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European Gap Year Adventures

Gap years are all about developing new skills, boosting confidence, life experience, and above all, doing something new before you embark on a college or university life. Volunteering, working and travelling are just a few of the things that many gap year students choose to do to gain the experience that they need before they […]

My Perfect Travel Companion – Netbook, iPad or Smartphone?

My Perfect Travel Companion – Netbook, iPad or Smartphone?

If you’re looking for a device that will enable you to stay connected on the move, no matter what your geographical location, then there’s plenty to choose from. These days, travellers now have a huge choice of mobile gadgets and gizmos that allow them you stay connected and computing, no matter what the location. But […]

How to have a completely stress-free holiday

How to have a completely stress-free holiday

If you’re thinking of booking a vacation where relaxation is your main concern, you might want to opt for an all-inclusive package holiday where some of the potentially stressful elements of your trip are taken care of. Whether you’re booking far in advance or last minute, more travel agents are recognising the popularity of package […]

Rio de Janeiro, land of the Redeemer and Carnivals

Rio de Janeiro, land of the Redeemer and Carnivals

Rio de Janeiro is a city of excitement and color despite the problems of a metropolis, every day seems to be moving to the beat of Samba. Skyscrapers and trendy neighbourhoods are located next to the poorest areas, a mix of fun and unique nostalgia. Christ the Redeemer dominates over the city, the giant white […]

An artful weekend in Krakow, Poland

An artful weekend in Krakow, Poland

Krakow is a historic and charming town of Poland, a great destination for a short weekend holiday. It was the country’s capital until 1609 when it was superseded by Warsaw for political reasons. However its important role is testified by the impressive historical centre. The fulcrum of the old town is the Market Square (Rynek […]

Slayer of demons and dragons, Saint Michael and the Mont Saint Michel in Normandy

Slayer of demons and dragons, Saint Michael and the Mont Saint Michel in Normandy

Mont Saint Michel is one of the milestones of each trip to Normandy. This rocky island is a symbol of France and is located in the heart of an immense tidal bay, the strongest in Europe. According to legend it was the Archangel Michael that told the bishop of Avranches the location where to build […]

The wondrous Kos – The island of Hippocrates

The wondrous Kos – The island of Hippocrates

Kos is located in the south eastern Aegean Sea, Greece. In size it is the third largest island in the Dodecanese and is famous for being the birthplace of the father of medicine, Hippocrates. The ancient Romans considered Kos the most temperate place in the world thanks to its warm mild climate which is very […]

The Cathedral of St Paul in London

The Cathedral of St Paul in London

The Cathedral of St. Paul is one of the most important monuments of the English metropolis as well as one of the most popular attractions for tourists. For those who want to look for flights on Skyscanner London, airline tickets to the capital of England are now available at very attractive prices. St. Paul always […]

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City of Arts and Sciences

The City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia, built in the dried up river bed of the Turia, is arguably the most important modern tourist destination in Valencia. The iconic complex is dedicated to science and culture with five main elements, including the Science Museum – an innovative centre of interactive science; the Oceanografic Valencia – […]

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