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City break Brussels

BRUSSELS

It smells of warm waffles, tastes like the best chocolate in the world, its main city square is amongst the most beautiful squares in the world, its home to Mini-Europe, and many other attractions. You'll find that all in the Belgian capital - Brussels!

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tipTravel magazine #19 (pages 90-100)

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Myanmar

MYANMAR (BURMA) | In the country of temples, pagodas, and enchanting sunsets

The endless number of Buddhist temples, pagodas, monasteries, colors, rice fields, and sunsets... That's Myanmar, one of the poorest, and at the same time most interesting countries in the world. Foreign capital is slowly trickling in, but despite that fact, betel is still chewed.

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tipTravel magazine #16 (pages 88-99)

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Lucerne Switzerland

LUCERNE | Incredibly easy travelling through idyllic Lucerne

From a boat to a funicular, from the funicular to a ski lift, from the ski lift to a bus, from the bus to a train, and all with one ticket for the entire destination? Yes, in Switzerland even that is possible!

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tipTravel magazine #13 (pages 100-105)

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Svalbard

SVALBARD | An Arctic story

Svalbard is the northernmost part of the Kingdom of Norway. It is located in the Arctic Circle, and the largest and most important place, Longyearbyen, is the northernmost city in the world. The population of the islands is just more than 2900, while it is estimated that there are more than three thousand polar bears in the archipelago.

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tipTravel magazine #10 (pages 130-139)

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Bangladesh

BANGLADESH | A land of true smiles

Everything we saw during our trip through the beautiful country promises it a great future in tourism. However, Bangladesh still isn't a place for spoiled tourists, but a place for people who yearn for adventure and unique natural beauty. Still, the best part of Bangladesh are its citizens, people with warm and open hearts.

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tipTravel magazine #7 (pages 124-133)

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Scandinavia

SCANDINAVIA | Our adventure through northern Europe

Our adventure through Scandinavia lasted a full six weeks, during which time we toured Sweden, passed through Finland, and travelled through all of Norway, from north to south. Truly a trip to remember. Since an entire book wouldn't be enough to write all our impressions, we'll try to bring the magic of these northern countries to you through photos. We started our trip from Bonn towards Lübeck, where we took a ferry to Trelleborg, Sweden...

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tipTravel magazine #4 (pages 104-121)

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Santorini Greece

SANTORINI | The island where life passes slowly

The Aegean black pearl, island of couples in love, island of sunsets, windmills, and little churches... Santorini is described in many ways by its hosts, and tourists that have visited it. Still, it is most often given the flattering title of "the most beautiful tourist resort in the world". Why? Find out in our report. Discover why they call it Santorini, even though its real name is Thira, look into its small streets, and find out, first-hand, why it’s better not to take a tour of the city by donkey. The report will also reveal how to travel on a budget, and many other insider tips... Enjoy!

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tipTravel magazine #1 (pages 80-91)

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Austria

EAST TYROL: SILLIAN AND KALS | A mountain oasis for all the seasons

Heading down the snowy slopes and walking through romantic winter landscapes, or hiking and walking along the alpine peaks in spring, when nature smells especially fresh? You will see for yourself, East Tyrol is a destination for a great vacation any time of the year.

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tipTravel magazine #18 (pages 98-101)

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The Top 10 beaches in the world

The Top 10 beaches in the world

After the long, cold months have passed, the thought of relaxing on a beach in the shade of palm trees and aromatic pines with warm sand beneath your feet, and a crystal clear sea in front of you sounds perfect. It truly is. However, when you head out to search for your perfect beach, the range of options is truly incredible. We tried to narrow it down for you, and here we present ten beaches around the world that you will want to take a one-way ticket to...

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tipTravel magazine #15 (pages 130-143)

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Bali Indonesia

BALI | The island of a thousand temples

Heavenly beaches, many temples and shrines, picturesque rice fields, irresistible sunsets, friendly locals, the most expensive coffee in the world... You will find all that on Bali, the famous Indonesian island.

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tipTravel magazine #12 (pages 94-111)

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Tanzania

TANZANIA | My African adventure

Tanzania is a country of natural beauty, numerous national parks, hospitable and friendly hosts, and a unique culinary offer. The most interesting places for tourists in the country are the island of Zanzibar and northern Tanzania, mostly for the national parks, and Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain...

