Brussels City Guide

Historic yet modern, original yet multicultural, bureaucratic yet surprising… these are only some of the words describing Belgium’s breathtaking capital. With art nouveau facades and concrete buildings, the Grand Place as one of the world’s most beautiful squares and charming medieval core, Brussels is a must see for everyone who calls himself a real traveller. […]

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Airport bus Moscow

Sheremetyevo Airport is an international airport located in Molzhaninovsky District, 29 km northwest of central Moscow. It is a hub for the Russian international airline Aeroflot, and one of the three major airport that serve the Russian capital, along with Domodedovo Airport and Vnukovo Airport. In 2017, the Sheremetyevo Airport handled over 40 million passengers, […]

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24 Hours in London

London is one of the world’s most visited cities and there’s a reason (actually, not just one) for that, from culture and history to cuisine and entertainment scene. The city’s buildings tell its unique and beguiling story, and many of them, like the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey and Big Ben, have become one of […]

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Airport bus Santorini

Santorini (Thira) Airport (JTR) is an international airport in Santorini/Thira, Greece, located north of Kamari village, about 6 km southeast of the center of Thira. It serves as a hub for Ryanair, Olympic Air and Aegean Airlines, along with seasonal scheduled and charter flights from other airlines during the higher seasons through the year. The […]

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Venice City Guide

Capital of the Veneto region, Venice is a unique city known for its canals and churches which, together with breathtaking scenery, make it one of the most romantic destinations in Europe. Numerous museums and art galleries are all worth visiting during your stay, since the city is an authentic cradle of Italian history and culture. […]

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Why Visit Prague

As the ‘City of a Thousand Spires’, Prague is one of Europe’s architectural gems. From Gothic and Baroque to Renaissance and Art Nouveau styles, the city has been an important UNESCO World Heritage Site which attracts more and more tourists each year. The narrow streets open up onto fantastic squares which are home to medieval-looking […]

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Airport bus Reykjavik

Keflavik International Airport, also known as Reykjavik-Keflavik Airport, is the largest airport in Iceland and the country’s most important hub for international transportation. It is located approximately 50 km from the city’s centre (the city is also served by another, smaller Reykjavik Airport only 2 km from the capital and only serves internal flights within […]

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