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Midsummer Madness Scandinavia Style

Nowhere on earth celebrates Midsummer Day quite like Scandinavia. Held over three days, it’s the biggest national holiday outside Christmas. Bright clear skies and long hours of daylight make it the perfect time for this outdoor cultural celebration.

Monaco: An Aristocrats’ playground

This week we should be hearing the roar of the engines and the excitement building up to one of the last existing Formula 1 street circuits in the world – Monaco Grand Prix. Instead, the streets are silent and racing enthusiasts have to wait until May 20, 2021, for the next race day.

V-E day 75

Today we celebrate the 75th anniversary of V-E Day. Let us take some time to reflect on the enormous sacrifice of people from all walks of life and praise the courage of those American and Allied troops who gave so much to ensure we can all enjoy the freedom we share today.

Mother’s Day AWay

This Mother’s Day let’s celebrate in the safety of our own home while we dream of future travel together. We have selected these different Mother’s Day gift ideas for your mother. But the real question is when can you share time together and where should you go. Want to put together a surprise for your mother? We love surprises, drop us an email.

Christmas Food Traditions: a flavorsome journey around Europe (Part III)

2 more sleeps and Christmas is finally here! And because we’re feeling so festive, the final part of our series is also here – so, if you’ve ever wondered what the Eastern European Christmas food looks like then read on…

And while you’re here, what did you think of the first and second part of the series?

 

PART III

 

Countries in spotlight: Poland, Romania, Czech Republic & Slovakia

Christmas Food Traditions: a flavorsome journey around Europe (Part II)

5 Days until Christmas! Here it goes – the second part of our Christmas food traditions series!

Missed the first part?

 

PART II
Countries in spotlight: UK and Ireland & Germany

 

Christmas Food Traditions: a flavorsome journey around Europe

A week until Christmas, so it’s time for some European Christmas delicacies! This is the period of carols and kind words, wonderful lights and decorations, presents and hugs from friends and delicious food, enjoyed with family. Each culture is unique and has plenty of Christmas customs with rich history, traditions that are proudly celebrated to this day. Now, get ready, as we will take you on a mouth-watering journey and show you the best Christmas food traditions in Europe.

 

PART I
Countries in spotlight: Portugal, France & Italy

 

One Week in Central Europe: A cross-country itinerary

Thinking of Europe? Are you daydreaming about classical music, castles and less- ‘touristy’ destinations? We have some travel inspiration for you.

 

Hungary, Czech Republic and Austria were home to the oldest European royal families, all countries with millennia of history. So, if you wanna spend one week in Central Europe, we’ve prepared the dream itinerary for a cross-country vacation.

With Austria’s incredible scenery and warm hospitality, combined with Czech Republic’s historical towns and Hungary’s colorful folk art and striking architecture, you’ll have the perfect escape trip in Europe.

 

Amazing cultural attractions in Amsterdam: museums, art galleries, theatres and more

 

Planning on visiting Europe? including Amsterdam in your itinerary is a must!

 

 

 

“Painting is the grandchild of Nature. It is related to God.” – Rembrandt

 

 

The iconic city of Rembrandt is known for its pretty flower markets, picture-perfect canals, mansions and windmills – but, perhaps above all, it is a true cultural hub with numerous cultural attractions. A result of cosmopolitan influences, the multifaceted Amsterdam is bursting with museums, galleries and theatres, having the world’s highest museum density. On top of that, lining the UNESCO World Heritage canals, one can find narrow streets, beautiful historical buildings, crowded cafes and a plethora of shops to browse in, making Amsterdam the perfect destination for any type of traveler.

 

Exploring your European Family Heritage

The first Europeans to reach the shores of what is now the US and survive to tell the tale arrived way back in 1620. The Mayflower Society estimate there are now 10 million Americans with European heritage, descendants of the 102 brave souls that arrived aboard the Mayflower. In the years since, waves of immigrants from every European country have added vigor, energy, and enterprise to make America the great country it is today. 

 

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