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Things to Do in Sydney Part 2

Stunning natural beauty, a thriving cultural scene and citywide love of the good life – Sydney has style and substance. The area has been home for 30,000 years to indigenous peoples who are now known locally as the Eora, which means ‘from this place‘. Today, the Sydney region is made up of 658 suburbs bordered by…

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Green Copenhagen: Explore Europe’s Most Sustainable City

Copenhagen received the European Commission’s European Green Capital Award in 2014 and ranks number one on the European Green City Index. It also often tops international happiness surveys. The city is not only on track to be carbon neutral by 2025, it is also designed to be livable and people-friendly. On your next trip to…

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Blooming Gorgeous! The Roots Of Europe’s National Flowers

The stunning beauty of nature can be truly appreciated during springtime, when the world comes alive after the bitter months of winter. For many people, spring is characterised by a plethora of wonderful flowers which burst from the soil from March through to May. The same feeling of triumph that we experience as winter disappears…

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Boats, Vespas and Autolibs’: Transport in Paris

There are a myriad of transport options that enable the visitor to explore the City of Light in its entirety. While much of Paris’s famed beauty is found in her walkable central arrondissements – best appreciated, intimately, on foot – bicycles, boats, car rental, scooters and Segways are available to those who want to explore…

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How to Cycle like a Local in Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s cycling statistics are impressive. Over 75% of Amsterdammers own at least one bike (totalling an incredible 880,000 bikes in a city of 780,000 people); around half the journeys in the city are made by bike, and those add up to a daily total of about 2 million km! Cycling really is a way of…