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A Local’s Guide to the Best Restaurants in Alvor

Nestled along Portugal’s sunny Algarve coast, Alvor is a charming village boasting more than stunning long sandy beaches. Beyond the picturesque coastline lies a vibrant culinary scene waiting to be explored. From fresh seafood hauled straight from the Atlantic to delectable Portuguese specialities and international flavours, Alvor caters to every palate and budget. Ruccula Ruccula […]

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The Best Hotels with Exceptional Features for Babies in Europe

Planning a vacation with a baby can often feel overwhelming, but Europe boasts a variety of exceptional baby-friendly hotels. From the lush landscapes of Sicily to the sun-soaked shores of Greece, these hotels offer a perfect blend of luxury, comfort, and thoughtful amenities tailored for families with young children. With features like dedicated baby clubs,

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Travelling Low-Cost with an Infant. Hacks for EasyJet & Ryanair

Ryanair and EasyJet, the most popular low-cost airlines in Europe, had a very bad reputation in many ways. What about when you need to travel with infants? They had similar guidelines with some minor but key differences. Find them all below. Ryanair Cabin Baggage Allowance In summary, Ryanair charges €/£25 per infant that goes on

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Going to Watch the Paris Olympics? Here’s What You Should Bring

The 2024 Paris Olympics is quickly approaching, and excitement around the event is growing. News about the opening ceremony, athlete’s preparations, the city’s preparations for the games, and the influx of attendees keeps the hype alive and well. While Paris and participating athletes are getting ready, spectators should also be making similar preparations in advance.

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Finding Your Cup: Uncovering Mar del Plata’s Best Coffee Shops

After the craft beer and burger boom, Argentina is going through a period of coffee shop explosion. Besides the traditional cortado and “cafe con leche”, now shops offer what they call “cafe de especialidad”, meaning “craft” coffee with flat white, latte, macchiato and those options that are more common in other countries and big international

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