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Guide to Shopping in Paris

Guide to Shopping in Paris

Paris is home to some of the world’s finest fashion houses – but the best-dressed women know that sometimes, truly timeless pieces lie hidden away from the beaten track. While the masses flock to Avenue des Champs-Élysées to get their retail therapy fix, Paris’ city centre hides a trail of vintage treasure troves. Take a...
Tour de France - Riders of the lost Arc

Tour de France – Riders of the lost Arc

Riders of the lost Arc The iconic Arc de Triomphe is just a short ‘promenade’ from the equally iconic Radisson Blu Champs Elysées, Paris (previously the headquarters of Louis Vuitton, no less), with many of the hotel’s rooms offering a view of arguably the most famous monument in Paris. Construction of the arch began in...
Beaches in Split, Croatia: The Best Way to Enjoy the City

Beaches in Split, Croatia: The Best Way to Enjoy the City

If you can’t decide between a city break and a beach holiday, head straight to Split. Just a short walk from the buzzing city centre you’ll find gorgeous stretches of golden sands, lapped by the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea. Croatia’s second largest city is a cultural hub that dates back to the ancient...
6 Hidden Shopping Passages in Paris

6 Hidden Shopping Passages in Paris

When going to the shopping mekka of Paris, you should definitely visit some of the 18th and 19th century hidden shopping passages. The fashion metropolis of Paris has developed a lot during the decades in many ways but especially when it comes to shopping venues. Although Paris glimmers with exciting and modern boutiques and malls,...
Life Savers

Life Savers

Life savers Hotels are like mini worlds – they are places where, eventually, everything happens. And sometimes the things that happen can be pretty dramatic. In 2014 in Bucharest, Romania a guest was swimming with her friends in the hotel pool when she lost consciousness. Unfortunately, none of her friends noticed as she sank to...
The Best Festivals in Belgium this Summer

The Best Festivals in Belgium this Summer

Belgium is one of the most exciting countries to visit in Europe if you like music festivals. The country is famous for its many festivals – the well-organized festivals with great line-ups attract a lot of visitors from all over the world during the Belgium summer. This year, the Rock Werchter Festival, Belgium’s biggest rock...
Our Pick of Tour Guides in Brussels

Our Pick of Tour Guides in Brussels

When faced with a whole new city to explore, you may need some pointers as to where to head first. Whether you want to see the celebrated sights of Brussels or discover a few hidden gems, a guided tour can provide the ideal introduction to the unknown. There’s always something going on in Brussels –...
Walk Your Dog in One of Stockholm's 26 Parks

Walk Your Dog in One of Stockholm’s 26 Parks

Stockholm’s 26 parks make it one of the greenest capitals in Europe. If you’re travelling with a canine companion in tow, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to walks that both you and your dog will love. Sweden is considered to be one of the most dog-friendly countries in the world, so there’s...
Top 5 attractions in Aarhus, Denmark

Top 5 attractions in Aarhus, Denmark

Whether you prefer museums, historical buildings, amusement parks or beautiful gardens, Aarhus has it all. Denmark’s second largest city is a perfect summer destination for you and your family. Here is a guide to the city`s 5 most popular attractions. Den Gamle By – The Old Town Museum This open-air museum of urban history and...
Afternoon Tea in Paris

Afternoon Tea in Paris

From café au lait to salons de thé, find out why Paris is a must-visit for the discerning tea drinker by passing an afternoon in one of its iconic tea rooms. With both illustrious institutions and quirky hidden gems, there’s something for fans of everything from gunpowder green to good old-fashioned builder’s tea. The French...
Map of Attractions at Lake Constance, St. Gallen

Map of Attractions at Lake Constance, St. Gallen

From the fairytale castles of southern Germany to the alpine crests of Switzerland, a journey around Lake Constance is the ideal introduction to life among the mountains of central Europe. This immense body of water ripples over the borders of three different countries, with the lakeside communities of each nation boasting charming historic sites and...
Visit the 'Be Democracy' exhibit at Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo

Visit the ‘Be Democracy’ exhibit at Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo

At the Nobel Peace Center’s new exhibition ‘Be Democracy’ you can learn about social media’s impact on changing societies and challenging power. How do you use your voice? Facebook is seen as the mere symbol of social development online. In October, 2012, the company reached one billion active users. Figures from Facebook Newsroom tell us...
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