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The ins and outs of Ireland

The brooding landscapes of Ireland are as moody as a Clannad soundtrack. Phantoms of the past haunt the isolated rocky forts and Stone Age burial grounds around the tempestuous coast. Rolling mists shroud the stone-walls and old towns of the verdant interior. Simply put, Eire is as eerie as any country gets.

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Poland, the place to be

Located right in the middle of Europe with good access to the Baltic Sea is a country that continues to develop into a modern, vibrant and progressive state based on centuries-old traditions. Most travellers are connected with natural environment, historic sites and cultural events. If you want to experience old traditions Poland is the place to be.

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Discover the old and the new in Germany

Be enlightened by Germany's rich history and culture with many of its natural wonders it has to offer from the Black Forest, Bavarian Alps, and The Barbarossa Cave to the Elbe Sandstone Mountains. Discover the old and the new and be blown away by the natural beauty of the country and see why Germany is so popular nowadays.

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Norway awaits!

Norway is truly one of the natural wonders of the world from the Fjords to the Midnight Sun. One of the richest countries covered mainly by forests, many rivers and lakes. It's a place of old fashioned fishing villages, medieval stave churches, its breathtaking majestic fjords and more.

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Picturesque Portugal

There is a lot more to this tiny nation than meets the eye. This country has a very long history as a seafaring culture, most renowned for its food and fortified wines. You can explore sun-splashed beaches, visit a fairytale castle, vineyards tumbling down the hillsides, islands that make your travel a great experience. Portugal has something for everyone.

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Slowing down in Slovenia

Slovenia sits on the sunny side of the Alps, with an Adriatic coastline for a doorstep and the green Pannonian plains for a welcome mat. Over-endowed with spectacular mountains cut through with small wild rivers and thick forests; well-preserved medieval towns boasting baroque architecture and gothic churches, Slovenia is like Europe in a teacup, proof that good things come in small parcels.

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