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Tag: Europe

Travel Guides
48 Hours in Genoa

Genoa — an Italian port city generally overlooked — is experiencing a tourism boom, and with good reason. An alluring mix of medieval grandeur and old world charm, Genoa’s cobblestone…

Stories
A Trip Into the Imagination of Dan Brown

Fans of Dan Brown, author of some of the hottest-selling novels of the 21st century, know all about his flair for fast-paced, heart-in-the-mouth story-telling, and his ingenious use of…

Travel Guides
A Week in Croatia: The Dalmatian Coast

Over the past decade, Croatia has become one of Europe’s most popular destinations. A country of outstanding beauty, rich history and friendly people, Croatia is surprisingly diverse with…

Photography
Young Photographers Series: Valerie Wojo — Europe

Destinations Magazine’s Young Photographers Series gives young travel photographers from around the world an opportunity to share their creative work. …

Travel Guides
Transylvania: A Guide to Braşov, Romania

Sitting in the centre of Romania’s Transylvania region, the medieval town of Braşov is encircled by the Carpathian Mountains, an area synonymous with Bram Stoker’s Dracula. …

Travel Guides
The Greek Islands: Dodecanese and Northeast Aegean

The Greek Archipelago is a unique phenomenon of Greece’s morphology and the European continent.

Travel Guides
The Greek Islands: Cyclades and Ionian

The spirit of the Greek Archipelago is unequalled: sun-kissed beaches with crystalline waters, mountainous villages with traditional character, distinct cultural and archaeological monuments…

Travel Guides
Walking the Samaria Gorge in Crete

Known locally as Farangas or Great Gorge, Samaria Gorge is a 16-kilometre hike that winds through one of the longest and most striking gorges in Europe, within Crete’s only…

Travel Guides
48 Hours in Budapest

Hungary’s capital and most populous city, Budapest’s rich history, Gothic architecture, and 12th-century thermal baths make it one of Eastern Europe’s most interesting cities. The city…

Events
Montreux Jazz Festival

What began in the 1970s as a ploy to bring more visitors to a small town in the Swiss Alps has grown to become the world’s second largest annual jazz festival, behind the Montreal Jazz…

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