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  • Facts About The Migrant Crisis

    Pro Refugee march in Vienna, Austria, 31 August, 2015 @The Apex Archive

    Pro Refugee march in Vienna, Austria, 31 August, 2015 @The Apex Archive

    Europe is on the midst of the biggest migration crisis since World War II. Although its background can be traced back earlier on, three, four, even more than five years maybe, the situation began to double this year, especially this summer.

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  • Top Unesco World Heritage Site Villages in Europe

    The picturesque Maltese fishing village of Marsaxlokk ©Sergiu_TM/flickr

    The picturesque Maltese fishing village of Marsaxlokk ©Sergiu_TM/flickr

    Europe is noteworthy for its fascinating fairy tale like villages. Each country has its own exemplary hamlets which have their own characteristics and background. I must admit that it was extremely hard for me to choose the best ones cause really, there are so many charming villages to visit. I will show you some of the best villages.

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  • The Charismatic Prague.

    Prague as it's finest

    Prague as it’s finest ©Jiuguang Wang

    It is said that Prague lies in the very heart of Europe. The Czech Capital is known for being one of the most visited capitals in Europe alongside London, Paris, Istanbul, and Rome. It’s renowned for having a spectacular, well preserved and extensive historical center.

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  • The Czech Republic as a medical travel hotspot

    Doctor at surgery

    Doctor at surgery ©Vishal Kapoor/Flickr

    As some other Central and Eastern European countries, the Czech Republic had also become a very popular medical travel destination in the last years. According to Pravo, a Czech daily newspaper, foreigners spend millions of dollars in the country on various medical  services.

    The most popular procedures for medical tourists in the Czech Republic include plastic surgeries, assisted reproduction and surgical treatment of obesity. Most of the foreign patients are from Western Europe and Russia, but US citizens also started to discover the country.

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  • The best small towns in Europe

    Wengen, photo by suedtirol.altoadige on Flickr

    Is the fast-paced life on mega-cities starting to grate on your nerves? The best remedy is a trip to urban spaces where people don’t mind slowing down for a bit, where you can still stop and smell the flowers, and the sky is visible without being obstructed by hundred story tall sky scrapers.

    Despite having its fair share of modern cities, old Europe retains much of its classic charm, especially if you spend some time in small towns that combine the peaceful atmosphere of the countryside with all the cultural and historical attractions that you would find in larger cities. Wind down and enjoy life’s small pleasures in some of the best small towns in Europe.

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  • Festivals to travel for: The Burning of the Witches in the Czech Republic

    Prague

    Prague

    Officially, the Czech republic has only been around for less than two decades, but never let it be said that it doesn’t have enough history and traditions to fill an entire library. In one form or another, the Czech Republic has had a pretty important role in European history, so its attractions are not only natural, but historical as well.

    The cities and towns of the Czech Republic are rich in culture, but they are the kind of destinations where you can easily spend your day sightseeing and still find some nice venues where you can go out and party 21st century style in the evening.

    However, one of the most fun things a traveler can do in the Czech Republic is attend one of the countless festivals and fairs that happen almost monthly. Read on to find out more about one of the Czech festivals to travel for: the Burning of the Witches in the Czech Republic.

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  • The best Eastern European spa destinations

    Sofia

    Sofia

    Spas are travel destinations for those who want nothing to do with anything that could be exhausting. After all, the whole point of going to a spa is to lie about, doing nothing, while you get slathered with treatments and massaged until you come out looking like a new person.

    Eastern Europe, on the other hand, is where people go in search of adventure and new experience, for hiking and exploring natural wonders, to absorb the culture and try the cuisine.

    But Eastern Europe and spas are actually a great combination – there are loads of new and old spas in Easter Europe that can offer you the same luxuries as any other spa in the world, and most of the time for much less money. Here are some of the best Eastern European spa destinations.

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  • The weirdest bone churches in the world

    Capuchin Crypt, photo by John Mosbaugh

    If you’re a Christian, or even if you have ever visited a church in passing, your image of what a church should look like probably involves mostly neat rows of pews, stained glass windows projecting colorful lights on stone floors, and religious paintings depicting people with benevolent expressions.

    Well, you can forget about all of this if you plan on visiting a bone church. Bone churches, common mostly in Europe but encountered in other parts of the world, make great travel attractions if you are not squeamish about human bones used as decorations. So give yourself a few delicious chills and visit some of the weirdest bone churches in the world.

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  • Top 5 New Year’s Eve parties to watch out for in 2011

    Montreal

    Montreal

    There are less than three months left until New Year’s Eve, but many would-be travelers have already started planning for their end of year getaway. There will be no shortage of cool parties to attend in 2011, but if you don’t want to spend the New Years at home and you feel like traveling somewhere to drink your champagne and count down, it’s never too soon to start thinking about where you want to go.

    Choosing a destination as early as now is not a bad idea, considering that you might find some dirt cheap deals that will make the New Year’s party so much easier on your wallet. So here are the top 5 New Year’s Even parties to watch out for in 2011.

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  • A backpacker’s guide to Prague

    Prague, beautiful and mighty

    Prague, beautiful and mighty

    The capital of the Czech Republik is the most widely known tourist attraction in the country, and rightly so. Prague is not only the most beautiful city in the Czech republic, but one of the most amazing ones in Europe. Prague architecture, its nightlife, cultural life and whole atmosphere are powerful tourist magnets, and few people can resist visiting it (and revisiting it) when in Central Europe.

    And the good thing about this city is that it is very budget friendly, so backpackers can easily visit it without worrying about their funds. So if you’re a backpacker planning on visiting Central Europe, here’s a backpacker’s guide to Prague.

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