Cinque Terre, Italy. Five beautifully colored villages, between Pisa and Genoa, hidden in the northwest of Italy. These sleepy fishing villages built on hilltops offer great walking routes through this national park and UNESCO area. Even when you are not into walking, Cinque Terre is easy to visit by train and an absolute must-visit in Italy!
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The Saturnia thermal hot springs are one of Italy’s best-kept secrets. A collection of silk blue water springs on different levels who are heated by the nearby volcano. A small but powerful stream of water keeps the water flowing down all levels and makes sure it has a constant temperature of 37 degrees.
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Tuscany, with its rolling hills, vineyards and medieval castles and villages is one of the most picturesque regions in Italy. Tuscany is a region you have to love. Drive along the scenic roads in a 3-day road trip and discover some of the best things to do in Tuscany.
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Venice, the city of water. Where cars cannot come, and all transport goes by boats and bridges. Venice is one of the world’s most unique cities and therefore an absolute must-see while visiting Italy. Passing each street corner makes you want to pull out your camera and capture it so you can easily plan a 3-day city trip with all the things you can do in Venice.
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Imagine remote islands with palm trees leaning over pristine white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. The Philippines is a country consisting of 7641 islands that not only offers tropical islands but also rice terraces, hiking, surfing, and great diving. An interesting mix of Spanish, American, and Chinese cultures formed Filipino into the extremely welcoming people they are today. Discover the best of the country in this Philippines Travel Guide.
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Deep down south in Egypt on the West Bank of the Nile near the city of Aswan are the most colorful and feel good villages of the entire country. The Nubian Villages painted in all the colors of the rainbow. To start farming around the Nile, the friendly Nubians moved from Sudan over 8000 years ago, which is why they have a darker skin tone. They have their own unique language that they never teach to an outsider.
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Egypt, the land of mysteries. Explore the world-famous Pyramids, ancient temples, incredible landscapes, white beaches, and the beautiful reefs of the Red Sea. Egypt is an enormous country that can be traveled on every kind of budget. It is time-consuming to travel around Egypt, so we recommend spending at least one week in Egypt. Use our 10-day Egypt travel guide to visit the best places in Egypt.
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Hidden in a valley surrounded by desert and mountains is an entire city carved out of stone. The lost city of Petra is one of the seven wonders of the world. It has been rediscovered only 200 years ago because it was buried due to the effects of an earthquake. Plan at least one entire day wandering around in Petra. The valley is over 6 kilometers long and offers 15 sights. Even more mind-blowing, is the fact that 85% of Petra is still buried. Read the full guide about Petra, Jordan.
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Cairo, a chaotic city rich in world-famous history, a city that feels stuck between timelines. Donkey carts are driving down a dusty road where on the other side honking cars are polluting the city. Accept Cairo’s fascinating chaos, and you suddenly hear a friendly Egyptian shout “Welcome to Egypt!”. This guide explains the best things to do in Cairo.
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Imagine a remote island filled with lush green coconut trees, surrounded by crystal clear water and offering white beaches, stunning lagoons and some of the world’s best surf waves. Siargao is truly a hidden paradise and has been named the ‘Most Beautiful Island in Asia.’
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Siquijor is a beautiful, small, somewhat off-the-beaten-path island in the Philippines located right under Cebu. White beaches, crystal clear waters for swimming, majestic waterfalls, super friendly locals, and stunning drives. Drive around the entire island’s coastline via the main road within two hours by motorbike and explore all the tourist attractions Siquijor has to offer.
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Between late April to early May, The Netherlands bursts into the colors of the rainbow. Large fields with tulips in the Netherlands shows the country from one of its best side. Keukenhof, Lisse, and Amsterdam are the most popular places to see tulips in the Netherlands but what if we tell you there is a secret location? An island, filled with massive tulip fields, away from the crowds and free to visit! Read how to see tulips in the Netherlands for free!
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El Nido in Palawan houses the most beautiful locations in the world. Hidden lagoons, limestone formations, sandbanks, stunning islands with white beaches and blue water are just the tip of what the 7,107 islands in the Philippines have in store for you.