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How Travel Bloggers Save Money In Dubrovnik And Kotor

Explore the bays around Dubrovnik

Croatia and Montenegro have been on my bucket list for some time. Given the recent troubles in the Middle East, and the continued upheaval at British Airways, our upcoming flights to Qatar were cancelled, so I jumped at the chance to book some last minute flights. I paid £528 for two flights, which is no bargain, so I’m keen to …

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Enjoy A Cultural Cocktail On This 8 day Self-drive Albania Tour

Self-drive tour itinerary in Albania

Albania may not be top of your bucket list, but if you would like an affordable Mediterranean holiday with a hint of seductive innocence, look no further. This secretive enclave, tucked in between cosmopolitan Montenegro to the north, and languishing Greece to the south, has 224 miles of coastline and plenty of sights to merit a 8 day self-drive Albania tour. Your …

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How To Visit Trakai Castle in Lithuania For Less

Awesome views of Trakai

There are a ton of companies that  will happily take you to Trakai Castle. The problem is, they will also charge you over the odds for the privilege. Most tours were charging around €25 per head, and it seems like a waste of money, when it is so easy to visit Trakai Castle independently. Here’s my step by step guide …

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Discover Four Ways To See Vilnius From Above

views from the bell tower

Always on the hunt for new weekend destinations to visit, I was delighted to discover that Wizz Air now offer a perfect weekend getaway to the fairytale, UNESCO world heritage city of Vilnius. It’s one of the largest preserved medieval cities in Europe with crumbling baroque churches, restored palaces, impressive cathedrals and a wealth of bustling cobbles. It is stunning …

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Our Exhilerating Ride On The Longest Zipwire In Europe

Longest zipwire in Europe

Following the M56 from England into Wales, we descend into a land of rolling hills, ancient castles, quaint villages and rugged landscapes shrouded in mist. Hidden in the heart of Snowdonia, in a valley resembling Middle Earth, surrounded by pine forests and glistening lakes, you will find Zipworld and the longest zipwire in Europe. Descending from a plateau, with far-reaching …

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