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How to spend a lot more time in sunny Europe

I bet you’ve spent a huge amount of time in Europe over the years. It’s got to the point where you’re sick and tired of Britain. Maybe you can’t move abroad due to work commitments, but you can still visit the continent on a more regular basis.

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25th May 2018
Milton Grimes
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The best holiday experience awaits you in Algarve, Portugal

Algarve- the pearl of Portugal

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14th Apr 2018
Rono Bens
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The Devil's Bridge and the Castello della Badia in Vulci

The Ponte della Badia, also called the Devil's Bridge, is an imposing structure that shows different construction phases. The name Ponte del Diavolo was given by the population in the Middle Ages, as for the belief of the time (unaware of the Roman and Etruscan sizes) only the Devil was able to build such a bridge with arches so high and wide.

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4th Apr 2018
Curioso Errante
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Pitigliano (Italy) - the heart of the tuff area

In the area between Tuscany and Lazio, called Area del Tufo, due to the abundance of this material, there is still a fascinating and mysterious territory, still hardly beaten by mass tourism. In this area there are some historical centers that leave amazed for their beauty, and one of these is Pitigliano.

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4th Apr 2018
Curioso Errante
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The Best Senior Holidays for 2017

The hidden gems which are becoming favourite holiday locations for the over 50s

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15th May 2017
James McAlister
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Beauty spots to visit in France this Spring

With Spring fast approaching, I look at where you can go in France for a relaxing and peaceful break.

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17th Nov 2016
Dennis Star
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Finding your way through a French flea market

Ever wondered what it is like in a French flea market? In this guide, I run through all you need to know.

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12th Sep 2016
Dennis Star
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Enjoying a Romantic Getaway in Dubrovnik for Older Couples

Romance is an integral part of any relationship. As an old couple, relighting the old flame is something worth undertaking once in a while. One of the ways you can get to do this, is by visiting Dubrovnik, the old town of Croatia.

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2nd Aug 2016
Alex Jacob Slash
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5 Fun things you can do in Sibenik if you are over 50

In here I explain why you should visit Sibenik and why it is an extremely friendly city for everyone.

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20th Jul 2016
Lana Omelic
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Best Things to do in Belgrade for Seniors

Belgrade’s many entertainment and adventure opportunities are geared to the younger set, but there are equally a number of options for fitness-conscious seniors who are seeking recreational thrill beyond rides and cartoon characters.

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3rd Jan 2016
Goky Brkic
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Top 6 things you need to see in Dubrovnik

When people talk about visiting Europe, they usually go for the already worn out cities like Paris, Rome, Venice... These are cities that get numerous tourist visits every day of the year and you can barely take a picture of yourself without another tourist taking one of his own inside yours, "photobombing" you in the process. Well, lucky for you, there is a hidden gem called Dubrovnik, located in Dalmatia region of Croatia, right next to the Adriatic Sea.

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11th Nov 2015
Alex Morgan
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Beauties of Split and its area

Sometimes words are not enough to describe a thing or place. This is the case with Split - a centuries-old city settled on the shore of Croatia in region known as Central Dalmatia. A one would need all his senses to see, feel and utterly experience all the history, culture and liveliness Split embodies. But let's not forget to mention the beauties of its area; it shouldn't be neglected for any reason. Some smaller cities, but rich in versatile tourist offer can be found there.

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27th Jun 2015
Goky Brkic
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Top 10 Cafes to Visit Around Europe

Simon Chiswell, owner of prestigious coffee brand Chiswells of London shares his top coffee shops around Europe.

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21st May 2015
Ross Tavendale
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A Quick Look at Best Cocktail Bars in London

Cosmopolitan? Sex on the beach? Dry Martini? Three types of rum with a dash of pineapple, elder flower garnished with enticing lavender foam? Or possibly your taste buds just want to sip a happy hour monitor?

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29th Apr 2015
Lana Marshall
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Explore The Beauty Of The Northern Croatian Coast

Get to know the beautiful northern coast of Croatia, which is, in my opinion, a little less presented to the world, than the southern one.

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12th Feb 2015
Andrea Stelar
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Consider Sailing Holidays in Croatia

Croatian coast will conquer you with ease. Something that needs to be experienced sooner rather than later.

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26th Jan 2015
TanyaAE
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Reasons Why You Should Visit Ibiza This Summer

Ibiza isn't usually the first place you think of when you start to plan a relaxing summer holiday, however the White Island has a lot more to offer than first meets the eye.

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30th Jul 2014
Ross Tavendale
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To France in search of WW1 poet Wilfred Owen

A weekend in northern France to visit the Maison Forestiere house where WW1 poet Wilfred Owen stayed before he fought his final battle. Then on a walk in his footsteps to the place where he died and his final resting place in a British War Cemetery in the village of Ors.

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10th May 2014
Zoë Dawes
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Experiencing All the Breathtaking Beauty Norway has to Offer

The best way to experience one of the most impressive countries of natural scenery in the world: Norway.

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18th Dec 2013
Sue Stelling
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Last minute short haul Christmas getaways

If you’re getting bored of the same Christmas day routine of turkey dinner, the Queen’s speech and falling asleep in your armchair by 4pm, you may want to consider getting away this Christmas. Many places in Europe are only a short flight away and boast some of the best Christmas destinations in the world, from authentic markets and magical lighting displays to traditional foods, festivals and fantastic shopping.

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24th Dec 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Tuscany’s hidden gems

There are some areas of beautiful Tuscany that are often forgotten which offer spectacular scenery and calm contemplation away from the hustle and bustle of the major cities

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28th Sep 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Insider’s Guide to Corfu

Jo Simmons lived and worked in Corfu for 10 years and is a true expert on all that this beautiful island has to offer. Here’s her insider’s guide to Corfu, complete with some top tips and off-the-beaten-track ideas.

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28th Aug 2012
Laura Wilkins
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A Sicilian adventure

Located off the tip of Italy’s toe Sicily is a concentrated distillation of history, architecture and gastronomic delights, where mountain ranges jostle for supremacy, incandescent volcanoes light up the night skies and the sea has sculpted a coastline of stunning variety and beauty. Here’s a pick of some of the best activities for travellers when visiting this unique and often remarkable island.

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24th Aug 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Thinking of a ski break with the family this Easter?

The Easter break offers a final opportunity to indulge in a family ski holiday with children and grandchildren outside of term time. However, as the season presses on, not all resorts offer great snow cover, so you need to pick wisely to ensure you’re not disappointed.

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29th Mar 2012
Laura Wilkins
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Holiday or Permanent Living on the Costa Blanca, Spain

We have just returned from a lovely over 55's resort near Benidorm that offers superb accommodation, fine food, excellent facilities and entertainment, a full social life and 24/7 medical cover. Ciudad Patricia.

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18th Nov 2011
Tony Carter
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Spring break

spring break is not only for the MTV watching youngsters in the US

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25th Feb 2011
Jay Carter
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Holiday time

Make a romantic gesture with a cheap holiday, I am all heart - and they said romance is dead

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13th Jan 2011
Jay Carter

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