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Amsterdam is undoubtedly one of the most well-known cities in the world. This famous Dutch destination is a popular spot for people who want to spend their time unwinding and relaxing within the city. Amsterdam may have been known for its red light districts or legal use of cannabis—which may cause families to think twice before heading here—but this should not hinder people to come and visit the place because there is a wide variety of clean and fun holiday activities and destinations that can be found here. [click to continue…]

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Every time you go to a new city you try and gather as much information as possible…where to stay, how to get there, what places to visit, where to eat, etc. Also, another thing experienced travelers usually do is get informed about what areas to avoid. However, there are times when you just couldn’t find enough information about a certain city, you forgot or you got lost. So, how do you know you’re in the bad part of town? Dangers are different from area to area, country to country or city to city. [click to continue…]

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Around 200 people (205 at the 2009 census) live on the Aogashima volcanic island in the Philippine Sea. The island is part of the Izu archipelago, being administered by the city of Tokyo as part of the Hachijo Subprefecture. Located 220 miles south of Tokyo and 45 miles south of the nearest populated island, Aogashima is the most isolated populated island in the archipelago and is also considered the least populated municipality in Japan. [click to continue…]

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Located in the middle of Karakum desert in Turkmenistan (former Soviet Union), the crater near the Derweze (Darvaza) village is famous all around the world as “The Door to Hell” and it’s not hard at all to figure out why, because this 80-foot (25 meters) deep and 230-ft (70 meters) wide hole is home to an extremely odd phenomenon, burning for more than 40 years. So what exactly happened over there? [click to continue…]

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The World’s Most Beautiful Subway Stations

Whether it’s called subway, underground, U-bahn or metro, underground trains is perhaps the most popular public transportation in big cities all around the world. By taking the subway you usually get rid of one of the biggest problems faced by large cities today, which is horrible car traffic. However, even though you get to your destination a lot faster, for tourists, they clearly aren’t as attractive as surface transport, because you can’t actually see anything. And who wants to go somewhere without being able to enjoy the place? But there are some places in the world where the subway itself is an attraction, because there are some stations that simply make you say “Wow!”. Let’s take a look at some of them, considered by many the most beautiful subway stations in the world. [click to continue…]

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Golf and Dinner in The Algarve

If you are taking all inclusive holidays in Portugal then a visit to the Algarve is a must. Why? For three very good reasons: sun, golf and food. It’s the holy trinity of any trip to the Algarve.

Portugal’s southernmost province reaches an average temperature in September of 26 degrees (22 in October), and it is fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for holiday-makers that want to abandon the Autumn weather and head for warmer climes. [click to continue…]

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Three weeks in Ireland

This spring, in May to be more precise, I had the chance to live in Ireland for about three weeks. My cousin and a few friends are involved in an online start-up and they were there on business so I decided to visit them and catch a break after a rough period of my life. So there I was, on May 12, landing in Dublin, [click to continue…]

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Top Stag Party Destinations: Manchester

The home town of The Smiths, Oasis, The Stone Roses, and world class football teams, Manchester United and Manchester City, Manchester is a top destination for stag parties. A bloke’s haven, the city is jam packed with fab bars, pubs, clubs and a ton of daytime activities. [click to continue…]

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Spending holidays in Dubai

Dubai Holidays

Dubai has transformed itself from a desert outpost to one of the most important economic centres in the Middle East. As a result, the city has become an increasingly popular tourist destination. Holidays in Dubai offer a mix of old world markets and contemporary architecture, sunny beaches and sprawling shopping centres, imposing skyscrapers and world class museums. [click to continue…]

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