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City breaks in central and eastern Europe

City breaks in central and eastern Europe

City breaks are the new big thing for the seasoned traveller. Instead of lounging around pools and sunning themselves on beaches, many holiday makers are now looking for quick holidays where they can indulge in a bit of luxury, culture and shopping. Western European cities such as Paris, Rome and Madrid have been popular for years, but central and eastern Europe has a lot to offer too. Read more →

Fairytale Photographs: Picturing Bruges

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Fairytale Photographs: Picturing Bruges

Bruges is an excellent place to photograph. Located in the northwestern corner of Flemish Belgium, this small city is one of Europe’s most beautiful medieval cities. Here you will find old-fashioned white almshouses along cobbled streets, giving way to canals lined with weeping willows. While the city’s weather may leave something to be desired, Bruges is still a fantastic place to practice taking pictures. Read more →

There’s More to Florida than Disney

There’s More to Florida than Disney

Theme parks and beaches, swamps and alligators, hot clubs and cool hangouts – not for nothing is Florida the vacation capital of the US. With all-year-round sunshine, extraordinary beaches and more attractions than you could shake a stick at, Florida has everything to offer the discerning traveller. Read more →

Find the Real Greece

Despite having a population of only 11 million, Greece punches well above its weight when it comes to holiday destinations.

Possessing both rugged mountains and untouched beaches, its versatility is only matched by the beauty of its surroundings. And, with over 40 years experience in the holiday game, Sunvil have the savoir faire to provide you with an unforgettable experience within its borders. Read more →

Tips to trekking up Mount Kilimanjaro

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Tips to trekking up Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is probably the number one destination for wannabe climbers who want to achieve the highest possible altitude that they can safely, within a short period of time.  There may be other similar challenges offering different angles – such as the two-day ascent of Mt Kinabalu in Borneo, the trek to the ultimate mountain destination, Everest Base Camp in Nepal or even tackling the highest trekking peak of Aconcagua, at nearly 7,000m in Argentina Read more →

Discussion

  • Anil: I find this a little controversial, have you actually ever been to any of these places or have you just researched them? Tibet is an amazing place and anyone who goes there have been privileged. View Post
  • Nomad: I adore Milan, but to me Florence just seems so much nicer. Have you been to Florence? View Post
  • Andrew Simmons: Similarly to the Hollywood Stars Walk of Fame, there is an Asian version in Hong Kong which have various sculptures, such as Bruce Lee. Great post! View Post
  • Doug Plumley: What you've missed out my favorite... San Francisco, an awesome city. View Post
  • Lucy Go: Well that's a short post, you could have written forever just on Paris ;-) View Post

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