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Kiss me, I’m Irish! | St. Patrick’s Day History & Traditions

St. Patrick’s Day is a popular celebration that allows Irish people to celebrate their history and culture. It is known for parades, shamrocks, and leprechauns as well as the color green. Many traditions and symbols...

9 Must-See Cinema Museums

Since its creation in the early 1830s, cinema has and continues to entertain and fascinate the world. People quote movie lines in their daily conversations, they wear shirts featuring on-screen icons such as Charlie Chaplin...

Discover Strasbourg City 

Strasbourg, The Capital City Located in Northeastern France near the German borders, Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine region, which is part of the Grand-East region. It is also the official seat of the European...

Explore the Beauty of Egypt’s Cavafy Museum

Over the years, many artists and writers have been inspired by Egypt and its long history. Some of them incorporated it into their writings and others chose to relocate there permanently because they felt right...

10 Irish Islands You Must Visit

Ireland is well known for its outdoor activities, incredible landscapes, and also for its multiple islands that will take your breath away. The Irish Islands are beautiful and will delight all visitors. Here is a...

Everything You Need To Know About the Eiffel Tower

Located in the 7th arrondissement, this immense iron monument, a real architectural and technical challenge, is today the symbol of Paris and France for tourists from all over the world. One of the most recognizable...

A Delicious Guide to French Culinary Specialities

French Gastronomy The first culinary nation in the world, France is recognized worldwide for its gastronomy and its art of living. French luxury is intimately linked to its culinary art. Moreover, since 2010, the French gastronomic...

Turn Your Frown Upside Down: Methods to Ease Blue Monday

Blue Monday is a term used to describe the ‘most depressing day of the year’. The third Monday of January, the day was invented by travel marketing executives to encourage people to book holidays. Playing...

Off the Beaten Track: Adventure in Northern Ireland

Gone are the days of visitors to Northern Ireland being solely reliant on guided tours and regular pilgrimages to the holy grail of tourism at the Giant’s Causeway. Plenty of options are available for an...