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Best Places to Travel with Kids in Europe

Best Places to Travel with Kids in Europe

When traveling in Europe with kids, one of the best things you can do is find spots that locals love. If locals love it, you probably will, too! Chances are you’ll save more money by visiting local spots rather than the more well-known tourist attractions. Here are some of the best places to travel with…

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By lifeandtravel, February 21, 2017
10 Tips for Travelling with Kids in Europe

10 Tips for Travelling with Kids in Europe

Do you have plans to travel to Europe with the whole family? Travelling with kids in Europe may take some intricate planning and scheduling, but being prepared will make your vacation smoother. Here are 10 tips for travelling with kids in Europe. 10 Tips for Travelling with Kids in Europe Pack light. There are some…

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By lifeandtravel, January 30, 2017
Epidaurus Theatre in All Its Splendour

Epidaurus Theatre in All Its Splendour

Epidaurus is one of the most popular archaeological sites in Greece, reflecting its splendour and magnificence. Located on the north eastern side of Peloponnese, in the region of Argolis, Epidaurus Greece is world famous for its Ancient Theatre. It’s about an hour and a half from Athens. Among all the ancient theatres, Epidaurus theatre is…

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By lifeandtravel, October 27, 2016
5 Stunning Spots in Zakynthos Greece

5 Stunning Spots in Zakynthos Greece

When visiting Greece, many tourists choose to explore the Greek islands in the Aegean sea. But it’s worth a visit to the other coast of beautiful Greece, and the islands of the Ionian sea – where one of my favourite Greek islands is situated. Zakynthos. Zakynthos is a popular tourist destination, with an international airport…

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By lifeandtravel, August 30, 2016
World War II Story of Survival in Greece: Popi

World War II Story of Survival in Greece: Popi

Last summer, I visited my parents’ village in western Greece. Their village had been burnt down during World War II, and left barren. Most of the tiny town (population of less than 1,000) was rebuilt, but there are still a few homes that are abandoned. The Germans invaded Greece on April 6, 1941. Resistance movements began in…

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By lifeandtravel, June 2, 2016
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