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Why Luxembourg
Why Luxembourg

Why Luxembourg

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 17, 2018 • views: 93

Since “why not” is not a good enough answer, although when it comes to traveling, the simple fact that you haven’t been there is a perfectly reasonable reason to…go there, here are a few solid reasons why you should visit Luxembourg the next time you’re planning a trip to Europe. It’s easy to get there […]

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Romantic Brugge
Romantic Brugge

Romantic Brugge

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 4, 2018 • views: 127

One of Venice’s most worthy rivals for the most romantic destination in Europe award, Brugge is a charming, medieval city in Belgium. Abandoned 200 years ago, when the center of trade in Northern Europe moved from here to Antwerp, Brugge was dormant for many years before the British arrived in 1815. What they found was […]

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Visit San Diego
Visit San Diego

Visit San Diego

Filed in Beach Vacations, Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 4, 2018 • views: 110

San Diego is a destination for the entire family. As a matter of fact, it’s one of the most family-friendly destinations in the US. “America’s Finest City” truly is as the locals like to call it. There’s a certain relaxation in the air and a certain gentle enthusiasm on its streets that will activate the […]

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Hidden Germany
Hidden Germany

Hidden Germany

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 4, 2018 • views: 110

Many of us know about Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt and the other gargantuan metropolises of Germany where you’ll find museums, architecture, and entertainment, but also the daily hustle and bustle and frenzy of working people grabbing their coffee on the go and hurrying to get to work. How about we take the less traveled paths of […]

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The Wonders of Denmark
The Wonders of Denmark

The Wonders of Denmark

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on October 27, 2018 • views: 127

The Danish people are happy people! And I’m not saying this just because I love Denmark and its people. The World Happiness Report 2018 shows that Denmark is the third happiest country in the world. The Danish people have an entire concept dedicated especially to finding happiness every day in the little things. It’s called […]

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Bustling Vancouver views: 49

If Vancouver is the first city you’ll ever visit in Canada, you can be sure you’ll fell in love with the entire country! Despite its bustling lifestyle, there’s something about Vancouver that makes you feel at home from the moment you arrive there. Many consider it to be one of the most beautiful cities in […]

The Winter Villages of Switzerland views: 47

Switzerland! Or what Instagramers might call – the gift that keeps on giving. Switzerland abounds in romantic ski villages and postcard views. Anytime I see a photo from Switzerland, I just feel the urge to fly there and just sit on top of a mountain or, more realistically, on a flowery meadow, and spend my […]

Christmas in the Cotswolds views: 46

Although the Cotswolds almost never finds its place on the lists with popular Christmas markets, if you want to experience a fairytale Christmas, this is the region to visit this winter. With lively Christmas markets, imposing mansions covered in snow and twinkling lights, and welcoming pubs with good ale and a fireplace, the Cotswolds seems […]

Magical Ireland views: 68

It’s not hard to believe in magic in Ireland. And not because of the leprechauns and pots of gold at the end of rainbows. Simply because Ireland is like no other place in the world. Ireland steals hearts and holds them prisoners. Travelers return again and again to this magical land where they’ll discover traces […]