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  • Belarus - Artwork, Architecture and Antiques  By : Jamie Hanson
    Summer vacations are round the corner and you have planned to spend your vacations in Belarus. Now that you have packed your bags to head to one of the world's most amazing places, Belarus, you will be overwhelmed as there are so many things to enjoy there.
  • The History of the UK National Forest  By : 4Ps--Marketing
    Located in the east of Staffordshire is the pretty town of Burton and it is the largest town in the National Forest.
  • The History of Whipsnade Zoo  By : 4Ps--Marketing
    We all love to visit the animals at a zoo but as we grow more aware of the plight that many animals face in zoo life, we are becoming far fussier about what is acceptable and what is not when it comes to spending a day at the zoo.
  • City Breaks in Cardiff  By : Monika Nolte
    When you want to get away, what do you look for? If you want to experience a multicultural and cosmopolitan city with ultra modern facilities and a unique cultural heritage, Cardiff, the capital of Wales, is the place to go.
  • Bedfordshire: the Spy Capital of World War II  By : 4Ps--Marketing
    Groucho Marx famously quipped that ‘there’s no such thing as military intelligence’, but there can be no doubt the work of Allied intelligence in the Bedfordshire/Buckinghamshire area during World War II played a crucial part in defeating Nazi Germany and its Axis partners.
  • The Best of London’s Attractions  By : 4Ps--Marketing
    London is the city and 2012 is the date for any sports fan. In 2012, millions of sports fans from all over the world will descend upon the UK capital London to watch athletes compete in the Olympics.
  • Burton upon Trent in East Staffordshire - A Brief look at the History of the Town  By : Sherie Woody
    Burton upon Trent, also identified as Burton-on-Trent or simply Burton, is a large town spanning the River Trent in the east of Staffordshire, England.
  • Eurotunnel Train: A Quick, Cheap and Comfortable Ride to the Continent  By : Paige Price
    Those wishing for a quick, pleasurable and above all, economical, trip between the UK and the European continent need look no further than Eurotunnel trains. You can even drive through with your car, if that is what you wish! With the Eurotunnel train, one is at one’s destination in little more than half an hour – thirty-five minutes to be exact. Eurotunnel prominently provides discounted savings packages to its customers – the company takes pride in saving you money. Over 177 million people have traveled through the Eurotunnel train – that is more than 3 times the population of Europe and France combined! Why don’t you become one of them?
  • The Scariest London Visitor Attraction  By : Philip Cooper
    The London Bridge Experience and The London toms is a relatively new london visitor attraction with more to it than you might think. Part museum and part scare attraction, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
  • Hertfordshire Sports  By : 4Ps--Marketing
    Hertfordshire boasts strong sporting ties and football is the predominant sport in the county.
  • A Tale of Cambridgeshire History  By : 4Ps--Marketing
    Delving into the local history of many UK cities and towns can be hugely interesting but the area of Cambridgeshire is perhaps the most captivating in its chronicles of times gone by.
  • Castles to investigate in the lovely region of Pembrokeshire  By : keith lunt
    Pembrokeshire in South Wales has a considerable number of castles, so it makes a good holiday destination for those of you fascinated in history. Children of all ages will love exploring the towers, staircases and passageways within these historic buildings. There are fifty one castles and forts in the county with the four main castles being Pembroke Castle, Carew Castle, Manorbier Castle and Llawhaden Castle.
  • Select picturesque Pembrokeshire in Wales for a family vacation and you will have a lovely time  By : keith lunt
    Tenby is a pretty beach resort and harbour town sited in south Wales on the Pembrokeshire Coast. The district has been populated for hundreds of years and parts of the old town walls still remain. It also has great beaches and makes an excellent option for a family holiday. Children of all ages will love the lengthy stretches of sand - a lot of room to make sandcastles and take part in games! There are four main beaches in Tenby.
  • About Malta - Maltese Villages and their Charm  By : Mrs Claire Zammit Xuereb
    This article gives an insight into the heart of the Maltese islands and what they can offer to tourists seeking to witness Malta’s local tradition and way of life.
