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  • Christmas fair in Budapest  By : Michele De Capitani
    One of the most appreciated Christmas traditions is represented by Christmas fairs, which every year occupy the most beautiful squares of cities all around the world, bringing a unique Christmas atmosphere, characterised by lights, colours, flavours and smells that have the capacity to recall immediately the most beloved feast.
  • Travel Deals Blog Leading Travel Deals Guide-00-781  By : qxmax
    The simple secret to getting a good travel deal online is to shop around. Often a you can find price differences between sites. If you are willing to do your homework, a better rate can usually be found.
  • How to Start Tour Guide Career?  By : OrreryHIM
    Cherie, I really want to do this, where do I start? You know, if you really want to do it and again it’s not for everyone, but if you really want to do it and your heart’s in it, it’s a little bit of work to get started and it’s worth the persistence. It took me a lot of persistence to get it, my students it doesn’t take as much because I can lead hem though, but you do,
  • The professional Tripist  By : Jakko Jakko
    Travel tips

    When you go on a trip, whether it is a business trip or a vacation or holiday trip you need to get hold of a few tips. First of all if it is vacation or holiday trip you want to know where you are going. You want to go to a place where you can relax on the beach, or maybe you want to go to a place where you can just stay inside your hotel room and sleep all day and not be bothered, maybe there is a chance that you want to go to a place just to do shopping.
  • Trastevere, a quarter for all the tastes  By : Michele De Capitani
    If you want to relax, taste the typical Roman cuisine, have a walk among peaceful little streets o spend a nice evening with your friends after a whole day in the queues and squares of Colosseo, Roman Forum and S. Peter square’s, you have to make a little tour in Trastevere quarter.
  • Coptic christmas in Cairo  By : Michele De Capitani
    Christmas is particularly important in Egypt, although most Egyptians are Muslim. In particular, 10% of Egyptians are Coptic Christians, i.e. they are part of the Coptic Church, which has an own Pope, different from the Catholics’ one, and which consider Saint Mark as their first Pope, since he introduced Christianity in Egypt.
  • How to travel Cheap in Paris?  By : dch
    Visiting Paris for leisure, business or holiday vacations can surely dig a hole in your pocket considering the high living standards there. But planning your trip and following some simple travel tips can save you a lot.
  • Why Tour Guide Needs Training?  By : OrreryHIM
    Why do I need training? I’ve traveled a lot and I love people, and I love travel. And the companies get lots of resumes that say I love people and I love travel so I would be a great tour director and that helps, but you know what Donna?
  • Spending your holiday in Nerja, Spain  By : Vincent Berkmans
    50 kilometers away from Malaga and a mere 45 minutes drive on the N340 highway and you will reach Nerja, Spain, an old fishing village known for its Andalucian character, cobbled streets and whitewashed houses. The heart of the village contains Balcon de Europa, a promenade built along the cliff which is lined with palm trees and has the best panoramic view of the Mediterranean. Nerja has nine sandy beaches totaling to 16 kilometer stretch.
  • 5 Tips to Make A Pleasant Trip To Hawaii  By : Vincent Berkmans
    Do you know that Hawaii is one of the cheapest places to visit? As a matter of fact, some travel agencies offer an $80 a day travel for those who are willing to plan their vacation ahead of time. Even if you’re not so concerned about money, you should still make preparations in advance, after all, you wouldn’t want to spend your precious time determining what to do and where to go, would you? In this article, you will find some advice which can help make your Hawaiian trip as pleasant as possible.
  • 9 Tips for Renting Vacation Homes  By : Vincent Berkmans
    With the US economy on a downward spiral, Americans are learning to tie their belts as life if becoming more difficult. Unfortunately, the US isn’t the only one affected, we have now what we call as a world economic crisis and there is a need for everyone to learn saving and spending wisely.
  • Something to suit everybody's fancies  By : Michele De Capitani
    There's a place where you can't be bored in there whilst on holiday. A unique place with the highest concentration of fun sites of all Europe. There's a place so close to everyone's house called Riviera Romagnola. We say Riviera Romagnola and we just think about amusement. And we're doing the right thing.
  • Somerset House ice rink in London  By : Michele De Capitani
    Everybody, at least once in a lifetime, and particularly during the winter and Christmas holidays, has put on the skates and faced the ice layer of the various rinks that, between November and January, invade both mountain villages and cities.
  • Why rent Apartments Pakostane?  By : Ana Rasin
    A search on the internet about Pakostane would reveal very few resources, but don’t fall for this. A municipality in the Zadar County, Pakostane is known for its almost isolated gravel beaches and pine woods. Located a couple of minutes away from the Zadar and Split airports, Pakostane’s strategic location has contributed much to its tourism, making it one of the top tourist destinations in Croatia. Going to Pakostane is easy because it is connected with the European road network, with several buses departing from major cities in Europe.
  • Africolor festival in Paris  By : Michele De Capitani
    Africa is certainly one of those places where music is considered as particularly important, both as a means of expression and as a way to have fun, but also as an important feature of a people’s culture and history.
  • Hotel in Jaipur  By : Rhyming generator
    Jaipur is better known as the Pink City, owing to the distinctive pink shade that covers its houses and walls. Jaipur is credited with being one of the most well-planned cities, complete with majestic palaces, forts and temples. One of the most important structures of Jaipur is the City Palace, which houses within itself several beautiful palaces and temples. Jaipur's most recognised feature is the Jantar Mantar Observatory, which is one of the only functional observatories built by Sawai Jai Singh II. Also well-recognised in Jaipur is the red and pink sandstone Hawa Mahal or Palace of Winds. This palace was built to let the royal ladies watch the proceedings of the bazaars in the Jaipur city, without being seen themselves. Another important landmark in Jaipur is the Amber Fort, located on a hillock overlooking the Maota Lake. The huge gateways and temple inside are worth watching. Jaipur is known for its several havelis and you're sure to find at least one in every corner. Along with sightseeing, Jaipur is also popular for its Rajasthani cuisine, which includes both vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies. The markets of Jaipur are also interesting, and they offer a large variety of footwear, jewellery and Rajasthani handicrafts.
  • Car Hire; A Tri Factor Approach  By : Robert Thomson
    A look at the key considerations to make when selecting a car hire company.
  • Japan Festival in Berlin  By : Michele De Capitani
    Japan is characterised by an ancient history and culture on one hand, and by an amazing capacity to look at the future, and at everything that is connected to technology and modernity on the other hand.
  • Conference Centre  By : David T.
    Organizing a conference can be incredibly easy if you have planned well in advance. There are several things that you must keep in mind while booking a conference centre.
  • In praise of shadows in Istanbul  By : Michele De Capitani
    From the 22nd January to the 6th May 2009 Istanbul will host a particularly interesting exhibition, which mixes up art, cinema, and folkloristic traditions.
  • 9 'Secrets' to Improve Your Hotel Stay  By : Carson Danfield
    You want a hotel to be your 'home away from home', but many aspects of hotel pricing and policy are anything but homey.
  • Airline Luggage Tips  By : Carson Danfield
    What are the size and weight restrictions for my luggage?

