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12th February 2021 by Andy

Cheapest places to holiday in December

December kicks off the global festive season, so it’s the perfect time to pack up and go on an adventure. You get the best of weather extremes, with Christmas markets shimmering beneath first snow falls on one side of the world and the hot, summer sun hitting the beach on the other. Prices do rise for flights and accommodation, however, the team at Travelscoop is always on the lookout for fantastic deals, so your Christmas holidays won’t break the bank.Let’s take a look at some of our...

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27th December 2020 by Budget Traveller

Is Olomouc worth visiting?

Like love, with some cities it is just a weird impulse…you just love them unconditionally. I don’t when I fell in love but I maybe I can tell you how I fell in love with Olomouc and why it is worth visiting in 2021. I first came across Olomouc in a worn out, tattered edition of Lonely Planet’s fabulous ‘Europe on a Shoestring’ guidebook. I think it was the summer of 2012. I had just picked up the book from a flea market in Edinburgh. It was a pretty tough period in my life. I was...

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25th January 2021 by TravelDave

Explore the unique outdoors of South Bohemia, Czech Republic by river raft

The Czech Republic is a perfect destination for adventure. With loads of nature and fun outdoor activities on offer, you can easily escape into the wilderness. One trip that brings back many great memories from my adventures across the Czech Republic has to be heading to South Bohemia, and exploring.... The post Explore the unique outdoors of South Bohemia, Czech Republic by river raft appeared first on Travel Dave. ......

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17th August 2020 by Budget Traveller

11 best things to do in Český Krumlov: Where to visit, eat & drink

Dramatically poised at a loopy bend of the free flowing Vltava River, lies the picturesque Czech town of Cesky Krumlov. With the green rolling hills of Southern Bohemia as the backdrop, Cesky Krumlov looms in the foreground like an absurdly pretty fairy tale town. The medieval castle built by the mighty Rosenbergs in the fourteenth century dominates the scene, particularly the embellished bell tower, painted in multiple hues. The cobbled streets, Baroque Theatre, pretty Gothic houses and...

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1st August 2020 by Budget Traveller

Prague with the locals - 24 alternative things to do

My brand new post is list of 24 alternative, best things to in Prague. After visiting Prague a few times, I’ve begun to realise that the city is basically a intricate patchwork of villages just like my former home, Edinburgh. If you walk in any direction for 30 minutes, you’ll find yourself somewhere completely different. The problem is that most visitors when they come to Prague, end up wandering the historic core of the city and in the process miss out on the real Prague. Prague’s inner...

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13th January 2020 by Twins that Travel

Visiting Prague at Christmas: A winter guide

Visiting Prague at Christmas has been a dream of mine since I read the book: Daughter of Smoke and Bone. Set amongst the city’s wintery streets, this magical story follows the tale of Karou, an art student who lives between Prague’s historic lanes and a monster’s workshop (filled, incidentally, with teeth and bones). The book, filled with lyrical descriptions of Prague and its gothic spires, not only had me captivated – but determined to visit the city during the winter....

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26th January 2021 by Twins that Travel

Visting Prague at Christmas: A Winter Guide

Visiting Prague at Christmas has been a dream of mine since I read the book: Daughter of Smoke and Bone. Set amongst the city’s wintery streets, this magical story follows the tale of Karou, an art student who lives between Prague’s historic lanes and a monster’s workshop (filled, incidentally, with teeth and bones). The book, filled with lyrical descriptions of Prague and its gothic spires, not only had me captivated – but determined to visit the city during the winter....