Great accommodation is just as much a part of an exciting trip as the destination itself. Here is a selection of five unusual HI Youth Hostels. An abbey in the Périgord region The Cistercian Abbey of Cadouin (12th century) is
Popular tradition, musical parades, eye-catching floats and bright, vibrant colours… This is carnival! Popular in both Europe and South America, carnivals are inherited from pagan festivals related to the cycle of the seasons. Take a look at 3 of the
Cambodia is truly the Kingdom of Wonder. With Angkor Wat (City of Temples), spreading over 162 hectares, built in the 12th century and the largest religious monument in the world in Siem Reap, to the historic capital Phenom Pen and
Amsterdam Zeeburg Hostel – The Netherlands The best thing about the Netherlands is that they love families. A city for living, a city for visiting, and a city full of cultural vibe. It’s also a place with a relaxed attitude
Well known for its fjord-like feel and its beautiful surroundings, Lake Lucerne has stunning mountains which allow groups to spend a great amount of time outdoors whilst the weather is mild. A boat trip by either motor boat or historic
Head for the North, at the crossroads of Europe. In Lille, a friendly welcome and a festive tradition warm the cockles of your heart! A university city, Lille is constantly on the go. A fun affordable getaway inspired by this
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