Five things to do while in Munich

Munich, Germany by Flickr CC Joseph Hunkins

In the heart of Bavaria lies the medieval city of Munich. Of course this city has modernized over the centuries but it remains rich in German culture and is one location you do not want to miss. This wonderful city hosted the 1972 Summer Olympiad and is famous for its annual Oktoberfest celebration. The possibilities [...]

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5 Things to Do On a Trip to Porto, Portugal

Porto, Portugal by Flickr CC Su-May

If you want to travel to an interesting city, then visit Porto, Portugal located near the gorgeous Douro River. Also known as Oporto, it is the second largest city in Portugal with numerous historical sites. This ancient city was established by the Romans during the fourth century before occupation by the Moors. Porto Cathedral Anyone [...]

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A sunny trip to Malaga, Spain

Port of Malaga, Spain by Flickr CC Kevin Poh

In the heart of Malaga, you will find narrow streets and corridors, lined with old houses, shutters, balconies, and old churches. This is a port city, and has been one for an extremely long time. The beaches are not highly recommended on the weekends as they are packed with tourists and locals. A better time [...]

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5 things to do on a trip to Bologna, Italy

Bologna from the Air by Flickr CC Yuri Virovets

Bologna, Italy is one of the largest and most popular cities in Italy, and has a long and colorful history that has made it one of the cultural and artistic epicenters of Europe. Here is just a taste of all of the interesting things to do in Bologna. The National Gallery The National Gallery is a [...]

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A Taste of Santander, Spain

Santander in Spain by flickr CC Iron Alves

How would you like to visit a place where you just have to walk along the shoreline and enjoy the offerings of atmospheric, sandy beaches? Don’t have a second thought to visit Santander, the capital city of Cantabria region in Spain. The old town of the city has streets stretching along the bay’s shoreline with [...]

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Museums and Culture in Montpellier

Montpellier in France by Flickr CC Wolfgang Staudt

Montpellier is a Mediterranean coastal city located about 6 miles inland from the coast in Southern France. It is the capital of Languedoc-Roussillon region and for the past 25 years it has been the fastest grown city in France. The original name of the city was Monspessulanus, meaning naked hill, was rumored to have been [...]

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