  • Belgium - a rich and historic country  By : slivenqxme
    A honeymoon in Belgium will reveal to you a rich and historic country.
    This is made up of diverse art, architecture and cuisine waiting to be discovered.
  • Switzerland is a tranquil haven perfect for a romantic honeymoon.  By : slivenqxme
    Switzerland is a blend of French, German and Italian cultures. Zurich is a famous and creative city, particularly known for its superb art galleries. The Limmat River runs through the city, which is set on the edge of Lake Zurich, ideal for picnics, swimming or sunbathing.
  • Isle of Anglesey - Captivating Castles and More  By : keith lunt
    The charming Isle of Anglesey, or Ynys Mon as it is known in Welsh, is situated off the north-west coast of Wales. It makes an excellent location for a family vacation as there is a huge choice of things to do. Whether you want to stop on the island and go to one of its many visitor attractions, or alternatively take a trip to the stunning mainland, there is something for everyone.
  • Brecon Beacons National Park - Historical Canals, Castles and Mineral Deposits  By : keith lunt
    The striking Brecon Beacons was designated a National Park in 1957 and it has some of the finest countryside in the United Kingdom. There are rolling hills, spectacular mountains, serene lakes, scenic rivers, charming market towns and old-fashioned villages. The park covers five hundred and nineteen square miles and two thirds of this is made up of Old Red Sandstone rocks. The scenery is also dotted with castles, ruins and historical monuments. Castles of significance include those found at Abe
  • The Stunning Brecon Beacons National Park  By : keith lunt
    The diversity of the beautiful Brecon Beacons is reflected in its towns and villages. There is a little for everybody whether you prefer small hamlets or larger market towns. A number of of the towns or villages worth a visit are described below.
  • Delightful Pembrokeshire  By : keith lunt
    Pembrokeshire is a stunning county with loads of things to do which of course makes for an excellent vacation destination. For those of you interested in wildlife it offers a fascinating natural ecosystem where you can watch many different species of flora and fauna. The islands off the Pembrokeshire coast with their clean seas and tiny populations provide an excellent home for wildlife to flourish.
  • Castles to discover in the pleasing county of Pembrokeshire  By : keith lunt
    Pembrokeshire in South Wales has a considerable number of castles, so it makes a great holiday destination for those of you interested in history. Kids of all ages will love exploring the towers, staircases and passageways within these historic buildings. There are fifty one castles and forts in the county with the four main castles being Pembroke Castle, Carew Castle, Manorbier Castle and Llawhaden Castle.
  • 5 Things To Do In London  By : Matt Morris
    There’s a variety of things to do in London, especially for a tourist with limited time and budget. With a little guidance, a London trip can turn out to be the experience of a lifetime!
  • Paris - Its Art and Architecture  By : Kyle Mark 12
    The French capital, Paris, is known for fashion, beauty and it is considered to be one of the most romantic cities in the world. Many people refer to it as The City of Lights. It is a great mix of ancient and modern architecture and in Paris there is something for everyone. The city has a circular shape and it is surrounded by hills on all sides. The River Seine splits the town in two. 20 districts make up the inner city and they are numbered following a clockwise spiral, starting from the 1st d
  • Visit Malta - A unique Malta Experience  By : Mrs Claire Zammit Xuereb
    This article highlights some of the reasons why tourists visit Malta every year and what to do in Malta during your holidays.
  • Paris Tango At Twilight Along The Bank Of The River Seine  By : Jessica Ainley
    Paris Hideaways makes you discover Tango in Paris, along the river Seine. One of the most romantic off the beaten path experience in Paris.
  • Vatican City  By : slivenqxme
    The Vatican City is a walled state within the city of Rome. It is the smallest independent state in the whole world with only a little over 100 acres. It was formed in 1929 under an agreement between the Kingdom of Italy and the Holy See.
  • The Town Of Sintra Portugal  By : Laurie Marks
    A brief description of one of the world's most enchanting towns, Sintra Portugal.
