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Month: February 2016

Travel Tips for Single Travellers

Travel Tips for Single Travellers

Travelling solo can be an exhilarating experience: you can immerse yourself in new surroundings and different experiences without needing to worry about the different tastes and requirements of companions. It is the perfect opportunity for self-indulgence. Of course, you may have some concerns, but with a little forward planning, you can save money and enjoy a memorable holiday. Here are a few tips for novice single travellers: Keeping Safe When travelling alone, you don’t have anyone to watch your back,…

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Berlin: So Much to See and Do

Berlin: So Much to See and Do

Once divided by the Berlin Wall, the German capital is now a vibrant and unique city that welcomes visitors from all over the world. With a similar climate to the UK, expect late spring and summer temperatures of around 20C/68F, ideal for sightseeing. Seeing the city It’s easy to get around Berlin. The centre is compact and pedestrian-friendly, and the public transport network of trams, buses, underground and light rail is efficient and inexpensive. The 18th century Brandenburg Gate, located…

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Skåne: The Swedish Riviera

Skåne: The Swedish Riviera

Known as Sweden’s Riviera, Skåne is full of white-sand beaches. You may not have thought of a Scandinavian country as offering as a holiday where the beach can be enjoyed, but there are some simply stunning coastlines just waiting to be discovered in the region. From the city of Malmö, which faces Denmark, to the more laid-back Åhus, to be found in the east, there are plentiful beaches and other natural beauty spots which will delight you. Temperatures frequently reach…

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