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Bath And The Wiltshire Cotswolds Walk (England) 690 , 6 Days

Bath And The Wiltshire Cotswolds Walk (England)

A 6-day walking holiday beginning and ending in Bath. It is best to commence this walking tour of...
The Majestic Pembrokeshire Coast (Wales) 680 , 8 Days

The Majestic Pembrokeshire Coast (Wales)

Pembrokeshire has one of the most spectacular coastlines in the British Isles. This walk includes...
The Saxon Shore and The White Cliffs of Dover (England) 800 , 8 Days

The Saxon Shore and The White Cliffs of Dover (England)

The Saxon Shore Way is named after the line of historic fortifications that defended the Kent coast...
West Highland Way - Self Guided Tour (Scotland) 850 , 9 Days

West Highland Way - Self Guided Tour (Scotland)

 The West Highland Way is Scotland's first and most popular long distance route. The 153 km...
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06.01.2020 17:00

Chernobyl as a travel destination

   About 30 years ago a flawed reactor design in combination with some serious human mistakes led to an accident at the No.4 nuclear reactor in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in northern Ukrainian SSR. It became the worst nuclear disaster in history and resulted in the deaths of hundreds of people and the evacuation of about 110 000 more. Ever since then it has been a subject of an...

31.12.2019 17:00

The Silk Road: now and then

   “The Silk Road” is a term that conjures up fairytale-like images of long camel caravans travelling through bare deserts, of brave adventurers and merchants bargaining in exotic oriental markets. This network of routes, which stretched about 11 000 km (7 000 miles) and connected the East and the West, is a milestone in the development of the modern world and the...

11.12.2019 09:52

The Little - Known Pyramids of Sudan

Can you name the country with the most pyramids in the world? Nope, it’s not Egypt. The country which holds this record with more than 200 pyramids is actually Egypt’s southern neighbor – Sudan. Though not as big as the Egyptian ones, they are just as impressive and have just as intriguing history, dating back to 8th century BC, to the kingdom of Kush. There are many reasons...

29.11.2019 17:30

What the Timket Festival in Ethiopia is all about?

Every year on the 19th of January a procession of priests, locals and visitors all chanting, singing and dancing enthusiastically  fills the streets of the Ethiopian cities. It’s the celebration of Timket, or Epiphany – the biggest and most anticipated religious event in the Ethiopian calendar. It commemorates the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River and is the day when...