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If there’s one thing that London isn’t short of, it’s a fabulous theatre or ten. But on a hot summer’s night, the last place you want to be is cooped up inside. Even with interval ice cream. So I’m on the hunt for exciting outdoor theatre, so I can sit outside on a picnic blanket and spend two hours crossing my fingers that it doesn’t rain.

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Italy’s southern region of Campania is rich in both history and beauty and one of the most breathtaking drives is La Costiera Amalfitana, The Amalfi Drive. There is so much to see along the way that I had initially planned to divide this series into three itineraries but will now expand it into four parts, if you’ll indulge me. So consider this Part III of IV.

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In Munich, the capital of Bavaria region in Germany, shopping malls are very popular with people living or visiting the city. Most of them offer unlimited parking right under the roof, mostly in the underground of the mall. Another advantage is that you can go to a lot of shops and restaurants with a roof over your head. Customers can enjoy shopping at any weather. Explore the best shopping malls in Munich with Venere!

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Most tourists to Italy know Rome, Florence and Venice. Some tourists get to know Naples, San Gimignano and Cinque Terre. But, if you want to know where Italians go in Italy for their holidays…they go to Puglia.

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If you are an art lover, you can find some great art museums in Madrid to enjoy while visiting the city. Walk through the city’s “Golden Triangle of Art” at Paseo del Prado where three great museums stand up: Museo del Prado, Museo Reina Sofia andMuseo Thyssen-Bornemisza. All of them have great art collections from different periods of art history as well as famous masterpieces from famous European Masters.

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Everybody needs to relax sometimes. It doesn’t matter if you are a businessman or shop assistant. I’ve prepared some tips and tricks on how to arrange a weekend getaway to enjoy and relax for a few days before another week at work starts.

palms and beach

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Many cities seem to come alive in summer in a way that wouldn’t even be imaginable in summer, and one of the ways they do this is with festivals, carnivals and other events, often for free, that liven up their streets and parks. Madrid is no exception, and while it is hardly as dull and grey as London in winter, summer is certainly the time to be there. This is a chronological guide to the free summer events in Madrid.

family in madrid

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Italy’s southern region of Campania is rich in both history and beauty and one of the most breathtaking drives is La Costiera Amalfitana, The Amalfi Drive.

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Italy’s southern region of Campania is rich in both history and beauty and one of the most breathtaking drives is La Costiera Amalfitana, The Amalfi Drive. It is the coastal road that links Sorrento to Salerno.

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The origins of the Notting Hill Carnival can be traced back to the less-than-festive race riots that gripped Notting Hill and the surrounding areas of West London in 1958.

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Tuscany is one of the most beautiful and rich regions in Italy. It is well known for gorgeous landscapes and high culture. Travellers can admire medieval towns, the Renaissance art but also wine from the Chianti region and typical tuscan dishes. read full article

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Zurich is a fantastic city for visitors and worth a special trip, although many find themselves simply passing through since it is also the main logistical hub of Switzerland. This is a short guide to the main attractions of Zurich that can form the basis of a short visit or be expanded upon for rewarding longer stays.

Zurich Night Panorama

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Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen, has repeatedly been recognised as one of the cities with the best quality of life. Bright, cosmopolitan and environmentally friendly (the water in the inner harbour is so clean it can be swum in) the city is a safe and popular destination for families.

Copenhagen Tivoli Gardens with Family

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The capital of Belgium is the city of Brussels, completely surrounded by Flanders (Dutch- speaking) and considered by many to also be the capital of the EU or European Union. Brussels is the crossroads of European culture as well, with the Germanic being to the north and the Romance (French) in the south. It is no wonder that Brussels is considered to be the archetypal “melting pot” of Europe due to the significant role the city plays on the European continent. The current population is 1 million while the greater area is over 2 million.

Brussels Art Nouveau

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Great Keppel Island

Spoiling visitors with its unbridled natural beauty, Great Keppel Island is the largest of the eighteen islands in the Keppel Group that sit off of the Queensland coastline. The island is a proverbial paradise, rife with lush coral gardens, cool blue… read full article

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