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Dordogne France – Travel Guide

The Dordogne The Dordogne region of south-west France is one of the most beautiful and popular destinations in the country. Visit this beautiful region of France and discover the chateaux, beautiful medieval towns and villages, unspoiled countryside and prehistoric caves – just some of the many reasons why the region attracts visitors. The Dordogne département...

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Discover Vietnam

Vietnam Vietnam overwhelms the senses with mist-shrouded mountains, lush green forests, rice paddies worked toiling peasants and pristine white beaches. Journey through some of the delightful countryside with fields stretching into the distance. Travel on roads where bicycles are more predominant than cars, many being ridden to market, laden down with everything from huge sacks

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Ghent – Belgium

Ghent Ghent combines the best of both Antwerp and Bruge with a fraction of the tourists. If it’s your first visit, arriving in the historic heart of Ghent will be a wonderful surprise. This medieval port was built on trade, and its canals are lined with handsome warehouses and guildhouses, now doing brisk business as

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America – National Park

Arches National Park Visit Arches and discover a landscape of contrasting colors, landforms and textures unlike any other in the world. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks. This red rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations, refresh you

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Italy – Amalfi Coast & Sorrento

Southern Italy’s famous coastline runs from Punta Campanella to Salerno and includes the picturesque hilltop towns of Positano, Amalfi and Ravello. It is home to some of Italy’s finest hotels and restaurants, all precariously perched along a beautiful coast of rugged cliffs and sandy coves. Brave the narrow, winding coastal road and discover the...

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Italy – Tuscany & Lakes

Tuscany Visitors to Tuscany come for many reasons. Many come in search of fine art, others to explore the extraordinary countryside. Gourmets and wine buffs descend on Tuscany to enjoy the simple yet wonderful cuisine and wine and walkers enjoy the mountain paths. Florence Florence boasts more world-class art than many countries with many on...

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Austria

Austria Austria is a country of startling contrasts, from the soaring Alps to the verdant swathes of the Danube Valley. This European beauty is noted as much for its historical buildings, awe-inspiring museums and galleries, as for its world-class skiing conditions and breathtaking mountain scenery. Glorious architectural riches include reminders of the once-powerful Habsburgs, who

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Keukenhof Gardens – Holland

Spring time in Holland Keukenhof Gardens The Keukenhof is the world’s largest bulb garden. It is seen by 800,000 people each year, but its beauty is something of an enigma, unfurling for just two months each year. Nature’s talents are combined with Dutch precision to create a garden where millions of tulips, daffodils...

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Venice – Italy

Venice With it’s 150 canals, 400 bridges and magnificent 16th and 17th century palaces and piazzas, it is no surprise that Venice is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Founded more than 1500 years ago on 117 different islands it’s gloriously romantic in spring, triumphant in summer, noble in autumn and...

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Lakes Garda, Como & Maggiore – Italy

The Italian Lakes The glorious lakes of the north of Italy are surrounded by picturesque ornamental gardens, ancient villas steeped in history and breathtaking backdrops of majestic snow-capped mountains. From bustling Lake Garda to splendid Lake Maggiore and scenic Lake Como, this region offers a range of experiences and stunning scenery. Lake Como The...

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Rhine Valley – Germany

Rhine Valley The Rhine Valley elegantly cuts through the Slate Mountains between Bingen and Koblenz. With its many castles – more than any other river in the world, it shows the romantic German landscape at it’s best, helped along by the narrow valley and it’s wonderfully untamed waters. This region has more myths, sagas,..

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Rome – Italy

Rome For thousands of years tourists have found their way towards the town built on seven hills along the banks of the Tiber and it’s easy to see why. The Eternal City, has just about the richest, fullest history of any town on earth but even though it is impossible not to see any of ...

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Prague – Czech Republic

Historic Prague city of history and culture. Prague Prague is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. This has much to do with the fact that it is replete with a huge amount of culture, with its skyline of gothic spires, narrow cobbled streets, castles, churches, museums and art galleries. The...

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Florence – Italy

Florence Florence, the capital city of the Tuscany region and is one of the country’s most historic cities. Famed for it’s Renaissance-style buildings, churches and palaces, with the feeling of an open-air exhibition of art and culture. It is this art and culture that gives Florence a truly unique atmosphere that has not changed..

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Paris – France

Paris Paris, “The City of Lights”, is synonymous with romance but has something to offer everyone and attracts people from all wakes of life. It probably has more familiar landmarks than any other city in the world as well as numerous parks, museums and galleries. It is also one of the world’s leading business and...

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Croatia - Travel Guide

Croatia Croatia can be classified as a Pannonian-Adriatic country due to its Central European and Mediterranean position. This position adds to Croatia’s rare blend of glamour and old-fashioned authenticity making it Europe’s ‘it’ destination, where beaches and sunshine vie for attention with cultural treasures, ancient architecture and time-tested folk traditions. Despite its reputation as Europe’s

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Rockies Canada - Travel Guide

Canadian Rockies The spectacular wilderness of the Canadian Rockies is filled with glacial lakes, silent forests and the occasional grizzly bear. Unlike the Rocky Mountains, which rise from a plateau some 5,000ft-8,000ft high, Alberta’s Front Range shoot up from something much closer to sea level. The mountains rear straight up to the sky from the

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The Rockies - USA

The Rockies Rocky Mountain National Park’s 415 square miles encompass and protect spectacular mountain environments. The Rocky Mountains are located in western North America. They are known for their beautiful scenery with mountains, trees and big game. People visit the Rocky Mountains for many recreational activities like hiking, hunting, camping and skiing or just to

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New England USA - Travel Guide

New England You’re likely to return from New England with an album of images: white-clapboard churches on well-manicured greens; red-brick buildings on leafy college campuses; granite mountains majestically ablaze with fall colors; paint-peeling fishing boats bobbing at their mores. New England is all that, and more. Besides rural charm, New England is also about urban

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