5 ways to experience Barcelona like a local

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Barcelona is one of Europe’s most exciting cities, and with a culture that loves its architecture, sunshine, food and soccer, there are a few unmissable activities. For anyone planning a trip to Barcelona, here are a few things you won’t want to miss: Go on a walking tour A walking tour of the city is a […]

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7 European Utopias for a Villa Break

What is your idea of a perfect, lavish summer holiday? Clean waters, blue sky, crisp air, handcrafted cocktails, and a luxurious accommodation are just some of the things that we often picture when thinking of the perfect escape from the daily grind. Booking a villa holiday will surely provide you with a one-of-a-kind way to […]

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Travel in the Golden Age: Then and Now

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Have you ever stopped to think how travel has changed in the last few decades? Not just the technological advancements that allow travellers to complete their journeys in record times, but the travel experience itself – the comfort, the style, the in-flight entertainment, even the accommodations we choose to stay in once we reach our final destination. […]

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The Musts in Malaga

One of the oldest cities in the world, Malaga in Spain is widely regarded as one of the best holiday destinations. Lying on the Costa del Sol of the Mediterranean, it is the southernmost large city in Europe, the second most populated city within Andalucía and the sixth largest in Spain. The vibrant city of […]

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Enjoy Ibiza’s most relaxing areas

Even though Ibiza’s most known facet is the partying one and the nightlife is Ibiza’s most effective hook for tourists, there is a side much more relaxing and tranquil in the island, perfect for those who are looking to relax and enjoy some quiet in their holidays, enjoy the sea and the mediterranean weather. Located […]

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Europe’s Best City Breaks

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Isn’t January just awful? Maybe not so much if you’re going on holiday, which will probably lift the strains of this wet, dull month. For those of us who have no holidays in the pipe line maybe it’s time to get looking and booking. Even a short city break to somewhere spectacular could do the […]

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