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Bustling Split, the second largest city in Croatia and a beautiful coastal location, is a bustling city. Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just one of Split's many cultural landmarks that attest to the city's long history.

The city is known for its breathtaking coastline, which features crystal-clear waters and beautiful beaches. With a variety of bars, clubs, and restaurants to accommodate all tastes and budgets, Split's nightlife is another major tourist attraction.

Split

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We adore Manchester, as evident by now. The city blends club vibes with industrial roots and some of the UK's finest dining spots. It's a top choice for both living and studying.

TikTok may be trending, but dancing in sync is not always a given. Instagram, on the other hand, remains our favourite social media platform. With Manchester's rich cultural heritage and diverse offerings, it is a perfect canvas for you to showcase your creativity, impress your Instagram followers, and perhaps even ind

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London, England's cherished capital, presents an array of delightful spots ideal for your Instagram. The city boasts vibrant street art and exquisite botanical gardens, drawing visitors worldwide. The abundance of choices might leave you pondering where to start your Instagram journey.

Most Instagrammable Spots in London

Let's dive into 11 of the most Instagrammable locations in London, each offering its own unique charm and beauty.

1. Buckingham Palace

Location: London SW1A 1AA

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No London visit

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8 of Europe's Most Unique Saunas

Saunas are more than just places to sweat; they're sanctuaries of relaxation, culture, and rejuvenation. From the ethereal landscapes of Scandinavia to the depths of Estonian tradition, each sauna offers a unique experience worth travelling for. Here, we unveil some of the world's most exceptional saunas that redefine the art of sweating.

Nestled in the picturesque vineyards south of Gothenburg, Ästad Vingård stands as a testament to Swedish excellence in wine, cuisine, and sauna culture. Amidst

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Annually since 1985, the cultural poobahs of the European Union have designated one or more of the continent's cities (and as of 2022 it's been three rather than two), as Capitals of Culture, focusing on their own cultural offerings and allowing them to organize a series of wider cultural events (many with a strong pan-European dimension) - which bring in considerable additional revenue; foster urban renewal; and raise their international profiles and images. Sin

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Experiencing Dublin on St. Patrick's Day

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Every March 17th, the 5th-century Romano-British missionary who converted the Celts to Christianity, then became a bishop and eventually Irland´s patron saint is celebrated in more countries than any other national holiday, and of course it has special weight and significance here, where it´s a public holiday as well as a cultural and religious one. And if you happen to be visiting on this special day, you´re in for a treat, with various forms of festivities shamrocking the cit

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Greece's capital, Athens, seamlessly interweaves ancient history with modernity. It is a city where ancient wonders mingle with the hum of modern life. Athens is a city where history whispers from every corner and modern energy pulses throughout. Vuelos a Atenas are more than just journeys to destinations; they are gateways to a mesmerizing world in which the past and present are interwoven.

Rich History and Culture

Athens is a city where the whispers of ancient history seamlessly blend with the

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I am excited to introduce you to one of the most famous gems of the Dalmatian Coast:the island of Hvar. In the heart of the Adriatic Sea, Hvar is a true paradise that captivates visitors with its stunning landscapes, fascinating history, vibrant nightlife, and gourmet cuisine. According to relevant Forbes, Hvar is the first on the list of "European Island Destinations To Visit This Year."

"Chic Hvar in the Adriatic Sea came in at 9th place in the CNTraveler Readers' Choice Awards 2023 for the Be

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Nearly 20 years ago I visited Norge for the first time – on a press trip sponsored by Visit Norway to capital Oslo, historic second city Bergen, and a Hurtigruten cruise to the fjords and up to far-northern Svalbard. It was all beautiful, of course, but it was in summertime, and over this past Christmas and New Year´s I had to privilege of coming back in winter. Naturally, it was a whole different – and a chilling yet in many ways even more enchanting – experience.


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Time for Rostock, Germany

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Aboard the Viking Cruises Ship Jupiter, we crossed the Baltic Sea from Scandinavia to Rostock, Germany. Part of the magic of such travel for me are the historical events and life stories of the local area through the ages. Only recently, in the sense of a lifetime, was Rostock in Communist-run East Germany following World War II. The area was bombed by the Allies during World War II, but many of the original buildings survived the onslaughts. Today, it is a marvelous stop

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6 Scintillating Sparkling Wines from Europe


Raise a glass to the world of sparkling wine! French Champagne is the most famous, of course, but there are many types of bubbly wine enjoyed around the world, and some of the best/most nobale hail from Europe. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or just want to enjoy a glass with friends, there is a sparkling wine out there for everyone. Here are some of the most popular types that you can find at your favorite wine shop or online

Champagne (France)

The world´s most renowned bubby

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5 of Spain´s Special New Year´s Traditions

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We Spaniards love to ring out the old and ring in the new as much as anyone else on the planet. And whilst we of course share many NYE practices with the rest of the world (at least the Western world, I guess), there are several which are fairly unique to our country – and here´s a quirky quintet of them:

Toasting with Bubbles - but with a Twist

Of course all of Spain raises a glass of cava (the méthode-Champegnoise sparkling wine – from sweet to dry – made in Catalonia) t

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7 of Austria´s Best Winter Resorts

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by Felice Hardy

Did you know that you can ski in 274 countries - even including Hawaii and South Africa? The skiing countries of the world certainly do vary a lot, but if you're yearning for world-class winter sports outside cute, classic little chocolate-box villages with friendly family-run hotels and chalet-style architecture like the gingerbread house out of Hansel and Gretel - and perhaps cosy, gemütlich mountain eateries serving heart-warming comfort food - the Austrian Alps are yo

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Nestled amidst the Switzerland´s majestic Bernese Alps an hour´s drive from Bern and just under two from Zurich, this charming Alpine village with a permanent population of around 3,800 is a paradise for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. With its breathtaking landscapes, exciting activities, and charming Swiss village ambiance, this destination offers an unforgettable experience. In this complete guide, we'll explore everything you need to know about Grindelwald-First.

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8 Interesting, Off-the-Beaten-Path Corners of Rome

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My country´s capital famously boasts some of the world´s most legendary and inspiring tourist attractions, such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Spanish Steps, and Vatican City. But Rome is also overflowing with millennia worth of riches that get less attention from visitors intent on their “bucket lists”, and exploring these places off the usual tourist track can give you a deeper, more authentic, and more serene experience of the Eternal City – and by the way, avoid the cro

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The Lake District of Cumbria in northwest England, a 5½-hour drive from London and two from Liverpool and Manchester, is a mountainous region and national park renowned for its gorgeous scenery - centering around 19 eponymous lakes - as well as its literary associations with a group of 19th-century "Lake Poets" such as William Wordsworth (one of his most famous poems, "Daffodils," was inspired here), Beatrix Potter (of Peter Rabbit fame), and John Ruskin (a highly influential

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The place that is known as the playground for famous and rich The up-market resort of Marbella has a lively vibe and is well-restored Andalusian tradition.

The city is situated in the Costa del Sol, this stylish destination is popular by the wealthy, who frequent the top restaurants, luxurious hotels as well as championship golf course.

Marbella is also known for its trendy boutiques, the luxurious Puerto Banus Marina and it's many lively nightclubs.

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The platter that was set before me was covered with what resembled small piles of leaves from a fall lawn raking. The little brown, green and black heaps hardly invited sniffing, much less tasting. Yet sniff and taste I did.

Little did I know, before this introduction to “cheese wrapping,” that a gastronomic tradition in this corner of Italy is aging cheeses by encasing them in leaves. Nor was I aware that there are highly respected professional “c

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