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    Things to do in Vienna

    Vienna City is a large city with so many activities tat take place for fun. Anybody in Vienna can ju...

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    Dublin, Ireland

    The famous city of Dublin is Ireland’s capital city and fondly referred to as Town of Hurdled Ford. ...

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    Corfu, Greece

    Corfu town boasts of being the most important and largest town on this island. It is home to the loc...

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    Canary Islands

    Located in west coast Africa, the Canary Islands are a territory on the Atlantic Ocean owned by Spai...

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    Sveti Stefan, Budva

    For the longest time, Sveti Stefan has been identified as a fishing village. But its beauty cannot b...

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    Nice, France

    Situated in French Riviera, Nice is a huge city in France and it is a world famous destination for h...

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    Cotswolds, England

    Cotswolds is one of the most unspoiled regions of England, and you surely will fall in love the mome...

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    Things to do in England

    England is one of the four nations that make up the United Kingdom. A great place to visit because o...

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    Israel

    Israel may have a small size, but it is packed with remarkable features fitting to be called world-c...

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    Kusadasi, Turkey

    Found in Aegean Turkey, Aydin province to be more precise, Kusadasi is a well known coastal resort t...

Spending a Long Weekend in Lisbon – A Quick Guide

Spending a Long Weekend in Lisbon

More and more people are traveling on a weekend as doing so means having a quick escape from the demands and pressures of the daily grind. In Europe, one of the in-demand weekend destination is Lisbon, the capital, largest and arguably the most-loved city of Portugal. Named as one of Europe’s best capitals, Lisbon has an increasing number of weekend travelers courtesy of its impressive attractions, tourist-friendly amenities, welcoming locals, impeccable weather, and interesting features in general. Read More »

Alnwick, England

Alnwick Lion Sculpture

Alnwick is often described as the gateway to Northumberland’s magnificent coast and charming countryside, but you will be surprised to learn that Alnwick has a beauty of its own. Read More »

York, England

England York Yorkminster from City Walls

York is the proud home of some of the most gorgeous cathedrals and highly-preserved historic buildings in Europe which makes it a top tourist destination next to London and Manchester. Read More »

Oxford, England

Oxford England

Oxford is an important academic city in England and the oldest one at that. Nestled just 50 miles away from the equally popular London, Oxford is accentuated with small yet gorgeous villages which aptly reflect the vibe of Old English. Read More »

Pamplona, Spain

Pamplona Festival

Those who have been in Pamplona wish to come back to face again the remarkable experience Pamplona extends. If you are given the opportunity to be in this top-rated destination, do not think otherwise. Read More »

Amadora, Portugal

Amadora Portugal

Nestled in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, Amadora, originally named Porcalhota, is one of the biggest urbanized cities in Portugal. Though most of its parts are residential areas, Amadora has vibrant commercial and historic districts worth seeing and exploring. Read More »

Setubal, Portugal

Fuerte de San Felipe, Setúbal, Portugal

Setubal, found in the south portion of Lisbon, Portugal, is known in Europe as a traditional coastal town accentuated by bustling ports, cobblestone pathways and busy squares. The undeniable classic beauty of Setubal is courtesy of the natural assets that envelope it, making it the perfect destination for tourists who are fond of nature and outdoor adventures. Read More »

Braga, Portugal

Avenida Central em Braga

Braga may be one of the oldest cities in the country, so expect attractions such as cathedrals, museums and historic districts to grace the trip. Braga Diocese and Braga Cathedral, the oldest religious structures in the country, must be on top of the list when visiting ancient attractions in Braga. Read More »

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