    - Since the Airlines’ luggage restrictions are going through a recent period frequent change, you should check directly with your Airline as to size, weight and number of bags that you can check and carry-on.
  • Cruising for the First Time  By : Carson Danfield
    If you’re like a great many people, you’ve often thought about going on a cruise, but you’re hesitant to really give it a try.

    Perhaps you don’t know if you’d enjoy the experience, or maybe you think that it would cost too much or that you’d be bored or overtaken by seasickness.
  • Delayed and Cancelled Flights  By : Carson Danfield
    How can I avoid flight delays?

    - Research the Airlines’ on-time ratings and use the Airline with the best rating.
  • Finding the Right Cruise for You  By : Carson Danfield
    The most popular cruise destinations now are the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and Alaska. Here is how to choose the perfect region for your next cruise...


    Most cruises focus on one of two regions...

    - Western Mediterranean, including the west coast of Italy, the French Riviera, southern Spain and Portugal and perhaps Tunisia or Gibraltar.
  • Free Airline Tickets & Special Treatment  By : Carson Danfield
    How can I receive special treatment and free tickets from the Airline?

    - Get to know the Airline personnel that you see the most. If you use the same Airline to fly out of the same airport, take some time to recognize people. If you take the time to get to know them, it will make traveling more pleasant and the contacts you develop will be able to help you with problems and might even result in some free upgrades.
  • How To Avoid Gaining Weight on Vacation  By : Carson Danfield
    Many people return from vacation dismayed to find that they gained several pounds. It's sometimes almost impossible to eat sensibly on the road.


    - Don't starve yourself before your trip. Dramatically cutting back on calories will send your body into the starvation mode, which means it will burn fewer calories to conserve energy.
  • How to Avoid Having Your Luggage Lost  By : Carson Danfield
    An estimated 30 million bags failed to arrive at their destinations on time last year.

    WHAT TO DO...

    Remove old baggage claim tags, then attach a sturdy ID tag to your bag with your phone number, your travel agent's business address and a PO Box or your business address.
  • Luxurious Cruises at Bargain Prices  By : Carson Danfield
    The cruise ship business is booming. Millions of Americans are taking vacations afloat every year and 6 huger passenger liners (including the largest cruise ship in the world, Freedom of the Seas) were launched in 2006.

    There is such an overwhelming array of iteneries, ships, packages and prices today that it can seem almost impossible to know whether you're getting the right trip at the right price.
  • Make the Most of Frequent-Flier Opportunities  By : Carson Danfield
    Frequent-flier programs are always changing - sometimes for better...sometimes for worse.

    The newest opportunities and how to take advantage of them...

    The Internet offers a wide range of special offers. Frequent fliers who aren't already Internet-savvy might find this is a good time to learn.

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