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The Five Places You Need To Visit In Sicily

The Five Places You Need To Visit In Sicily

When you think of Sicily, it’s easy to picture gorgeous beaches, orange hued sunsets and the jewel toned waters of the Mediterranean sea. The scenery in the island is idyllic, yet there is so much more to Sicily than great beaches or impressive volcanoes. This is a place filled with culture: a land that seduced […]

Locating The Most Amazing Places To Explore In Italy

Locating The Most Amazing Places To Explore In Italy

Italy is one of the few countries that rank as travelers’ bucket list, and this is so for a reason as it offers many sightseeing opportunities as well as interesting things to do. This is a country that will satisfy your taste as there are different opportunities to suit different types of people. From the […]

Top 5 hidden gems of Romania that you can’t miss

Top 5 hidden gems of Romania that you can’t miss

There is no better word to describe Romania than “fascinating” –its rich and diverse cultural background is complemented by the quaint way of life present in remote villages.  This mix gives birth to an intriguing world that amazes everyone who tries to discover it. Romania’s most authentic places are not, however, the most famous ones. […]

Enjoy Spain

Enjoy Spain

Every year millions of people pack their bags and visit Spain. It’s a popular destination with Brits because it is located in the south-west of Europe and takes under three hours to get there by plane. It boosts beautiful weather, culture and scenery and is known for its sun, sea, sand and sangria. There are many places to […]

Prague, City of a Hundred Spires

Prague, City of a Hundred Spires

Unlike most cities in Europe and America where modern and high-rise buildings abound, Prague’s skyline seem to come from a different time. Countless spires line the sky and makes one believe for a second that he has been transported back in time. Often thought of as an ancient part of the world; Prague is indeed […]

Zagreb – the city with a heart

  Republic of Croatia, is one of the oldest European cities and is yet one of Europe’s youngest metropolises. The fact that the Zagreb archdiocese was founded in 1094 and that the city was proclaimed a free royal city in 1242, attests to its long history. Zagreb was founded in a place where the last […]