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How would you feel about taking a gondola ride back in time? All you need to do is just head over to the magical city of Venice. Venice, or Venezia in Italian, is unique in […]

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Inhabited for over 7000 years, Athens greatest glory is drawn from the Classical period of ancient Greece. So many buildings and artifacts survive to this day from the Classical period (between 4th and 5th centuries […]

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It may have a dark recent history, but the Serbian capital is certainly one of the most happening cities in Europe. Belgrade is not the prettiest of cities to be in but it most definitely […]

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Malta comprises an archipelago of five islands in the Central Mediterranean Sea, south of the Italian island of Sicily, east of Tunisia and north of Libya. Malta is one of the world’s smallest and most […]

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San Sebastián

Astonishing as the landscape and cuisine are in San Sebastián, or Donostia, the hospitality of the people is what strikes the visitors the most. A small sized city with a beautiful bay and heavenly cuisine that […]

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Golfo di Napoli

There are some places in this world that stay with us no matter how far and how long we travel. One of those unique places is the Gulf of Naples (Golfo di Napoli). Not sure […]

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A beautiful resort city on the western coast of Istria in Croatia and on the Adriatic Sea. This settlement is famous for being a tourist magnet and a fishing port. It has to be one […]

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Alfama is the oldest and arguably the most authentic district of Lisbon. It is nicely nestled between the Tagus river and São Jorge’s castle. The narrow streets, unmatched tiles, great food, nice people and the fado […]

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Although Paris might not be the most exciting city in my opinion, it still has a lot to offer if you decide to venture out a little bit. Having said that, after years of being […]

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Imagine a city built around a  palace for a retired Roman emperor. Now, imagine the squares, the walls, and the temples. Open up your eyes and you will find yourself in the lovely city of […]

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City of a hundred spires is one of the most famous names for this city. A town crossed by the Vltava river in the Bohemian basin, the capital of the Czech Republic. Boasting more than ten […]

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An important sea power on the Mediterranean since the 13th century, Dubrovnik has been named as the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and has been playing an important role in the region. Rocked by an earthquake […]

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