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  • Top 10 Castles to Visit in Europe

    jpellgen/flickr

    ©jpellgen/flickr

    Europe has many castles but the below are maybe the most breathtaking ones.Take a look at the castles of the continent, they are outstanding both because of their beauty and historical heritage.

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  • The Tolerant Copenhagen

    Copenhagen as its finest  ©Dennis Jarvis

    Copenhagen as its finest ©Dennis Jarvis/flickr

     

    The wonderful buildings of the Danish capital reminds us the fact that this country was once a considerable power.

    Despite its history, the Danish capital is a provocative, youthful, free and comfortable city This exceptionally beautiful city gives home not only to many museums, theaters, new danish design, or art galleries but also offers outstanding nightlife.

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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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  • Remote Baltic islands you’ve (probably) never heard of

    Saaremaa, photo by Ekke on Flickr

    Islands like Bali, the Maldives, Fiji and other tropical wonders get all the attention on the travel scene, and even a few islands with temperate climate are quite popular with mainstream travelers as long as they are famous.But what about the scores of islands that are located in parts of the world that are slightly off the beaten path?

    The Baltic Sea is bordered by countries with huge touristic potential, like Denmark, Finland, Sweden or Germany, and sticking to dry land will reward you with amazing sights, but there is a bunch of islands scattered over the pond that are just as worthy of interest. If you want an island holiday that goes beyond the conventional, here are some remote Baltic islands you’ve (probably) never heard of.

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  • The backpacker’s guide to Denmark

    Copenhagen

    Copenhagen

    Like all other countries with a high standard of living, Denmark is not the most affordable travel destination you could find, especially if you are a backpacker constantly strapped for money. But what can you do when the pull of Denmark’s many attraction becomes too strong?

    You visit it on a budget. Backpacking in Denmark is not impossible, and with some careful planning you won’t have to miss out on any of the best parts of the country.

    Backpacking through Denmark will bring you closer to the country’s rich cultural heritage, its effortlessly cools towns and cities and its natural assets. Here’s a backpacker’s guide to Denmark that will help you plan your trip this modern former homeland of vikings.

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  • The creepiest haunted castles in the world

    Leap Castle, photo by Mike Searle

    Hauntings are a matter of debate, but haunted castle are definitely not. Whether or not you believe in such things, there are lots of people in the world who claim that their castles (their personal ones, or just the ones they happen to live near), have some uninvited guests of the supernatural kind.

    It’s not even necessary to believe in ghosts to get a chill down your back when you visit a haunted castle, because the stories themselves are enough to creep you out. These dark and gloomy halls will do their best to satisfy anyone’s obsession with ghouls, and if not, at least you get to scoff at those who are convinced that an errant gust of wind is actually a ghost behind their backs.

    Next time you feel like watching a horror movie, why not go to the real thing and visit some of the creepiest haunted castles in the world?

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  • Crossing the Atlantic – top 5 cruises

    In the golden days of boat travel, at the beginning of the past century, crossing the Atlantic could be an utterly luxurious experience for some, and completely miserable for others, of course.

    But those who had the money and the means to secure a high-end cabin on a passenger liner could look forward to weeks of luxury, complete with elegant dinners, cocktail parties and all that jazz.

    Nowadays, crossing the Atlantic is less popular (thanks to fast planes), but there still are some cruise lines that provide Atlantic crossings for those who feel some nostalgia for the days when crossing the ocean was about glamor (for some). Here are some great ways for crossing the Atlantic – top 5 cruises.

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  • 5 amazing Christmas dishes from around the world

    Ethiopian Doro Wat, photo by stu_spivack on Flickr

    If you love food, then regardless of your beliefs, you probably have a soft spot for Christmas as well. Not because of the presents, decorations or carols, but because Christmastime is the time to bring you delicious recipes that you don’t get the chance to eat all year long.

    Evey country where Christmas is celebrated has its stock of Christmas dishes that are enjoyed during the holiday season. So if you’re planning on spending Christmas traveling, why not check out what kinds of dishes people around the world eat around that time? Here are 5 amazing Christmas dishes from around the world that will definitely give your palate a kick.

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  • Top 5 eco friendly cities in the world

    Copenhagen

    Copenhagen

    We live in a world where pollution is an increasingly serious problem, and at the same time traveling in one’s free time is also far more widespread then in the past thanks to the development of new technologies that allow people to go from one place to another quicker and more safely.

    Luckily, traveling doesn’t necessarily mean more pollution, and there are lots of ways to decrease your carbon footprint and to protect the environment as much as possible. For starters, you could pick travel destinations that are a little bit more concerned with being green than usual – so here are top 5 eco-friendly cities in the world.

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  • The most amazing public pools in the world

    Swimming is fun and healthy, but liking to swim does not mean that one must necessarily like swimming in the sea, a lake, river or some other ‘natural’ body of water. And that’s alright, because unpredictable waves, sudden holes in the bottom of a lake or river, or fast flowing water are not everyone’s cup of tea.

    Luckily for beginners and people who are not all that confident in their swimming skills, there are more than enough pools, private or public, where you can exercise the fine art of swimming, and here’s a list of the most amazing public pools in the world.

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