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The Athenian Celebrates 5 Years by Offering One Lucky Winner a Trip to Athens

To celebrate 5 years of bringing authentic Greek street food to the UK, The Athenian will be offering a chance to try it for real in Athens. The Athenian will be giving one lucky winner a trip away with a gastronomic experience like no other, a chance to sample some of Athens’ finest produce and …

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Spreading the Love of Scotland Through Stories

VisitScotland has launched its latest marketing drive, Only in Scotland, which will shine a spotlight on the unique experiences the country has to offer and help continue the push for more sustainable growth of the industry.

The next chapter of the Scotland is Now campaign will reinforce the country’s position as a warm, …

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Holidu Reveals the Cheapest Ski Areas in The Alps this Year

The weather is getting colder, the nights are getting darker earlier and ski resorts around the world are preparing themselves for another jampacked season of snowsports. Every year, millions of us grab our passports and race to the slopes to spend a week of skiing (and snowboarding) in the picturesque mountain range ski resorts. 

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Most Popular Halloween Destinations

2019 has ushered in several new travel trends. A growing global environmental conscience has led to increased interest in sustainable holidays while trips with a wellness theme are surging in popularity thanks to fitness-obsessives. But it has also been a year where we’ve been more open to exploring the more macabre aspects of human history. …

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Year of Coasts and Waters 2020 Featured on National Geographic Websites

VisitScotland has called on National Geographic to create online branded content to highlight the upcoming Year of Coasts and Waters.

The media company is producing branded content across their websites in the UK, Germany, France, and the Netherlands showcasing some of Scotland’s best landscapes and experiences as part of 2020’s celebratory themed year. …

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Visit Gardens and Landscapes That’s Been Seen on the Big Screen

It doesn’t go unrecognised that movie productions throughout the years have made buildings and backdrops in the UK famous. Mentmore Towers in Buckinghamshire became the Dark Knight’s Wayne Manor in Batman and scenes in Durham Cathedral became the classroom for a well-known wizard and his friends in Harry Potter. 

As for our stunning …

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