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Nice, the pearl of the Côte d’Azur

Nice, the pearl of the Côte d’Azur

The Côte d’Azur has always been a favourite destination of many tourists world wide. It is famous for being one of the most luxurious places in France, crowded by tourists and the French bourgeosie – so at first sight, this was definetely not one of my most wanted destinations, but boy, was I wrong. There is so much more about Nice – this gorgeous mix of Mediterranean food, the talkative locals with their “Nissard” dialect of French, the winding alleys…

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Oporto, bacalhau and wine

Oporto, bacalhau and wine

If you’re looking for a nice place to sneak away over the weekend – not too small to get you bored, but not too big to be able to say you’ve seen most of it in a couple of days – Porto is your city! Get ready for lots of delicious food, wine tastings – Porto wine has been famous for centuries, not without a reason! – and wandering around a colourful city with ceramic tiled walls. As I already…

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Sevilla, the Kingdom of Oranges

Sevilla, the Kingdom of Oranges

Visiting Sevilla in spring couldn’t be a better timing… Temperatures are slowly starting to rise, the sun is caressing our faces and it’time to go more South to discover new destinations … like the beautiful Kingdom of the Oranges in the middle of Andalusia – Sevilla! It might sound silly to call it the Kingdom of Oranges, but the first thing that enchants any human being that sets foot here, are definetely the orange trees. No matter if it’s winter or…

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