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Oslo | Nature at your doorstep!

Oslo, is the largest city and capital of Norway. A beautiful metropolis, with lot of greenery, surrounding parks and forests and a population of 658,390. A compact city with easy access to public transport and cyclists friendly destination. The European Commission awarded Oslo the European Green Capital title of 2019!

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Riga on a budget| What to see and do

Riga is the largest city and capital of Latvia. Latvia has been part of the Russian Empire, gained full independence in 1991 and is one of the Baltic countries along with Estonia and Lithuania. Riga a modern and beautiful metropolis, was awarded, in 2014, with the title of European Capital of Culture.

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Vilnius on a budget| What to see and so

Vilnius is the largest city and capital of Lithuania. The name of the city comes from the River Vilna. Lithuania, one of the Soviet Union Socialist Republics (USSR), achieved independence in 1991, is one of the Baltic countries along with Estonia and Latvia.

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Luxembourg on a budget | What to see and do

Luxembourg, situated in the centre of Europe, is a picturesque city with lots to do and see, from historical attractions and panoramic views to a great numbers of bars and restaurants to hang out. With more that four flights a day from London and less than 2 hrs away, Luxembourg is one of the best weekend getaways.

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Reykjavik on a budget | What to see and do

Reykjavik , the capital of Iceland, is a small but vibrant city with friendly residents, great nightlife,  and lots to explore. The city has an abundance of shops -the main shopping street is Laugavegur-, museums and culture spots, souvenir shops and coffee shops on every corner. The name of the city  means smoky bay. The name comes from the ancient past when the first settlers arrived and found hot springs all over the place from which steam and smoke was rising. I visited  Reykjavik in October, the weather was very windy, like a typical winter day in Iceland. The winter in Iceland starts in October, so I was aware of  what to expect. Despite the freezing cold temperatures,  we were lucky enough to get some sunshine.

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Manchester on a budget | What to see and do

Manchester, Britain”s second city, located in the northwest, a budget-friendly destination, offers a variety of things to do, from museums and parks to restaurants and a wide range of bars, pubs, and clubs for every mood and budget. One of the most liveable and student-friendly cities with popular University of Manchester, which stands at 34th in the world, to Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Salford.

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