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The Best Cities in Europe for Live Music

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Feeling down now that summer is over? While the time for outdoor festivals has come and gone, the live music scene in many European cities continues to rage on indoors. By taking short breaks from your job using remaining holiday time, you can get away from your home for extended city break. What are the best cities in Europe for live music this autumn? If you plan your trip to any one of the following three cities, we practically guarantee that you will have a great time. 1) Berlin Berlin is considered to be the cultural capital of Germany, as…

What to Know Before Buying a Eurail Pass

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The Eurail Pass is one of the most popular train options available to travelers planning a European trip, but it can also be a source of confusion for some travelers. Below are key things to know before you decide whether or not to purchase a pass. It’s Not Ideal for Limited Point-to-Point Travel If it’s your first visit to Europe, you may have the misconception that a Eurail Pass is the best way to go regarding your train travel. It can be, but that depends on the type of trip you’re taking. If you’re going to be traveling to many…

The Best Music Festivals In France & Spain This Summer

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The departure of the winter and the slow but steady hike to the warmer months of the year can only mean one thing – summer music festival season is right around the corner! It’s no secret that Europe does music and performing arts festivals better than pretty much anywhere else in the world – which is precisely why millions floor from all over the world to some of France and Spain’s most popular and iconic events. 2015 once again turned out to be just about the best year on record – the good news being that 2016 could be even…

UK Spotlight: Isle of Wight

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The Isle of Wight is situated just off the coast of Hampshire in the English Channel, it is the second most populous of the English isles with a population of just over 132,000 ‘Vectensians’ as they are known. The Isle has been a county in it’s own right since the turn of the 20th Century having previously been part of the county of Hampshire. The island is believed to have been separated from mainland Britain after the last ice-age thawed and as a result of the split and the subsequent periods, the island’s landscape is rocky and has several cliffs…

Musicians Tourist Guide to Edinburgh

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Edinburgh, the land of the bagpipe and the beautiful capital of Scotland and a historic landmark of Western Europe, should definitely be on the bucket list of any music traveler. The city of Edinburgh is the second most popular tourist destination in the UK after world-reknowned London, receiving over one million foreign visitors every year.

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