Odenza Reviews Lisbon, Portugal

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When you’re dreaming up your next European vacation, consider discovering Lisbon! The coastal capital city of Portugal. This Mediterranean city has become a more and more popular destination for travelers recently for its warm climate, culture and many historical spots to visit.  Explore the city’s historic and unique attractions including São Jorge Castle, Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, The Lisbon Oceanarium, The 25 de Abril suspension bridge, National Museum of the Azulejo, Tagus Estuary Natural Reserve and much more.

Odenza Reviews Bath, England

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Bath is a town in England, set within the rolling country side. Bath is famous for its natural hot springs as well as its 18th century Georgian architecture. Honey-colored Bath stone has been used expansively in the town’s architecture, notably at Bath Abbey, with its fan-vaulting, tower and great stained-glass windows. The museum located on the site of the original Roman era Baths includes The Great Bath, a temple, statues and more.

Odenza Reviews Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin, Ireland is an excellent travel destination for single travelers as well as the whole family! Just a few of the cities daytime tourist offerings include: the Dublin Zoo, St. Stephen’s Green park, Dublin Castle as well as designer boutiques. Dublin also happens to be a historical and contemporary center for education, the arts and contains tons of monuments and landmarks dating back hundreds of years. One of Dublin’s newest monuments however is the Spire of Dublin which is illuminated from the top to provide a beacon in the night sky across the city. Of course Dublin is also known for having a vibrant nightlife and is reportedly one of Europe’s most youthful cities, with an estimate of 50% of citizens being younger than 25. The most popular area of Dublin’s nightlife scene is Temple Bar, which is known among tourists as host to numerous stag and hen parties from Britain.

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.

Hopefully this review will inspire you to take a trip to Malta soon!

Odenza Reviews Portofino, Italy

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One of the most popular resort towns on the Italian Riviera, little Portofino has just over 500 permanent residents. But that all changes on summer days when the sun is shining and the yachting set drops anchor in the harbor to wander about. Boutiques, art galleries, cafes and restaurants line the tiny streets. Diving, hiking and beach-going are popular local pastimes, and there are even some historic sights like the Church of St. Martin and the Castello Brown hilltop fortress.

Hopefully this review of Portofino, Italy will inspire you to take a trip soon!

Le Marais, Paris

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Le Marais (“The Marsh”) is a historic district in Paris, France. Along the aristocratic district of Paris, it hosts many outstanding buildings of historic and architectural importance.

Le Marais is the closest you will get to the feel of medieval Paris and has more pre-revolutionary buildings and streets left intact than any other area in Paris. A glance at some of the beautiful buildings and houses indicates the wealthy status of the former residents. The small  medieval lanes are alive with bars, restaurants, hotels, high and low fashion boutiques, trendy shops, hip designers, old fashioned bread shops, jewelry, wine shops, fashionable art galleries and museums all packed into one small area.

 

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Amsterdam is the cultural capital of the Netherlands and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

Known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.

Some of the most romantic things you can do in this magical city include taking a cruise on a canal boat, strolling down the Vondelpark or having a candle light dinner at the famous restaurant De Kas.