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Discovering top attractions in Lyon, France

About to head to France in the near future? While Paris attracts much of the attention of visitors to this country, make room in your itinerary for its second city, Lyon. Seated at the base of the foothills of the Frnech Alps, not only does it have great views, but the attractions in Lyon are […]

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Your guide to Doncaster

Places to go and things to do in Doncaster Doncaster was first established as a Roman fort and has seen transitions in its construction and functionality throughout the years. Currently, Doncaster is a market town and as such those which visit the area have an expectation to have great shopping and tourist oriented places to […]

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Plan a long layover in these cities

Some may loathe airports, and plan their travels so they can avoid these places to the maximum extent possible. In doing so, they make their experience more stressful, which engenders this feeling even further. Instead, plan a long layover in these cities … you might find that the act of moving can be every bit […]

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London to Moscow by train: what to see along the way

Have you ever dreamt about going from London to Moscow by train? If so, you may wonder what you can see along the way, as time frames are limited. The following post will give you suggestions on how to best spend your time on this epic journey… 1) London, England It was been said that […]

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Touring Europe’s most exciting gaming destinations

While Europe has much to offer the foreign tourist, sometimes one needs to supplement touring historical, cultural and natural attractions with some scintillating live casino action. Being a place that generally conducts itself with class, casinos have an appeal that is often lacking elsewhere in the world. With that in mind, here are some of […]

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Checking out the essential sights of Bosnia

With every passing year, Bosnia and Herzegovina are attracting more attention from the international travel community, as infrastructure improves and bad memories of the civil war continue to fade from everyone’s collective consciousness. What are the essential sights of Bosnia that you you can’t afford to miss on a trip here? This article will uncover […]

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Experiencing Iceland in winter

Many people have discovered that Iceland is an excellent travel destination over the past decade or so, as its glaciers, rugged terrain and friendly folk have inspired many on their visits here. However, tourism arrivals fall off a cliff when the calendar flips over into winter, as many think that this nation is an undesirable […]

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Best Fall Hikes In Switzerland

As the weather begins to get decidedly cooler, the appeal of trekking goes up, as physical exertion doesn’t result in copious amounts of sweat, but the just the right amount of warmth desired to keep you nice and toasty while exploring some of the best mountain scenery in the world. Of all the nations in […]

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Summer Skiing in Europe – Yes it’s Possible!

After a few years of taking the same old package holidays to the beach, where you and your family often find yourselves stuck for something to do after the initial excitement has worn off, perhaps it’s time for a change. If you’ve never tried skiing before, the slopes of the Italian Alps could just provide […]

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Cycle France Like Froome!

On the 21st July Chris Froome completed a fine Tour de France victory to make it consecutive British wins for Team Sky. Whilst Froome may not have the charisma or mass appeal of Sir Bradley Wiggins or some of Britain’s Olympic cycling heroes, there can be no doubting his achievement, nor underestimating the impact it […]

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