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The Etruscan Chocohotel in Perugia, Italy is heaven for any chocoholic. It’s a one-of-a-kind hotel devoted to chocolate lovers everywhere. Everything you see, touch, taste and smell will remind you of – yes you’ve get the idea by now – chocolate!

Chocohotel

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Brussels the capital of Belgium has emerged as a major player on the world stage when it comes to European and international affairs. The very powerful European Union (EU), composed of 28 member states, holds parliament in Brussels and you can see the brightly coloured flags all flying outside the parliamentary building.
European Parliament

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Try a super cozy chocolate experience in gorgeous Perugia, Umbria, at the Eurochocolate Festival. A lovely autumn short break tasting fine Italian chocolate and getting the most out of this little medieval gem and its neighborhoods.
Chocolate Festival in Perugia

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One of the best reasons we can think of to visit the city of Brussels is for the chocolate, one of the most renowned and decadent desserts in the entire world. Chocolate is so popular throughout the country of Belgium that no matter what direction you travel in and how large or small the town is that you visit, you will most likely find a chocolatier, sometimes many. For the avid local and international “chocoholic”, the following are the top tasting tours in the Chocolate capital of Brussels.

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Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark and is the home to over a million Danes. Whether it’s architecture, culture, the nightlife, or shopping, Copenhagen has it all. However, it is the Scandinavian cuisine that attracts numerous international travelers each and every year. If you visit the city during the summer months, you will quickly discover that the highlight of the day is brunch. This is literally a Copenhagen institution this time of the year. Most of the cafés in the city offer a brunch menu during the summer.

Copenhagen Denmark Sweets

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In Vienna, there are many opportunities to have fun day and night. You might have already heard that the capital of Austria is famous for its Wiener Kaffee (Vienna coffee) and Sachertorte (Sacher cake). With our guide you can explore the best places to order not only the aforementioned delicious coffee and cake, but also many others.

Sacher Torte Vienna

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Angel, a district in London, is full of little secret places, but by far the most interesting part of the area is Camden Passage. A higgledy-piggledy haven of market stalls, independent shops and cute little bars. Things change quickly around here. One minute there’s a guy selling vintage shoes, the next he’s moved on a there’s lots of vintage crockery in his place. But there are a few permanent features that deserve a mention. Here’s a little rundown of my favourite places:

london: camden passage

The Elk in the Woods is a stunning little wine bar. A little bit rustic (expect your food to be served on a wooden chopping board) but if you can get yourself a seat outside, you’ll be very lucky. Grab a bottle and watch the world go by.

Frae is a tasty frozen yogurt place. Everything is organic and under about 200 calories – even with the chocolate sprinkles. It almost tastes like ice cream.

Looking for something with more calories? Paul A Young is the place in the area to buy your chocolates. It’s often regarded as the best chocolate shop in London, so pop in and check it out. read full article

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The city of Stockholm features a wide range of restaurants which indicates the diversity of cultures in the city. But the real allure of Stockholm, as well as anywhere that you go in the Scandinavian region, is the variety of desserts and sweets that are available. Suffice it to say, you will have no problem finding an abundance of cakes, cookies, pies, and other tantalizing pastries that are sure to please. Here are a few of our choices for best desserts in Stockholm.

Stockholm desserts

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The best way to see London is undoubtedly by foot (although the number 26 bus is pretty great too). There’s an awful lot of London to see, so if you’re after a walking tour for a few hours, here are some of the best:

walking in london

Insider London Tours: The Insider London tours offer something a little bit different. Want a tour of weird London? Want to know where the coolest interiors are? Or the best architecture? Then make sure you go on one of their tours and do some walking and learning. read full article

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smartphoneLeaving maps and guidebooks behind, we’ve entered the Internet era and traveling itself has really changed.

Far more conveninent than those big maps or huge guidebooks we were used to brining on vacation, the iPhone, the Blackberry or any other android-compatible smatphones can really make our life easier. read full article

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Whether you come to Belgium for its delicacies or not, whether you even like chocolate or not, doesn’t matter once you set foot in Brussels: You will try some chocolate. As you will soon find out, chocolate vendors are everywhere in the main tourist areas of downtown Brussels.
Belgian Chocolates

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Bruges is an enchanting medieval city in Belgium, also known as the Venice of the North.

Belgian Chocolate in Brugge

And the fact is that Bruges read full article

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Are you fed up with visiting places and feel just like a tourist? Are you in London and willing to enjoy a trully Bristish experience?

London roast

One of the things to do in London to feel like a Londoner is to simply enjoy the Sunday meal in a pub, preferably in an old-school drinking hole, one of the remaining old man’s pubs. read full article

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Is there a better way to while away an afternoon or two in beautiful Turin, than to wander throughout the city sampling chocolate truffles, drinking hot chocolate, or eating cake? Possibly, but who cares? Let’s eat!

Turin has five… read full article

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Lugano is a small town of 50,000 inhabitants in the southern part of Switzerland. As it borders Italy it is predominantly Italian speaking.

Its summers benefit from this geography making them long and warm. As a result it is… read full article

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