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Antigua Guatemala – The Time Capsule of Central America

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When visiting a different country, there are probably many must-see places on your list, and if you are planning a trip to Guatemala, then chances are Antigua has made that list.  Noted as the most popular travel site in the county, Antigua offers the traveler all of the popular touristy things to do, but what makes this city so famous...

A Weekend In Budapest

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Weekend In Budapest

Weekend In Budapest The Hungarian City of Budapest has long be renowned as a great tourist hotspot for a weekend break and there’s good reason for this. Split in two halves by the Széchenyi Lánchíd suspension bridge which joins the two parts of the city across the beautiful and elegant Danube river, the city of Budapest in...

Five Top Historical Places to Visit Near London

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Canterbury So amazing is London as a tourist attraction that the visitor is in danger of overlooking the fantastic historical attractions that surround it. History Tourist has compiled a list of five destinations which offer wonderful days out, or even longer stays. About 22 miles west of London on the south banks of the River Thames...

Top 10 Attractions to Visit in Jackson, Mississippi

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Jackson Mississippi

Jackson Mississippi Head to the Deep South and experience hospitality at its finest. A visit to Jackson, Mississippi is always worth the trip for great food, a lesson in history, and of course, lots of fun. Jackson is home to some really fun family attractions, as well as rich in history. Enjoy your vacation in Jackson with some of these fabulous ideas. Mississippi...

Top 5 Prague Sightseeing for Large Groups

Things to See and Do in Gloucester, UK

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Gloucester UK

Gloucester UK For people visiting Gloucestershire, the commonly visited places are well known – Cheltenham, Cirencester, and the pretty villages of the Cotswolds, like Bibury, Eastleach and Southrop. Gloucester is not normally on the Gloucestershire tourist trail, but it has some great attractions for the holidaymaker or visitor. See below for a selection...

Barcelona: a City Full of Entertainment

Florence Visit: Places and Activities

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Florence Florence — Tuscany, Italy’s capital region is a priced city not only in the country but in the whole of Europe as well. Florence is known as the cradle of Italian, Renaissance and thus one can expect for it to be a wonderful place to head to and explore. Florence is a beautiful city that one can come back to several times and still find...

Valentine’s Day Getaways

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Valentine’s Day Getaways

Valentine’s Day Getaways Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that sneaks up on you. After the hustle and bustle of the holidays – with Christmas family traditions and New Year’s parties, it seems like one moment it’s December and the next it’s February! This year let your New Year’s resolution be to not postpone a Valentine’s Day agenda....

Top 10 Things to See and Do on a Holiday to Tenerife

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Holiday to Tenerife

Holiday to Tenerife Holidays to Tenerife have the potential to be a relaxing beach holiday with excellent nightlife, an action packed activity holiday with every sport and water sport that you could wish for, or a nature lover’s paradise, with its own micro climate and unique landscape.  Whatever kind of holiday appeals to you, Tenerife...

5 Reasons to Visit Barcelona