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Month: December 2015

Money Saving Tips For Travelling in Europe

Money Saving Tips For Travelling in Europe

The relatively strong pound is good news for us With a relatively strong pound at the moment, holidaymakers from the UK can find some exceptionally good deals when travelling to destinations in the Eurozone. In addition, the cost of buying some other European currencies has fallen in recent years, such as the Lev in Bulgaria and the Kuna in Croatia. Therefore, British travellers do not necessarily need to stick to southern European destinations that use the Euro, like Greece, Italy…

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San Sebastian: A Great European Destination to Spend Christmas

San Sebastian: A Great European Destination to Spend Christmas

Every year, more than 12 million Britons head to Spain for their winter holiday. This means that some of the most popular Spanish tourist destinations can get crowded at this time of the year, but others – such as the Basque city of San Sebastian – remain pleasantly crowd-free. With its mild weather, exceptional setting between the sea and the mountains, and first-class cuisine, San Sebastian is a hidden gem that should rank high in your travel plans this winter….

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Europe’s Christmas markets: Germany, Sweden, and beyond

Europe’s Christmas markets: Germany, Sweden, and beyond

Visiting Europe’s Christmas markets is a great excuse for a city break in December, just when we could all do with a treat. It’s sure to put you in a festive mood, too. Cologne, Germany Many of the symbols and traditions we now associate with Christmas in Britain originally came from Germany, courtesy of Prince Albert, so it’s not surprising that many of us think of Germany when we imagine a classic Christmas. Cologne has seven Christmas markets. The largest…

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