5 unusual adventures to go on in Umbria

Umbria makes a fantastic choice for those wanting to explore a beautiful part of Italy but in an area which is somewhat quieter than the more popular regions such as Tuscany or Sicily. But away from the hilltop medieval towns, rolling vistas and vineyard, we take a look at some of the more unusual adventures…

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VDNH: a celebration of Soviet Russia

Located in the Ostankinsky District of Moscow, to the north of the city centre, VDNH lies less than a kilometre from Ostankino Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in Europe. Originally opened in August of 1939, and with a major impetus to revive the area since 2014, this ‘Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy’ is…

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5 Greek experiences to transform you

In 2016 and 2017, we noticed the rise of experiential travel as the leading trend across countries and generations, where vacationers were looking for ways to blend in with native cultures, interact with the locals, become insiders and feel much more than a tourist. This year, industry leaders are pointing towards a new shift, that…

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5 ways to unwind in Canterbury

By Jennika Argent on Jun 21, 2018 in Accommodation, Attractions, Europe, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Regions, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe My trips in the UK are few and far between, but I’m always pleasantly surprised by how beautifully manicured England can be and Canterbury is no exception. Aside from its grand…

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5 of the most amazing al fresco dining experiences around the world

By Claire Powell on Jun 29, 2018 in Africa, Australia, Chile, Europe, Featured, Food and Drink, Going Out, Iceland, Morocco, Oceania, Regions, Restaurants, South America, Travel Miscellany, Western Europe, Zambia When the weather is fine there’s nothing better than getting outside and enjoying your surroundings: the only added extra you need is some delicious local…

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10 reasons to visit Switzerland’s Poschiavo

By Michael Edwards on Jun 16, 2018 in Accommodation, Attractions, Europe, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Regions, Switzerland, Travel Miscellany, Western Europe With a beautiful valley, serene lake and small-town charm Poschiavo is some package. The North – South valley, a finger of Switzerland, is surrounded by Italian mountains. Italian language, a love of…

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5 sizzling Summer festivals in Malaga, Spain

Already the summer season beckons. Especially here on the southernmost Mediterranean coast of Andalusia, the sun over Malaga province begins to intensify as the longest day approaches. And though the sun blazes a scorching path throughout summer, nothing in Malaga sizzles so much as the festivals between spring and autumn. Every village, town and city…

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