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Independent traveling can lead to incredible life experiences. Wherever you’re going, whatever you’re doing, if you’re going solo, always consider your personal safety.

Backpackers in London

Here are five safe travel tips:

1. Travel with companions

Avoid traveling solo constantly in every destination. Mix up your itineraries instead… read full article

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We all know what Tuscany looks like when we shut out eyes but are we limited to only seeing the touristic northern half of the region?

Saturnia Hot Springs

The likes Florence, Lucca, San Gimignano are beautiful, but is there more to this wonderful area of… read full article

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Old Harbour, Hamburg, Germany

Container ships from oversea

Hamburg is a wonderful harbour city in the north of Germany, which lies directly at the river Elbe. The harbour of Hamburg is internationally very important for its goods, which come from overseas with… read full article

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seals on the beach

Picture the scene: So you had a massive dispute on where to go with the other half on holiday. You wanted something fairly energetic perhaps involving a combination of rented cars, epic sights, and beer. She, meanwhile, has been feeling pale and unattractive recently and wants… read full article

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Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy

After the agony of waiting in line for hours to enter the famous Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy, visitors might hope that they would have a chance to relax and meander casually through a few rooms of renowned artwork, relaxed and… read full article

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Breakfast

It’s easy to lose track of what you’re eating when you’re on the road. Traveling can be quite tricky to eat and stay healthy. For one, you want to sample the dishes you don’t have at home. What’s more, calories add up fast with meal deals and… read full article

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Are you planning a budget trip in Paris? Here are some tips on how to get the utmost of the city spending the least:

Discount Store Paris

Getting Euros in Paris

Do not exchange currency before getting into Paris. The best way to have Euros is… read full article

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Renting a bike for your stay in Paris is an especially good idea if you’re going to be there for more than two weeks.

Bike Riding in Paris

And while the process of buying and selling back your bicycle from a shop can be a hassle… read full article

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Le Jardin du Marais Organic Restaurant, Paris

If you’re an eco-conscious traveler lucky enough to be heading to Paris, there’s no need to fear that you’ll have to leave your principles behind in order to sample the city’s famed cuisine: Paris has a wealth of organic… read full article

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Paris is not only the city of love and romance, Paris is sexy. So if you are planning a naughty holiday in France, check out these hot spots and exciting things to do in Paris:

1. Book a French Cabaret show

Cabaret shows are… read full article

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Asian Food

Manchester’s bustling Asian community means that you are never short of a place to grab a tasty slice of the Orient. However, if this leaves your mouth watering for more, there are also plenty of places where you can learn how to whip up a… read full article

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There are lots of cheap and free things to do around Rome. You just have to know where to look. Take a night out at the theater or the cinema for example. Between the tickets and food at the concession stand, it can turn out… read full article

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Green Grass

Go by plane, train, or coach – not car or boat

Because of all the protests at Airports in the UK recently, many people have got the impression that haring all over the place by cruise liner or green hire car will somehow… read full article

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Picturesque street in Positano, ItalyAre you planning a trip to Italy’s beautiful Amalfi Coast in the coming year, but are worried it might be out of your price range? Think again! Here are five tips to help you save money and get the best out of your visit to… read full article

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Manchester Salford Quays at night

The point where the twin cities of Manchester and Salford meet was once nothing more than the derelict home of heavy industry and the final stop on the Manchester Ship Canal. However, Salford Quays has experienced something… read full article

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