The Ultimate Guide to Rio de Janeiro part I

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Rio de Janeiro is Brazil’s most popular city, with a population of over 6 million people, breathtaking landscapes and a world famous 73.4 kilometers coast, it is not hard to understand why the city is often referred as ‘cidade maravilhosa’ (marvelous city) by its residents.

This is certainly the most exciting time to visit, as this sports loving city is set to host the 2014 Worldcup and 2016 Olympics and Paralympics. Although prices may be compromised due to the aforementioned, we have selected some of the best activities for first time travelers to the city embraced by Christ the Redeemer.

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Top 7 Cities to Party in Europe

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If the nightlife of a city is a decisive factor in your traveling, this post is for you! We have selected the top 7 party destinations in Europe to attend to all of your wildest fantasies.

All of these destinations share very different types of party scenes, but there is a little bit for every kind of tourist. Pack your bags, put your dancing shoes on and come with us through a trip around these incredible destinations.

7. Prague

Prague has an incredibly diverse nightlife, from international jazz clubs to traditional Czech beer taverns, the city attends to all kinds of wishes. The beer in the city is very cheap, and clubs are open until the wee hours.

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7 Places to Visit Before They Disappear

The planet we live in never cease to impress us, with incredible landscapes and natural or men made wonders that usually leave visitors speechless. Although most of these locations are monetarily prolific, it does not mean that they are going to stick around for much longer.

From global warming to political conflicts, countries and its landmarks are shifting in a way that there is little that can be done in order to shift their predicted outcome. Therefore, you should really start packing as some of these destinations are predicted to disappear or be severely compromised by as little as 15 years.

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The Ultimate Guide to Dublin

Dublin has one of the fastest growing population in Europe, and that is not mere coincidence. Most travelers that flock to the capital of Northern Ireland, expect to encounter an endless array of beer based fun, peculiar traditions and a great lifestyle. From worshiping leprechauns and four leaf cloves, to always having a Guinness bottle at hand, the Irish truly know how to live up to their worldwide fame.

The city has a little bit for every kind of tourist. From beautiful castles to its fine 18th century Georgian houses with its colorful doors, an immersion to the country’s history does not require a lot of research. And if you still want to know more, ask the always friendly locals and they will be more than glad to help.

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Alternative Guide to Stockholm

Stockholm is one of the most iconic cities in Scandinavia, and that is due to it’s magical  18 hours of sun during summer time and almost complete darkness during the winter season. It has also become a haven for big names in Pop Music worldwide with the fame some of its unique residents.

There is way more to the city than Abba, Ikea and meatballs. The city is made up of incredible green spaces and picturesque waterways and rich culture which attract tourists of all kinds.

Join us in visiting some of the best local places in the city and enjoy Stockholm as a local.

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7 Travel Resolutions Everyone Should Have

2013 was a great year for traveling, we have visited and learned way more about different cities around the world than ever before. Traveling just as living is a constant learning experience and even if we avoid doing so, we usually fall into the same patterns while visiting unknown destinations.

But 2014 has arrived! And there is no better time to analyze the year past and tweaking some of our travel planning in order to maximize our experience. We have selected 7 things we desire to change in our travel future, which could be used by any constant traveler.

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Breakfast Around the World

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and for us travelers, it is also a great window to the personality and culture of a country. Breakfast meals around the world differ from city to city, state to state, but they are always a good excuse to indulge without any guilt. Because if you are anything like us, you could eat these meals for the entire day.

So get ready, pack your eating pants and join us on a trip through some of the world’s tastiest breakfast meals.

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Top 10 Craziest Competitions Around the World

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Competitions are some of the most celebrated events around the world, and sometimes enabling exquisite people to become a celebrity even if only for a day. Different countries host different competitions, which attract hundreds or even thousands of people to share a common passion.

We have selected some of the quirkiest competitions around the world. Therefore, bring your talents to the table and fight for some of these valuable prizes.

10. The Sauna World Championship – Finland

This Finish championship happens every year in the city of Heinola, where the last competitor whom leaves the 230 degrees sauna, wins. This does not come as a huge surprise as the country is home to 1.7 million saunas, meaning the Finish can take their heat.

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Checklist for South America Part II

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In our previous post we have covered some of the important aspects of planning a trip to South America. Today, we will uncover some of the remaining aspects to a stress free and fun filled expedition through this giant continent.

Be Safe

One of the biggest fears of first time travelers to South America is related to safety. Although crime rates in the continent might be relevantly higher than in your local neighborhood, it can still be avoided with a good dose of common sense and knowledge about dodgy areas.

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Checklist for South America part I

Traveling through South America is one of the most unique experiences a traveler could have. From exploring tropical forests to adventuring icy mountains, the continent has something to offer to every kind of tourist.

If you think it is a simple trip due to the fact that most countries speak the same language and the culture is very similar, think again. The continent has a magnitude of peculiar cultures which can vary consistently from state to state, so one of the first steps is to get rid of all stereotypes you’ve been fed, and immerse yourself in a sea of complex culture.

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