5 Reasons to Visit Croatia

Collaborative post Croatia is an increasingly popular Mediterranean holiday destination and with good reason. This small, European country boasts a fantastic climate, breathtaking scenery and delicious cuisine. There’s also no shortage of things to see and do when visiting Croatia. Here are just five reasons to consider Croatia for your next vacation. Knock-out Beaches Croatia’s …

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Discover Lake District. Grasmere to Ambleside hiking

Lake District is considered (probably) the best area for hiking in the UK. Lakes, green paths, picturesque towns and more. So let’s start by introducing the area. Lake District The Lake District, also known as the Lakes or Lakeland, is a mountainous region and a popular holiday destination in North West England. It is famous for its lakes, forests, and mountains and …

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Useful Tips If You Are Looking For A Job In Another Country

Sponsored post First of all, you should consider the following questions: 1. What country do you prefer? What do you know about this country? What is your knowledge of the culture, mindset, laws, unemployment rate, and housing costs? Gather all the required information from the comfort of your home in the era of social networks. …

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Costa Brava’s most beautiful towns and villages

The Costa Brava is a coastal region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain, that stretches from the town of Blanes, 60 km (37 mi) northeast of Barcelona, to the French border. In the 1950s, Costa Brava was identified by the Spanish government and local entrepreneurs as suitable for substantial development as a holiday destination, mainly for package holiday tourists from Europe.  Besides picturesque beaches and luxury resorts, Costa Brava …

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Camí de Ronda – Impressive hiking trail in Costa Brava

History The Camí de Ronda (Camino de Ronda) was a footpath built along the Costa Brava coast to help the Guardia Civil control the coast and stop smuggling. The origins are located in the 19th century when it was formed from small footpaths through the cliffs along the coast of Catalonia. In the 20th Century, especially in the postwar period, the path …

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