Spain has some of the most talked about food in the world. Leading the gastronomic charge is Barcelona which is the capital of Catalonia, a region rich in gastronomic history and fiercely proud of its culinary traditions. Once a...
Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe. From the picturesque Emerald Coast lined with sparkling water and white sand to little known sites and local hideaways, this...
Thinking about things to do in Bucharest may seem difficult because this city is often unfairly underestimated. But a wise traveler would do well to put it on the same list as Central European capitals, such as Prague, Krakow...
This global city has a great deal of tourists who are mainly visiting tourist attractions such as Madame Tussauds, Big Ben, The Shard and London Eye, or are updating their wardrobe while walking along different shopping streets. But, there...
For those traveling to the green shores of Ireland, it is worth doing your research on the best places to go if you are a fitness buff, or leisure enthusiast. While Ireland is home to many beautiful locations with...
Located in southeastern Italy, Puglia or (Apulia) is known for being the heel of the country. It is a destination often visited by well worn travelers who are tired of tourist crowds and typically laid out sightseeing ventures. The...
Do you want to be part of a different experience that is relaxing and prodigious at the same time? Iceland's Blue Lagoon might just be something for you. This geothermal man-made spa is located 40 minutes from the capital Reykjavik. It...
If you are a foodie, there’s shouldn’t be anything called the best time to visit Ibiza for you. The island’s gastronomic treasure is powerful enough to satisfy your taste buds all through the year. The fertile soil of this...
Once you come to Prague, it’s impossible to resist its Bohemian charms. This is an absolutely amazing city to behold no matter if you visit alone, with a bunch of your friends or have come on a business trip....
Cyprus is divided into two sides, Greek Cypriots (south) and Turk Cypriot (occupied north). The occupied side more or less belongs to Turkey. The history behind all this is long, and I will not go through the whole story...
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