Thailand is full of lovely people, amazing adventures, lush beaches, sacred temples, and a lot of history. It’s one of the most frequently visited countries in the world! When planning a trip to Thailand, many tourists are searching for the 10 days Thailand itinerary. No wonder why! It’s a perfect time to get to know […]
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As the capital of Tuscany and birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, Florence is packed full art, beauty and cultural riches. Unfortunately you won’t be the only person visiting this UNESCO World Heritage Site in Italy that attracts millions of visitors a year, so it’s good to know where to start and what to see if you’re a first time visitor. I’m sharing my tips on the best things to do in Florence and how to make sure that you don’t spend your precious holiday time in endless queues for tickets, by booking ahead or taking one of the many excellent tours available.
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Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, is a modern city known for its grandiose features. It is a surprising mix of turquoise waters, historic sites, iconic landmarks, sand dunes, and amazing golf experiences. Let’s take a look at the interesting facts about Abu Dhabi including culture, history, tourist info, and more! If […]
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The soft, translucent light of the Seine valley has drawn artists to Normandy for centuries and it was here that Claude Monet made his home at Giverny. His paintings were inspired by the garden he created, full of flowers like splashes of colour on an artist’s palate. The Monet garden at Giverny is now run by the Fondation Monet, who have restored it much as it was when the artist painted his famous series of Nymphéas water lilies, with watery reflections in the Japanese inspired garden.
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When we think about Orlando, Florida, we often picture thetheme parks and other popular tourist attractions. However, Central Florida has plenty of hidden gems and is the perfect place to enjoy a romantic vacation, no matter what your interests may be. From iconic art museums to scenic nature walks, there is plenty to do for […]
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Madrid is well known because of its stunning architecture and history, but Spain’s capital also offers visitors the opportunity to discover the city’s alternative lifestyle and local neighbourhoods. Our guest author Javier Garcia shares his local’s view of all the cool things to do in Madrid, from street art, bohemian neighbourhoods and trendy restaurants, to art fairs and music festivals. Cool neighbourhoods in Madrid While most travellers visiting Madrid stay in the city centre, there’s lots more to see off the beaten track.
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Klaipeda is one of the most beautiful port cities in Lithuania. It’s also a getaway to the Curonian Spit- a green paradise with kilometers of white-sand beaches. Although the town is not big, there are many things to do in Klaipeda. You can be sure you won’t get bored there! A few years ago, we […]
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Ah, China. One of the largest countries in the world, it’s so diversified that the list of interesting facts about China could go and on and on! From the stunning nature to weird customs, and habits- we’ve covered it all. Keep on reading to discover the most amazing China facts that will make you smarter […]
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Imagine a long distance hiking trail where you’re never far from sparkling turquoise seas and sheltered coves, that you can walk in a continuous circuit or as individual day walks. Now imagine yourself on the Cami de Cavalls in Menorca where you can take advantage of the spring or autumn sunshine for a gorgeous hiking holiday, with delicious food and comfortable hotels to enjoy at the end of a day’s walk. Walking in Menorca is a great way to explore the island, to dip into its green landscape and rugged coastline while increasing your wellbeing and fitness, so read on for my guide to the Cami de Cavalls.
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Munich counts among the 10 most livable cities in the world. Bavaria’s capital certainly is amazing, but it’s the sheer endless amount of day trip options that make it such a great place to visit. The mountains are just an hour away, there are three large lakes just as close, there are amazing UNESCO World Heritage sites, ancient castles, and medieval towns all around.
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