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Welcome to our site! On these pages you will find useful and unbiased European travel tips written by other travelers with similar interests. You can learn from their travel experiences and share your own, in order to help others learn more about the European locations you've visited.

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  • Ski Vacation with KidsForstau travel tips
    Forstau is ideal for families with small kids. There are some great skischools where you can left your kids from 10am till 3pm. They take care for them (inclusive lunch) and teach them skiing. The teachers are very helpful, friendly and the [...]
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  • ArenaVienna travel tips
    Theres music here for every taste, from punk to raggea you can find here all the old favorites and the new hits. Most of the people are young here and there in live entertainment as well. Usually crowded, or at least it was when I've [...]
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  • PompejanumAschaffenburg travel tips
    If you like history and when you have aqlready been to ancient pompei, you shoudl also visit the Pompejanum at Aschaffenburg. It´s a modern built ancient roman villa, with all the usual euqipment the romans also used. Its worth a visit. [...]
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  • SacromonteGranada travel tips
    There is a wonderful view from Sacromonte over the city. You can find an abbey on the top of the mountain, beautiful 17th century building. What is even more amazing and totally unique about Sacromonte are the the Gipsy's caves - yes, [...]
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  • CatedralSeville travel tips
    The Cathedral is the third largest church and the absolute largest Gothic Church in the world. Its construction was completed in around 1500 and was probably the largest scale projects of the time. The Cathedral is amazing, both from the [...]
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  • Caise D'allocations FamilialesLille travel tips
    If you are a student in Lille, you can apply to CAF (Caise D'allocations Familiales), a form of help provided by the country for anyone that doesn't have a good material status. If you stay at a hostel, they usually cover a part of the cost [...]
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  • OxfordOxford travel tips
    Know how to ride a push bike, as thats what everyone does! [...]
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  • Biking on the Aaron IslandKilronan travel tips
    Make a bike trip through the Aaron Island. On the main island you can rent bikes for that. [...]
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  • Gediminas CastleVilnius travel tips
    It's one of the most popular symbols of Vilnius and even Lithuania. Howerer, just  one tower survided until our days.  It now houses a museum and an observa- tion platform. U can enjoy a a wonderful wiew to the Oldtown while there [...]
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  • Brouwerij 't IJ BreweryAmsterdam travel tips
    I took the guided tour of the Brouwerij 't IJ on a hot Friday afternoon and sampling a beef after that chilled me. The guide showed how beer is brewed and it was really interesting to see the whole process. There was a long bar where [...]
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