Posts Tagged“Europe”

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Photo by CC user Petr Kratochvil via http://www.ourecohouse.info/ and http://www.publicdomainpictures.net The UK is holding a referendum on the 23rd June 2016 to decide whether the people want to stay in the EU or leave, however recent research reveals that neither campaigns for the referendum have given a clear answer whether the UK will be better off in the EU or out of it according to university students, who have serious Brexit concerns. In addition they also felt that neither campaign cares about their views or concerns. Also the majority of students are concerned about what will happen if we do leave. The research…

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Trying to plan to perfect bachelor party? Your groom deserves a proper send off before tying the knot and there is no better place to do it than in Europe. Some of the planet’s wildest, loudest, sexiest, and most booze soaked cities are in the Old World. While there are dozens of epic stag party destinations in Europe, I’ve narrowed down a few of my favorite cities in Europe for bachelor parties. Amsterdam Let’s start with the obvious, for reasons that need not be explained Amsterdam will not disappoint for a stag party. Though this Dutch city has much more…

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Prague is an incredible place to visit, no wonder it welcomes over 5 million tourists every year. But what is it about the Czech Republic’s capital that makes it so captivating for visitors from all over the globe? Maybe it’s the rich history, the incredible architecture, or its status as one of the most hip up-and-coming cities in the world? Here are some amazing places in Prague you simply must include on your next visit.   St. Vitus Cathedral Located within the grounds of Prague Castle, this stunning cathedral is an excellent example of Gothic architecture and is also one…

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The United Kingdom’s population grew by 6.4‰ in the last year, the largest population growth in the whole of the European Union. While this might sound like quite a large figure in total, regional growth is incredibly uneven with cities and towns in the South growing considerably quicker than the rest of the UK. Places such as London and both the South West and South East regions saw their population grow by an average of 11.3%. In comparison, areas outside the South only experienced an average population growth of 5.5%. Furthermore Northampton and Cardiff were the only cities outside the…

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The city of Milan is one of the world’s most fashionable cities and is situated in the north of Italy. With its historical buildings, vibrant nightlife scene and of course excellent shopping opportunities, Milan attracts visitors from all over the globe. People who have just 24 hours in Milan should make sure they include the following things in their itinerary… See the Sites Milan has dozens of magnificent world famous buildings that are waiting to be discovered. Most of these attractions can be reached on foot, making getting around quick and easy. A good place to start is at the…

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Looking to get away on a city break this year, but can’t decide where to focus your attention. In 2015, the following places have been considered by many travel professionals to be among the best cities to visit in 2015. Soon after arrival in any of the following centers, you soon figure out what the fuss is all about… 1) Vancouver, Canada Wedged between the dramatic North Shore Mountains and the Georgia Strait, the uber modern city of Vancouver on the west coast of Canada is an urban highlight that every traveler should give at least a few days to…

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In the past year, a pair of trends have led to a dramatic reversal of positions in the global currency market. The ongoing American economic recovery from the Great Recession, buoyed further by a crash in oil prices has resulted in the surge of the dollar, while the Euro has tumbled in the face of continued economic struggles and the recent decision by the European Central Bank to finally open the taps of quantitative easing. Much of the talk lately has been centered around how this is a good thing for America, but there is a dark side to having…