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The Sedlec Ossuary

Beyond Prague The city of Prague has so many places to discover but it would be a serious mistake to not take a look beyond the city´s borders while you´re there. One of the places near the Czech capital that is worth checking out is Kutná Hora. If you look at Google pictures of the […]

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Things to do in Naples

Naples has been named as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, which added to the  wide range of activities to do and places to visit, makes it the perfect holiday destination. Chasing cultural activities… Herculaneum or Ercolano Located close to Naples and Pompeii, its remains are preserved quite well and you’ll have the chance to […]

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Barcelona Urban Forrest

Visiting Barcelona with the whole family When planning a vacation with children, you have to think of activities that entertain and amuse the little ones and take advantage of these days off to give them the time that the daily life usually doeskin allow. Barcelona is an ideal destination for this, with many entertainment options […]

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The anniversary of Notre-Dame cathedral

Notre-Dame cathedral, that majestic and iconic building that presides the centre of Paris and makes an impression on every traveller that sees it for the first time, celebrates its 850th anniversary this year and is doing so in style. The anniversary has a calendar filled with events and celebrations that include many restorations and the […]

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Things to Do in Prague

Renting a holiday apartment in Prague, where you can feel comfortable and safe, is one of the most important things to do when you want to experience the city at its best. The second thing you should keep in mind is to plan very well the activities to do during your stay in the city. […]

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Royal Road through Krakow

Our route begins north of the old town at Jana Matejki Square. There you’ll find St. Florian’s Church, which was built in the twelfth century. Continuing down you’ll arrive at the beginning of the old town where you’ll find the famous Barbican. This 15th-century fortification is the pearl of the Old Krakow walls and was […]

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Dubrovnik carnival

It is always a great idea to visit Dubrovnik during its traditional carnival. Dubrovnik has little to envy the carnivals in Rio or Venice.  Even though Dubrovnik carnival is smaller, doesn’t mean that you can’t have big fun here. Welcome to the Eastern European carnivals! The Carnival of Dubrovnik is a Croatian traditional festival dating […]

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Sitges Carnival 2013

The small and hospitable town of Sitges can brag of hosting a world famous carnival, which each year attract thousands of visitors expecting to have never-ending fun. This is a perfect event for a winter getaway to Barcelona. This year the carnival will take place during the week from the 7th to the 13th of […]

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Tour of Modernist Barcelona

If any European city reinvented the concept of Art Nouveau, it’s Barcelona. And architecture fans will discover traces of what’s called Modernism there. Modernism was a movement that emerged in the late 19th century, thanks to the Catalan bourgeoisie, and is best represented by architects Domenech i Montaner and Puig i Cadafalch and Gaudí. The […]

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Christmas traditions in Krakow

If you were thinking of doing a spot of tourism during Christmas and Poland is one of the destinations that you´re pondering on, don´t hesitate any longer and travel to Krakow. The old capital of Poland is one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe. Its architecture in the old town doesn´t leave anyone indifferent; […]

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