Travel In Italy Free Island Guide Of Ischia For Families

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Ischia is a volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, at the northern end of the Gulf of Naples. For a short visit, a week-end, a city break, these free pocket guides are useful printable and downloadable tools available online. Ischia has a population of nearly 58,000 people. In the Ischia Island guide students, families and […]


Prague Writers Festival

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Especially during the first week of June two Festivals will take place in the old medieval streets of Prague: the Prague Writers Festival and the World Festival of Puppet Art. With the first theme, our mind immediately flies to Kafka, his life and writings. Prague hosts his house that has became an interesting museum to […]


Cracow In May Won T Be Better

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The action takes place down in mellow Kazimierz on Plac Nowy, and the guzzling is usually accompanied by live music from a number of enthusiastic bands. Best of all, everyone is a judge, as the soups are all free to be sampled – until they run out! In the same month an increasingly fashionable fixture […]


Beijing Or Peking What Is The Difference

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Another Chinese city similarly named is NanJing, meaning south capital. At times in history, the capital was declared to be NanJing rather than BeiJing, according to whether the then current powerbase lay to the north or south of China. Emperor Wu was the first to declare the site of Beijing as the capital in 1057 […]


Travel In Italy Free Guide Of Perugia City For Families

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Perugia is the capital city of the region of Umbria in central Italy, near the Tiber river, and the capital of the province of Perugia. Those who love travelling light, those with a sense for adventure, those who love flexibility in their trips, those who like meeting locals and travelling slow and low… those are […]


Where To Stay During The Summer Bridge Festival In Budapest

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In 1999 the festival was a way of celebrating the Bridge’s 150th birthday and than it has become an annual festival. The old bridge, connecting Buda to Pest, is the symbol of Hungarian Capital. In summer it is closed to the traffic and transformed into a huge stage. It hosts a series of free events […]


Cracow S Hot June Festivals

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There is a quite interesting list of things to do, see and live while you’re there. In June there are some interesting events that can be worth a visit to the city of Krakow (Cracow). The Jewish population of Poland was cruelly squashed by the holocaust, however Jewish culture is still rich and flourishing. The […]


Tuscany Florences Popular Dance Festival In July

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The former, in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of Italy, is a three-day artisan fair with open-air workshops where it is possible to look at the strong and fascinating artisan’s works and discover their technical and artistic skills; the latter is The Fabbrica Europa Festival which aims to encourage the circulation of ideas and […]


Hints For You Beijing Shopping Fever

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Remember: most shops are open daily 9am-8pm . There is no sales tax in China. Do not forget that haggle is essential especially in touristy markets and shopping areas for common items. Starting your bargain at least with 1/3 of the price-still sounds good whilst keeping the walking-away technique as your last chance to get […]


Ladies Head To Cracow

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Say you consider important for your trip some factors as fun, safety, adventure and budget, Well, bearing in mind all this, and considering you are based in Europe, maybe our suggestion to go to visit Cracow (Poland) would probably sound not too obvious and a good hint in the end. Cracow is not just an […]


Florence Typical Trattorias And Outside Trips

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Overlooking the Arno, there is a traditional Tuscan trattoria called the Antico Ristoro di Cambi, run by the Cambi family that will welcome you with a warm ambience. The tuscan vegetable soup (ribollita) and the fiorentina T-bone steak are amazing. (Close on Sunday, Via S. Onofrio 1r; ph: +39 055 217134; av. prices 25


Budapest Sziget Festival

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More precisely it takes place in Obuda Island, a little island on the Danube river, in the heart of City. In fact Sziget means Island. Started as a Student Festival in 1993, in a few years the Sziget Festival of Budapest has turned to be a very popular international event! To be more accurate, the […]


Rome Don T Miss A Dinner

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The thing is: how to avoid touristy places where a pizza will cost you a fortune? How to escape tourist traps? The good new is that I have some good tips from my uncle Gianni who lives in Rome. When I asked him about the gorgeous still very simple and characteristic places where he usually […]


Discover Krakows Art Mystery And Green Spots

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A famous Da Vinci’s masterpiece Lady with an ermine is hosted at the Czartoryski Museum. Painted around 1489-1490, its subject is identified with Cecilia Gallerani, the mistress of Lodovico Sforza, “Ludovico il Moro”, Duke of Milan. The painting is one of only four female portraits Leonardo painted (the other three being the Mona Lisa, the […]


Hostels For Cheap And Interesting Travel

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Hostels are a cheap travel secret of budget travelers. They have been around in one form or another for a long time, and are oriented towards young travelers and anyone else seeking inexpensive accommodations. The U.S. version used to be more complicated, with guests helping with chores. They are simpler now. You rent a bed […]


Hostelling Is It For You

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You might think of hostelling as something that college students do while traveling through Europe for the summer. However, hostelling is not just for the college crowd anymore, and now includes people of all ages and backgrounds. If you are a traveler on a budget, staying at a hostel can be an adventure that will […]


The Capital City Of Wales

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The capital of Northern Ireland is the beautiful city of Belfast. It is the biggest city in Northern Island and the second biggest city in entire Ireland. Located on the eastern coast of Northern Ireland this charming city is encircled with an array of hills including the famous Cavehill. The temperate climate of Belfast makes […]


How To Get Around China S Second Largest City Beijing

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Whereas Shanghai and Hong Kong predominate in the economic field, Peking is widely recognized as the political, educational and cultural centre of the Country, with a jurisdiction over 18 districts and counties. To get around this metropolis you might find useful these brief suggestions on public transports once you land there. Public Bus and trolley […]


Bikes And Hutongs In Beijing Experience Chinese Tradition

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On this matter, we pass you the sarcastic truth of a vignette published this week on the Internazionale magazine where someone says China is highly developed in many things, but not in human rights To say ‘all that glitters is not gold In any case Beijing has a lot to offer either for first time […]