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3 UK conferences that offer amazing networking opportunities

Travel isn’t just for holidays – for most high rolling businesspeople, it’s an ideal opportunity to attract more profit. Sometimes these cigar-chomping entrepreneurs are ferrying their freshly laundered suits to a business meeting, shaking hands with overseas associates and signing lucrative contracts that’ll make them millions. In other cases, they’re casting their eyes over a […]

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Keep it clean – travelling with your pet

With the cost of pet boarding on the rise and the availability of trusted, accredited pet carers limited, lots of travellers are choosing to take their furry friends on holiday with them, rather than leaving them at home. There’s an abundance of pet-friendly destinations out there, with many hotels now opening their doors to travellers […]

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Gorgeous green spaces within an hour of London

City breaks are growing in popularity and London remains a destination of choice for many travellers — thanks to its cosmopolitan feel, diverse shopping experiences and places of historical interest. Even during a short metropolitan break, the desire to find some space can be strong, especially when you’re sharing the city with over eight million […]

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Where to find TV show filming locations in London

With movies like Notting Hill, the film premiere event hotspot Leicester Square, and Harry Potter themed tours and shops, it’s safe to say that London is a filmophile’s paradise. But while you’re busy scouting out all the notable movie locations in London (you can see a massive map of them here), you could be walking […]

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Campervan Holidays

Your First Campervan Holiday: Three Things You Shouldn’t Leave Without

According to a report by the Motorhome Group, it seems as though caravan and campervan holidays are having a real resurgence in popularity. Now that people have that little bit more money in their pockets compared to how they were a couple of years ago, families are looking to go on holiday. The only issue […]

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Claude Monet house, Giverny, France

The fairytale garden of Monet

If you are one the people who while admiring a beautiful painting you dreamed of being a part of it, then you have to visit the house and gardens of the famous painter Claude Monet in Giverny province in northern France. The founder of Impressionism and famous for its dreamy landscapes that were reflected in […]

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The Alexander, Lobby

Art and Travels

There are some hotels that are beyond the traditional decoration and sometimes more resemble museums than hotels, while the artwork view is impressive and rare. It goes without saying that staying in such specific areas can only be memorable to the visitor will have the opportunity to stay even for one night. The Alexander Hotel […]

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Jumeirah Mosque

The most popular mosques of the world

Today we intend to do a tour of the world’s most important mosques. Pack your bags and enjoy a spiritual and mystical experience in any of the following scenarios we have listed for you. The Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque (Iran): A genuine work of Iranian culture itself dating from the Safavid dynasty (sixteenth century). It […]

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Vigeland Park Pillar

Oslo | Vigeland Park Historical curiosities

One of the places that most impressed me about my trip to Oslo was undoubtedly Vigeland Park. While I knew that in the Norwegian capital was a place where some peculiar sculptures with realistic human figures were exposed, I did not know it was actually a large outdoor park, one of the largest in the […]

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East Side Gallery Zipper

Berlin | East Side Gallery artistic expression in the old wall

One of the themes of your trip to Berlin is undoubtedly the ancient wall that separated the western part of the city of the German Democratic Republic, which became one of the places to visit in Berlin. But did you know that almost all of the Berlin Wall was torn down immediately from November 9, […]

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