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Are you planning your holidays in Greece? We would like to provide you with some important information and tips to better organise your trip and make the most out of it with less worries.

In order to help you to choose which clothing and accessories to put in your suitcase for your trip to Greece, we provide you certain general information on the climate of this amazing country!
Greece's climate is Mediterranean with long sunshine, mild temperatures and limited rainfalls. It is characterised by great variation, due to the country's geographic location, the intense relief and the distribution between the mainland and the sea.
In the summer, dry hot days are often cooled by seasonal winds that are called "etesian winds" while mountainous areas are more cool.

When it comes to one of the top tourist destinations in the world, the United Kingdom is never behind.  There are plenty of amazing things to see and do in northwestern Europe’s island nation, whether it’s iconic landmarks, breathtaking coastal views, world-class restaurants or international music festivals. The UK, consisting of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales is a mix of traditional and modern attractions that is sure to entice any traveler.

You will experience fresh perspectives of our diverse cities, uncover modern twists on our historic icons, and where our green spaces are full of unexpected gems. Whether it’s kayaking under Tower Bridge by moonlight, getting the inside scoop on Manchester's foodie scene, or laughing along at the 75th anniversary of the Edinburgh Fringe, Britain is bursting with opportunities to explore different every day

Croatia is a Central European and Mediterranean country, bordering Slovenia to the west, Hungary to the north, Serbia to the east and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the south; the country also has a long maritime border with Italy in the Adriatic Sea. These borders total 2,028 km altogether.

Croatia has an unusual shape (similar to a croissant!) that is unlike any other country in the world. This unusual shape is as a result of five centuries of expansion by the Ottoman (Turkish) empire towards Central Europe.

Croatia has an amazing 5,835km of coastline, 4,057km of which belongs to islands, cliffs and reefs. There are 1,244 islands and islets in the Adriatic, although only about 50 are populated.

If you’re wondering what’s the best month to go to Portugal, the good news is that one of Portugal’s perks is its year-round sunshine. Although the winter months can be a little chilly, average daytime temperatures are still around 16 degrees. Overall, the best time to travel to Portugal is during late spring (March to May) when it’s warming up, and early autumn (September to October) when the searing heat is losing its edge.

If you want to cover a bit of everything on your trip – sightseeing, outdoor activities, some lazy days on the beach with a dip in the ocean, the best month to visit Portugal is September. It’s still hot, but not fiercely so, and the sea is probably at its warmest.

Whether you’re a history buff, a night owl, an adrenaline junkie, or simply a rambler wishing to be bowled over by natural splendour, the list of things to do in Malta is endless.

Whatever you’re looking for in a holiday, with so much to see and do, a trip to the Maltese Islands is an unmissable experience for any type of traveller.

With its central location smack-dab in the middle of the Mediterranean and its excellent flight connections , not to mention its vast array of attractions all within close proximity to one another, Malta is the ideal holiday location for anyone wishing to take a few days in paradise. Whether it's adventure, culture, gastronomy or simply pampering that you’re craving, you’ll find everything you need at your fingertips.

Over the years, Italy’s rich legacy of art and architecture has seduced many. Stretching back to before Roman times and continuing today, the country is filled with many architectural and artistic treasures. Italy is known for its wonderful artists, architects, engineers, and inventors, who changed the world.

Italy is a haven for anyone that wishes to explore architecture and design over centuries. These pieces are on every bit of street or road you might find yourself in; in fact, it’s impossible to move around without bumping into a piece of history.

A few of the most famous pieces of art include Florence’s elegant streetscapes, the beautifully preserved Colosseum in Rome, the incredible painted ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and the perfect marble dome of St Peter’s Cathedral in Vatican City, Venice’s beautiful arched bridges over its canals, the postcard-perfect tiers of colourful cottages of Positano just a shortlist of what Italian art and architecture have to offer.

There’s a reason France is the most visited country in the world. Actually, there are several.

About 90 million international visitors traveled there in 2019, and tourism makes up 8% of the country’s gross domestic product. The Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. The Pyrenees and Chamonix. Escargot and ratatouille. Champagne and croissants and berets and baguettes. Napoleon and Simone de Beauvoir and the Hunchback of Notre Dame. Jazz bars and vineyards and lavender fields as far as the eye can see. ‘Un petit peu’ of this, ‘un petit peu’ of that.

France has mountains, wineries, famous sights and dramatic coastlines in abundance, with a wine-making heritage thought to be thousands of years old. (Spain ranks second for tourist numbers, with 83.5 million in 2019, followed by the United States, with 79.3 million, according to the World Tourism Organization).

 

One of Europe's biggest hitters for good reason, Spain pulls tourists in by the millions thanks to its warm weather, laidback vibe and excellent food and wine. Plus, of course, there are some of Europe's best beach resorts, mountains, and cultural cities such as Madrid, Seville and Barcelona.

Spain's success in the tourism industry is due especially to its rich cultural and natural attractions, but also to its exceptional infrastructures, the quality of its transportation and hotel density.

Catalonia, the Canary Islands, the Balearic Islands, Andalusia and the Community of Valencia are the Spanish regions that welcome the most tourists.

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