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22 Mar Posted by in Finland | Comments

A Holiday in Lapland, Finland

A Holiday in Lapland, Finland

Finland is an excellent country to visit for people who are looking for something out of the ordinary for their next getaway. Positioned at the Arctic Circle, there is a long winter season in Finland, as well as many dark days throughout winter. However, the bright days of summer will balance out the dark winter ...

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11 Feb Posted by in Scotland | Comments

Edinburgh Food and Drink Guide

Edinburgh Food and Drink Guide

A dish can define a country and its capital to visitors: Buenos Aires is said to have its steak, Tokyo lives on sushi, while Rome runs on pasta. As for the Scottish, aren’t they grizzly gourmands living on haggis and deep-fried Mars Bars? Not exactly, and Edinburgh in particular offers so much more. In a ...

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The Ancient City of Butrint, Albania

The Ancient City of Butrint, Albania

Enticed by the chance to wander the old empires of the Mediterranean, I took a daytrip from Corfu to the ancient city of Butrint in the Albanian highlands. Butrint was occupied by Greeks and Romans, Byzantines and Venetians. By 4 BC it was one of the commercial centres of the world, and sites like its ...

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15 Oct Posted by in Europe, Portugal | Comments

Porto, Portugal

Porto, Portugal

Porto is the second largest city of Portugal, after Lisbon. It is situated at point where the river Douro discharges to the Atlantic Ocean and is built on a hilly terrain. The river marks the division between the city of Porto and the city of Vila Nova de Gaia but the division is purely administrative. ...

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13 Oct Posted by in Europe | Comments

A visit to Krakow, Poland – Its architecture is not to be missed

A visit to Krakow, Poland – Its architecture is not to be missed

Krakow is located on the Vistula River, in South Poland, and is the country’s most stunning city in terms of architecture and culture. Krakow was the old Polish capital before it was moved to Warsaw but in many ways it can be said that it still remains Poland’s academic, cultural and artistic capital. The first ...

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