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Planning a business trip to Dresden or a family holiday in Saxony to visit Striezelmarkt – Germany’s oldest Christmas fair, and looking for a quiet hotel where you can relax after a long day working or wondering at the Christmas market?

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Christmas is drawing near and in case you are planning to sample mouth-watering local delicacies and spicy wine, here is a selection of this year’s best Christmas markets in Europe.

Aside from the traditional German Christmas markets or Weihnachtsmärkte, there are many other European destinations where you… read full article

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Check out October’s most popular articles on the Venere Travel Blog:

1.  Things to do in Munich

Published September 29th – If you’re planning a holiday in Bavaria, Germany check out our Top 5 things to do in Munich including the world famous… read full article

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By any standards, Madrid is a very green city. With over 40 parks comprising 33 million square meters of land, you won’t find it too hard to escape from it all whenever the urge takes hold. So take a break and head for one of the five best… read full article

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Check out our “Top 5″ opera theaters in Europe:

1. Teatro di San Carlo

Taking a trip to Italy for their majestic opera house in Naples is not to be missed. As the oldest in Italy and one of the largest in Europe, San… read full article

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There is no better way to see Prague than on your own two feet. Small enough to walk around in a day, and with plenty of areas to discover, you won’t need to take a single bus or train unless you want to.

There are a… read full article

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What the top five things to do in Tokyo are depends on when you plan to visit in Tokyo and what kind of a tourist you are.

Perhaps the greatest example of a modern city, Tokyo offers something special for every tourist. The backpacker, the honeymooner, the… read full article

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Want to book a smart boutique hotel for a chic city break in the European capital of style and elegance? Take a look at 5 of the best design hotels in Paris available on venere.com.

All ideally located in the city center, these… read full article

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There is nothing quite like sitting back in a café in Madrid, slowly sipping a café con leche, and watching the world go by.

But with so many cafés on offer, it can be impossible to choose where to spend your lazy afternoons. This list provides a short… read full article

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Prague is such a beautiful city that you may wonder why you would want to travel outside of the city limits at all.

But there’s a huge amount of things to to see and do just outside Prague, so check out the list below for the… read full article

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Check out last month’s most popular articles on the Venere Travel Blog:

1. Budget Airlines in Europe

Published September 11th – Traveling overseas and wondering what is the best budget airline company in Europe? Looking for useful information on airlines serving Eastern Europe and cheap flights… read full article

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Although there is more than enough to keep any visitors happy within London, sometimes a trip outside the city can be a pleasant relief. This list should cater to most tastes with destinations that can be visited in a single day from London.

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Bern is the Swiss capital. The bear graces its city flags and make a befitting symbol for this historic, German speaking canton. As is the case for most of Switzerland, Bern can be quite expensive to visit.

Never fear: there are ways for the… read full article

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Second hand shopping is the way for the locals, and visitors of Amsterdam to shop. First of all, there are so many places to go for used clothing. And of-course, the Dutch, known for their parsimonious nature, love to get a second life out of things. Also, in a city whose style thrives… read full article

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When I first visited Edinburgh, Scotland, I would have appreciated a culinary guide to tell me what was actually in haggis, or that Scottish shortbread is addictive, or to put a little salt in my Scottish porridge.

 

So here’s some help with… read full article

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