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18 November

Slovenian natural spas have a long-standing tradition of sharing natural healing remedies and rehabilitation in the treatment process. Although treatment with natural remedies already existed in the Roman period, written sources date back to the 15th century. This sets Slovenia among the nations with the most developed balneological tradition.  13 Slovenian natural health and spa […]

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06 October

The Czech Republic isn´t known just for its pubs and beers – there is also a café phenomenon, which forms an indelible part of the Czech cities’ personality.  You can find both modern and traditional cafés almost everywhere, but do you know where the gourmets and foodies go? Or would you like to discover legendary […]

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14 September

We have selected new, must-see sites of historical importance as well as exciting outdoor and gastronomy experiences in Denmark for travelers either young — or young at heart. Visit an impressive UNESCO World Heritage site Did you know that just an hour South of Copenhagen, you can visit a unique UNESCO World Heritage site? The […]

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12 September

Whenever I embark on a trip, I’m always on the hunt for vibrant, authentic local life. Souvenir kiosks don’t interest me. I will always skip the duty-free shops and tourist zones, where people are more likely to approach you in English than their native language. What do I search for instead? Market squares with vendors selling antiques, local artisans transforming ancient techniques to create moderncrafts, galleries […]

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12 September

With the Bauhaus masters in the 1920s, Europe ushered in a new world of modernist architecture that changed the way cities look all over the world. For the first time, young architects prioritized form and flow, cleanness and function over the gilded, and at times garish, facades of buildings built in centuries past. This movement […]

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30 August

Article 2018 European Capitals of Culture Ιntroduced in 1985 with the noble aim of bringing our continent closer together, the European Capital of Culture scheme offered few early surprises. Source link

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08 August

Camp Bestival Dorset returned in full spirits, 29-31 May, after postponing the festival in 2020 due to COVID-19 and a tentative 2021 return. Since then I’ve become a father for a second time so was keen to see if Camp Bestival is deserving of the numerous best family festival awards it has received since its […]

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19 July

When you think of Europe, famous places come to mind. Places like the Eiffel Tower, the Colosseum, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa have all established themselves as the most iconic landmarks in not only Europe but also throughout the world. They have attracted worldly visitors for generations, and for good reason. But while these […]

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13 July

My first visit to the Royal Compound in Belgrade was for an award ceremony. The same approach to the White Palace through the lush trees of the palace park evokes a special fairy-tale atmosphere. What follows is a palace with an enchanting facade, staircase, and all the architectural elements that impress me when I approach […]

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16 June

Greece is a country with many a charm: its long and winding coastline, the numerous islands, and its Mediterranean climate can provide you with generous helpings of beaches to enjoy and sun to bask in. Its forests harbor rich biodiversity. Greece has made great strides in sustainability, and some of the features that make it […]

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