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5 Creepy Spots to Spend Halloween in Europe

26-10-2016

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If you’re spending Halloween in Europe, you don’t need to miss out on the excitement and festivities you’re used to back home. Many European cities take Halloween very seriou...

6 Famous Museums in Europe Worth Your Time

12-10-2016

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Europe is in many ways the cultural capital of the world. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the hundreds of diverse museums that populate most of the continent’s cities. Are you...

6 Of The Most Impressive European Cathedrals

14-07-2016

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Europe is home to many of the world’s most spectacular churches and cathedrals. Regardless of your religious affiliations, there’s something quite grand and majestic about these ic...

7 Things To Do In Rome For First-Timers

05-07-2016

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Rome is one of the world’s most recognizable cities, but that doesn’t mean it won’t surprise and overwhelm you from the moment you arrive. You may think you’ve seen it all in the m...

Rome to Venice by train

11-12-2014

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Let’s face it, Rome and Venice are two of the sexiest cities in Europe. There’s the grand Colosseum and modern city life on the one hand and staggeringly beautiful gondolas and can...

Train travel in Italy: a guide

12-09-2014

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Italy is one of Europe’s most compelling destinations. Picture the snow-capped Alps in the north, and the centuries-old vineyards of Sicily. What were once numerous separate ...

To Sicily by a train on a ferry

23-07-2014

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Sicily is the sunny island at the southern tip of Italy. Here you’ll find lush green mountains and white sandy beaches, fried street food and decadent desserts, smoldering volcanoe...

Rome to Florence by train

23-12-2013

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Rome to Florence, by train. You will be hard-pressed to find any two cities that offer more to visitors. Your Eurail pass allows you to make the most of their relative proximity. H...

Train options from Paris to Rome

29-10-2013

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Let’s face it, Paris and Rome are simply two of the glitziest cities in Europe, if not the world. Both are synonymous with great fashion, food, architecture and history, not to men...