Europe

Isle of Man

Isle of Man is an island in British Isles in Irish Sea and it is tucked in between islands of Ireland and Great Britain. It is one of the British Crown dependencies meaning that it is not a part of United Kingdom and the UK government is responsible for foreign affairs and defense.

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Paphos, Cyprus

The town of Paphos is tucked in between Troodos Mountains and the coast of Cyprus at the south- western area. Paphos is a popular town among locals and international travelers and is known to be the birthplace of Aphrodite, Greek goddess.

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Salcombe: Enjoy a romantic holiday break in sailing paradise

If you don’t want all the hassle of an airport journey or a break in a busy city, why not jump in the car or on to the train and head west to Salcombe in South Devon. It may be best known as one of the most popular sailing resorts in England but it is a delightful spot in its own right and the perfect setting for a romantic getaway.

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Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Spain

The seaside resort of Benidorm is located on Costa Blanca and has a large population of both retired British and local Spanish people. Benidorm is today a famous place thanks to its tall holiday apartment blocks and hotels, some which are more than 25 floors high.

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Naples, Italy

Naples is one of the largest cities in Italy and it is the capital center of the region of Campania. It is also known as the new city and Naples historic center has won the recognition of UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is home to one of the world’s best and most visited historical centre.

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Sorrento, Italy

Located in Campania, Southern Italy, Sorrento is a town characterized by beautiful architecture and many restaurants and cafes as well as shops that mainly cater to tourists. Sorrento is conveniently accessed from Naples as it lies along Circumvesuviana rail system and it is a perfect base while visiting Ercolano and Pompeii.

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Puerto Banus, Spain

Located in Nueva Andalucia area of Marbella, Spain at Costa del Sol, Puerto Banus was developed in 1970. The luxurious marina has since then been one of the most visited shopping complexes, mostly frequented by the famous and rich. It was developed in a Mediterranean architectural style around a local coastal village. Travelers visiting Puerto Banus enjoy a unique fare of extraordinary and expensive restaurants, bars and shopping malls.

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Lake District, England

Lake District in North West England is commonly referred to as Lakeland or The lakes. This mountainous region has become one of the most famous holiday destinations in England. The region is not just popular for its lakes, mountains and forests but due to its rich history of association with great Lake Poets like William Wordsworth who pioneered poetry and writings in the 19th Century.

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Zermatt, Switzerland

Located in Upper Valais, an alpine canton of Switzerland, Zermatt is a village that doesn’t permit car usage. For most travelers, Zermatt is their perfect destination for mountaineering and skiing especially in the Matterhorn Mountain. The breathtaking surroundings of Zermatt come at a hefty price as Zermatt accommodation is one of the most costly in Switzerland.

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Nuuk, Greenland

Nuuk, the administrative capital of Greenland is referred to as the city of ‘Good Hope’. Approximately quarter of the Greenland population lives in Nuuk. Most visitors to this city have accused it of being soulless and feature numerous high rise building blocks.

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