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Wine regions to visit in Europe before you die

Posted on 25. Jul, 2013 by .

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With some vineyards dating back to the 11th century, Europe has a rich and successful history of producing wine. Like myself, I’m sure any chardonnay admirer or merlot aficionado has considered taking a holiday on the continent to discover the vast array of vino available. So for those interested in sampling a glass of classic [...]

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Europe is Still a Big Deal

Posted on 25. Jul, 2013 by .

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Despite the ever-growing popularity of South East Asia or some other remote parts of the planet, Europe is still a fascinating continent and no one can ever really say that they’ve explored every inch of each of its countries. Discovery Keeping within a travel budget can be a problem and one way of keeping costs [...]

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Fly-Med Cruises Fun Infrographic

Posted on 18. Jul, 2013 by .

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Checking out Europe’s Mediterranean coast is definitely a must for any long term European adventure. P&O Cruises have just released this infographic about their Fly-Med cruises; offering the chance to see some of Europe’s most beautiful locations on a gorgeous cruise ship. Approaching places like Barcelona, Malaga, Florence, Venice, Dubrovnik and Corfu from the perspective [...]

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Flying in Comfort on Long Haul Flights

Posted on 26. Mar, 2013 by .

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A long flight can be a gruelling experience for the best of us. It can be tiring, uncomfortable and cramped. Add to that the risk of developing deep-vein thrombosis (DVT) and the dehydrating effect from the air conditioning and you’ve got a recipe for a potentially unpleasant journey. But there are simple ways to challenge all of these [...]

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New Year’s Eve Parties on the Algarve

Posted on 31. Dec, 2012 by .

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The long coast of the Algarve is packed with history and atmosphere - and its New Year’s Eve parties are just fun and exciting as it gets. From Faro to Lagos to Sagres, the entire coast is alive with firework displays, while bars and restaurants stay open very late into the night. Revellers in Lagos can watch the [...]

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Explore Venice - In Style

Posted on 31. Oct, 2012 by .

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With some 1,400 years of tumultuous history and splendor, Venice is a city that merits serious exploration - and in style. Venice’s majesty has made the city the ideal setting for a number of classic movies allowing visitors to absorb the magic for themselves alongside its canals and along its mysterious walkways. With frequent flights to Venice, [...]

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How to celebrate Bastille Day in Paris like a local

Posted on 10. Jul, 2012 by .

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If you have the opportunity to celebrate Bastille Day with the Parisians, it’s one not to be missed. What’s not to like? Striped shirts, fireworks, al fresco wine until the wee hours? The French may not be as patriotic as Uncle Sam but July 14th is THE day of the year where they let loose, [...]

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5 Best Spots to Propose in Europe: Will You Marry Me?

Posted on 20. Jul, 2011 by .

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If you’re thinking of starting a life with the one you love, there are perhaps no more picturesque spots to propose than those found in Europe. From landmarks to gardens to bridges, European destinations offer some of the most enchanting areas in the world. Because many of these destinations are quite popular, accommodation can be [...]

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