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  • One Day in Vienna

    The Schonnbrun Palace as its finest  I particularly love the gardens of this place but the entire Palace is exceptionally charming

    The Schonnbrun Palace as its finest
    I particularly love the gardens of this place but the entire Palace is exceptionally charming

    When I planned to come in Austria for a weekend, I decided to revisit Vienna again before heading to Semmering. First thing I thought in my mind was that I should also visit the places in Vienna which unfortunately I skipped, so it was very delightful to experience the other places

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  • Vienna, The City of Music

    Me watching St Stephan's Cathedral at Stephansplatz,Vienna

    Me watching St Stephen’s Cathedral at Stephansplatz,Vienna

    There is something unique in Vienna, It has a charm that few cities have. I personally found the city very delightful and dynamic. It is a destination that you definitely should not avoid. Vienna itself is very beautiful filled with rich history and architecture. In fact all other very beautiful cities from Central Europe like Krakow, Budapest and Prague are one of a kind but Vienna has a glorious past.

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  • Houston to Vienna with Turkish Airlines for $707 r/t

    St Stephen's Cathedral in the heart of Vienna

    St Stephen’s Cathedral in the heart of Vienna

    If you want to visit the main tourist attractions of Vienna in April, you might be interested in the flight deal that our team found you. Book now your Thy Turkish Airline flight from Houston to Vienna from $707 and save 80%! The departure date of this flight is April 15, the return date is April 22 and has one stop.

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  • A cinephile’s European holiday

    Portugal

    Portugal

    Cinephiles looking to explore the locations of their favorite films have an obvious treasure trove in America and Japan, but what about Europe?

    European cities feature frequently in high profile films, but usually as an anonymous substitute for American locations, leaving a cinematic ramble across Europe considerably harder to do.

    With that in mind, here are the best European locations to re-live some of the most iconic moments in European film history.

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  • The most famous luxury hotels in Europe

    photo by chelmsfordblue on Flickr

    Even if you are the kind of hardened backpacker who doesn’t think twice about sleeping under the open sky, you’ve probably dreamed of sleeping in luxury hotels where you’re treated like royalty, where your room has a king-size bed, a minibar stocked with champagne, and room service that’s better than even the fanciest restaurant.

    If you’re willing to pay a pretty penny to stay in a place like this, or if you’re merely considering your options for when you’ll win the lottery, here are some of the most famous luxury hotels in Europe.

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  • The world’s most livable cities, from a traveler’s point of view

    Auckland

    Auckland

    Year after year, The Economist as well as Mercer compile lists of the most livable cities on the planet. If you want to move to another city and you want to make sure that you’ll get better living conditions than at your last home, it’s a good list to consult. But just because a city has a wealth of stuff to buy and services, or because it has good roads and little crime does not mean that they instantly become hot tourist attractions.

    So what are the advantages of visiting the kind of city you’d like to live in? Are they more tourist-friendly than your run of the mill town, or do they only make the tourist’s job harder? Here the pros and cons of visiting the world’s most livable cities, from a traveler’s point of view.

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  • Top 10 historic sites in Europe

    Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik

    Europe hasn’t been around longer than any other parts of the world (despite being part of the “Old World”), but quite a bit of interesting history happened to happen on the continent. Wars, revolutions, political coups and the like have left their mark on Europe, and while many of these places don’t always conjure up happy events, from a historian’s point of view they are quite exciting.

    Visiting the places where history happened is one of the things that no tourist can or should avoid, and the truth is that Europe’s historical sites are every bit worth a trip. So if you are interested in history or if you’d just like to see some interesting places, here are top 10 historic sites in Europe.

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  • The best Christmas markets to visit in 2011

    Vienna

    Vienna

    Christmas is not yet round the corner, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not already time to prepare, especially if you have a pre-Christmas outing in mind.

    If you are always in a pickle when it comes to buying presents, here’s a fun way to take get the chore done and have some fun while at it (and maybe even pick up some goodies for yourself): go to a Christmas market! Large and lavish Christmas markets are the norm in cities where Christmas celebrations are taken particularly seriously, and since most Christmas markets start well before Christmas, you can easily load up on the gifts well in advance, while you’re having a short beginning-of-winter-break. So here are some of the best Christmas markets to visit in 2011.

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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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  • The prettiest pedestrian towns in the world

    Innere Stadt, photo by Cha già José

    Nowadays, the best way to describe a city is ‘urban jungle’, with high rise buildings, huge crowds and of course, countless, noisy cars. Even smaller towns are turning into miniature versions of the big cities and their constant traffic and bustle, but not all of them. In some towns, it’s possible to experience the joy of walking on the street without keeping an eye out for cars.

    The nostalgia for the towns of the past, as well as the preoccupation with health and protecting the environment has lead to a boom in pedestrianized areas in towns and cities, especially in the old centers with historical buildings. So if you feel like taking a relaxing, car-free walk, here are the prettiest pedestrian towns in the world.

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