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Cinque Terre is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the world but its beauty draws not just from the natural landscape but the local flavor as well.

Here are five fun things to… read full article



Spanish beaches are known to be little slices of heaven on earth and Costa de La Luz or “Coast of light” in English is not far from the same.

Cado de Trafalgar

Aside from crystal clear Atlantic waters and pristine… read full article



Summer Sales are coming and now all the people of the world who share the same fetish as me – shopping, – should get ready and excited!

If you are in Berlin during this fantastic time, you should definitely… read full article



1. It’s less stress

Traveler at Geneva Airport, Switzerland

By far, the best reason of all. You won’t have to queue before the return flight at the always unbearably slow check-in desk, which always has that family about 4 people ahead of you who decided to buy life-sized… read full article



The night scene in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has been continually growing in recent years with “trendier” bars and other new clubs having opened in the city.

Belfast by night, Northern Ireland

Despite the fact that the busiest nightlife occurs from October through May due to the arrival of… read full article



You’ll have a serious challenge which castles to explore. This guide to 5 of the best French castles to visit should help you in your decision making.

best castles to visit in France



Lanzarote is the most easterly of the Canary Islands that is located just 125 kms of the coast of Africa.

Jameos del Agua

Like all the other Canary islands Lanzarote is also volcanic in character. In fact its crater filled landscape island has often… read full article



For many international travelers, the Canary Islands have always been a popular tourist destination and the island of Lanzarote, which lies to the easternmost limits of the Canary’s, offers much to be experienced.

Lanzarote Food

From lunches cooked using geothermal heat to “timple” recitals… read full article



Glass of Sangria

Stretching from Blanes to the French border is Costa Brava, Spain. With over 160 km of sandy beaches and an ideal summer climate, it’s no wonder that this north eastern coastal location in Catalonia is one of the more popular… read full article



Though located just over three hundred miles from the African coast, Madeira is, in every which way, a part of Europe.

Porto Santo, Portugal

A part of Portugal since its rediscovery in the early fifteenth century by the Portuguese sailors, Madeira… read full article



The city of Antwerp is the capital of Antwerp province in the district of Flanders in Belgium.

Grote Markt, Antwerp, Belgium

This historical city dates back to the Gallo-Roman era. The Golden Age of Antwerp dawned in the sixteenth century when it became… read full article



The Tower of London is one of the top five tourist attractions in the whole of London.

It’s always absolutely flooded with people from all over the world, clutching their maps and their audio commentaries. The whole site is oozing with tales of torture, imprisonment… read full article



Popular with stag and hen parties as well as families seeking a fun sea-side experience, Blackpool boasts the largest tower in the UK, the tallest rollercoaster and the most light bulbs.

1. Blackpool Tower

Although it is less grandiose than the Eiffel Tower… read full article



Here are five of our best hotels near Disneyland Paris according to users:

1. Hotel Explorers at Disneyland Paris

Explorers Disneyland Paris Hotel Room

Located a few minutes away from Disneyland Resort Paris, the Hotel Explorers welcomes guest in the legendary manor house of famous explorer Archibald De Bacle. This children-friendly hotel offers an array of services and facilities including comfortable rooms including family rooms and wheelchair accessible rooms, free shuttle to Disneyland and train station, free car park, Disney Store, indoor swimming pool, water slides, fitness center for children, kids playground, 3 restaurants, and 2 bars. read full article



Exploring Paris with school-age kids is one thing, exploring the city with a toddler is…something else. Even the most precocious two-year old probably won’t be bowled over by the elegance of the Eiffel Tower or neo-Byzantine steeples of Sacre Coeur. And have you heard about the legendary acoustics… read full article