Europe

Due to centuries of history, films that were popular and mythical literature, the allure of cultures and Europe's landscapes has been romanticized for ages.

Many people dream of turning the European holiday in their own hearts. Encompassing the United Kingdom & Ireland, it distributes west towards Germany, Denmark and then up north towards Norway, Finland as well as the Scandinavian lands. South, you can find the Mediterranean lands of Greece, Portugal and Spain, France and Italy. Europe even contains areas of Russia and the lesser understood smaller states of Armenia and Azerbaijan.

With all of these extensively unique and identifying states right next to every other, it is no wonder that Europe attracts over 12 million tourists in total each year.

From delightful Paris, to smoke filled coffeeshops in Amsterdam, to Oktoberfest, to the beaches of Greece, there’s so much to see on the continent I could not name it all even if I tried. However even though you aren’t about to backpack around Europe, the continent holds wonderful beaches, historic architecture, amazing wine, and excellent people. Every state is incredible distinct than the next.

Survey any journey business situated in Europe and you had realize that it stays the most popular destination for tourists around the world. While it might seem like everyone wishes to vacation in the Caribbean or Asia nowadays, the tourist economy in Europe is booming like never before. We examine some of the reasons that prompt folks to go to with Europe.

Rich History

Europe includes a rich history. The region has divided into states that were unique with their own individuality while the whole continent itself is not all that huge. Tourists from the around the earth can identify a bit in their own history with all the many nations and cultures in the continent, since colonial powers emerging from the region have had a leading part to play in nearly all parts of the planet.

We are now living in a world where globalization has made it more easy to buy international brands within one’s own city as well as online. For some, a vacation through Europe means without wondering if they have been duped that they can buy classic items from some of the most celebrated brands on the planet.

For wine and the food

Europe is scattered with some of the finest eateries in the world. The continent has many starkly different cultures located in close proximity with most of them having distinctive gastronomical traditions of their very own. A trip to Europe, can easily enable a traveler to try a number of unique cuisines inside a relatively small period of time while traveling through the continent. Europe is also home to some of the finest wineries on earth that are famous due to their products at the same time.

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Scottish Lochs & Rivers

Rivers The longest river in Scotland is the Tay (120 miles) and is one of the best salmon fishing rivers in Scotland. The Spey (110 miles) is the second longest river and is famous for the whisky distilleries around it. The Clyde (106 miles) was famous for the shipbuilders that were here from the 19th century. The Cunard liner Queen …

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Scottish Mountains

The highest mountain in Scotland (and Britain) is Ben Nevis at 1343m/4406ft. Any mountain over 914m/3000ft is known as a Munro; those less than 3000ft, but higher than 2500ft, are referred to as a Corbetts. The following sites will be of use to anyone interested in hill walking in Scotland: The Scottish Mountaineering Club was founded in 1889 and is …

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Exploring Scala dei Turchi

If you’re in the locale of Agrigento, home to Valle dei Templi- some of Sicily’s best known and most visited Greek ruins, and you’d like to explore a site of exquisite natural beauty, head a few miles west towards Realmonte and Porte Empedocle to the Scala dei Turchi. Our western loop continued with a trip to the Scala dei Turchi …

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The Best Way To Feel The Love Story In Naples:

It may appear disorganised and fairly rundown, which calls for flexibility and sometimes a feeling of experience. These characteristics surely aren’t shortcomings, however. Naples has its own appeal, and its shabbiness has a certain romantic quality. Our zealous local Neapolitan Azzurra has shared five intimate dinner spots in her hometown that was fascinating. 1.) Enjoy the morning sun on a …

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Approaching Zermatt, Switzerland

This trip is what started my love that is true for traveling past the familiar to new areas. Looking back through my life, the one area I’ve visited the most is Colorado. It’s usually for the beautiful autumn aspens of it’s today. It’s almost been my home from home. From skiing as a 3-year old to hiking a 14er after …

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My first days in London

We arrived in London on 27th of June in the morning & took the tube (their version of MRT/train) to our accommodation. Our lodging was booked via www.airbnb.com. OMG this is the greatest website ever if you didn’t know. I booked my accommodations for the US two years back from the same site. Essentially, when you own a budget that …

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Take a 4*4 Jeep Adventure Through Central Greece

And that area really is wonderful. However, there is another side of the intriguing nation that’s equally as picturesque with its crystal clear rivers, dazzling turquoise lakes, snow-capped mountain peaks and quaint hamlets. Within the mountain ranges of central Greece you will experience a traveller’s dream It was the Greece that I ‘d be exploring a 4*4 Jeep adventure tour …

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Stonehenge, Bath and the Cotswolds:

Now, I am going to tell you all about that day out to the countryside, where we took in a pub lunch in the Cotswolds, visited the magnificent Roman city of Bath, and finished off using the powerful Stonehenge. Let us get started, if a day trip from London to see these sights is something you’d enjoy doing and by …

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Road Tripping Portugal’s Algarve

It’s no secret that come summer, the alluring coastline of southern Portugal — better known as the Algarve — practically sags underneath the crush of holidaymakers who throng its holiday villages, resort hotels, marinas, 18-hole links, beachwear boutiques, souvenir emporiums, seaside cafes and seasonal discos. Road trips are scarcely taken by me after I travel abroad. When driving in areas …

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The Beginner’s Deutschland Guide!