  • Five Centuries of Majorca  By : Gen Wright
    Majorca in Spain is a place that is steeped in history and rich in tradition and heritage. When you go to Majorca (also known as Mallorca locally) you can have your fill of some of the most delightful sights in Spain. It is a great city to just roam about and take things at your own pace. You can simply hire a car and go around the entire city looking at the old places, the monuments and the culture that the city has to offer. Here are some of the places well worth a visit.
  • Discover all Montpellier has to Offer  By : Gen Wright
    The scenic city of Montpellier is located in the southern region of France. As with most of the great cities of this nation, Montpellier in France has a lot of heritage and culture behind it. It is a fantastic place to visit if you want to look at the great works of architecture and the culturally significant places of the city. The city is actually a great place for roaming about on foot.
  • Prague – The Perfect Vacation Spot  By : Sarah James
    Prague is not strange to the tourism world. Featured in many movies including the “James Bond” movie “Casino Royale”, Prague is a great tourist attraction with many historic tourist spots, such as the Prague Castle, which was built in the early 9th century.
  • Discover Valencia  By : Gen Wright
    Valencia is a beautiful city in Spain situated near the famous Balearic Islands. There are just so many things to see and do here that you will find yourself getting lost in the fun of it all.
  • Discover all Jerez has to Offer  By : Gen Wright
    Jerez in Spain is a city that is steeped in ancient culture and history. Everything that has passed over Jerez has left its mark on the city. So you have beautiful old buildings of various styles, wine cellars stocking the finest wine and amazing streets where you simply get lost in the glory and grandeur. This is Jerez, where you will find some of the oldest relics of ancient civilizations that inhabited continental Europe.
  • Gelato: Your Best Bets in Rome  By : Evvie Meier
    Tips for how to find some of the best gelato in Rome, no matter what your tastes.
  • Bottoms Up: Great Pubs in Dublin  By : Evvie Meier
    Tips for how to find a great, tradition Irish pub experience while on vacation in Dublin. Crack a Guinness and order the Irish stew, these Dublin pubs are sure to satiate your beer craving during your travel to Dublin.
  • The Arc Of Titus And Its Importance In Rome's Wealthy History  By : Rajeev Sanchez
    Built to honor the capture of Jerusalem over the Jewish Zealots, The Arch of Titus is one of 2 remaining arches and one of the greatest notable monuments in the Forum Romanum. It places huge implication in Rome's history and ...
  • Discover all Bologna has to Offer  By : Gen Wright
    Bologna in Italy is an amazing city; everywhere you look is like taking a look into history. There is simply just so much to do in Bologna, it makes it hard to know where to start. This city is a historic landmark for many different things. If you enjoy seeing the buildings that have had a huge impact on our history, then Bologna may be the perfect place for you!
  • Discover all Nantes has to Offer  By : Gen Wright
    If you are looking for a holiday getaway in France then Nantes could be the ideal place for you. Whether you are planning a weekend trip or a longer trip, you can simply come over and relax in this nice little coastal town which is one of the best destinations in France for a peaceful break.
  • A Holiday To Turkey  By : karl donald
    The fabulous 'Ottoman Mosques', the Greek theatre of 'Fethiye', the superbly preserved 'Roman City of Ephesus', the Crusader's Fortress, small villages found all over the country and the range of spices, fabrics, hand-woven rugs and porcelain ceramics draw millions of tourists from all around the world.
  • Discover all Turin has to Offer  By : Gen Wright
    Italy is famous for being the epicenter of the Great Renaissance of Europe. To this date, Italian cities carry the distinct mark of being the centers of great art, learning and history. Turin, known as Torino in Italy, is no exception.
  • Top Franschhoek hotels for business  By : Erron Pritchard
    Take charge of your next business meeting and introduce a little Cape elegance to the picture. Take your staff to a luxury Franschhoek hotel in the middle of the Cape Winelands, or host a conference at a wine farm to see how peaceful a business meeting can truly be.
