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Cerdeira Village

What sets Cerdeira Village apart is the combination of quality accommodation with an ambitious cultural project. Cerdeira offers ideas and routes to explore this often forgotten region. The village develops ...

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Göreme

With so many other charming and more characteristic villages in Cappadocia, it’s a wonder that Göreme’s popularity never wanes. Its name recognition has been high among backpackers, a state of ...

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Khanom

Pretty and placid Khanom, halfway between Surat Thani and Nakhon Si Thammarat, quietly sits along the blue gulf waters. Overlooked by tourists who flock to the jungle islands nearby, this ...

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Racines

Racines, in German Language, Ratschings, extends itself between the Racines Valley and the Ridanna Valley, crossed by the river which has the same name. Populated mostly by German-speaking inhabitants, this ...

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Modica

Modica is an attractive historic town in south-eastern Sicily, one of the area’s UNESCO-listed Baroque towns. Modica is particularly famous for its chocolate, and it is an appealing destination for ...

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Lagos

Lagos, known to the Lusitanians and Romans as Lacobriga and to the Moors as Zawaia, became a shipyard of caravels during the time of Henry the Navigator. Edged by the ...

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Cape Town

Strikingly beautiful and separated by a barrier of mountains, Cape Town looks and feels different from the rest of South Africa. Its unique topography offers a range of activities, from ...

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Bever

In the heart of the expansive, high valley of the Engadin, the charming village of Bever is a particularly idyllic destination for families. It’s the combination of the harsh Engadine ...

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Neustift im Stubaital

Already the Romans left their marks in this area. The Stubaital valley has been mentioned for the first time in 1000 AC under the name of “Stupeia”. However, Neustift im ...

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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina, on the east coast of South America where the Río de la Plata meets the Atlantic Ocean. Its neoclassical architecture, cafe culture, and ...

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