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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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07 June

Article Hostel Hospitality There are ways to lodge in Europe that are simply more European. Perhaps the most unique one is in a hostel. Affordable and creative, these small hotels and inns are found in all European countries. Whether you’re backpacking through Spain or on holiday in Sweden, spend your nights in a hostel for […]

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26 April

Article Why Visit? Thanks to centuries of history, popular movies and legendary literature, the allure of Europe’s landscapes and cultures has been romanticized for ages. Many people dream of turning the European vacation in their hearts into reality. Here’s why now is better than ever to visit Europe. Source link

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10 April

With close to 66,000 km of the coastline in the old continent and thousands of lakes, rivers and canals, exploring Europe by boat is an unforgettable experience. Attracting the whole world along its coastline and islands, the Mediterranean Sea is Europe’s prime boating destination. The sailing grounds are immense, from the Balearics Islands to the […]

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23 December

The Kaunertal Valley in Austria is a land of continuous contrasts that mirror the changing seasons. The panoramic Kaunertal Glacier Road weaves through snow-covered forests and ends at eternal ice. Lush greenery, babbling brooks, and sweet-smelling pastures are all made accessible to guests with reduced mobility. That’s why The Kaunertal Valley was chosen as Austria’s […]

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21 December

When you travel to Europe, it’s not just about enjoying the sights and sounds. It’s about immersing yourself in the culture to get even more out of your trip. That means jumping in head first to education experiences that you might not do otherwise. Whether you’re studying abroad in Europe for school or on a […]

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17 December

Before planes, trains and automobiles, Europeans traveled by foot to visit famous religious sites. Today, many tourists embark on Europe’s religious routes to explore their spirituality, experience an epic adventure, and learn more about European culture. No matter what their motivations may be, every traveler seems to get their spiritual fix on these European pilgrimages. […]

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17 December

Europe holds many impressive cathedrals, synagogues and mosques. These houses of worship hold important cultural, historic and religious significance. Many of these great buildings took centuries to build, with ornate design and unique architecture. La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is home to beautiful stained glass windows along with other unique features. Roman Catholics flock to […]

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