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2020 European Capital of Smart Tourism

10 cities competing for the 2020 European Capital of Smart Tourism title  Ten European cities have been shortlisted for the 2020 European Capital of Smart Tourism competition (presented in alphabetical order): Bratislava (Slovakia), Breda (The Netherlands), Bremerhaven (Germany), Gothenburg (Sweden), Karlsruhe (Germany), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Málaga (Spain), Nice (France), Ravenna (Italy) and Torino (Italy). The finalist …

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Top 10 ways parents survive long car journeys with children

LISTENING TO MUSIC AND TRADITIONAL GAMES STILL POPULAR BUT NEARLY A THIRD OF PARENTS COULDN’T SURVIVE WITHOUT ELECTRONIC GADGETS ONE IN TEN (13%) COPE BY VISUALISING THEIR FIRST BEER OR WINE ON ARRIVAL A new survey reveals the top ten ways parents cope with long car journeys with their children, with electronic gadgets now an …

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Top 10 Restaurants in Spain for Vegetarians and Vegans

Spain has been developing its plant-based food scene for over 30 years, and is home to a wide-variety of vibrant vegetarian and vegan restaurants for food-loving travellers With up to 10% of All Europeans Now Following a Plant-Based Diet, These Are Top 10 Restaurants in Spain for Vegetarians and Vegans In recent years, there has …

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Health and Fitness Travel Launches New Website

Health and Fitness Travel, the wellness holiday specialists has released their all-new global website. Substantial revamps have led to improved aesthetic design, better accessibility and an intuitive layout, providing optimal navigation and even more resources for customers looking for a wellness holiday. With the UK and Australian websites becoming international and advanced filtering of holidays, …

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How to Avoid Litigation and Ensure All Your School Trips Are Care-Free and Fun-Packed

Who would take a school trip in today’s ‘compensation culture’ society? Embarking further than the school gates with groups of young people is an increasingly terrifying prospect, given the alarm caused by highly publicised disasters and the explosion of paperwork that accompanies such events. Despite this, every year, around one million, four hundred thousand passengers …

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