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Painted Cow, Copenhagen

USE-IT Travel Guides – A Tourist guide for the Young and No Nonsense Traveler

USE-IT is a website offering current and up-to-date info and travel advise to no-nonsense travelers and young travelers, but the site can be useful to all travelers in my opinion! On USE-IT you can get interactive maps, website suggestions, travel tips, lists of free things to see and do and ideas about what to do […]

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The Smallest Hotels in the World

Sometimes, you just want something a little different when you’re traveling; something unique and unusual that will provide you with a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Most of us have already stayed at the chain hotels and enjoyed all that they have to offer. Sure, it’s great to have a big, plush room with plenty of space to […]

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theatre seats

Cheap Opera Seats in Europe

Europe is famous for the best classical composers and some of the oldest and most beautifully elaborate opera houses you will ever see. You can experience the operas where they were originally performed and conducted by the likes of Mozart. Many travellers skip the opera because of the price but there is a way around […]

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Mountain restaurant ovelooking Innsbruck

Innsbruck in itself is a charming alpine village, now city, with cobbled streets and medieval architecture, but you can admire it’s true beauty when you see it as part of it’s natural surroundings. Nestled next to the river Inn and hugged tightly by snow capped mountains, the best view is from the Seegrube restaurant 1905 […]

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Salzburg Austria

Salzburg, Austria, not just the Sound of Music.

If you are in Salzburg – a beautiful city – you may want to do more than the usual tourist activities (Mozart’s house, castle, Sound of Music… bla bla bla). You also might want more than opera in the evening. So make your way to the Augustiner Bräu Kloster Mülln where the best beer in […]

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