  • Discover Milan this Summer  By : Gen Wright
    Milan represents a unique amalgamation of contemporary lifestyles in the backdrop of some of the most amazing historic creations. Discover all this great city has to offer.
  • Discover Carcassonne in the South of France  By : Gen Wright
    Carcassonne is one of the oldest cities in France. The first settlers to this area of France can be dated back to 3500 BC. And in this time, this amazing fortified city has become a destination for many different reasons like: the fortifications, boat cruises on Canal du Midi, Tour de France, and Rugby. Maybe this is the reason that over three million tourist venture into the immaculate city.
  • The South of France  By : Gen Wright
    Southern France has beautiful coastlines and beaches and many ancient architectures that you would simply love to visit. Spending a holiday in the south of France is really a treat for the senses. Not only do you get good food and good wine but you also get great hospitality. Here are some ideas to consider if you want to visit this fantastic French coastline.
  • Discover Murcia this Summer  By : Gen Wright
    Murcia is a city that is filled with architectural wonders and really is a treasure chest for those who wish to indulge in old architectural delights. They are beautifully constructed and painstakingly maintained buildings. You will be hard put to choose between them on a short trip, but every place you visit will be worth it.
  • Tourism in Andalucia  By : Allan Cliff
    If you’re looking forward to sun, sand and beaches, you should visit Andalucia. With more than 300 days of sunshine each year along with the most hospitable climate, miles of coastline, fertile marshlands, semi-deserts, huge forests and some of the most enchanting cities, Andalucia is truly diverse in nature.
  • Experience The Mediterranean - Travel In A Luxury Yacht Charter Croatia!  By : johnnie kazjja
    In a country as beautiful as Croatia, there's no better way to enjoy your vacation but through a yacht charter Croatia. We're not just talking about cruising in small motor yachts, but a luxurious journey such as a spa yacht program.
  • Discover Paris  By : Gen Wright
    The real Paris is best seen on your own without a tour guide, with a map in hand. There are however, tours like the bike about Paris tour that will show you a side of Paris that you have not seen before. Another option is to hire a car and move around on your own, sight seeing at your own time and pace. Paris has so much to offer, you will never run out of things to do.
  • Things to do in Cheltenham  By : Gen Wright
    Discover fun things to do in Cheltenham. Cheltenham is nestled in the Cotswold hills, 100 miles West of London started off as a small Saxon settlement, in approx 1086, with a population of less than 200.
  • Making the Most of London with the Tube  By : Gen Wright
    Get the most from London with the underground tube system. London is Europe's largest city, and together with New York and Tokyo is one of the three largest cities on our planet.
  • Sliema – Things to do in Malta  By : Mrs Claire Zammit Xuereb
    This article provides information about Sliema Malta and what to do during your holiday in Malta. The town of Sliema is located in the North East part of the Maltese Island and only a few minutes’ drive from the capital city of Malta, Valletta.
  • Belgravia and Richard Grosvenor  By : Alexander Kraft
    The UK’s Grosvenor family, currently headed by the 6th Duke of Westminster, dates back to the Middle Ages. But it owes its first title to Richard Grosvenor - an Oxford graduate and member of Parliament from Cheshire who was knighted in 1617 and made a baronet in 1621 - and its immense fortune to Sir Thomas Grosvenor, 3rd baronet - who in 1677 married Mary Davies, heiress to 300 acres of land on the outskirts of London.
  • Holidays in Spain - The Top Ten Gold Courses  By : Jamie Hanson
    One of the most beautiful countries of Europe is Spain, which is situated in southwestern part of Eu ...
  • A Selection of Things to see and do in Pisa  By : Gen Wright
    Pisa in Italy is the perfect place to visit for short trip and it is also great for a long vacation. It is a city that is steeped in heritage and has a lot of history behind its walls. Every place has a story to tell and you will be mesmerized at the sheer beauty and elegance of many of these places. There are various architectural sights that you must absolutely see when visiting Pisa.
  • Cheap Holidays For A South of France Getaway  By : Gen Wright
    The desire to visit France is not just a British or American pipe dream, but an urge felt all over the world.
