European Music Festivals 2018

Festival season is almost upon us and with so many top class events happening, it can be hard to choose which European music festival(s) to go to. We want to help you out, so here's our round-up of the best music festivals happening around Europe...
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Ski: Discover the Ski Resort of Wengen in the Swiss Alps

Nestled among the snow-capped Swiss Alps, the fairy-tale village of Wengen is a family-friendly resort for skiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities. Quick Facts Languages: Swiss, German and English Currency: Swiss Francs (CHF) Airport:...
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Road Trip: Newquay and the Cornish Coastline

With its warm people, wild waves and mile-upon-mile of unspoilt coastline to explore, Cornwall makes for the road trip of a lifetime. Whether you crave an action-packed weekend of surfing and hiking or would prefer to spend an unhurried fortnight...
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Extremely Low Fares, Extremely Big Adventures

Right. No more messing around with New Year’s resolutions. Treadmill this and quit smoking that… frankly, we think you can do better. Make 2018 the year of getting more action. No, not that kind of action (although if you can get more of that, fill...
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16 Movie Locations that Will Make You Fall in Love with Europe

Pack your popcorn, we're taking you on an epic journey to some of Europe's most cinematic destinations... Ireland     Kerry, Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens: When scouting for locations for Star Wars The Force Awakens...
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Golf Holidays to Suit You To a Tee: Europe’s Best Golf Courses

Since it's Ryder Cup time and the world's gone golf mad, we thought it might be a nice time to take a look at some of the incredible golf courses around Europe, all just a short flight away. There are thousands upon thousands of courses all over this...
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Vigo Uncovered: 7 Things You Never Knew About Spain’s Cies Islands

With their tropical island vibes, crystal-clear waters and powder-soft ivory sands, it’s no surprise that the Romans called the Cíes Islands 'The Islands of the Gods’. What’s more surprising is that these paradise hideaways are located off the coast...
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You say Tomato… La Tomatina Survival Guide

On the last Wednesday of August every year, a small town in eastern Spain becomes a scene of absolute carnage. Thousands of people from Spain and beyond descend on the town for no other reason than to have a massive fight. The brawl - which lasts for...
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Europe’s Best Carnivals

Feathers, sequins, elaborate costumes, loud music, dancing, singing, eating and drinking... what's not to love about a good carnival knees up? And the best part is, you don't have to go all the way to Rio to experience one. Cities all over Europe...
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Europe’s Best Bucket List Marathons

It's one of the biggest and most popular events in the Olympics, and what's more it's one that us regular folk take part in in our tens of thousands every year. The Marathon is a bucket list experience in itself, something that everyone who's managed...
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Italy Uncovered: Why You Need to See Cinque Terre

It's the picture perfect route that pops up on every Italian road trip bucket list. The Cinque Terre (Five Lands) is named after the string of five pastel-coloured fishing villages along the rocky Lingurian Coast. The route winds from west to east...
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