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Country Guide: Greece

Fascinating, enchanting, and relaxing are words that truly define Greece. A favorite European travel destination, the beauty of Greece will put every traveler at ease with its classic Mediterranean atmosphere whether its amazing beaches, fresh seafood, sparkling night spots, mythical legend or ancient relics.

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Albania travel: discover a dimond in the rough

Albania has come a long way from difficult times in decades past. Now you’ll find a diamond in the rough with everything you would want out of a trip: a breath-taking coastline, fascinating history, colossal mountains, and heartwarmingly welcoming people. Constantly evolving, Albania today could be different to Albania next year making it a vibrant […]

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Four unique train journeys

If you are the type that feels the journey is the best part of the adventure then you are probably already sold on train travel. Here are some train journeys in surprising destinations that you may not have thought of. Turkey We come from a big country, but for some reason Turkey feels even bigger […]

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Four reasons why Montenegro is hot in 2011

Looking for somewhere warm to head to for our winter that will surprise you? Montenegro offers something for everyone is this packed little country – natural wonders away from the hordes, a plethora of beaches, gorgeous historic towns – all at cheaper price. Here are four reasons why Montenegro is fast becoming a hot tourist […]

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Prague

Prague is the capital, and the largest city n the European nation called the Czech Republic. Situated on the Vltava River in central Bohemia, Prague has been the political, cultural and economic centre of the Czech state for more than 1100 years. For many decades during the Gothic and Renaissance eras, Prague was the permanent […]

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Munich

Munich is one of the world’s most popular cities to travel to. The lovely city in the southern area of Germany is home to a plethora of amazing activities, things to see, and stuff o do. Each year, millions of tourists’ head to the European city for a range of reasons, but by far the […]

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Croatia

Croatia is one of the former countries of the nation formerly known as Yugoslavia, and located in Southeastern Europe. Croatia borders Slovenia and Hungary to the north, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the southeast, and Serbia and Montenegro to the east, making it a country in good company. For tourists, Croatia is absolutely beautiful and definitely […]

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Wales

When it comes to English speaking tourists travelling Eastern Europe, there is usually only one place they talk about: England! Yes, the cold, flat country is an easy choice for most travellers. It is the biggest and most recognised English speaking country in the area, and naturally, there is much more to see. (more…)

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Bern

There are so many gorgeous little cities across the European area that so many manage to go unnoticed or do not receive the attention they deserve. As a nation, Switzerland is just like this. The place often referred to as ‘Neutral’ has always had a reputation of keeping to itself and not promoting itself as […]

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Liechtenstein

Nestled in between the Austrian and Swiss borders is a tiny landlocked nation known to many as Liechtenstein. It is a nation where Germany is the official language, where the scenery and landmarks are quite identical to the neighbouring countries, and where the attitudes are like most European countries. (more…)

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