Corsica: rugged mountains and wild coasts

Corsica (Corse) is, by size (8,680 km²), the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean sea. This large island is located west of the islands of the Tuscan archipelago (the island of Capraia is located just 30 km from Corsica). While ...

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Chartres: a city rich in art and a splendid Cathedral

Chartres is a town of about forty thousand inhabitants located along the Eure river in north-western France, 95 km south-west of Paris. The city is the capital of the Eure-et-Loir department in the Center-Val de la Loire region. In pre-Roman ...

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Bourges: a majestic Gothic cathedral

Bourges is a town of about seventy-five thousand inhabitants in central France, in the French region of Center-Val de la Loire. Capital of the Cher department, it is located on the Berry Canal, 220 km south of Paris. The city ...

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Loire Valley: the region of the Loire Castles

The Center – Loire Valley is a region of France located in the heart of the country, is located south of Paris, and is made up of the four historic provinces of Orléanais, Berry, Touraine and Anjou. The region is ...

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Brittany: wild coasts, megalithic monuments and castles

Brittany is the westernmost region of France, it occupies a vast peninsula stretching out towards the Atlantic ocean. In the Middle Ages it was an important independent kingdom. The current administrative region does not include the whole territory of the ...

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Nevers: Bernadette’s tomb to which Our Lady appeared

Nevers is a town in central France, in the Burgundy region, in the Nièvre department. Located almost in the center of France, at the confluence of the Nièvre with the Loire, about 260 km south of Paris. The city has ...

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Tournus: one of the most important abbeys in France

Tournus is a small town of about seven thousand inhabitants of central-eastern France. Located in the French region of Burgundy, in the Saône-et-Loire department. The city is located on the bank of the Saone river, in the center of rolling ...

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Autun: imposing Roman remains and a cathedral

Autun is a town of about twenty thousand inhabitants of central-eastern France, in the French region of Burgundy, in the department of Saône-et-Loire. Autun is located on the left bank of the Arroux river, 50 km west of Beaune, and ...

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Burgundy: the region which is the heart of France

Burgundy is a historical region of France, located in the central-eastern part of the country, between the Massif Central and the plain where the Saone (Saône) river flows. The region is the heart of France thanks to its location north ...

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Paris: a city with a unique wealth of monuments

Paris is the capital of France and the capital of the Île-de-France region. The city is crossed by the Seine, and represents the main tourist attraction of France. The city has over two million inhabitants, but its metropolitan area exceeds ...

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Tourist attractions of Tallinn: what to see in Tallinn

Tallin is one of the best preserved Baltic cities. Most of the tourist attractions of Tallinn are located in the medieval old town which keeps its charm intact. There are paved streets, walls, churches and ancient buildings still well preserved. ...

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Copenhagen attractions: what to see in Copenhagen

The visit to the attractions of old Copenhagen can be concentrated even in a single day. Among the fundamental historical attractions of the city, the Latin quarter, the medieval area (Middelalderbyen), the antique street, the old fish market, the old ...

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Itinerary in Holland and Belgium. One week trip

Travel by car. Itinerary in Holland and Belgium. August 3 Itinerary in Holland and Belgium: ITALY – LUCERNE – STRASBOURG 800 km Today our car itinerary begins that will take us to visit Holland, part of Belgium, Paris and Provence. ...

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Bruges museums. What museums to visit in Bruges

The museums of Bruges are numerous and interesting, in particular the group of historical museums called Bruggemuseum. These are six museums in six different locations in historic residences and buildings in the city center. THE BRUGGEMUSEUM The first is the ...

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The attractions of Bruges: what to see in Bruges

The city of Bruges is a wonderful concentrate of tourist attractions and an example of a perfectly preserved medieval old town to the present day. Thanks to this, in 2000 the medieval historic center of Bruges was proclaimed a UNESCO ...

