Delightful San Marino

Although completely surrounded by Italy, San Marino is an independent republic. It can be easily reached by bus from Rimini or you can take the cable car from nearby Borgo Maggiore. Don’t worry about visas or entry requirements because border control is practically nonexistent here. However, for novelty’s sake, you can have your passport stamped…

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Baden-Baden, Germany

Situated at the edge of the famous Black Forest in Baden Wurttemberg, Baden-Baden (Baths in Baden-Württemberg) is a town primarily known for its thermal springs and rich tourist crowd. Baden-Baden’s prominence as a spa resort is rooted in its discovery by the Romans, who were exploring the Black Forest. By the 19th century, many rich…

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The Legendary Romantic Road of Germany

As one of Europe’s oldest holiday routes, Germany’s Romantic Road (Romantische Strasse) has definitely established itself as an iconic tourist attraction. Stretching 355 kilometers (220 miles), the road’s pastoral landscape is not the only thing that will fascinate you. Along the way, you will experience a number of old churches, charming castles, rustic villages and…

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Boseong, South Korea and the Daehan Dawon Tea Plantation

If you are looking for majestic tea landscape in South Korea, the place to be is the area called Boseong. Located on the southern coast of the Korean peninsula, within the province of Jeollanam-do, Boseong is known for its green tea, locally called yubi-cha. It is considered by many to be the best type of…

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Trouville, Normandy

Situated on the beautiful coast of Normandy and on the banks of the Touques River, Trouville is often associated with and compared to its neighbor Deauville, which lies on the other side of the river. The town may have some similarities with its sister community, but the truth is Trouville has a different vibe and…

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