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8 January 2021

10 Stargazing events in 2021 you don’t want to miss!

Regardless of lock-downs and social remoteness, this year’s astronomical calendar is filled with surprises and astronomical sights. Here are some dates to keep an eye out […]
8 January 2021

Sentinel: the island with the most hostile people in the world

Sentinela Norte Island is located in the Andaman archipelago, in the Bay of Bengal in the Indian Ocean. The indigenous people who live here are considered […]
8 January 2021

Visit Scotland in Winter

Scotland has the most beautiful landscapes in the whole of the united kingdom, with a typically cloudy and rainy climate, its dramatic landscapes transport us to […]
6 January 2021

Refreshing long winter walks in London

The festive season is a bit of a sluggish time for many, lots of eating, drinking, and sitting around watching Christmas TV. This year, with on […]
4 January 2021

What will happen to Erasmus for UK students?

The Erasmus scheme is a popular European Union programme which helps students study abroad, participate in vocational training or work overseas, and helps teachers wanting to […]
31 December 2020

A threatened paradise and a city of hope: Hulhumalé, Maldives

Perhaps no other nation faces an environmental threat like Maldives. The rise of the oceans caused by global warming puts into question its mere existence. The […]
11 December 2020

The most multicultural cities in Europe

If you love discovering different cultures and costumes and are looking for the ultimate multicultural experience within Europe, these four cities are for you! If you […]
11 December 2020

Guinea Bissau: Once upon a time in Bolama

The Island of Bolama, whose main city has the same name, is the capital of the Bolama-Bijagós archipelago, one of the nine regions of Guinea Bissau. […]
10 December 2020

5 of the UK’s greenest cities and towns

Parks and green public spaces are an essential part of any city or town, for both inhabitants and visitors alike. A place to get some all […]
4 December 2020

Secrets of the Soča Valley

Midway through life’s journey here, I found myself in a dark wood, where the way ahead was no longer clear . . . The River Soča, […]
4 December 2020

Multicultural Kazakhstan: A colorful tour of its multiple religions

The Alatau mountains sleep in the distance, their jagged profile cutting the cobalt blue sky in Eastern Kazakhstan. At the feet of these mountains, mares graze […]
1 December 2020

What is the European Capital of Smart Tourism Initiative?

Tourism is a fundamental socio-economic activity for the majority of EU Member States, representing about 10% of the EU’s GDP. It is a fast changing sector, […]
30 November 2020

Walking the Portuguese Camino coastal route

Now one of the worlds most popular touristic pilgrim routes, el Camino de Santiago de Compostela has an important history as a pilgrimage route throughout Europe. […]
27 November 2020

Guinea-Bissau: 10 reasons to visit the best kept secret of West Africa

Guinea-Bissau is that West African country, between Senegal and Guinea, which few people know, even fewer people are curious to meet and which leaves completely in […]
27 November 2020

Discover the ‘Gardens of the World’ in Berlin

Away from the busy city centre of Berlin, slightly of the beaten track in the middle of Berlin’s Marzahn district, you can find the beautiful Gardens […]
26 November 2020

Telašćica Nature Park, Croatia – Europe’s answer to the Indian Ocean

Imagine a hidden saltwater lake. Some of the steepest cliffs to leap out of the Adriatic. One of Europe’s safest natural ports – a sapphire bay […]
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