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Christmas markets: an ancient tradition

Christmas is fast approaching and with it also the traditional activities and events that accompany it. The most important and followed events that take place in the period before Christmas are the so-called Christmas Markets. Nowadays the Christmas markets have ...

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How to get to Vienna. Flights to Vienna

Flights to Vienna. Vienna Airport is the Vienna (Schwechat) International Airport (IATA: VIE). The airport is located 18 kilometers southeast of Vienna, and is the main Austrian airport. The airport, with 3 terminals, is the hub of Austrian Airlines. All ...

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Getting around in Vienna: subway and urban transport

The best way to move around the city and admire the beauties of Vienna are public transport such as the underground (Vienna U-Bahn), the tram, the bus and the metropolitan train (S-Bahn). Getting around in Vienna is simple, the city ...

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Tourist attractions of Albania: what to see in Albania

Albania is a mountainous and harsh land located in the heart of the Mediterranean between the Adriatic Sea and the Ionian Sea. The country has seen an important tourist development in recent years, even if it is still an undeveloped ...

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Tourist attractions in Turks and Caicos Islands: what to see

The Turks and Caicos islands are an archipelago of 40 paradisiacal islands located just over an hour’s flight from Florida. The islands extend over 616.3 sq km. These islands are a British overseas territory located southeast of the Bahamas, and ...

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The climate of Bonaire: when to go to Bonaire

The island of Bonaire has a dry tropical semi-arid hot climate, with constant temperatures throughout the year and with minimal variations between the maximum temperatures and the minimum seasonal temperatures. Even between day and night temperatures vary little. Bonaire receives ...

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Bonaire: salt marshes, cactus and coral reef

The island of Bonaire is today a special municipality in the Dutch Caribbean (Caribisch Nederland) and is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Until 2010, the island was part of the Netherlands Antilles (Nederlandse Antillen). Bonaire is located north ...

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The climate of Curaçao: when to go to Curaçao

The island of Curaçao has a hot-dry tropical semi-arid climate, characterized by low rainfall, stable temperatures and good weather during most of the year. The climate of the island is typical of tropical savannas with a short wet season and ...

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Curaçao: the largest of the Dutch Caribbean islands

The island of Curaçao is today a constituent nation of the kingdom of the Netherlands. Until 2010, the island was part of the Netherlands Antilles (Nederlandse Antillen), of which Curaçao is the largest and most populous island (444 sq km). ...

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How to get to Saint Martin. Flights to Saint Martin

Maho Bay, Sint Maarten. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The island of Saint Martin / Sint Maarten has an important international airport which has made it one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean. The airport is located in the south-western part of the island, in the Dutch ...

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Tourist attractions in Jamaica: What to see

Jamaica is a popular destination for beach tourism in the Caribbean. The island is full of green mountains covered with lush vegetation, waterfalls and coasts with beautiful beaches. Jamaica is an island in the West Indies located west of Haiti ...

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Roatan: an ancient pirate lair today a tourist destination

The island of Roatan is the largest of the islands in the Islas de la Bahía archipelago. Located about 50 km north of the Caribbean coast of Honduras, Roatan is located between the islands of Útila and Guanaja. The shape ...

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The attractions of Honduras: what to see in Honduras

Honduras is now known by tourists for some island destinations along the Caribbean coast. Among the most popular attractions in Honduras are the islands of the archipelago da la Bahia (Islas de la Bahía) where the island of Roatán is ...

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Guatemala power plugs and sockets, telephones

GUATEMALA DOCUMENTS Documents: For the tourist entrance in Guatemala is required to possess a valid passport. Even children and minors need their own passport. Visa: not necessary for tourist stays in Guatemala of less than three months. For the documents ...

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Guatemala attractions: what to see in Guatemala

One of the most beautiful countries in Central America, Guatemala has countless attractions for tourists. Tourism in Guatemala is today an important source of income. But the country still has enormous potential and possibilities for tourist development. In recent years, ...

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