• Architecture

    Awe-inspiring modern architecture in Europe

    by  • October 3, 2018 • Architecture, Berlin, Brussels, City Breaks, Europe, Seville, Valencia

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    Europe is renowned for its impressive variety of architectural styles dating back centuries. Ranging from Gothic, Romanesque, Baroque and Renaissance to name a few, we have the largest concentration in such a small geographic area. Not only does it boast all of this but also some of the latest cutting-edge contemporary architecture which will...

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    Accessible Lisbon

    by  • November 23, 2017 • Architecture, Food & Drink, Lisbon, Religious Sites

    In my experience, Lisbon is one of the easiest European cities to explore if you’re in a wheelchair   I am disabled and use a wheelchair (pushed by my kind husband) to get around outside.  This year I have been fortunate enough to visit a few European cities but two in particular stand out...

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    There’s Much to Do in Munich

    by  • April 18, 2016 • Architecture, Art, Christmas Markets, City Breaks, Culture Breaks, Munich, Nature, Religious Sites, Sport

    Capitalise on the capital of Bavaria with a city break in Germany’s third city. Following on from last week’s blog about the UEFA Champion’s League Quarter Final teams, Atlético Madrid, Man City, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have made it through to the last four, with semi-final matches being played late April and early...

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