Buy 2 Munich Tours and Save 20% on Your 3rd!

From now until August 22, 2013, when you buy two Munich tours you get 20% OFF of your 3rd tour! That’s right – Buy 2 tours, save 20% on your 3rd!

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August 8, 2013 by
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Meet Garvan Rushe, a Private Guide in Dublin, Ireland

Meet Garvan!

Although Garvan Rushe is a certified tour guide and has given over 200 tours in The Emerald Isle’s current capital, he seems like someone who could continue telling stories in the local pub, long after his tours. Not only is he enthusiastic about welcoming visitors, he has a Bachelor of Arts in Medieval Irish and Celtic Studies.

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August 7, 2013 by
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Shanghai’s Hidden Attractions

Jing’an Sculpture Park

In a city as large (24 million inhabitants) and as cosmopolitan as Shanghai, there is seldom a shortage of activity offerings for its residents and visitors. This being said, it can be nice to occasionally come across something new or unexpected in a metropolis so famous for its skyline and historic culture.

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August 7, 2013 by
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Cruises to the Middle East

View of Dubai from Burj al Arab

Many travelers wish to see the historic sites and experience the culture of the Middle East. However, for many, planning a trip to the Middle East seems daunting. That’s where cruising comes in. A cruise to the Middle East is an excellent way to experience many different cities and facets of this region of the world while traveling between each one comfortably and safely.

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August 7, 2013 by
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Copenhagen, the Next Great Green City

Copenhagen

By 2025, Copenhagen hopes to the world’s first carbon neutral capital. By 2050, the city’s goal is to be completely independent of fossil fuels. With goals like these, it’s no surprise the capital city in Denmark is filled with interesting sustainable experiences. Here are some top picks:

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August 2, 2013 by
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Visiting Zurich: Switzerland’s Biggest City

River boat cruising through Zurich

Zurich’s got a lot going for it. It’s Switzerland’s largest metropolis, sprawling along the Limmat River on the northern tip of Lake Zurich and surrounded by glorious Alpine scenery. It’s the powerhouse that turns the cogs of Switzerland’s banking system and has recently been awarded the ambiguous accolade of most expensive city in the world – just surpassing Tokyo.

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August 1, 2013 by
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Tips for Traveling Tahiti on a Budget

Tahiti

While often thought of as one of the world’s most expensive destinations, Tahiti is a viable option for those who want to have an enjoyable time without spending a fortune. To help you plan an affordable trip in paradise, here are top tips for traveling Tahiti on a budget.

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July 31, 2013 by
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Meet Walter Rodriguez Sanchez, a Private Guide in Cusco, Peru

Meet Walter!

Having been born and raised in ancient Cusco, Walter Rodriguez Sanchez has unparalleled knowledge of the city as well as all the communities and provinces in the Cusco State. In addition to this native’s knowledge, Walter also has an impressive academic background that informs his tours, including degrees in Tourism, Anthropology and Psychology.

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July 30, 2013 by
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Festivals Happening Around the World in August

Sunset at Burning Man Courtesy of Mypubliclands on Flickr

August is party-central across the globe, with people dancing in the streets all the way from Notting Hill, London, to Davao City, The Philippines. Here’s the best of a bumper crop of August festivals to keep us on our toes.

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July 29, 2013 by
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Provence Lavender Tour

Gordes

Provence is a beautiful region of southeastern France with varied landscapes and many medieval villages. In the summer, some of the highlights of visiting this region are tasting the fruit and vegetables harvested here, as well as observing the lavender fields in bloom. The Provence Lavender Half-Day trip covers all of these features with a visit to lavender fields and the Lavender Museum in Coustellet, along with stops in two small historical villages, Rousillon and Gordes.

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July 26, 2013 by
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