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Outdoors in Romania
Carpathian Mountains

Outdoors in Romania

Filed in Destinations, Outdoor Adventures by on December 1, 2016 • views: 509

Some of you may already know about Romania, while many of you have never heard of it. Well, it’s ok! It’s never too late to discover new countries on your travelers’ map. I am from Romania, so I can tell you a few things about this wonderful country, blessed by Mother Nature with all possible […]

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Romantic Mountain Towns in Colorado
Romantic mountain towns

Romantic Mountain Towns in Colorado

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on December 1, 2016 • views: 747

While many associate romantic destinations with palm trees, hypnotic turquoise waters and powder, I would never say no to a romantic vacation in one of the mountain towns of Colorado. Does Aspen ring a bell? Yes, home to the luxurious, majestic and very romantic winter resort of Aspen, Colorado attracts couples and honeymooners looking for […]

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Weekend Fun in Barcelona
Fun in Barcelona

Weekend Fun in Barcelona

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 29, 2016 • views: 483

Barcelona, the land of Antoni Gaudí, is one of the most popular city break destinations in Europe. And why shouldn’t it be? It’s rich in cultural attractions, has a vibrant nightlife, boasts beautiful beaches and its shores are caressed by the Mediterranean Sea, impresses tourists with plenty of terraces and restaurants where you can savor […]

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Winter Magic of Quebec City
Magic of Quebec

Winter Magic of Quebec City

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations, Snow Adventures by on November 24, 2016 • views: 1041

There are many winter wonderlands in the world, but somehow, the winter magic of Quebec City is unique and unsurpassed. Yes, you can spend the holidays in Dubai or Thailand, or in other warm and exotic destinations, but is it really Christmas if the weather is not frosty and snowy? Is it winter if the […]

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New Year’s Eve in Edinburgh
New year's eve

New Year’s Eve in Edinburgh

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 24, 2016 • views: 825

While New Year’s Eve parties last only for one night in most parts of the world, Edinburgh makes you an offer you just can’t refuse: a New Year celebration that lasts three days and three nights, just like royal festivities in fairy tales! New Year’s Eve in Edinburgh Yes, the Scottish really know how to […]

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Amazing Vanuatu views: 23

Quick question: can you point to Vanuatu on a map? Good for you! You know your geography better than most people. Vanuatu is a place hard to find on a map but, once you discover it and, most importantly, get to visit this country, you will never, ever forget it…or its place on the map […]

Frozen Warmth of Iceland views: 545

Everything in Iceland is extraordinary. Even the most ordinary things become outstanding in Iceland. A simple walk usually transforms into a hiking expedition across glaciers, camping under the stars means witnessing the majestic aurora borealis, while swimming in a pool turns into a relaxation session in a geothermal lagoon. Yes, everything is extraordinary in Iceland! […]

Luxury Safari Along Zambezi River views: 120

Luxury and Africa is not exactly a common word association. However, Africa is much more than we see on the news. It’s a spectacular land capable of offering memorable experiences in unimaginable places. The area along the Zambezi River is one of these spectacular places. There is something about this river that lures tourists who […]

Weekend Break in Amsterdam views: 425

Amsterdam is one of my favorite places in the world. It’s a perfect illustration of how I am as a traveler: free, tolerant, fun, and always ready to be surprised. There are a lot of things happening in Amsterdam all year long so you can visit this city every year, every month, and even every […]