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[25 BEST & UNIQUE] Things to Do in Dumfries

Courtesy of www.visitscotland.com Dumfries is known as the Queen of the South for a reason. This Scottish market town has long been a favourite of British holidaymakers, with its culture, history, and sports promising something for every traveller. There are literally hundreds – if not thousands – of things to do in Dumfries. There are, …

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A First Timer’s [Beginners] Guide To Climbing Mount Snowdon

Standing at a staggering 1085 meters above sea level, Mount Snowdon is the largest mountain in all of Wales and the 2nd largest in the United Kingdom. It is also one of the most popular. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people venture to Snowdonia National Park, where the mountain is situated. There, they hike …

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[LUXURY For Couples] Where To Stay in Fuerteventura

Although it is the second largest of the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura is often overlooked in favour of its larger counterpart, Tenerife. Tenerife is certainly a great spot for a vacation. However, its immense popularity means you’ll have to spend your holiday surrounded by families. This can become extremely frustrating for couples, who would like to …

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[For Family’s] Things To Do In Matlock Derbyshire

For British holidaymakers planning a staycation, there is no better spot than Matlock. This Derbyshire town has long been a favourite of travellers both young and old. Today, it remains one of the most scenic and tranquil towns in all of Britain. Virtually untouched by globalization and big-market brands, Matlock is home to a host …

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29 Things to Do In Valletta, Malta For Tourists

Every year, the island of Malta attracts 2.6 million tourists. The bulk of these tourists spend their Malta vacation in Valletta. Valletta is Malta’s capital city. It also holds the distinction of being the smallest capital city in the European Union. It comes in at just 0.61 square kilometers! Despite its small size, Valletta offers …

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What’s it Like to Holiday in Asia Compared to Europe?

Many casual travellers avoid holidaying in Asia. This is usually due to a fear of Asian countries differing too wildly from what they are used to in the United Kingdom. Instead, they choose to play it safe and holiday in a European country, such as Spain, Italy, or France. While Europe certainly has a great …

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Best Beaches in Devon and Cornwall [WITH PICTURES]

British people love a good beach holiday. It’s impossible to blame them. After all, is there anything more relaxing than lounging on a sunbed, listening to the ocean with a cocktail in your hand? I’m getting a tan just thinking about it. Sadly, the Covid-19 pandemic has changed travel for the foreseeable future. It has …

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25 MUST DO Things in Hallstatt, Austria

Despite its small size, the village of Hallstatt, Austria is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. In fact, the one million tourists who visit the city every year eclipse its 800 permanent residents! Rich in culture and history, this picturesque village offers plenty of activities for tourists of all kinds. Below, …

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Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Ferry [YOU NEED TO KNOW THIS]

Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are perhaps the most popular of the Canary Islands. Between them, they attract millions of tourists every year. Both islands have a great deal to offer those who visit. As such, many have trouble choosing between the two. If you’re not sure whether you should visit Lanzarote or Fuerteventura on your next …

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10 Reasons Frankfurt Is Known As ‘Little Manhattan’

For the past couple of years, I have had the privilege of travelling the world. My journeys have taken me from dorm room to dorm room, country to country, and continent to continent.  Of the many countries I have visited, there are two that I have spent so much time in that I have come …