Tag Archive for: Traditions

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Where in Paris you can’t drink wine

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The sudden truth: drinking wine during picnics at the following parts of Paris is prohibited. We will tell you how to avoid getting a fine.
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Christmas in the Alps: 10 best resorts

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The Christmas season is a special time that you want to spend in a unique way, and it encourages you to plunge into a real winter fairy tale. You don't need any magic: enjoy that magical atmosphere when you go on holiday to the Alps. » See…
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The best Christmas markets in Europe

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December is a special time in Paris. The Champs Elysees and shopping centers sparkle with festive lights, and Christmas markets beckon with the aroma of roasted chestnuts. At every step you can enjoy hot tea with traditional treats, ice skating…
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All flea markets in Paris

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The spirit of old Paris lives in its antiques. And where else to look for antique souvenirs if not in flea markets? We have collected the best addresses for you here.
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Brú na Bóinne Mounds, the mystery of Ireland

Brú na Bóinne mounds are a real antiquity with its own unique atmosphere, and now we have a chance to get closer to the mystery. In this article we will tell you how to get to the oldest sight of Ireland.
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Christmas fairs across Paris

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Christmas in Paris is a fairy tale. The brightest lights and the thrilling spirit of the holiday hang over the city from December 15th to 25th. The main attraction is the Christmas fairs, markets or bazaars. Here we've put together a list of…
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Irish whiskey: where to try it in Dublin

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National Irish culture is impossible to imagine without whiskey. Read about the features of the drink, as well as where you can taste it in Dublin.
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The traditions of Christmas in Paris

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Christmas in Paris is a long-awaited holiday. Everyone prepares for it for a month in advance. On December 25 Pere Noel, the French Santa Claus, brings presents to children, leaving them under the Christmas tree. Finally, New Year's Eve serves…
Tulip fields in the Netherlands

Tulip fields in the Netherlands

The Netherlands is famous around the world for its flowers, especially its tulips. Hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over the world travel every year to the flower fields and world-famous flower auctions, FloraHolland, that are held…
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Christmas at the Vatican: Feast, Mass, tickets

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If you want to spend your Christmas vacation in a truly extraordinary place, head to the Vatican. All of Italy is a fairy tale in itself during the winter, but it's in the Vatican on the eve of the main Christian holiday when real miracles happen.…
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Christmas and New Year in Rome

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Rome is a wonderful place to celebrate both Christmas and the New Year. Both holidays have significant differences in this city: the first is Catholic and especially revered, while the second is secular and somewhat secondary. This circumstance…
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Beaujolais Nouveau: the feast of young wine

On the third Thursday of November each year, all of France celebrates the day of Beaujolais Nouveau (young wine of Beaujolais). This is a newer tradition, and there are questions about young wine — should you drink it? Let's take a look at…
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How to celebrate the New Year in Paris

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Gradually cities are covered with snow, some just a little, and some even more. And a vague feeling grows in your soul... you definitely need to go to Paris for Christmas. That's a great idea! Do you know what you need to do to make Christmas…
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When you saw everything: 20 things to do in Paris

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The most Parisian activities, not taking into account visiting the Louvre and Eiffel Tower, are collected here. Even if it’s your tenth time in Paris, you will find something new.
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