There’s no way anyone can deny it: Germany has officially established itself as a first class travel destination, not just for the scattering of people who actually know what they’re doing but for the large groups of ‘we don’t know what we’re doing, nor do we care’ tourists as well. And in case anyone curious as to the reasons for …

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An Introduction To Cyprus

An introduction to Cyprus. The entire scope of the island of Cyprus is enriched with so much history, all that makes it the place it is today. It has hosted visits from so many cultures through the centuries, all of whom have left their influence in the food, the architecture, and the historical sites. It is even rumored to be …

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Macakizi Hotel

Imagine strolling down the French Riviera with a more exotic flavour and you’ve pretty much capture the feel of the Bodrum Peninsula in Turkey. But what makes Turkey’s version of Côte d’Azur so stylish? Picture a super glamourous seaside hotel, snuggled a the top of a hillside smothered with magenta bougainvillea! 74 luxury bohemian rooms, complete with either terraces or …

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Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is a set of 5 fishing hamlets nestled into some of the most spectacular and lovely coastal scene there’s firstly if you have never heard of it. It is been a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1997 significance there is been a tremendous inflow of tourism in the last decade. But it is not lost its appeal. Happily …

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That time I fell in love with Croatia

Recently, I announced that I would be traveling to Croatia, one of my favourite countries in the world. I planned to stay for a short period in Kraljevica, which is a small local town on the stunning Croatian coast, I’d be staying there about a month. Having jet-setted Europe like no tomorrow I thought it was about time to settle …

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5 of the Top Tourist Attractions in Bucharest

Lively and filled with numerous amazing tourist attractions which are worth viewing, Bucharest is among the most amazing cities in Europe. It tempts one to discover its rich assortment of museums or experience the energy and appeal that encircles the Old Town. Keep reading in case you would like to learn what’re the most fascinating areas in Bucharest and you’ll …

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Wild Spanish Festivals!

Sure, like many other nations, it’s musical festivals and its publication festivals, but every now and again you will hear about some strange festival or occasion that is weird, which bring lots of even international tourists and residents. Pamplona’s Running of the Bulls and Valencia’s Tomatina Tomato Fight, to not mention some of the nation’s somewhat over the top Easter …

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Visit Europe Right – Part 2

In our previous blog post we started a list of what are in our opinion the locations that should make the top of your travel lists. 1. Salzburg Several years back while in Munich, I chose to venture around to Salzburg, Austria to get a day trip because it was just a two hour train ride away. I instantly fell …

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Visit Europe Right – Part 1

1. The High Tatras, Slovakia With steep jagged peaks and verdant green woods, mountain lakes and the chamois that is adorable, the High Tatras of Slovakia pack a lot into a tiny place. The most exciting feature is the one-way trail where hikers pull themselves up a perpendicular cliff-face using chains bolted to the stone. The views all the way …

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The world is my oyster: alone in Paris

It was a transformative two-hour train ride everyone because not only was I hit by a wave of people speaking only French, I also woke up. to an extraordinary sunlight. When I raced through security at the Gare du Nord, I had unknowingly dropped my passport, only to have a kind, french woman pick it up for me. Stranger kindness …

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Living the Travel Lifestyle

You know what you said about the structures becoming shackles. You were right and I can’t take it, the injustice. I mean, no one ever’s gonna know who saved the entire city. Gotham’s been good to our family, but the city’s been suffering. People less fortunate than us have been enduring very hard times. So we built a new, cheap, …

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Unusual Places to Consider Visiting

You’re a good guy, mon frere. That means brother in French. I don’t know how I know that. I took four years of Spanish. I figured out a way to make money while I’m working! What’s gotten into you? Have you been eating cheese? Hahahahah! Turns out he ended up getting too friendly with the teddy bear. Cinque Terre, Italy …

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Great Advise for Ski Travelers

Beetroot water spinach okra water chestnut ricebean pea catsear courgette summer purslane. Water spinach arugula pea tatsoi aubergine spring onion bush tomato kale radicchio turnip chicory salsify pea sprouts fava bean. Soko radicchio bunya nuts gram dulse silver beet parsnip napa cabbage lotus root sea lettuce brussels sprout cabbage. Catsear cauliflower garbanzo yarrow salsify chicory garlic bell pepper napa cabbage …

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