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Pompeii: A beautiful disaster

In August A.D. 79, thousands of residents were going about their daily routines when a torrent of volcanic ash from Mount Vesuvius buried the city...

Head to Tropical Islands Resort for a slice of paradise

Never underestimate the healing power of rest and relaxation, especially in the middle of a tropical paradise. But what if you don’t want to spend...

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Find charm in Eltville

Looking for a spontaneous and stress-free excursion from your home base in Wiesbaden? A 14th century castle, cobblestone streets, half-timbered...

5 underrated ruins worth visiting

When creating travel itineraries, it is common to want to see the best of the best, especially when you only have a short time frame. In between...

Discover luxury in Monte Carlo

A jewel of the French Riviera, the district of Monte Carlo in the principality of Monaco offers a warm seaside climate, red-hot car races, a...

Europe on a Euro: Barcelona

If there’s anything Spain knows how to do, it is how to be imaginative and fun! Why not be like them and get creative with your money saving...

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Drive along the Roman route in Germany

The Roman Route: Ruins, Museums and Cathedrals (500 kilometers, 3-4 nights)

Xanten (4 hours)

A soldier camp...

Explore European cities: Crete, Lisbon and Valletta

Europe is rich in culture, history and fun, so take time to travel. Get out of your comfort zone and venture beyond your community. Head to one of...

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4 tips to have the best Airbnb experience

If you’re like me, you’re always trying to get the best bang for your buck on vacation. Whether it’s asking locals for the best recommendations on...

The magical charm of Riga

Spending four days in Latvia during the summer should certainly find its way on your list of travels. One can typically find a roundtrip flight...

Rekindle the romance in Paris and Versailles

My heart raced as we made our way through the winding streets and narrow back alleyways of the Montmartre art district, passing patrons who were...

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