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Prague

48 Hours in The Czech Republic’s Capital City – Prague Food And Travel Guide

There’s a reason that so many rave about Prague. Across the city you’ll find fascinating architecture, great museums, incredible food and the world’s best Pilsner, not to mention a burgeoning design scene and cafe culture on par with Vienna. So, how do you begin to sort it all out it just 48 hours? On the …

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Graz

Exploring Austria’s Second City – A Culinary Escape to Graz

These days, many people are obsessed with building country counts and ticking off those capital cities and major attractions. Now, while there’s nothing bad in that (I myself have been overly excited to see those big sights), I think it’s really important to venture that little bit further and explore more than just the main …

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Mostar

Bridging the Gap between and East and West – A Balkan Food Guide to Mostar

Twenty years ago, the image of Bosnia & Herzegovina as a safe, desired travel destination was an implausable dream due to the fact that the country was ravaged by war throughout the 1990s and into the new millennium. Out of the three countries affected by the Bosnian war (Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia & Herzegovina), Croatia …

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Emilia-Romagna

The Capital of Parma Ham – A Food Lover’s Guide to Emilia-Romagna in Northern Italy

If you are going to have a cooking lesson, why not have it in one of the most famous food areas in the world? The region of Emilia-Romagna in Northern Italy might not be a familiar name to many, but you have certainly eaten food from this lush, green province. Anyone who has ever enjoyed …

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The White City of France – A Food and Travel Guide to Luminous La Rochelle

There is a luminosity about La Rochelle that is unsurprising. Even in mid-April you would need a pair of sunglasses – readily available at a moment’s notice – to offset the subtle glare that bounces back at you from its limestone buildings. Not for nothing is it known as La Ville Blanche (the White City). …

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Paris’ Most Romantic Districts – Exploring Marais and Montmartre

Before we do anything or go anywhere, we have words of advice: don’t touch the Chitterling sausage. Don’t look at the Chitterling sausage. Don’t order the Chitterling sausage from the menu. Just. Don’t. We’ll tell you more about it soon, because, frankly, it requires its own explanation. In the meantime, let’s get into a Parisian …

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Following in the Footsteps of the Renaissance – A Visit to Romantic Florence

As you stroll through the enchanting streets of beautiful Florence, don’t be surprised if you suddenly feel a wave of creative inspiration wash over you. The Italian city is widely considered to be the cradle of the Renaissance and the Tuscan capital has attracted a steady stream of creatives since the 14th century. From its …

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Taste Travel Deals

Paris is Calling – Air France Announces New Daily Flights From Cork Airport to The City of Love

You’ll soon be able to fly from Cork to Paris with Air France as the airline has announced a new daily service between the cities. The route, which will take off this summer, will depart Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport every afternoon at 2.55pm and arrive into Cork at 3.50pm. The Cork flight will then …

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Rotterdam

The Art and Design of Food – Rotterdam Food and Travel Guide

Just over 30 minutes by train from Schipol Airport, Rotterdam is the Netherlands’ second most populous city and Europe’s largest port. Viewed by some as Amsterdam’s poor cousin (they’re wrong!), two facets of the city stand out. The first and most obvious is a unique approach to architecture. The city was heavily bombed during the …

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