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A Guide to Egypt's Holiday Cities  by: Joanne Hensman
When you're looking to take a luxury holiday in Egypt, you're certainly not short of choice. The country has so much to see that you'll probably not want to limit yourself to just one city, but where..
Do i need a visa to enter Egypt for a 2 week holiday?  by: answers.yahoo.com
A Short Guide to Having Fun in Italy (Budget)  by: Jacob Fiennes
The best time to go to Italy could well be, well, anytime. In reality the best time is between April and June as the flood of school holidays hasnt yet hit the roads, the countryside is at its..
Traveling To Eastern Europe  by: Gary Granai
Eastern Europe offers you many opportunities to see parts of the Old World that have not been spoiled by Western commercialism. There are lakes, forests and cultures that have not yet been..
Italy - Naples Attractions  by: Lucia Mancini
A positive outcome of the mess caused by the trash emergency is what has been called a rebirth of Naples Italy and the new and old attractions of this city. Naples has its problems, no doubt, but..
Information on Germany  by: Joshua Spaulding
To start I would like to say that most people are right, Germany is a GREAT place to visit. I heard on the radio the other day that over 4 million Americans visited Germany in 2005 and to be honest..
Best Bicycle Touring in Italy  by: Alison Addy
Italy Tour for a Lesson in Italy Culture Italy is a beautiful country to visit as well as being historical. You'll see sites and buildings that go back for many centuries. It's a picture of heritage..
Amsterdam, Netherlands  by: Diliff
The canals of Amsterdam
Cappadocia, Turkey  by: Dr D L Boone
Brilliant - A potted history, excellent, practical advice and some travel tips on how to get there. Any suggestions on where to stay - I'm looking for a good hotel - best available close to the..
A Country within a Country: Travel to Barcelona, Spain  by: Frank Johnson
The distinctive regional culture of Barcelona is largely due to geography and a plentitude of national pride and elitism. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, one of Spain's 17 semi-autonomous..
Teaching English in Greece (Work)  by: Emmanuel Mendonca
By Emmanuel Mendonca The employment situation can be quite uncertain for newcomers to Greece and therefore many people choose to try teaching English as a foreign language, on a full or part-time..
A Tourists Guide to Munich Germany  by: Thomas Smith
Even though Munich is only the third largest city in Germany it still has a lot to offer residents and tourists alike. Over 1.3 million people live in Munich, and thousands of tourists travel through..
Travel Smart to the Middle_East  by: Lydia Evdoxiadi Verniory
Tourism in the Middle East is developing rapidly. Its deeply routed successive civilisations have left their imprint making this area of the world one of the major tourist destinations. The Middle..
Top Five Tourist Activities In France  by: Jim Roberts
When it comes to tourist destinations, France is among the top countries in the world, a position it has enjoyed for years, stretching back really into centuries. The combination of arts, history,..
Eurostar Beats the Ferry (Train, Europe)  by: Clive West
Eurostar is definitely our preferred means of crossing the English Channel. We have had to make the road trip from Italy to England (via France) a number of times over the last few years and, during..
Valencia Spain - Land of Orange Groves  by: Linda Plummer
By Linda Plummer Capital of the Comunidad Valenciana this vibrant city is famous for being the place where El Cid (Spain´s national hero) fought against the Moors. Situated close to the..
Hot Cold Helsinki, Finland  by: Iuri Tarabanov
Combination of modern and ancient buildings – that is the visage of the capital of Finland. We will begin the sightseeing of the city with the monument to Jean Sibelius. It is one of the..
Dubai  by: Damian Sofsian
Originally a small fishing settlement, Dubai was taken over in the 18th century by a branch of the Bani Yas tribe led by the Maktoum family who still rule the emirate today. At that time the usual..
Centre of International Studies: Oklahoma to Oktyabrsky, Belarus  by: Will Loudner
A couple of years ago I got in touch with a woman from Belarus. I had just gone through a divorce and was looking for someone a little different, so I went there to meet her. Though nothing came of..
Holidays: Try an English Country Cottage  by: Claire Calo
With so much history, culture and heritage, visitors cannot help but fall in love with these holiday properties that have been sympathetically built of locally sourced stone and designed to offer..
Why UK Travellers Are Turning Towards Short Break Rail Getaways For Their Holidays (Train)  by: Andrew Regan
According to UK rail holiday specialist company, Great Rail Journeys (GRJ), 40,000 Britons take package rail holidays every year. Whether the change in attitudes is due fear of flying, or simply a..
