"Getaways"

Do you know Bonaire?

Located in the heart of the Caribbean, nestled cozily between Aruba and Curaçao, is the small, serene Dutch island of Bonaire. With beautiful year-round temperatures, Bonaire is the perfect beach getaway. Bonaire ...

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Luberon: exceptional touristic qualities

The Natural Regional Park of Luberon is situated in the Massif of Luberon composed of three mountain chains the Little Luberon, the Big Luberon and the Oriental Luberon. Laying in-between ...

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The Hague: the beating heart ...

Brilliantly colored tulips, charming canals, wooden windmills and plenty of Gouda cheese are expected while traveling in Holland. What you might not expect is how much you’ll love The Hague. ...

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Learn about Malta’s history

In 2015, travelers to Malta with beyond3sixty and Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa will be able to get a back-door entrance to many of the island’s world-famous historic attractions, private homes and Palazzos on ...

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A Trip to Greenland’s Remote ...

It is always the season for gifts and there’s one type of present that will almost always put a smile on your loved one’s face: travel. Next fall, Natural Habitat Adventures has just ...

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The Sphinx is over!

Egypt will soon open to tourists the courtyard in front of the Sphinx, the colossal monument which has been under restoration for nearly four years. Carved from a single ridge ...

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Celebrate the winter on the ...

It’s hard to believe that back in September 1864 Johannes Badrutt made a bet with his English summer guests that resulted into a 150-year-long history of inviting tourists from all ...

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A Floating Snowflake for Hotel

Possibly straight out of our childhood dreams, the upcoming 86-room Krystall Hotel shaped like a snowflake will be making its way onto the waters of the fjords of Tromsø, Norway ...

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Limitless luxury amongst the clouds

With almost every corner of this beautiful property boasting floor-to-ceiling windows providing panoramic views across London, it’s not hard to see why Shangri-La’s debut London property is a hit with ...

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A natural phenomenon called Cenote

The Maya called them dzonots (sacred wells). The Spanish, mangling the Mayan name, called them cenotes. A cenote is a natural phenomenon, a sinkhole in the Earth’s surface. The Yucatan ...

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