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

The summer holiday is a fairly recent phenomenon, and the rapid development of transport means the rest of the world is much more accessible than it has ever been before. For British holidaymakers, destinations are becoming much more lavish and much further afield than ever before, but what did the summer holiday historically mean for […]

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