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4 Things You Will Love About Prague

If you plan a vacation to the Czech Republic anytime soon, you cannot say that your itinerary is complete until you put Prague on the list. The rest of the country is lovely as well, but Prague has a particular charm that you will fall in love with. And what is there not to love?… Keep Reading

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5 Money Saving Tips for Hiring a Car Abroad

A holiday abroad is a much awaited one. That is why you do your very best to make sure that all your bases are covered, and you have everything patted down and ready to go. Unless you have a lot of money to burn, you will want to look at ways you can save up… Keep Reading

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5 Places to Paddleboard in Europe This Summer

Inspired by the sport of surfing, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, or SUP is becoming a worldwide phenomenon. In fact, 9.6 million people participated in SUP outings in 2012. People from all over the world participate in the sport, which requires you to stand on a longboard and paddle through the water. If you’re planning a… Keep Reading

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Places to Visit on your Next Vacation to Hawaii

Beaches, white sand, and clear waters – this is something that everyone enjoys. If you are looking for some tours that take you around the world’s best beaches, make sure to check out Bookmundi for some great options. Of all the places that I have seen, one experience that stayed with me was from my… Keep Reading

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How to travel with Ferries to Italy?

Transportation is an essential part of a country. It is the way through which a person reaches from one place to another. The waterways were major public transportation at a time when airplanes did not exist. These days the long distances are often covered by places. But short distances between islands or between two places… Keep Reading

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Traveling Abroad? Get An International Phone Card

There was a time when people managed to live their entire lives without being exposed to the world around them. This meant that they lived, studied, worked and died in their own country, among familiar faces without ever having to interact with anyone from a foreign country. There are indeed generations that have passed before… Keep Reading

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The Rise of Cannabis Tourism

With Canada’s legalization of marijuana, cannabis tourism is on the rise. If you’re traveling to Prague, you may be wondering what the rules are or if you can even get a hold of cannabis while in town. Here’s the good news: Prague is one of the most liberal cities in Europe when it comes to… Keep Reading

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Top 6 Cities in the World to Play Chess

Chess is one of the oldest and most popular games in the world. With a colorful history that dates back to 600 AD, nearly half a billion people play chess today. Chess masters can be found in nearly every city in the world, but these six cities have the most enthusiastic players. 1. Moscow, Russia… Keep Reading

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6 Credit Card Travel Benefits You Could Be Missing Out On

Most travelers are aware that you can earn air miles by using your credit card, and many travelers take advantage of this to rack up Airpoints which they can use to get free flights, accommodation and lots more. While this can be very rewarding, your credit card might come with other less known travel benefits… Keep Reading

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Travel Tips For Those Heading To Florida For Holiday

Florida is a popular destination among people from all over the world as the state has quite a lot to offer. The state has quite a bit of money added to its economy due to the sheer amount of tourists that visit. Even some of the worst natural weather disasters cannot keep people from visiting… Keep Reading

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