Traveling on a European vacation

Villach of Carinthia

Situated at the heart of the Austrian province of Carinthia, Villach is the city where several cultures meet. It is so close to the Italian and the Slovenian borders that the cultural and social exchanges are very rich and most rewarding for visitors to the area; tourists enjoy both the surrounding picturesque scenery and the variety of leisure activities. All in all, Villach is a city that bursts with life in the middle of a natural landscape that has remained unspoiled. Typical Austrian Mountain Landscape The oldest traces of human inhabitance in the area go back to 3500 BC, and,

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Wels – Austria

When you say Wels you mean history, exploration tours, great sights and a generous atmosphere that characterizes the entire area. This Austrian city is a truly quiet, yet lively touristic destination. Many of the visitors that come to Wels are actually looking for peace and rest. And they will definitely find it together with lots of great leisure activities. If we take a look around, you’ll get an idea about what it is so special about this place, making it so inviting for tourists. Loads of historic monuments, old houses, ruins and more await us. Mention should be made that

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Austria

Austria is a great vacation spot if you are looking for somewhere that has something to offer all year round. In the winter you can engage in some of the best skiing and snowboarding that Europe has to offer. In the warmer months you can enjoy some of the most amazing architecture and scenery. The capital of Austria is Vienna and is one of the most lively and interesting cities by far. It is covered with amazing music, buildings, and art. The city possesses some of the finest museums in all of Europe. While there are some expensive activities in

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Nantes Atlantique

Like many other French cities, Nantes has an ancient Celtic history responsible for its very foundation. The first Celtic settlement fell into the hands of the Romans under Julius Caesar, and after three centuries of Roman domination it was conquered by various other invaders. First there were the Saxons, then the Franks, the Britons and the Normans in a succession of cultures and customs that lasted as late as the 10th century. Afterwards, during more peaceful times, Nantes started to grow as an important trade centre in this part of Europe. The curious thing is commerce developed to such an

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