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Essential Sicily Travel Guide for First-Time Visitors

Sitting in the middle of the Mediterranean and home to Mount Etna – the highest active volcano in Europe – Sicily is a marvellous destination to visit. It is a melting pot of different cultures forged over thousands of years. From scenic landscapes to fabulous hole-in-the-wall restaurants, from centuries-old churches …

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Salvador Dali: The Master Of Surreal Art

The Birth Of A Spanish Surrealist: Salvador Dali was born in May 11 of 1904 in the humble town of Figueres, Spain. He shared the same first name with his older brother who had died 9 months earlier before he was born and had believed he was his brother's reincarnation. …

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Madrid Football Frenzies for a Weekend Party

Madrid is the capital city of Spain and also the largest city in that country. This is among one of the most popular cities of the world and especially in Europe. Madrid presents within itself a unique blend of the old and the historic past of the country beautifully in …

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Venice – The Magic of a Wonderful Location

Venice, the magic city, the city built on the water, the city in which rules and paces of normal modern life don’t apply. Venice rises on an archipelago of 118 islands and small islands, crossed by 150 channels and linked by more than 400 bridges. A real world on its …

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Magnificent Milan: An Ideal Destination for Fashion Student Tours

As one of Italy's most beautiful and inspiring cities, a beacon of style for centuries, and a thriving modern fashion hub, Milan is an ideal destination for fashion or textiles related student tours. Spending time here will give your pupils the chance to explore some of the most exciting haute …

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Open Top Bus Sightseeing Tour of Malaga

If you fly into Malaga Airport and want to spend some time looking around the city center, then the good news is that it's only a bus or train ride away from the airport. If you do get the train then the Estacion de Autobuses where the tour starts is …

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Magic of Rome – Ancient Glories and Modern Wonders

There’s an old Italian saying: Roma non basta una vita. It means “For Rome, one life is not enough”. True enough. The Eternal City holds enough interest for several lifetimes. Layer after layer of history has littered it with monuments. You trip over ancient ruins and encounter Renaissance and Baroque …

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Enjoy Culture-Rich Vacations? What To Do When You Visit Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo is known throughout the world as being an excellent place for cultural vacations. The city is full of museums, theater groups, concerts and other cultural experiences, which means it's an excellent spot to vacation if you're looking to immerse yourself in culture. Before you go on vacations, it's …

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A Brief History of Teatro Colon [Buenos Aires]

The top opera house in all of South America is the Teatro Colón (Columbus Theater) of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It took more than 20 years to build, finally opening to the public on May 25, 1908. Since then it has continued to draw the greatest opera singers in the world …

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Romaeuropa Festival – An Exploration of Contemporary Design in Rome

Rome has been the tenant, long-standing European nerve center of art and culture since the dawn of modern civilization. But since 1980, Romaeuropa Festival has bought to introduce a flavor of contemporary design in Rome through performance art, music, dance, and theater. What is it? Established now as one of …

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