All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Germany’

Mini Guide – Autumn in Bavaria

Mini Guide – Autumn in Bavaria

Visitors flock to Munich for Oktoberfest, but those who spread their wings a little further find medieval villages, forests of …

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The Real Deal

The Real Deal

Traditional-style Christmas markets can be found all over, but for an authentic experience seek out the best of the German …

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Europe’s Best Budget Experiences

Europe’s Best Budget Experiences

Bulgaria’s Wine Village (above) Tucked beneath imposing sandstone cliffs, Melnik is full of traditional houses with wooden balconies, and has …

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Munich at its Best

Munich at its Best

Small-Town Charm and Free-Flowing Beer Despite its population of 1.4 mil­lion, Munich (or “München,” as it’s called in German) feels …

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8 Bizzare Sleeps

8 Bizzare Sleeps

Ludicrous lodgings, from a giant Scottish pineapple and a floating coconut, to a Trojan horse and ghost-filled garrison. In a …

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6 Life Skills

6 Life Skills

Unleash your hidden talents, from photographing the south of Spain to catching and cooking dinner in Devon Learn photography in …

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6 Budget Breaks Destinations

6 Budget Breaks Destinations

Affordable cities with rich rewards, from Athens, the cradle of Western civilisation, to Fez, with its alluring souqs and cuisine …

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See Saxony In The Snow – Dresden, Germany

See Saxony In The Snow – Dresden, Germany

Dresden is Germany’s phoenix city – rebuilt and restored from the ashes of its WWII destruction to reclaim its former …

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Freewheeling Holidays

Freewheeling Holidays

In honour of your two-wheeled travel companion, here are our favourite cycling destinations. Côtes du Ventoux An incredibly scenic cycling …

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Weimar – Thuringia, Germany

Weimar – Thuringia, Germany

A Provincial City as Center Stage of German Classicism Home and inspiration to Cranach the Elder, Johann Sebastian Bach, Franz …

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