  • A simple guide to Crete  By : Jamie Hanson
    Crete, a beautiful island in Greece, is the world famous tourist attractions among other wonderful c ...
  • Valais. The Dreamland of Switzerland  By : Henrietta Browning
    There's more to Switzerland than cuckoo clocks and chocolate. How about taking a walk through a glacial wonderland? Valais could be the place for you.
  • The Lure of Loch Lomond  By : Henrietta Browning
    You take the high road and I'll take the low road, and we'll all enjoy ourselves on the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.
  • Discovering the best of Portugal  By : Jamie Hanson
    If you are looking for the best of Portugal, you might end up getting confused. Portugal is quite po ...
  • Top Ten Spanish Tapas  By : Henrietta Browning
    The Spanish are rightly proud of their culinary heritage, but do they realise what a wonderful thing the Tapa is. Here are ten of the best.
  • Five Places to go in Cork Ireland  By : Gen Wright
    Cork City is situated in the South of Ireland on the River Lee and is the 2nd biggest city in the country. It should be a part of any Irish tour as it is steeped in history and offers much to see and do for any visitors. It is a traditional city pieced together with small narrow streets and high hills.
  • Eastnor Castle  By : Neil Tug
    Beautiful Eastnor Castle hosts team building events and activities, as well as weddings, films and TV programs on its historical grounds.
  • Discover Dublin on a Tight Budget  By : Gen Wright
    It is true that deep pockets are required for many things when visiting Dublin however don't let that put you off as there are still plenty of tourist attractions which can be seen for free within the city. The home of the president of Ireland can be visited on Saturdays only. Free tickets can be obtained from the Visitor Centre in the Phoenix Park.
  • Bristol`s Diverse Attractions  By : Rodger Ewing
    The city of Bristol offers many different diverse attractions. Due to its growth and development, many tourists choose Bristol as their desired destination for a week or weekend break. The Victoria Square Hotel situated in the heart of Clifton village, offers ideal accommodation whilst exploring the numerous attractions available in Bristol.

    Among one of the many attractions that Bristol has to offer is Bristol Zoo Gardens.
  • Visit the beautiful Cheltenham Spa Town  By : Rodger Ewing
    Why not visit the beautiful Cheltenham Spa Town and enjoy many different attractions. The ideally situated Cheltenham Regency Hotel is the perfect location to access Cheltenham’s key features and days out.

    Cheltenham town and surrounding area provides a large range of restaurants including traditional dishes, Italian, French cuisine, oriental and. Should you want to sample some of the local produce, the farmer markets operate every second and last Friday of each month.
  • Travelling to Germany  By : Rodger Ewing
    At the heart of Europe, Germany has the history, the landscape and the people to provide a great destination.
  • Travelling to France  By : Rodger Ewing
    France, the second largest country in Europe, is the world's number one tourist destination, and it's not surprising considering what's on offer.
  • Tips for a Safe and Healthy Vacation to Azores Portugal  By : Milton Doyle
    Prior to visiting Azores, Portugal, you may need certain vaccinations and medications for vaccine-preventable diseases and other diseases you might be at risk for at your destination.
  • Travel to Turkey to experience a vibrant holiday time  By : Milton Doyle
    Turkey is blessed with a treasure of the archaeological pleasures. Many ancient civilizations, including the Greeks, the Romans and the empire byzantine, reigned on Turkey at a point or with another, and some of the finest ruins of survival of these cultures must be found here.
  • Amsterdam Architecture  By : Gen Wright
    Amsterdam - the freedom capital of the world. A breathtaking travel guide that will reveal special tourist spots for any person that intends to visit the city.
  • London Architecture  By : Gen Wright
    A Funky guide on how to usefully spend your time while you are on a short trip to the historical city of London.
  • Rome Architecture  By : Gen Wright
    This travel guide is written in a friendly way so it can give valuable information to the reader on how to usefully spend his time while being for a short trip to the ancient city of Rome.
