14 museums to visit on Halloween night

Looking for something different for Halloween? Here a selection of 14 museums with a death-themed collection.

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10 ways to get paid while traveling

Are you dreaming of a job that allows you to travel and see new places or are you planning a trip but don’t have enough money?

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The Great Ocean Road and the sunset at the 12 Apostles

As well as being one of the most spectacular roads in the world, the Great Ocean Road is also the largest war tribute: built between 1919 and 1932, it is dedicated to soldiers who died during the First World War.

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Poland: the charm of sailing on the inclined planes of the Elblag Canal

The Polish towns of Elblag and Ostroda would have very few chances to be considered among the most popular destinations by tourists who go to the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship if it were not for the artificial canal that connects them.

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10 things you should know if you are crazy about Guinness

Anyone who has been to Ireland for leisure or who has been living there for years knows very well that it is almost impossible to avoid drinking Guinness or, at least, trying it at least once stapled and served the Irish way.

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Safe flying: the most seized items at the airport

London City Airport has compiled a fun list with the goods most seized at the security checkpoint.

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What are the 10 most hospitable cities in the world?

For the second year in a row, Condé Nast Traveler magazine has asked its readers a ranking of the most hospitable cities in the world.

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Why are tattoos frowned upon in Japan?

Japan is the home country of tattoos, but it is also the only one where they are seen very badly: that’s why.

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World’s steepest funicular: the Stoos funicular is a thrill

The new funicular of Stoos, in the canton of Schwyz, has a gradient of up to 110 percent: the cabins rise from 562 meters above sea level to reach 1306 meters – in four minutes. Cost of the work: € 48 million.

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The Island of the Dolls: the scary side of Mexico

Raise your hand who at least once as a child has not played with dolls. Well, forget those sweet childhood memories because here the dolls will put you … terror.

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Kumbh Mela in India: History and dates of world’s greatest pilgrimage

Are you looking for information on the Kumbh Mela festival? Following you will find everything you need to know about the greatest pilgrimage in the world.

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The 10 most unusual places in the world

From Antarctica to Turkmenistan, passing through Italy, the common denominator of these places is an extravagance.

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Spend money on travel makes us happy

New items are exciting just at the beginning, while a trip lasts forever.

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The benefits of traveling you must not understimate

The benefits of traveling are an aspect that should not be underestimated.

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Packing perfect luggage: the golden rule!

Packing perfect luggage basically means three things: to have everything needed for any opportunity that may arise, be always elegant/tidy with a few clothes, and avoid the unnecessary weight.

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Stockholm underground: the largest art gallery in the world

The Stockholm subway is also a fantastic art gallery. The 100 stations are home, in fact, of the amazing works and design creations of 150 artists.

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Le Corbusier: World Heritage

Seventeen French architect’s works will become part of the prestigious category. It was announced by the UN agency for science, education, and culture.

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The New York underground challenges Uber with USB charge and Wi-Fi

Announced the renewal plan of public transport: $ 27 billion in 5 years.

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Beautiful and (almost) unknown. 18 European gems not yet invaded by mass tourism

In the Old Continent, there are incredible destinations that have not been discovered by the mass. Some are difficult to reach, while others remain enough secret places.

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The strange phenomenon of the beach that illuminates at night

The island Vaahdoo in the Maldives is one of those places where the sea shows the bioluminescence because of phytoplankton.

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Renzo Piano: explains how to build the perfect sandcastle

What better advice for the realization of “beach constructions” than the Renzo Piano, one of the most famous Italian architects in the world?

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The Hill of Crosses of Šiauliai in Lithuania

The Hill of Crosses can be called a Historical and Architectural Monument, a unique composition of folk art.

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Travel&Shopping: Caganer, the Catalan Nativity scene figurines

Christmas time, Christmas trees and nativity figurines are the undisputed protagonists. If the Neapolitans are accustomed to the particular figurines sold in San Gregorio Armeno, so the Catalans are used to theirs, the famous Caganer.

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Travel&Food: Kopi Luwak, one of the most expensive coffee in the world

There is a quality of coffee that until 2012 held the world price record the Kopi Luwak, cost an absolute fortune, the price can vary from 500 to 900 euros per kilo, depending on the crop and how much it was produced during a year, a cup of coffee can be sold even for 15 […] read more

The breath of the planet in 90 seconds

“Half of the oxygen we breathe comes from our oceans. Let’s save them”. The appeal is clear and understandable, but supported by these images is even more powerful.

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Taste of Switzerland: typical Swiss food you should try

With its diverse landscapes and climates and marked cultural diversity, Swiss cuisine is a wide range of recipes and gastronomic traditions that mix influences from German, French and Italian cuisine.

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The 10 most beautiful bookshops in the world

Lovers of reading and books know perfectly how special is the smell of old and newly printed books.

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10 things you absolutely must know if you fear of flying

The fear of flying is a very common phobia in the world and many, on the eve of the holidays or during a business trip, live difficult moments until the flight has landed and you can then get off and touch the ground with your feet.

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The 10 most famous abandoned places in the world

The abandoned places of the world have a fascination and mystery of their own and, although it may seem strange, even the wrecks or decadent houses have their own form of beauty due to the still-intact structures or the nature that has been able to interact perfectly with the hand of the man who then […] read more

Slovenia among myths and legends: discovering the Land of dragons

The collective imagination provides that we can place any kind of circumstance and fantasy within well-delimited boundaries.

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