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The complete guide to: Porto travel

The complete guide to: Porto travel

Eclectically beautiful Porto is filled with surprises. It’s a city of hidden gems waiting to be discovered down winding alleyways, and friendly locals eager to share their favourite bars and cafés with travellers in need of a drink or some post-sightseeing sustenance. Whether it’s due to the people, the architecture,...
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8 food and drink experiences you need to have in Porto

8 food and drink experiences you need to have in Porto

If there’s one thing you need to do in Porto, it’s to eat and drink everything. Sure, you’re going to want to fill your glass with port every chance you get, but you’re also going to want to try a few other local treats, too — all of which taste...
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Things to do in: Porto

Things to do in: Porto

Historic, charming, and full of port (it’s the birthplace, after all), Porto is a city that warrants days of exploring. If you need some help figuring out where to start, we’ve got a few tips to help you dig deeper into the city. Explore the old Cathedral neighbourhood This is...
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24 hours in: Porto

24 hours in: Porto

Headed to Portugal? You’ll definitely want to explore the charming city of Porto while you’re there. This is a place known for its food, its wine, and its fresh sea air, so you won’t be at a loss for things to see and do. If you find yourself with just...
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Where to watch World Cup 2018 in Vilnius

Where to watch World Cup 2018 in Vilnius

Goooooaaaaal! Even if your travel plans have you in Lithuania instead of Russia during the 2018 FIFA World Cup, you can still celebrate the action. That’s because locals in Vilnius will be watching from the city’s pubs, party bars and even from a beach along the river. Here are the...
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The complete guide to: Morro de Sao Paulo travel

The complete guide to: Morro de Sao Paulo travel

There’s beach vacations, and then there’s beach vacations that take your breath away — something that this tiny Brazilian stretch of sand will almost certainly do as soon as you step onto the pier. Just a two-hour boat ride from Salvador, the capital of Brazil’s Bahia State, Morro de Sao...
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24 hours in: Genoa

24 hours in: Genoa

This large port city in the northwest of Italy might not have the cache or familiarity of more popular Italian destinations like Rome, Venice and Florence, but the capital of Italy’s Liguria region has enough charm, medieval sights and pretty piazzas that you’d be hard pressed not to fall in...
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10 unusual sights to see in Prague

10 unusual sights to see in Prague

Prague is a magical city, no doubt about it. It will charm you from the get-go with its jaw-dropping architecture and well-preserved historic sights. There’s just something about walking across a nearly empty Charles Bridge at 2am when it seems like you have the city all to yourself. One of...
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How to be a responsible tourist in Mallorca

How to be a responsible tourist in Mallorca

Mallorca thrives on tourism. We know. But in recent years something has changed. Locals — and even tourists — are becoming far less enthusiastic about traditional tourism coming to the island. There have been “anti-tourism” neighbourhood movements in Palma (and all around Europe). Tourists complain that there are too many...
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Mallorca beyond the beach

Mallorca beyond the beach

Mallorca is big enough to offer numerous activities all year round, but most of our visitors come here for the sun and the beautiful sea. I also enjoy the summer here, but sometimes it’s just too crowed and you really can’t enjoy it. My advice is to travel to Mallorca outside...
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