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10 Most Beautiful Villages in Europe

10 Most Beautiful Villages in Europe
From the Alps to the Mediterranean, these frozen-in-time European villages will make you appreciate the beauty of taking it slow. Reaching some of these European beauties requires extra effort, yet the rewards are dazzling. Your eyes will thank you. Hallstatt, Austria The storybook town of Hallstatt in central Austria enjoys a gorgeous setting on the bank of the Hallstätter See, between the pristine lake and a lush mountain that rises dramatically from the water’s edge. A history of salt mining dating back thousands of years has translated into enduring prosperity for the town, which is most evident in the beautiful square ringed with ivy-covered buildings. Manarola, Italy Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune (municipality) of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. Image Source Bibury, England Image Source Colmar, France Image Source Reine, Norway Image Source Pučiśća, Croatia Image Source Telč, Czech Republic Image Source Cong, Ireland Image Source

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Most Beautiful Villages Around The World photo Popeye Village, is a group of rustic and ramshackle wooden buildings located at Anchor Bay in the north-west corner of the Mediterranean island of Malta. Photo by: Mosin Village on the bank of the Niger river, Mali. Photo by: Yann Arthus-Bertrand Hidden mountain village in Southern China.

Train travel in Italy, a beginner's guide Train tickets for Italy from just €9, €19, €29... There's no better way to see the great cities of Italy than by train. The trains link just about every Italian town or city of any significance, centre to centre, with advance-purchase fares from just €9/€19/€29. Driving and parking in Italian cities is a nightmare and the new high-speed train network is now faster, more convenient and more relaxing than flying. For example, Rome to Florence takes just 1 hour 32 minutes at up to 175 mph from €19, Rome to Venice 3 hours 45 minutes from €29, Rome to Naples 1 hour 10 minutes from €19, Rome to Milan 2 hours 55 minutes from €29. Zero check-in, no need to get to and from remote airports, no baggage fees or weight limits.

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Top 10 Underrated Cities in Europe Every year millions of tourists flock to popular European cities like London, Paris, Barcelona, Rome and Milan. The average tourist knows all about the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the great shopping in Milan or Buckingham Palace in London, but there are plenty of beautiful European cities that are off the radar for most tourists. If you want a unique holiday that includes some of the less talked about places in Europe, here is our pick of Europe’s ten most underrated cities that don’t get their fair share of the limelight: 10. European holidays: Guardian writers share their tips – and you can too Le Comptoir Général, Paris A 10-minute walk from the metro stop République, past the trendy young Parisians languishing along canal Saint-Martin, lies Le Comptoir Général. But don't look for it by name. Instead head for 80 quai de Jemmapes, where you'll probably be met by a queue and a tall, friendly Senegalese bouncer.

How to Plan a Responsible Trip to Africa Video Africa is filled with beautiful tourist destinations and has something for everyone. This video will show you the best ways to travel around Africa responsibly.See Transcript Hi, my name is Nathan Buck for and today I'm going to talk about how to plan a responsible trip to Africa. This video will be referencing the excellent guide content on the Africa Travel site. Africa Travel: Use a Responsible Tour Operator This is probably the number one recommendation, as your money will be filtering through to all the numerous sub-contractors that your operator will be using.

10 Most Famous Trees in the World Famous trees come and go. L’Arbre du Ténéré was once considered the most isolated tree on Earth, a landmark on caravan routes in the Sahara, until it was knocked down by a drunk Libyan truck driver in 1973. This year in August, the famous Anne Frank tree in Amsterdam was blown down by high winds during a storm. Luckily, there are still many special trees out there. An overview of the most famous trees in the world. Dublin Travel Guide: Iconic Itineraries from Condé Nast Traveler Day 1: Dublin It’s your first day in Dublin, and if you’re here between April and September, you’re strolling green lawns littered with students having lunch. You’re in St. Stephen’s Green , the city’s main park and part of the largest intact eighteenth-century quarter in Europe. Mediterranean destinations you have to visit Summer may be over but that doesnt’ mean we’ll stop traveling! The Mediterranean sea features some of the best destinations to visit, so let’s waste no time and see the ones worth exploring. Tunis

Natural Habitat Adventures The migration of nearly two million wildebeest and zebra across the plains of Tanzania's Serengeti and Kenya's Maasai Mara is one of the oldest and last great land migrations on the planet. The movements are dictated solely by the rains and food sources (grasses), with zebras eating the long grasses, while wildebeests follow to feast on fresh shoots. While often unpredictable and not a perfect science, the typical movements of the herds are illustrated in the interactive map below, which also shows the locations of camps in each area. January In January, wildebeest and zebra herds continue to move south, mostly along the eastern edge of the Serengeti, toward the fresh short grasses of the Ndutu plains, while much of the migration has already arrived in the southern Serengeti near Lake Ndutu where the animals will graze and prepare to drop their young. Large herds dot the plains as far as the eye can see, and predators watch the herds closely.

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Europe is indeed very beautiful! The views and places are normally awesome. Wish I can reach in these beautiful places. by phyllisbliss Sep 16

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