Category: Local Events

Porto Santo: Portugal’s Diamond in the Rough

Where can you find sandy beaches, engaging sports, and an interesting history? The island of Porto Santo in Portugal! The island of Porto Santo is essentially one long beach of soft white sands. Like any other beach, it’s a great place to lay in the sun and relax with the sounds of the crystal ocean waves

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Adventure Racing in Croatia

Every year, Croatia hosts several levels of adventure racing events that are gaining in popularity as more tourists are turning in their beach sandals and sunhats for a chance to be challenged by the land. If you have a love for outdoor activities and sports, then a Croatian Adventure Race might be just the opportunity

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Family Fun Awaits at Egypt’s Dreampark

A visit to Egypt doesn’t always have to be cultural. Egypt has many fun and exciting options for kids of all ages, like the Dreampark in Cairo! Since 1999, Dreampark has delighted and excited visitors with thrilling rides, entertaining theatre, shopping outlets, and so much more! It’s easy to see why spending a whole day

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Appreciating the Art of the Peruvian Dancers

Dance is a vital element of the Peruvian culture. If you can plan your trip during one of Peru’s festivals so you can see the beauty of the dance for yourself. For over 10,000 years, the Peruvian people have engaged in music and dance as part of their culture. While musical instruments have evolved from

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Celebrate the Wine and Dödölle Festival in Nagykanizsa

One of Hungary’s greatest culinary events, the Wine and Dödölle Festival brings together more than just foodies. When it comes to bringing people together over food and wine, Hungary has it covered. Each year holds a celebration of wines originating from the Zala region, and the appreciation of one of Hungary’s traditional foods – dödölle.

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Spanish Cities Honoured as UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Spain has a group of 13 cities with the prestigious designation into UNESCO World Heritage. The amazing sites within this group make it clear why Spain has received this high honour. Alcalá de Henares Rich with history, this town is known for its monumental churches, walls that have stood for 4 centuries, and a distinghuised

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Turkey – The Other Holy Land

Turkey is not only known for having multi-cultural faiths, as is popular in many areas of the world, but for creating the ability to seamlessly harmonize its three prime religions in the land and in its people. Christianity, Judaism, and Islamic – these are the three religions that have survived the past persecutions on diversity

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Become a Part of the Estoril Open in Portugal

The Estoril Open is a tennis match held in Portugal each year at the end of March/beginning of April. Every year in March, tennis aficionados gather at the Estoril Coast in Portugal to become a part of the Estoril Open. Whether you’re participating as a competitor, or simply watching the game, there is an air

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Porcón Farm Offers Knowledge and Cullture

Farming is a tough job, and it’s no different in the community of Cajamarca´s northern highlands, where an agriculture initiative is in place. Get involved – learn how it’s done and build lasting memories and relationships with the farmers while you do! The Porcón Farm, also known as the Atahualpa Jerusalén Cooperative, has been in existence since

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Parque das Na̵̤es, Lisbon РBetter Than Your Average Park

As far as parks go, Lisbon is a great contender with its Parque das Nações … spend an entire day exploring the many wonders the park offers. The Parque das Nações in Lisbon is not your average park. Initially created for the Expo ’98 World Exhibition, it sits along the Tagus river and prominently displays

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