Beautiful Hotels in Florence, Italy - Writer:_Travel_Expert  by: Travel Expert
Florence is an amazing destination to enjoy romance. Featuring Italian surroundings, peaceful ambiance, and superb scenery, the city will surely make everyone benefit from a dreamlike vacation...
Europe Travel Planning - Fly To Europe At Low Charges (Budget, Train, Flights)  by: Jasons Born
A holiday trip to Europe is fun and full of zest. Planning is the initial part of holiday. It is always essential and rewarding collating information concerning holiday destinations and accessories..
A Guide for your Tenerife Holiday (Spain)  by: Harry Lawrance
Tenerife is the largest of the seven Canary Islands off the north-west coast of Africa and attracts roughly 3.5 million tourists every year. The island is serviced by two airports, Los Rodeos in the..
Why Do People Love to Spend Vacation in Gran Canaria, Spain?  by: Caroline Hawthorn
If you decide to embark on the Canary Islands vacation, be prepared to be transported into the land of paradise, a melting pot of cultures and races with its diverse traditional and historical..
British Citizenship Test (UK)  by: Lee Smith
British Citizenship Test, also referred to as Life in the UK Test, is highly important for those who wish to apply for UK settlement or citizenship, which is sometimes also known by such names as..
Skiing in Bansko, Bulgaria   by: Mal Keenan
Beautiful mountains. Quaint villages. Europe is filled with sights that delight tourists and locals alike and non more beautiful than Bansko, Bulgaria. Bulgaria in general is both beautiful and..
Spring In Les Baux De Provence, France  by: K Paulin
Spring is definitely in the air and few places on Earth are as breathing taking as Provence, as the flora is beginning to bloom, the birds are nesting and new life is being born, and the sun is..
Relax and Travel to Spain - it has Much to Offer  by: Walter Patrick
Spain is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe with a great mix of beaches, history and a friendly welcome from the locals. Major international airports such as Barcelona, Madrid and..
Riga, Latvia (Europe)  by: Hannah Rollmaker
As both the capital and the largest city in Latvia, Riga commands quite a presence in the Baltic region. Only St. Petersburg and Stockholm have a population higher than Riga's eight hundred..
Re: Travel to Ukraine  by: Bill Douglas
In five trips to Ukraine (4 to Kiev and 1 to Odessa), I've used the internet to make arrangements with three different apartment rental agencies. The people at Kievhotelservice.com provided the best..
Train Travel to Andorra (Europe)  by: Barry Sheppard
There are no trains in Andorra, but instead a bus route to link it with France. Visit the Andorrabus website for timetable and fares. To travel by train to Andorra you should use French trains. To..
7 Things You Shouldn't Forget To Pack When Travelling To Ireland  by: Mairead Foley
Warm clothes and shoes- Ireland has a moist climate and it can be windy, which when combined makes it feel cooler. The Gulf Stream means we have a very moderate but unpredictable climate. So packing..
History Of Poland  by: Max Bellamy
Poland has a unique history, as it has been the center stage of the clash of western and the communist interests. The monarchy in Poland came to an end in 1795 when the country was into between..
The Size of Temple Mounts  by: Gail Cohen
If the only temple mount that comes to mind when the topic is broached is Jerusalem, you may be surprised to learn that these sacred summits are everywhere. Some are small, humble temples atop..
Amsterdam: An Experience You Will Not Forget (Netherlands)  by: John Gibb
Mention Amsterdam, and you get a certain reaction – drugs, red light districts are the first things that come to mind. There’s a lot more to Amsterdam than that, though, as you’ll see if you go..
Teaching English to Adults in Spain (Work, Languages)  by: Andy De Ronda
Spain is one of the most exciting countries to live in with a rich cultural blend of Romans, Romans, and Moors creating a way of life the envy of most of Europe. It is no accident that more than 5..
Discover 7 Important Tips on How to Relocate to France  by: Benny Horowitz
Here are 7 important tips on how to relocate to France. Start with the obvious; learning the language if you don't already know it. The first thing to do is to go visit the area of France you are..
Salzburg - An Essential Guide to Salzburg Austria  by: Dara Ward
Salzburg is a mid-sized city in western Austria with a population of about 150000 people. As a member of the European Union, the currency used is the Euro. Salzburg is subject to the Alpine climate;..
Visiting Torrevieja and the Costa Blanca in Spain  by: Ken J. Morris
Torrevieja and the Costa Blanca in Spain are popular tourist destinations for people from all over the world. The area has a large British and Irish community. People from Northern Europe often..
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