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The Top-Five Things to Do in Cheltenham in 2013

Cheltenham Spa is one the most picturesque and well-loved towns in the UK. Set in the county of Gloucestershire it is a stone’s throw from the Cotswolds, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Cotswolds are easily explored by walking the Cotswold Way, while the town itself holds a number of exciting events and is […]

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The Essential Guide To Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of Holland’s main cities, a place known for its canals, museums and large parks. In this city there are beer museums, sex museums and many coffee shops where locals and visitors can try space cakes. Museums The city has many museums. Most of the museums are located in Museumplein, an area near […]

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Get a Taste of History in Cyprus

The Mediterranean island of Cyprus is steeped in history, making it the perfect holiday destination for anyone who loves exploring historic sites. Getting around the tiny island is simple, too, particularly for visitors staying in the coastal city of Paphos, as they can rent vehicles from a Paphos car hire company and explore Cyprus at their […]

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5 Must-Visit British Battlegrounds For The Traveling History Buff

England is the largest nation of the four nations that make Great Britain. It is one of the most economically stable countries in the world. This is evident from the previous engagements that England under the banner Great Britain have taken part in the past and won. Britain has always taken the bull by its […]

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Home Is Where The Art Is: 6 Museums You Must Visit In The UK

Who told you that you have to travel to mainland Europe to enjoy fine arts and museums? You don’t have to look abroad for cultural diversion. Everything you need is right at hand, within the borders of the United Kingdom. Here’s a list of my favorite must-see museums located on the land of Her Majesty […]

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Sights to see in Krakow, Poland

Krakow, Poland’s second-largest city, doesn’t just offer a beautiful cityscapes, historical buildings and monuments. There are many fascinating sights to see in Krakow, including a 700-year-old salt mine, Saint Mary’s Church, Oskar Schindler’s Enamelware Factory, Royal Chambers, and the Remuh Cemetary. Salt Mine The Salt Mine is located just outside of Krakow’s city center in […]

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