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Again we are talking about best hotel deals travelling in Europe, and the town of today is Edinburgh in the UK. So there we drove to lodge in the excellent first Princes Street Suites, At 16 Waterloo Place.

With prices starting from 70 pounds per night the apartments of this resort are located in the historical heart of the city and urban. It has beautiful views of the Castle and the famous Princes Street. Its services include Free Wi-Fi Internet throughout the hotel, gym, 24 hour reception and 4 types of room (Studio, 1 bedroom apartment, 2 or 3).

Located only two minutes Dela undoubted attractions walking city St. Andrew Square and the St. James shopping center, the highlight is its proximity to major public transport. Know Royal Mile, Parliament and the architectural wonders of Edinburgh will issue a walk knowing that within minutes we arrived to the most important.

Belonging to the BDL hotel chain, which guarantees the quality of the stay, the Princes Street Suites offers a full gym with exercise bikes, weights and stepper machine, all included in the price.

Our second Boutique hotel the day is The George Hotel, at 19 George Street. Also in downtown area, is built on a building with more than 200 years, renovated in July 2006 after an investment of nearly $ 12 million. The rooms retain some original design details, but have been remodeled for new contemporary taste. The sights include the castle of Edinburgh, Firth of Forth and the most important streets of the city and dazzling.

The hotel has well equipped rooms for parties and all kind of entertainment gatherings. This hotel is becoming not only an excellent choice for luxury travel, but also for important business meetings.

About Author: Clarke is the expert travel writer and writes about UK Travel destinations especially about Eurostar train. For getting more important tips for reaching this beautiful city you can read these articles Birmingham to Paris Train and London to Paris Train for your easier journey.

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About Denmark

Denmark is a country located in Western Europe in which they live approximately five million inhabitants. The capital of Denmark is Copenhagen, A city of just over one million inhabitants, which is washed by the waters of the North Sea.

This country belongs to the Scandinavian Peninsula, formed by the countries of Finland, Sweden and Norway, Being the smallest of them. In addition to the territory that is located north of Germany, also have several hundred islands in the North Sea.

The landscape can be seen in Denmark is of broad valleys with abundant forests and greenery so the great part of its territory. In addition to this territory that we have reported, Denmark also consists of Greenland and the Faroe Islands that although they enjoy their own autonomy are also part of Danish territory.

The Danish territory is under the constitution of a monarchy and the government is headed by a prime minister. The language spoken is Danish although most of the population fluent in both English and German.

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Today we travel to a wonderful art gallery Aberdeen City, Scotland. Located in a historic building designed by architect Alexander Marshall Mackenzie, since 1885 the gallery has become one of the most visited countries.

Every year, more than 300,000 travelers appreciate the extensive collection of artists Scots and the magnificent buildings with more than 100 years old.

Over the years Aberdeen has varied exhibitions, both thematic and focused on a particular artist.

Besides paintings, the gallery exhibits traditional costumes, sculptures, ceramics, silver and various jewels. All works are suitable for all age groups and have been subjected to various analysis and studies, so a visit which is not only for art lovers, but anyone wanting to know the secrets and ancient beauties of Aberdeen Art Gallery is invited.

The collection of paintings is composed almost entirely of works from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as sculptures by such artists as Francis Bacon and Stanley Spencer. Other names listed are those of Monet, Renoir, Sir James Guthrie, John Lavery and Degas.

And also we can enjoy excellences exhibits of furniture, fabrics, carpets and metalwork, showing the great skill and the charm of Scottish artisans.

To conclude, and be a good memory, the store sells great books, brochures, postcards, ceramics and other details, perfect to look good with relatives who are far away.

The entrance to museum is free and hours are from 10 to 17 from Tuesdays to Saturdays, and Sundays from 14 to 17.

About Author: Clarke is the expert travel writer and writes about UK Travel destinations especially about Eurostar train and their famous Eurostar Destinations. He also writes for world famous tourist spots in our blog World Tour Guide.

Traveling Europe Since we analyze the continent’s best tourist routes Away is our last drive, the Bavaria Romantic Road to give way to an unforgettable tour through the Eastern Europe Beginning in Armenia.

Located in southern Caucasus Mountains, Is situated between two of the largest seas in world tourism, the Black Sea and Caspian.

Some historians and scientists believe the region, its plateaus, and gorges impossible and volcanic lava fields could be the Garden of Eden, though Christians have another reason to visit the region: Mount Ararat. Here, they believe, stood the Ark of Noah, being the cradle of the new humanity.

Unforgettable continue exploring destinations on our route through Eastern Europe, and came up Romania to know the Castle Vlad Dracula, Historical figure which inspired (with creative license) the writer Bram Stoker for his novel about vampires.

The capital Bulgaria, Sofia, is a little further south, following the course of Danube River. Here we find ourselves in an ideal position to know other jewels of the continent, such as Greece, Turkey and Macedonia.

