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With only 72 hours in Umbria, our mission was to do and see as much as we could. Umbria fondly known as “the green heart of Italy” is a virtually unspoiled region. It is located in the centre of Italy and is bordered by Tuscany, …

Malta is one of the most popular touristic destinations, receiving three times more tourists than the number of residents each year. Perhaps the beauty of the islands, the gorgeous beaches, and the luxurious hotels are making more and more people try this destination. If you …

Brussels is an incredible city from very many points of view. It looks amazing because of its outstanding architecture, due to the fact that many famous architects and artists lived and worked in the city, leaving their imprint on the face of the city. Many …

An Iconic Venue St James’ Church, just south of Mayfair, is really quite special. Beyond the religious duties that St James’ carries out, it has also become a celebrated concert space – in part due to its wonderful acoustics – and prides itself on its …

Hamburg is one of the three state cities in Germany; it is the eight largest city in the European Union and the second largest in Germany. Sited on the river Elbe, the city boasts of oceanic weather as a result of its nearness to the …

In the year 2000, UNESCO declared the Aeolian Islands a World heritage site, due largely to the untouched natural beauty of the Islands. The seven islands that make up the Aeolian Islands are fondly referred to as the “seven pearls of the Mediterranean” by many …

Madeira is an island in the Atlantic Ocean, about 620 miles from Europe and 310 miles from Africa. It is fondly called the “Pearl of the Atlantic” and also “the floating garden” because of the beautiful landscape and breathtaking scenery. Madeira is also a favorite …

The Alps are a great place for hiking in the summertime. Getting back to nature is a treat for the soul, while the scenic views please the eyes. Many trekkers spend weeks at a time strolling through grand valleys, across mountainous ridges and along picturesque …

Ask the average person which pursuit they would most commonly associate with the Alps and the answer is unlikely to surprise you. Spanning 1,200km across eight European nations, the Alps plays host to over a third of the world’s ski resorts, with skiing, and to …

The Montreux Riviera is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Switzerland, and it is a truly diverse and distinctive place that embodies the uncommonly eclectic cultural background of the country of Switzerland. The area attracts visitors with its focus on art, music, culture, …

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