Author Archives: Andrew Truglia

World Poetry Day Across Europe


Poetry, like any other form of art, bonds us as humans together. Poetry, in whatever language, can convey, question and explain feelings that we may have otherwise been left wondering if we are alone in feeling. Whether you’re an office … Continue reading

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Pancake Day Around the World


With pancake day coming up on the 25th of February, we thought it would be the perfect time to share our knowledge on how Shrove Tuesday is celebrated around the world so that those of you that are travelling can … Continue reading

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Why Now Might be the Perfect Time to Buy EU Property


We’re leaving the EU. Britain will no longer be part of the single largest trading bloc on the planet. Our government is about to begin negotiating trade deals with Australia, The USA and other countries around the world. Doesn’t seem … Continue reading

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Visiting your holiday home over Christmas? Top tips for moving back into previously empty property


With the Christmas season finally upon us, many of you will be taking the time off to visit your holiday homes and villas overseas. The perks of having a second home to call your own are immeasurable, and being able … Continue reading

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What to Do in Cyprus in Autumn


Cyprus is very lucky in that during the months of September and October, it benefits from not being as cold as the surrounding European countries, but has cool enough periods to attempt activities that may be too hard in the … Continue reading

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It’s Official! Beach Holidays Abroad are Cheaper than Staying in The UK


Travel agent On The Beach surveyed 1,000 British families and found that UK staycations were often hundreds of pounds more expensive their mainland European counterparts. Some continental holidays were found to be as much as £2,000 cheaper: a family of … Continue reading

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Off the Beaten Track Holiday Destinations for 2019 – Pt. 2


Lille – France Lille, France’s largest Northern city has in recent years, transformed from an industrial hub to a centre for culture and commerce. Close to the Belgian border, Lille has some strong Flemish influences that can be found in … Continue reading

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Off the Beaten Track Holiday Destinations for 2019 – Pt. 1


Porto – Portugal  Portugal’s second city, located in the northwest of the country, some 195 miles north of the capital is rapidly becoming the quintessential Portuguese destination. Think seafood dinners with plenty of wine followed by strolls along cobbled streets … Continue reading

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