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The European Capital of Culture is a city designated by the European Union for a period of one calendar year during which it organizes a series of cultural events. This year Košice, Slovakia along with Marseille, France were designated as the capitals of culture.
In his latest post, Andy Mossack shares his overall impression of Vienna, Austria.
Family travel writer, Matt DeJong, shares his tips and tricks for a vacation to Disney World, Forida in this first guest post for Fly.com.
Seattle was my departure point on a recent Alaska cruise. Never having been there, I didn’t know what to expect of the Pacific Northwest destination. What I discovered was that Seattle has a lot of unexpected surprises. It’s hip, edgy and fun, complete with a come-as-you-are vibe.
David Wishart shares why Victoria is the best place to call home-away-from-home when exploring England’s capital.
Unknown by many tourist outside of the Netherlands, the ancient city of Utrecht (about 45 minutes south of Amsterdam) is a treasure trove of UNESCO-protected medieval architecture, beautiful canals lined by terrace cafes and ecclesiastical buildings now converted into museums.
An avid cruiser and travel writer, Mary Steele suggests the best places to stay, dine, explore and sun bathe in Bermuda.
Just 30 minutes from Budapest is Lake Velence near the Hungarian town of Gárdony. Due to the area’s sunny climate and the lake’s shallow waters, Lake Velence is the warmest lake in Europe (around 80 degrees in summer) and a popular vacation destination.
Often overlooked because of their proximity to Lisbon, here is a guide to why Estoril and Cascais are known as Portugal’s Riviera.
Natasha Blair is a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers and where possible travels with her passport carrying dog, Trixie. Not a beach worshippper, she is always on the lookout for new and interesting places to visit, preferably in comfort. The spa town of Bath, featuring natural hot [...]
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