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Dolphin and whale watching in Gibraltar

Dolphin and whale watching in Gibraltar

Cadiz can boast of being one of the best located places in Spain given that it is cushioned between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean with an enormous coastline full of impressive beaches and natural landscapes. At the highest point of Tarifa visitors and locals alike can enjoy the generous breezes that blow through the town thanks to the convergence of the winds and seas that are the envy of Europe and the most appealing aspect for surfers in all of Spain and the European continent. more ...

Sitges Beaches: The hottest place to be this Summer

Sitges Beaches: The hottest place to be this Summer

Now that summer is finally here it is time to hit the beach. Spend the day relaxing on the sand, swimming in the ocean. working on your tan and doing a little bit of people watching. With this helpful guide to the beaches in Sitges you will be able to find the perfect place to spread out your towel and enjoy your holiday under the sun. more ...

The Best Malaga Beaches

The Best Malaga Beaches

Málaga is full of great beaches. With agreeably warm temperatures and bright sunshine which invites you to lie down in the sand and relax, it’s no surprise that the coast here is known as the Costa del Sol (“Coast of the Sun”). The beaches in Málaga are very varied: urban, isolated, with fine golden sand, rocky, nudist… meaning that everyone can easily find the beach that looks most like the beach of their dreams.more ...

Joan Gamper Trophy 2014

Joan Gamper Trophy 2014

The Gamper is one of the most well known friendly football mathes. As well as commemorating the history of F.C. Barcelona, is also represents the start of the football season in the Camp Nou and serves as the official presentation of the team in front of their fans. This year the match takes place on the 18th August.more ...

Sintra, a little tourist treasure in Portugal

Sintra, a little tourist treasure in Portugal

No more than 30 kilometres away from Lisbon, you will find Sintra, a charming town that you should definitely visit during your time in the Portuguese capital, especially if you’re looking for a little romantic getaway. Celebrated for its artists, writers and poets such as Lord Byron, and preferred summer destination by the monarchy and nobles in the old days, Sintra has a special appeal and a great wealth of monuments. more ...

Water Parks in the Algarve

Water Parks in the Algarve

Slide & Splash, Aquashow and Aqualand were not the authors of the song “Barbie Girl”. They’re some of the largest waterparks in Europe, and all found in the sunny Algarve, Portugal. With over 300 days of sunshine a year in the Algarve, you might find that Slide and Splash, Aquashow and Aqualand provide a (literally) refreshing change from another day at the beach. In this comparison, we give the lowdown on the Algarve water parks.more ...

Day Trips from Prague

Day Trips from Prague

Once you’ve seen the astronomical clock, braved the crowds on Charles Bridge, wandered through the Jewish quarter and had your umpteenth pint in the Old Town Square. What is there to do in Prague? Well, the first thing that comes to mind is to go on a day trip from Prague. more ...

14th of July, experience a historical day in Paris

14th of July, experience a historical day in Paris

Every July 14th, Paris dresses up in all its finery to celebrate the French National Holiday. It comprises a day with a jam-packed programme of activities to commemorate the Storming of the Bastille which, in 1789, following a bloody shoot-out, was assaulted by the revolutionary Parisians, marking the beginning of the French Revolution. more ...

Museums in Paris: The quirky, sexy and smelly!

Museums in Paris: The quirky, sexy and smelly!

Paris is home to some of the world’s greatest museums, the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay and the Centre Pompidou. However Paris isn’t known as the Museum City for nothing and you’ll find lots of quirky, free and fantastic little museums hidden away in the Parisian back streetsmore ...

Jazzaldia 2014

Jazzaldia 2014

Summer that time of year when there are more music festivals than you can shake a stick at. Rock, electronic, classical, two day, three day, week long you name it there is a festival for it. Now if you like Jazz (Niiiice!), San Sebastian’s Jazzaldia is taking place from the 23rd-27th of July and features a top line-up of national and international jazz artists. more ...

London Summer Music Festivals 2014

London Summer Music Festivals 2014

The grey days are mostly gone, deck chairs and semi clad office workers on their lunch break can be seen in the London parks. Summer has come to London. It’s also the time for London’s Summer Music Festivals. Forget heading out into the English country side this summer stay in London and enjoy London’s Best Festivals.more ...

Venice: A Photo Journal

Venice: A Photo Journal

Venice is more than just a small archipelago joined by bridges and separated by canals. It has a special relationship with water, well more than just water, there is also carnival, bridges, stately palaces and mansions and much more you simply can’t find in other cities. These photos of Venice capture the essence of ‘La Serenissima’. more ...

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