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Self-guided walking holidays in PortugalIt’s sometimes hard to put into words why we feel our holidays are so special. There are so many different elements to them – a hotel here, a great walk there, plus an exceptional meal, perhaps, or a sublime viewpoint – that it’s often hard to pick out the highlights. So sometimes it’s far better to let our customers do the talking for us... Read the full post
Posted: 30/04/2013 15:15:42 by | with 0 comments



OK, it’s time to hold my hands up; I was misled; I didn’t do enough research; I should have checked; I took it at face value. What am I talking about? Well, those of you who recently received our email newsletter on the many good reasons to visit the Azores this summer will have noticed that one was to 'drink the only tea grown in Europe'. Read the full post
Posted: 29/04/2013 14:31:12 by | with 1 comments



Sometimes our customers send us reviews of their walking holiday that are worthy of more than just a line or two.  Such was the case with Jon and Jacqueline Owen from Sale who went to the Azores on their honeymoon back in 2011. Now, a honeymoon should be memorable in its own right, but it is clear from their words below that for the Owens, this archipelago adventure surpassed all expectations:

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Posted: 18/04/2013 16:27:45 by Peter Williamson, Inntravel | with 0 comments



If you're contemplating a walking holiday in Portugal, you simply must spend a few days exploring the country's wonderful capital. In the heart of Lisbon, narrow cobbled streets lead down from the imposing castle which dominates the skyline; little yellow trams trundle past the cathedral on their way to the historic port of Vasco da Gama; wide traffic-free boulevards link large open squares...
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Posted: 10/04/2013 08:40:26 by | with 1 comments



Amsterdam’s world-famous Rijksmuseum re-opens on Saturday 13 April after a multi-million pound, ten-year makeover. Queen Beatrix will perform the opening ceremony in the morning after which it will be open to members of the public, who will be able to access the museum free of charge until midnight. A long orange carpet will stretch from Museumplein, the musuem gardens, to the Rijksmuseum’s spectacular new atrium entrance. Read the full post
Posted: 09/04/2013 10:48:18 by | with 0 comments



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