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How much can you get for a cancelled flight?

DATE : February 19, 2019

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Oddities Published on February 10, 2019 | by Andrea Guerriero
How much can you get for a cancelled flight? According to research ordered by GIVT and conducted by SW Research*, as many as 56% of Poles are not aware that they are entitled to financial compensation for a cancelled or delayed flight, up to the amount of EUR 600, and 72% do not know that they are entitled to a reimbursement of the ticket costs. Below is a recap of the passengers’ rights in the event of a cancelled or delayed flight
Cancelled flight – what are your rights? First of all, it must be kept in mind that compensation for a cancelled flight might be applicable if the cancellation took place from two weeks to 7 days prior to the planned flight date, if the airline offered alternative transportation that will take off no earlier than 2 hours before the planned travel time and arrive at the destination no later than 4 hours after the planned landing (if it is exactly 4 hours, compensation does not apply), and less t..

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5 Winter Destinations for Those Who Love Winter

DATE : February 19, 2019

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Winter Published on November 16, 2018 | by Andrea Guerriero
5 Winter Destinations for Those Who Love Winter King Winter can be a ruthless monarch, and plenty of people tend to exchange the cold for more clement places on the planet. But in many areas across the globe, winter is also the season of sipping on soothing beverages, dipping into sizzling pools and icemen coming to life. Here are 5 places to make you look forward to wintertime.
Heidelberg, Germany
Mulled wine, gingerbread, and cosy markets define the German Christmas culture. Famous cities like Munich, Nuremberg and Leipzig draw big crowds, while Heidelberg offers the same winter treats and activities. The big bonus here though is some magnificent pieces of architecture. Visiting Heidelberg is like travelling back to the time of dukes and jokers. The narrow streets in the Old Town, the romantic Karl Theodor Bridge, and the impressive ruins of the Heidelberg Castle give this western German town its unique medieval characte..

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Travel & Explore Europe part 3

DATE : September 28, 2018

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Every year many people flock to Europe to enjoy the majesty and to explore this wonderful holiday destination. The beautiful mountains and hill peaks, European cuisines, farm yards, road side taverns and architectural beauty of the monuments of Europe hold something which attracts people from all over the world. You can visit some of the […]

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Travel & Explore Europe Part 2

DATE : September 28, 2018

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Europe is a place of endless discoveries, perfect for group adventure and solitary walks, ideal for exploration and travel. It is the place where you feel connection and love for nature and life as its beauty slowly reveals before your eyes. If you want to be taken in a magical place, in quaint and small […]

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Travel & Explore Europe Part 1

DATE : September 28, 2018

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Travelling through Europe is like travelling through a plethora of adventures, every country you come has its own unique food, language, culture and even though some of the countries are small and you can travel through it in just 6 hours by car, it is a country with its own unique form of life. If […]

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Which Travel Clothes Are Worth the Money?

DATE : August 30, 2017

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If all you knew about traveling was what you saw on dedicated travel gear sites such as Magellans.com or TravelSmith.com, you might think that you could never take a trip without a wardrobe purpose-built for globetrotting. Think shirts and pants made out of wrinkle-free, waterproof, bug-repellent, UV-protective microfibers, equipped with dozens of hidden thief-proof pockets. But do you really need to buy expensive, specialized travel clothes just to explore the world?
For those of you who'd rather wear the clothes you already have instead of blowing half your travel budget on a new wardrobe before every trip, there's hope. We took a look at some of the most common types of travel clothes to determine whether they're actually worth the money.
Commonly produced by outdoor outfitters, these pants, shirts, jackets and boots are meant to protect you from damp weather.
Worth It? If you'll be spending a lot of time outdoors in a changeable climate (think kayaking in New..

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Best Hidden Beaches around Europe

DATE : August 30, 2017

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Top Hidden Beaches in Europe Best Hidden Beaches around Europe Date 11.07.2016 Article in pdf Beaches are one of the most popular vacation spots for most people, where they can enjoy the warmth of the sun, the soft feel of sand under their feet and the relaxing waters of the sea.
Europe, being one of the top travel destinations in the world, boasts of several beaches that range from bay sheltered between cliffs to long stretches of open sandy beaches. However, most of these beaches are found near tall buildings and tend to receive a lot of tourists, which spoils their tranquility.
Fortunately, there are still a few hidden gems that are yet to be spoiled. Below is a look at some of the top beaches in Europe where you can enjoy a quiet and relaxing vacation.

Pori Beach on Koufonisia Island
Pori is located on Koufonisia, a Greek island that is part of the famous Cyclades group of islands. It is one of the least inhabited islands in Greece, with the upper part of t..

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The world’s 7 most unusual Christmas markets

DATE : August 29, 2017

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Whether they involve floating on rivers, shooting arrows at patron’s bums or celebrating a strange, defecating log, these markets offer a unique and fun alternative to the traditional Christmas market experience 1: Floating Christmas Market, Vilshofen, Germany The floating Christmas markets in Vilshofen (Tourist-Information Passauer Land) Every Christmas, the Danube promenade in Vilshofen is home […]

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10 spectacular waterfalls you’ve probably never heard of

DATE : August 29, 2017

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10 spectacular waterfalls you’ve probably never heard of 29th December 2016
They might not have big time name recognition like Niagara or Victoria Falls, but these stunning waterfalls still deliver the wow factor – and without the crowds
1: Hardraw Force, Yorkshire, UK
Harddraw Force. Naked Robin Hood not shown. (Dreamstime)
Hardraw Force is a waterfall on the Hardraw Beck in Hardraw Scar, a wooded ravine just outside the hamlet of Hardraw in the Yorkshire Dales.
It's the largest single drop waterfall in the UK, and is reached by walking through the Green Dragon, a country inn dating from the 13th Century.
Hardraw Force also featured in Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood – Prince of Thieves, in a scene where Maid Marian spies Robin bathing underneath it.

2: Multnomah Falls, Oregon, USA
Multnomah Falls. In the Fall. (Dreamstime)
Multnomah Falls is a waterfall on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge that flows all year and drops over two tiers.
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