Odenza Reviews Malta, Europe.

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Malta is a little, island country in the Mediterranean Sea located south of the island of Sicily, Italy.  Malta packs wonderful variety into its compact archipelago. You’ll find pre-historic temples, hidden coves, fossil-studded cliffs, exciting scuba diving and a history of amazing intensity.  Ancient history and island adventure merge impeccably in Malta.

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Odenza Reviews Málaga, Spain

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The largest city on the Costa del Sol, Malaga has the expected Mediterranean climate and is well-known for being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, the famous Spanish artist. The city of Malaga offers up beaches, hiking, architectural sites, art museums and excellent shopping. The ancient city bustles with taverns and bistros. The grand Paseo del Parque offers a delightful stroll past an oasis of banana trees and beautiful fountains.

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Odenza Reviews Isle of Skye, Scotland

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Scottish culture is filled with nature based Celtic myths and legends that tell of magical beings living under hills and waters filled with large and small beasts. The Fairy Pools near Carbost, Scotland encapsulate that sense of magic in their beautiful blue waters.

The series of small waterfalls that make up the so-called Fairy Pools are located near the village of Carbost on the Isle of Skye and accessible only by a foot hike through the Glen Brittle forest. These Fairy-Pools are some of the most pristine swimming holes in the entire world. On a sunny day, the turquoise waters of the natural pools are so clear, you can clearly see each moss-covered stone at the bottom.

I hope this review of Isle of Skye, Scotland will encourage you to visit soon!

Odenza Reviews Takamatsu, Japan

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The floating port city of Takamatsu sings a vibrant, many-part harmony – esteemed castle grounds that host fashionable craft fairs, the small town/big city energy of a prefectural capital. There are numerous sightseeing attractions including spots from which you can enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Seto Inland Sea like Yashima and Goshikidai, places where you can appreciate the stunning nature during all four seasons like Ritsurin Garden, and spots connected to history like Tamamo Park (Ruins of Takamatsu Castle), and Shikoku Mura Village. You can also can take a ferry ride from Takamatsu to remote Ogijima and Megijima, where modern art festivals are held. It’s urban Japan at its most lovely and free of pretension.

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Odenza Reviews Ionian Islands, Greece

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The Ionian Islands are a wonderous, and visually stunning paradise. The waters beautifully blue, the sands are silky and smooth. The largest of the Ionian Islands, Zakynthos is as rich as it is pretty, boasting an abundance of crops such as olives and grapes. Music is a huge part of the local culture—you can catch a concert or festival almost any night of the week, and you’ll be charmed by the sights and sounds of the Zakynthos performers.

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Odenza Reviews Aachen, Germany

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Aachen is well known for being home to the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Germany – Aachen Cathedral – and the large number of young people, whom you see wherever you go. Be inspired by a city full of history and vibrant life. Located at the point where three countries – Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands – meet, it enchants visitors time and again.

The cathedral, the old city and the Elisenbrunnen fountain. Traditional-style and modern boutique cafés. The attractions this city has to offer are as varied as the city itself.
Visit its monuments and squares, stroll through its narrow, winding lanes, and enjoy the flair of the westernmost major city in Germany.

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Odenza Reviews Antigua and Barbuda, Caribbean

Lively Antigua and Barbuda move to the music of steel drums. You can visit a different beach each day and not repeat yourself for a full year—and that’s why tourists and celebrities alike flock to this sun-soaked Caribbean island. Take a day cruise, rent some diving gear or cruise up the beach on a Segway for a real adventure, island-style.

Visitors love its warm waters which are an endless hue of blues, and the long stretches of sparkling sand sprinkled across both Antigua and its little sister island Barbuda are so stunning that celebrities including Oprah have ended up buying homes here.

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