Europe

31 Best Places To Visit in France: Culture, Cuisine, Wine & Nature – USA Travel Article

31 Best Places To Visit in France: Culture, Cuisine, Wine & Nature With so many places to visit in France, it’s no wonder that it has remained one of the most touristed countries on the planet – with over 82 million people visiting the land of food, fashion, romance and wine each year. France is blessed with natural beauty, a rich history, intricate architecture, iconic art, world-class grape-producing vineyards and a deep passion for life. France has long been a…

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An Evening at the Moulin Rouge with Tinggly – dipkiss travels – Couples Travel Article

An Evening at the Moulin Rouge with Tinggly – dipkiss travels The Moulin Rouge is no doubt one of the world’s most iconic showbiz institutions. The world’s most famous cabaret show.The birthplace of the modern form of the can-can dance.One of Paris’ most famous landmarks. Its neon red lights and giant windmill has long symbolized the sensual side of Paris, which was first popularized during Europe’s Belle Epoque period. © Moulin Rouge Official Facebook PageToday, the Moulin Rouge still remains…

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The Pretty Bavarian Town of Kallmunz, Germany – Travel Article

Bavaria may be one of Germany’s best known states to tourists but even it has its little secret spots. The small but picturesque town of Kallmunz has to be one of them. It was only thanks to Regensburg locals that I even heard of this pretty Bavarian town, let alone visited it. We actually visited a few places around Regensburg but for me Kallmünz was the most memorable. Hopefully you’ll soon see why. There’s an expectation that the best places to…

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Lähiretkeilyä Ramsinniemen luonnonsuojelualueen pitkospuilla lehtipuulehtojen katveessa, Helsinki – Finland Travel Article

Lähiretkeilyä Ramsinniemen luonnonsuojelualueen pitkospuilla lehtipuulehtojen katveessa, Helsinki Joskus vuosia vuosia sitten olen käynyt pyöräilemässä Itä-Helsingin Ramsinniemessä Vuosaaren lounaisosassa. Mutta vasta viime viikolla kuulin, että Ramsinniemestä löytyy kaunis ja pieni luonnonsuojelualue, jossa pääsee nauttimaan monimuotoisesta luonnosta pitkospuita pitkin upeiden merimaisemien äärellä.Koskaan aiemmin elämässäni ei ole tullut ulkoiltua ja retkeiltyä näin paljon kuin nyt tämän erikoisen koronkevään aikana. Luonnossa liikkuminen on muutenkin nyt iän myötä noussut entistä tärkeämmäksi henkireiäksi kiireisen arjen keskellä. Monen negatiivisen asian rinnalla koronalla on ollut onneksi paljon positiivisiakin…

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Neighborhoods of Athens in pictures, 50+ HQ photos – Finland Travel Blog – Best Places to Visit in Europe – Finland Travel Article

Neighborhoods of Athens in pictures, 50+ HQ photos – Finland Travel Blog – Best Places to Visit in Europe From street-art in Exarchea to fine-art galleries in Kolonaki, here I have gathered neighborhoods of Athens in pictures.I think the touristic sights aren’t the ones that make you visit twice. It is a city vibe that makes you come back. At this point, I would like to introduce to you the neighborhoods of Athens. They are very distinct, each with its…

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Day Trip Touring The Wieliczka Salt Mine Near Krakow – Retirement Travel Article

Day Trip Touring The Wieliczka Salt Mine Near Krakow The Entrance To The Wieliczka Salt MineBeing so close to Krakow, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a.k.a the Krakow Salt Mine (probably because that’s easier to say and remember), makes for a great side trip from the city. It’s one of the world’s oldest salt mines – established in the 13th century and was still in operation until 2007. At one point in the salt mine’s history, it produced one-third of Poland’s…

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Two Days in Prague – wayfaring nomad – Travel Article

Prague is a picturesque city in the heart of Czechia / Czech Republic, and almost always makes the list of places to visit for many aspiring Euro-trippers. If you have several destinations in that itinerary, you’ll be glad to know that just a couple days is sufficient to take in much of what Prague has to offer (at least at a surface level!). For a bit of geographic context, the city is bifurcated by the Vltava river, with the larger…

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