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Discover Sardinia

Part of Italy, Sardinia is blessed with amazing beaches and crystal clear waters. But it is not only the beaches that should convince you to visit. This gorgeous islands has much more to offer to its visitors: unique archaeological sites; beautiful cities; quaint villages; hiking, climbing and mountain biking; traditions, festivals and concerts; delicious food and fantastic wines – just to name a few.
Discover the many beauties of this island at the heart of the Mediterranean

Adventures

Fill your life with adrenaline as you explore the world.
There is no better way to explore the world than getting closer to nature. Mountains, volcanoes, ocean, forests, deserts – we like it all. Get inspired to go and find plenty of tips to prepare for the best short and long distance hikes and the most mighty volcano treks. Discover the best places in the world to appreciate nature and get your adrenaline fill.

Ecotourism

Learn how to travel the world in a more responsible way.

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How To Make The Most Of One Week In Japan

How To Make The Most Of One Week In Japan

To some travelers, a one week Japan itinerary is a fool's errand. The country is simply too rich in destinations (and too large, in spite of how it may look on a map) to see any of it in a week, even if you stick to one or two cities. I offer a different perspective,...

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20 Great Day Trips From Rome

20 Great Day Trips From Rome

There are many incredible day trips from Rome and you can easily leave the city and feel a world apart from it.  Rome literally is the ultimate place to visit in Italy, and it is only fair that it receives the amount of attention it gets from tourists. It's a...

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A Complete Guide To Cesis, Latvia

A Complete Guide To Cesis, Latvia

Cesis is a lovely well kept medieval town located in the North East of Latvia, in the region of Gauja. The first mention of Cesis dates back to 1206. Thanks to its vicinity to the Gauja River, this small town was a well known trading port and it even became part of...

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