Bulgaria is known as the “land of the crossroads” for he could function as the most important cultural center of Slavic Europe during the tumultuous medieval times.

We will find all sorts of historical relics Bulgaria, Being a must the Varna Necropolis, of which we spoke recently.

About Author: Clarke is the expert travel writer and writes about UK Travel destinations especially about Eurostar London Paris Train and about Eurostar Ticket Prices.

From Traveling Europe today look at some Special reasons to visit the city of Edinburgh in Scotland. This Scottish capital not only has excellent scenery and unique landscapes, but also with historic buildings and some cultural festivals really be missed.

For lovers of the festivals and culture “The Edinburgh Festival” focuses its activities in the eighteenth century and the cultural influence of the Enlightenment in the traditions and Scottish works. Travelers can enjoy Theaters, dance, music and visual arts in this festival. Many more activities are organized in this great festival.

Shakespeare’s classic works like Romeo and Juliet and Macbeth, Faust and others like Ulysses, reflect the ways in eighteenth-century culture and the contribution of Scottish writing and actors.

Festival Edinburgh is between Aug. 14 and Sept. 6 and has offices throughout the city.

Another unique celebration, which takes over half a century, is the “Edinburgh Military Tattoo”. It is a great representation that takes place in the castle of the capital. The regiments paraded in an event that is televised and has had audiences of over 100 million people.

Finally to summarize the best festivals and cultural activities that justify our trip to Edinburgh have to talk about Fringe, the largest arts festival in the world. Nation around 1947 through the collaboration of 8 groups of theater and in recent performances has received more than 2000 different works.

It is celebrated throughout the city between 7 and 31 August. Many International travelers’ comes here to see this great festival every year. The transport facility of the city is very good. People can take various flights from all around the world. There are regular direct flights to Edinburgh. And if people are thinking to travel Edinburgh through train, then travelers can easily take a train from all over the Europe. Edinburgh is well connected with the London city. Eurostar is the only train which connects United Kingdom to all Europe. This train directly connected with Paris and Brussels with London. There are regular up to 20 trains manage by Eurostar London to Paris route and are 11 regular trains to Brussels route. You can see the Eurostar prices for train tickets through the Eurostar website.

Croatia has been designated as the best cruise destination in 2009 by the group specializes Cruises News at the third edition of the Award of Excellence for the Mediterranean. The best cruise destination has been designated by 4250 cruise Europe who participated in a survey by Cruise News.

This recognition coincides with the recent opening of the Port of Gruz in Dubrovnik and the terminal allowing the simultaneous arrival of 3 boats cruise giants.

Croatia is now planning to create more port for the cruises. In fact, many new ports are under construction in Zadar.

Dubrovnik is the city that receives the greatest number of cruises in the Mediterranean Sea with 628 ships that have brought nearly one million tourists in 2009.

Between January and September 2009, Croatia has recorded the arrival of 754 cruise ships carrying 989 272 tourists who stayed an average of 2 days on the Croatian coast.

If Dubrovnik is the city that has seen the most tourists, other ports of Croatia also received cruise lines, which are the ports of Korcula, Zadar, Split, Sibenik and Pula.

Compared to 2008, the number of cruise passengers arriving in Croatia rose by 5.3% despite an 8.3% drop in the number of cruises in 2009.

In this third edition of the Award of Excellence, Croatia has been awarded as the best destination cruises alongside Turkey, which also attracted many tourists using this mode of transport.

The Awards took place February 18, 2010 in Malaga in the presence of heads of major cruise lines operating in Europe, representatives of port authorities in Europe, travel agencies and other tourism stakeholders.

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In this post we are giving you the best ways to travel, and to get Cheap Air tickets to Scotland form Europe. Today from Traveling Europe’s turn to Scotland, A country full of great places and monuments that are anxiously awaiting the traveler eager for new experiences.

To reach Scotland we have relatively little chance when we started our journey in continental Europe. A ferry ride takes a long time; we must bear in mind that Scotland is on the northern tip of mainland Britain.

The Air travel is the main way to learn about the great Scottish destinations, with its rugged mountains, its hills and valleys. The main Spanish cities have direct air link with Glasgow and Edinburgh, the most recognized Madrid, Malaga, Palma de Mallorca and Ibiza.

Three Low cost airlines travel to Scottish cities such as EasyJet that from the Alicante region travels to the two Scottish cities mentioned above (the two most important of all this).

The Irish company Ryanair also travels to Edinburgh, departing from the cities of Alicante, Malaga, Murcia, Girona and Reus, can descend into Glasgow Prestwick.

The bulk of travel from Spain is washed by the Mediterranean areas, and this is because traffic is normally between Scottish travelers who come to spend the summer in Spain than vice versa.

Nevertheless, the tourism to Scotland has grown in recent years and is an excellent opportunity to leverage the unique destinations and Scottish landscapes.

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