What
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  • imageBeer Festival
  • imageBoat Tours & Water Sports
  • imageCafe
  • imageCasinos & Gambling
  • imageClasses & Workshops
  • imageCocktail Bar
  • imageComedy Festival
  • imageConcerts & Shows
  • imageCultural Festival
  • imageDay Trips
  • imageEntertainment, Fun & Games
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  • imageFilm Festival
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  • imageFood & Drink
  • imageFood Festival
  • imageHarvest Festival
  • imageLanguage Festival
  • imageLiterary Festival
  • imageMuseums, Exhibitions & Galleries
  • imageMusic Festival
  • imageNature & Parks
  • imageNightlife
  • imageOutdoor Activities
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  • imageReligious Festival
  • imageRenaissance Festival
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  • imageScience & Technology Festival
  • imageShopping
  • imageSights & Landmarks
  • imageSpas & Wellbeing
  • imageTheatre Festival
  • imageTours
  • imageTransportation
  • imageTraveller Resources
  • imageVideo Game Festival
  • imageWater & Amusement Parks
  • imageZoos & Aquariums
Where
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24 July

In the far southeastern corner of Estonia, there is a small kingdom known as Setomaa, the land of the Setos. This ethnic and linguistic minority has been home in the area for centuries, but their royal tradition is much more recent. The origins of Seto Kingdom Day The Seto Kingdom was created in 1994, following […]

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06 July

Camp under the star-spangled sky with the Milky Way perfectly visible to the naked eye. Hike in a primeval forest teeming with life you won’t find anywhere else. Enjoy fun with your family in a natural swimming pool in unspoiled nature. Explore a region peppered with preserved wooden churches that are anything but ordinary, from the saddle of […]

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06 July

…and perhaps looking for a way to travel more sustainably? Good news — we have some tips for you on how to have fun — and sustainable — adventures in Denmark! Go island hopping and make a stop in Samsø Have you ever tried island hopping? If not, Denmark, with its 444 islands, is the […]

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06 July

If you pass through Serbia by car, bicycle, or touring coach, you are sure to take one of our famous “coffee breaks”. No tourist trip is without them. If you’re ready for a local adventure, on the other hand, Serbia offers unique coffee experiences. If you miss the taste of coffee at home, we have […]

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21 June

Bordeaux and Valencia are the 2022 European Capitals of Smart Tourism. The European Capital of Smart Tourism competition was set up by the European Commission to recognize and award the outstanding best practices and innovations that European cities have achieved in smart tourism. Cities from all over Europe apply to be crowned as the next […]

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21 June

Middelfart, a Danish city on the island of Funen, is the 2022 European Destination of Excellence. The European Destination of Excellence initiative is a competition aimed at rewarding and recognizing smaller European destinations that are sustainable tourism pioneers in paving the way for a greener future in tourism. Destinations from across Europe apply to be […]

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21 June

Get inspired by Germany’s wide range of exciting activities. Germany is often called the land of poets and thinkers, yet you can find all kinds of art in Germany. Whether you’re someone who likes to go out in nature and be enchanted by stunning scenery or you marvel at literature, art, and museums between our […]

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21 June

Tartu is Estonia’s second-largest city, yet it’s home to many of the country’s most important “firsts”: the first university, the first song festival, and now the first city in Estonia to take part in the European Commission’s 100 Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities initiative. Tartu is also considered the heart of Estonian culture, and in 2024 […]

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10 May

“I’ve been going to Victorious Festival in Portsmouth, UK, since its earliest years as a small seaside festival (2013- 2016). It has since gained national reputation and status as one of the most unique festivals with family-friendly line ups for all-ages. But what has changed since the early days of the south coastal bonanza? I […]

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24 March

When you are on holiday you probably like to go out for dinner at night and walk around a well-lit area, but have you tried turning off the light and looking at the sky? Have you ever seen the rings around Saturn through a telescope? Over 80% of the world’s population is not able to […]

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