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Game of Thrones Film Sites Around the World

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The HBO award-winning fantasy drama, Game of Thrones, returns for its sixth season this April, just in time to help inspire your summer travels. Dedicated Game of Thrones tours now run in all the key filming locations, so you can voyage to the wild landscapes North of the Wall or follow in the footsteps of […]

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April 6, 2016 by | Comments Off on Game of Thrones Film Sites Around the World

Map: 27 Game of Thrones Filming Locations to Visit in Europe

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The otherworldly landscapes seen on-screen in the Game of Thrones are as captivating as the dragons, direwolves and white walkers that make the story so unique. From the icy wilderness North of the Wall to the soaring fortress of King’s Landing, many of the show’s most memorable scenes were shot in real-life locations dotted all […]

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April 24, 2015 by | Comments Off on Map: 27 Game of Thrones Filming Locations to Visit in Europe

Discovering the World of Game of Thrones in Croatia

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Battling the wind on top of the ramparts, the view over Dubrovnik’s terracotta-tiled rooftops is familiar. Perhaps it’s because I’ve seen it in a million travel brochures, but when my guide pulls out a screen shot of King’s Landing, it clicks into place. I can see a CGI-generated giant Sept of Baelor replacing Dubrovnik’s more […]

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April 9, 2015 by | Comments Off on Discovering the World of Game of Thrones in Croatia

Europe’s Cheapest Cities This Year

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You’ve heard it a lot in the last few months: Europe is cheaper than it’s been in a long time. The time to go is now. But Europe is a big place. So where should you visit to make the most of the strong dollar?

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March 25, 2015 by | Comments Off on Europe’s Cheapest Cities This Year

How to Snack Like a Local in Europe

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With so much food in the world to try, every traveler needs an excuse to snack between meals. Happily, many European countries build snacking right in to their culinary culture.

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August 1, 2014 by | Comments Off on How to Snack Like a Local in Europe

Where to Go in July: 20 Great Summer Travel Spots

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With July fast upon us, the global tourist industry is laying out the red carpet, opening its doors, and is enticing visitors inside. In addition to the established historical sites and natural wonders, destinations are adding an ever growing schedule of events and festivals to the resume. It’s not just about where you go anymore, […]

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June 30, 2014 by | 3 Comments

Exploring Bosnia From Dubrovnik

I recently spent some time in Dubrovnik, Croatia, and because I’m on somewhat of a quest to visit as many countries as I can, I decided to take a side trip from Dubrovnik to Medjugorje and Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina. However, the towns that we visited and the people that we met were so […]

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November 21, 2013 by | Comments Off on Exploring Bosnia From Dubrovnik

The 8 Best Value Destinations in Europe

Traveling Europe can be surprisingly affordable if you don’t mind skimping on certain luxuries and avoiding the west in favor of the cheaper nations of the east. The continent has plenty on offer that won’t break your bank account, but you have to know where to look. If you’re strapped for cash and want the […]

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July 8, 2013 by | Comments Off on The 8 Best Value Destinations in Europe

What to See and Do in Split, Croatia

When Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to retire, he could have chosen anywhere in the Roman Empire. The building of his vast retirement palace at Split was entirely an accident of geography – it was three miles (five km) down the road from the major Roman outpost at Salona, which in the third century AD was […]

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June 26, 2013 by | 1 Comment

Discovering Croatia, a Culinary Adventure

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Sandwiched between some of Europe’s most seductive culinary cultures, Croatia has fascinated epicurean travelers with surprisingly great food and wine since gaining independence in 1996. Some areas of Croatia were part of Italy until the end of WWII, and you’ll find gnocchi, pastas, and olive oil-based dishes on one hand and, on the other, paprika, […]

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June 5, 2013 by | 1 Comment