Bayeux Walking Tour

Bayeux – A Town of Norman Architecture In the northern department of Normandy, you’ll find the stunning town of Bayeux. By no means one of the larger towns in France, but certainly one worth visiting, nonetheless. Having been one of the few towns spared during the war, the town has preserved a rich architectural heritage. […]

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Albi Walking Tour

The Episcopal City of Albi Located on the edge of the River Tarn, in the heart of the Haute-Garonne Department, you’ll find the mesmerizing commune of Albi. This historical site is home to some of the most ancient episcopal landmarks in all of France. Having been made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010, you […]

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Antwerp Walking Tour

Antwerp – Belgium’s Port City The stunning port city of Antwerp is Belgium’s second-largest city after Brussels. A centre of architecture and the arts, Antwerp attracts over 3.5 million overnight visitors. 14 million if you include day-trippers.   When it comes to impressive structures and buildings, it certainly doesn’t get much better than Antwerp. The […]

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Bern Walking Tour

Bern – The Hidden Gem of Switzerland Hidden within the heart of Switzerland, you have the enchanting city of Bern. The landscape of the Bern region truly is something remarkable. The inner city is entirely surrounded by the Aare River, while the countryside was formed by glaciers during the most recent Ice Age. So as […]

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Brighton Walking Tour

Brighton – England’s Seaside Resort Located along the south-east coast of, Brighton is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. From beaches to shopping areas to culture and the Arts, Brighton has it all.   When it comes to the city’s landmarks, visitors are quite often blown away by the unexpected sights […]

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Rome Walking Tour

Rome – the eternal city of visible history The foundation stone for Rome was laid on seven hills near the banks of the Tiber about 2,700 years ago. The city in southern Italy is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has since grown into a metropolis with almost three million inhabitants. Within the […]

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Bergen Walking Tour

Bergen – The Gateway to the Fjords Bergen is the second-largest city in the beautiful country of Norway. Known for its vibrant green landscapes and reputation as the gateway to the Norwegian fjords, the city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. You can take part in fantastic experiences here. Canoe amongst […]

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Belfast Walking Tour

Belfast – The Capital of Northern Ireland Despite not being one of the most visited places in the world, Belfast can make for quite the holiday destination. Yes, the region doesn’t benefit from the glorious sunshine that the Caribbean Islands do. Nor is it home to beautifully snow-covered ski slopes. However, there’s no doubt that […]

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Bath Walking Tour

Bath – A UNESCO World Heritage City The city of Bath, Somerset can be found in the southeast of England, 156 km west of London, and 18 km south of Bristol. This lively city is home to an exquisite range of historical sites and attractions. However, the most notable is without a doubt the Roman-built […]

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Belgrade Walking Tour

Belgrade – The White City The largest and capital city of Serbia, Belgrade is the country’s most visited city. It is a global hub of contemporary art in Europe and is one of the five most creative cities in the world. It hosts regular cultural events that are renowned throughout Europe. From its Film Festivals […]

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