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The world’s most luxurious bars

The world’s most luxurious bars When it comes to travelling the world, whether you’re enjoying a decadent city break, relaxing on white tropical sands, or even trekking across far off lands, sometimes there’s no better way to unwind in the evening than indulging in an exquisite glass of something bubbly. To help you make the most of your evenings whilst The post The world’s most luxurious bars appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.   Go to Source Author: Andrew Bezhenar{ Geoquono} Tweet

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Nordic road trip midnight sun

Nordic road trip midnight sun In the northern hemisphere, summer solstice officially kicks off the summer. For countries on this side of the world, the longest day of the year falls between June 21st and 23rd – but in the upper regions of Norway, Sweden, and Finland, the “longest day” lasts well more than a day. Here, the sun circles the sky, never dipping below the horizon for weeks on end. If you want to experience the white nights – to go on a hike, ski a slope, or just read a book outside in the middle of the night – head to these Nordic countries for the ultimate midnight sun road trip. Here’s the ultimate itinerary for you….

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How to plan your Europe trip podcast

How to plan your Europe trip podcast Europe! The Eiffel tower, gondolas in Venice, enormous beers in Germany. Europe is full of imagery and experience, and if you’re planning your first trip to the Continent, it can be a bit overwhelming to know where to start. This is especially true if you’re coming from far afield, such as North America or Down Under, but even if you’re in the UK or another European country, there’s still a lot to… Source http://feeds.feedburner.com/IndieTravelPodcastIndie Travel PodcastSweet travel advice for independent travellershttp://feeds.feedburner.com/~fc/IndieTravelPodcast?bg=FF6600&fg=000000&anim=0Travel887Linda Martin -geoquono- Tweet

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Top 7 sustainable travel experiences

Top 7 sustainable travel experiences The ethos of sustainable travel has made leaps and strides over the last couple of years. With travellers’ becoming more interested in eco-friendly experiences, the number of innovative and luxurious sustainable experiences on offer are on the rise.  From positively impacting the local community to supporting conservation projects, it’s time for travel to make a The post Top 7 sustainable travel experiences appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. http://www.aluxurytravelblog.com/feed/A Luxury Travel BlogFor those who enjoy the finer things in life…Travel887Tom Marchant -geoquono- Tweet

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5 of the best European ski destinations for 2018

5 of the best European ski destinations for 2018 January is over and the winter blues should be beginning to clear, however, if you’re still feeling like your summer holiday is a long way off why not consider a short winter break? February is a great time to book a last-minute getaway for some fun and excitement on the snowy slopes on Europe’s Top The post 5 of the best European ski destinations for 2018 appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. http://www.aluxurytravelblog.com/feed/A Luxury Travel BlogFor those who enjoy the finer things in life…Travel887Callum Davies -geoquono- Tweet

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floating hotel in swedish lapland

floating hotel in swedish lapland January is the middle of the Northern Lights season, and the perfect time to find a new spot for watching the natural phenomenon. While there are plenty of resorts across the Northern Hemisphere that offer exceptional views of nature’s light show, the planned Arctic Bath hotel will bring something different: a really, really, cold pool. Photo: Arctic Bath The Arctic Bath hotel is the brainchild of the same folks who built Sweden’s Treehotel, a surreal minimalist collection of structures floating the boreal forests of Lapland, and Off The Map Travel. Photo: Arctic Bath Arctic Bath will be constructed near the Treehotel in the middle of the Lule River, where it will free-float in the…

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7 luxurious stays to make a difference this Christmas

7 luxurious stays to make a difference this Christmas Sometimes when we travel, it’s easy to forget about the world around us and the communities we impact along the way. Although we love ultra-luxe villas, powder white sands and first class-service, we love it even more when we find resorts that give a little something extra back – not just to us but to The post 7 luxurious stays to make a difference this Christmas appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog. Sometimes when we travel, it’s easy to forget about the world around us and the communities we impact along the way. Although we love ultra-luxe villas, powder white sands and first class-service, we love it even…

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Winter palace: Sweden’s Icehotel opens its doors – in pictures

Winter palace: Sweden’s Icehotel opens its doors – in pictures Founded in 1989, the Icehotel in Swedish Lapland is built from the snow up each year, using ice from the local river. The rooms are designed by international artists and this year feature spacemen and an ice queen Continue reading… Founded in 1989, the Icehotel in Swedish Lapland is built from the snow up each year, using ice from the local river. The rooms are designed by international artists and this year feature spacemen and an ice queen Continue reading… https://www.theguardian.com/uk/travel/rssTravel | The Guardian Latest travel news and reviews on UK and world holidays, travel guides to global destinations, city breaks, hotels and restaurant information from the Guardian, the…

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Save money on trip to Sweden

Save money on trip to Sweden You may have heard: Scandinavian countries are incredibly expensive. A recent report by the World Economic Forum lists Sweden as number 8 on a top ten list of most expensive countries in the world to visit (Norway and Denmark are on there too). But that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy the fika, fjords, and Gävle Goat as much as someone with a much larger savings account. Here are some ways to shave down your costs and enjoy your trip to Sweden on a budget. 1. Budget airlines are your friend. Budget airlines are getting a lot more popular and flying more routes — you might be able to fly in to smaller…

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11 facts of life in Arctic Europe

11 facts of life in Arctic Europe CLOUDBERRIES, REINDEER HERDS, and countless lakes. Snowmobile rides chasing the midnight sun, traditionally cooked food made with birch or lingonberries, and Europe’s only indigenous people. Arctic Europe has it all. Life up here will definitely surprise you, and here are 11 facts that prove it. 1. Arctic Europe isn’t just Sweden, Norway, and Finland — it’s also the land of the Sámi. Photo: Asaf Kliger / imagebank.sweden.se For the Sámi people, the northern sections of Finland, Norway, and Sweden are borderless. Instead, it’s all part of Sápmi, the land of the Sámi. Europe’s only indigenous people have roamed this region for more than 10,000 years, and local governments across all three countries…

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