  • Canterbury Heritage Mementos  By : Daud1
    Canterbury is based in the South East of England. The city centre has been re-built heavily after severe damage which incurred during World War II where over 700 homes were destroyed alongside 296 various building structures
  • Gloucester's Heritage  By : Nazir2
    Gloucester is a county town and city in the South West of England, standing as the 53rd largest city in the country. The city is a port that is connected from the Gloucester and Sharpness Canal
  • Costa Blanca Sun and Salt Collectibles  By : Go Cielo
    Azure, clear waters, white sand coasts, and sun-drenched skies all make the perfect picture for Spain’s Costa Blanca. A well-liked tourist spot for many holidaymakers, the White Coast is one great beach destination. The northern part of Costa Blanca is bestowed with majestic mountains where local villages are settled, rich vegetations and hidden bay areas while its southern area is lined with char
  • Want to Live Somewhere Other Than the United States? London Properties Are a Great Opportunity  By : Bob Benson III
    Have you been pondering a move around in your mind? Have you thought about living elsewhere other than your living now? Are you craving a change, in location and atmosphere? London Rental Properties might just be the thing for you.
  • THEATRELAND – Discover Entertainment at the West End!  By : Steave Austin
    Theatrical tradition in Britain was introduced by Romans. During the medieval period, Mystery plays and Miracle plays were the two popular forms and both are solely focused on Biblical stories and legends on saints.
  • Braving Wild Costa Brava  By : Go Cielo
    The beautifully rugged Costa Brava coastline stretches from the Girona Coast to the northeastern region of Spain, from the French border of Port Bou ending at Tossa del Mar, north of Barcelona.
  • Old Charms of Benalmadena  By : Go Cielo
    The sunlit skies, cool coastal winds and the rushing beach waters...these are just few of the charms of Benalmádena. When you get to the heart of the city, you’ll realise there’s more to experience in Benalmádena and the beaches are just the perks.
  • Shopping for Antiques in Paris  By : Gerald Robinson
    One of the most exciting things you can bring home to remind you of your trip to Paris is a piece of French history, whether it's a console table, an example of Art Deco pottery, or a 19th century lithograph or book. Paris has a large number of interesting antique shopping districts.
  • Ten Surprising Food Facts About Suffolk  By : Lindsay Chapman
    Themed breaks are a great way of exploring a region. Choose your favourite pastime or subject and undoubtedly you’ll discover more, get a whole new perspective and learn more the locals and the area.
  • Places To Visit In Suffolk  By : Kris Smith
    Suffolk has a rich heritage which can be discovered in many of its historic attractions and heritage sites including:- Framlingham Castle, Leiston Abbey, Sutton Hoo, Kentwell Hall, Palace House (Newmarket) and Otley Hall to mention just a few.
  • Exploring Suffolk  By : Kris Smith
    Suffolk and it’s closeness to London makes it a great place to visit for a week-end or mid-week break. A trip to Suffolk wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Flatford Mill, which can be found on the River Stour close to the Suffolk-Essex border.
  • Monumental Moments in Seville Spain  By : Go Cielo
    Seville is Spain’s financial capital of the south, center of the Andalusia and capital of the province of Sevilla. It rests on the plains of the River Guadalquivir. It also ranks as fourth amongst Spain’s largest metropolitan areas. Seville has a highly favorable Mediterranean climate with a mild winter and very warm summer.
  • Spending Your Holiday in Nerja, Spain  By : Vincent G Berkmans
    50 kilometers away from Malaga and a mere 45 minutes drive on the N340 highway and you will reach Nerja, Spain, an old fishing village known for its Andalucian
  • Weekend – What To Do! Suffolk  By : Kris Smith
    As we brace ourselves against the approach of winter months and our summer holidays and weekends of sailing, golfing, days out at the beach or just lazing in the garden become a distant summer memory, our minds turn to what we can do to get through the winter months.
  • Country Walks In Suffolk  By : Kris Smith
    Why do we all assume that a gym membership is the key to fitness and happiness when in fact a good long walk through open countryside can be just as beneficial.

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