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A small but great museum in Amsterdam

A small but great museum in Amsterdam

Did you know that if you buy the I Amsterdam City Card, you get access to most of the top attractions, including more than 70 museums? In addition, the card includes public transport, a canal cruise and bicycle rental. This way, you skip long lines and save your...

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War and Peace in the Dardanelles

Kilitbahir castleDardanelles in Turkey The Dardanelles in Turkey is a sun-drenched narrow strip of water that separates Europe from Asia. The area has been of strategic importance for centuries. The strait connects the Aegean with the Sea of ​​Marmara. As a gateway...

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Endless skies on the Norfolk Coast Path

Cley next to the SeaHiking the Norfolk Coast Path The 135-kilometre (84 miles) Norfolk Coast Path runs from Hunstanton north of the county to Hopton-on-Sea towards Suffolk. A distance that a seasoned hiker covers in three days. For the lesser gods, like me, completing...

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Undercover in wolf territory

In search of the wolf Disguised as a granny, I embark on a search for wolves in the German wilderness with Biosphere Expeditions. Through the brothers Grimm, I know that wolves have a culinary preference for ladies of a certain age. So I plan to draw the wolves out of...

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Happiness in a canoe in Cambridgeshire

The ultimate Cambridgeshire canoe trip In a canoe on a sunny weekday in June, we share the Great Ouse river with a handful of swimmers, sunbathers, kayaks and a few pleasure yachts. We have the water to ourselves for most of the route between Houghton and St. Ives in...

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Epic Epirus, Greece without mass tourism

Epirus, a rugged countrysideEpirus in Northern Greece Epirus is Greece without mass tourism. Foreign tourists are few and far between even though the Ottomans, the old Romans and Byzantines all left their monumental traces in this rugged landscape. What's more, Greeks...

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Visit Keukenhof, the garden of joy

The best time to visit Keukenhof is in spring It took 55 years before I paid my first visit to Keukenhof. It had been on my wish list for a long time because what could be more fun for a Dutch person abroad than something so typical from my home country, like tulips?...

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