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tipTravel magazine #9 (pages 120-133)

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Amsterdam

AMSTERDAM | On two wheels through 'Venice of the North'

It took us only a few minutes to decide to take our short city spring break to Amsterdam. Three days later, we were travelling through its streets alongside the canals, climbing windmills, walking through endless fields of tulips in the most diverse colors, enjoying the cheeses and the warm, fragrant waffles... If you are visiting Amsterdam for the first time, it might be best to first tour it along the canals by boat. In that way, you will get an impression of its scenery and location amongst the 165 canals, criss-crossed with more than 1.200 bridges.

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tipTravel magazine #6 (pages 114-129)

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Cruising the Western Mediterranean

Cruising | Eleven days in the exotic Western Mediterranean

Even though you're most likely to think of going on a cruise in spring or summer, you won't be making a mistake if you head out on a floating hotel in the winter months as well. Especially if you're an adventurist, who is not bothered by 150 km/h winds on the open sea, but is instead thrilled by the adrenaline. Besides, fans of summer, who will await spring on the islands of the Mediterranean, will come into their own, and another advantage is that you will save money since winter cruises are far more affordable.

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tipTravel magazine #3 (pages 100-115)

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City break Frankfurt

FRANKFURT

Although the part of Frankfurt you likely know the most is its airport, one of the most famous and busiest in the world, which is also the largest headquarters of the Lufthansa company, next time you land at the city on the Main, stay a few days. It could pleasantly surprise you...

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tipTravel magazine #17 (pages 84-90)

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Salzburg Austria

SALZBURG | All the colors of Salzburg

It is incredibly easy to lose yourself in Salzburg, in the combination of its colors, sounds, aromas, and flavors that will win you over literally at every step you take. Lose yourself in Salzburg this spring, and then start planning for your visit to Salzburg's Advent.

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tipTravel magazine #14 (pages 100-111)

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Berlin and Potsdam

BERLIN AND POTSDAM

Just a few days spent in the German capital are absolutely enough to imprint this city in your memory forever. Berlin's exciting story is full of contrast that harmoniously complements itself. You will find baroque palaces and impressive examples of modern architecture, idyllic parks and dynamic squares, pleasant coffee shops and loud clubs...

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tipTravel magazine #11 (pages 142-151)

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Nepal

NEPAL | Butterfly hunting at the country on top of the world

The first things people think of when they think of Nepal are usually Mt. Everest, colorful clothing, and the birthplace of Buddha. However, Nepal is so much more. Discover the unusual traditions of the Nepalese, find out why young people come to the Himalayan valleys to catch butterflies, and who, besides alpinists, were the first visitors to this recently opened country. The unplanned five-month motorbike tour of India and Nepal started in Kolkata, and after exploring the northeastern part of India, it was time to head over to Nepal. It was May...

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tipTravel magazine #8 (pages 98-109)

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Peru

PERU | Following in the footsteps on the Incas in a mystical land

Some famous travelers nearly circled the world in eighty days, and I decided to divide those precious days amongst Chile, Bolivia, and Peru. The last point of my itinerary in South America was Peru, and we visited that incredible country in May. I wanted to be absolutely sure that we wouldn’t have our pictures taken at Machu Picchu in rain ponchos. We reached Peru, more precisely the town of Puno, from the Bolivian town of Copacabana (not exactly similar to the more famous town of the same name) by local bus that drives along the shore of Lake Titicaca. Here's the story...

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tipTravel magazine #5 (pages 130-139)

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Lisbon Portugal

LISBON | The city of sailors, fado, and 'elevadores'

The city that sits on seven hills, on the north side of the Tejo River, will greet you with open arms. The friendly hosts here are not only Portuguese, but also members of various nations from all continents who moved to Lisbon, a city that was proclaimed "the City of Tolerance". Some of the attractions you shouldn't miss out on are riding the Santa Justa 'elevador', but also the famous number 28 tram. Walking through Bairro Alto is an experience of its own, just like the view from the Castelo de São Jorge fortress or listening to the longing sounds of fado in one of the many clubs.

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tipTravel magazine #2 (pages 88-107)