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Visit The Seville Feria April Fair 2017

Posted at:11 March, 2017 in City guide,Festivals,general

Visit The Seville Feria April Fair 2017 Visit The Seville Feria April Fair 2017 – six days of celebrations, music, dancing, drinking, and socialising until the early morning.  What more could you want from a trip to Spain? This is the Spring Fair in Seville, know as the Feria, that takes place every April and […]

What to do with 48 hours in Salzburg

Posted at:7 March, 2017 in City guide,EFH News,Travel Tips

What to do with 48 hours in Salzburg What to do with 48 hours in Salzburg? Plenty! Enjoy this beautiful city’s rich history and natural setting. It’s been over 50 years since Julie Andrews pranced through the verdant mountains in iconic movie “The Sound of Music” but Salzburg still celebrates this movie for putting this […]

Nightlife in Rhodes

Posted at:8 February, 2017 in City guide

Rhodes has long been famous, quite rightly, for its nightlife. Whatever your taste and budget, we can recommend a place to suit you. Once again, we stay on top of the trends to give you the most up-to-date ideas of where to go, whether it’s a moonlit beach party way down south or a buzzing […]

What to Eat in Rhodes

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Well, there’s food for every taste and for every budget on Rhodes! Of course, there are gyros and souvlaki – it wouldn’t be Greece without them, right? Loukoumades (a type of honeyed doughnut) and freshly made ice-cream are really popular options if you have a sweet tooth! Rhodes has some amazing bakeries, producing all types of traditional pastries, […]

Top Ten Things to See in Rhodes

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Here are our top ten things to see in Rhodes, a list make by locals Rhodes Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, justifiably internationally famous Clearly a must-see for history buffs, this also offers hidden treasures for the adventurous. It’s only a few minutes’ walk from STAY Rhodes Design Hostel and is definitely best explored […]

Top 10 things to do in Bruges 2017!

Posted at:1 February, 2017 in City guide

Top Ten Things to do in Bruges for Less! The Chocolate Line in Bruges For something sweet in between the beers and the touring take yourself to The Chocolate Line. All the tasty treats in this chocolaterie are made on site, using the finest organic ingredients around. The salted caramels are to die for and […]

What to see in Bruges

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What to see in Bruges, a traveller list We are going to narrow down on the places to visit while you’re in Bruges. It is a historic town dating back to the 1st century and is on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites. It is a small town in the Flanders region and offers a lot […]

Top 10 Things to do in Munich

Posted at:24 January, 2017 in City guide

Marienplatz Today this pleasant city centre meeting point can be reached by a brisk ten minute walk from the Hauptbahnhof train station – and the shopaholics out there will love the retail overloaded approach along Kaufingerstr. The square is also home to the Old and New City Hall, and the Marienplatz U-Bahn, and S-Bahn stations […]

What to eat in Belgrade

Posted at:15 January, 2017 in City guide

Here are a few must-read food tips you should keep in mind when planning what to eat in Belgrade. Local favorites are cevapcici (small rolls of mixed minced meat), which are eaten with plain onions and warm bread. Pljeskavica, another extremely popular and tasty dish, is the actual ancestor of the hamburger, minced meat sprinkled […]

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The Colosseum Tour Fun Facts, Rome

Posted at:10 January, 2017 in City guide

The Colosseum Tour, Rome -In the 8th century B.C., the Forum was the downtown of Rome.Fun and interesting facts of the Colosseum and surrounding area: -In the 4th century A.D., Emperor Constantine allied with the Christians.  He gave them the possibility to practice religion and gave that religion to the Roman Empire. -Constantine also broke […]

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