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Brugge

Often nicknamed ‘Little Venice’, Bruges is a beautiful medieval town, wonderful to explore any time of year. Whether you wish to enjoy the festive decorations and markets leading up to Christmas or visit in summer when the weather is at its best or perhaps you’d prefer to avoid the crowds by visiting late winter, early spring or late autumn – every season has is benefits. Here's our top ten of things to do in Bruges...

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from The Travel Manuel

European Festivals to see before you need a walking stick.

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from The Travel Tester

[:en]Best London Christmas Markets and Winter Festivals[:nl]De Beste Londen Kerstmarkten en Winter Festivals[:]

Christmas Markets to check out in London this December - including at the South Bank right next to some great Merlin attractions - why not view it from above on the London Eye?

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from The Independent

Top 10 bars and clubs in Amsterdam

To many tourists who indulge in Amsterdam’s nightlife, the Red Light District and its many coffee shops are often the only entertainment they might discover, besides maybe a few cheesy bars in the city’s centre.

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from Her Campus

Travel Blog: The Best European Christmas Markets

Prague's Old Town Square during the Christmas season. Seriously a dream.. I can't wait until I get to visit this place

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from mirror

Europe's top ten Christmas markets: Mulled wine, festive food and bargains galore

Prague's Old Town Square during the Christmas season. Seriously a dream.. I can't wait until I get to visit this place

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When it comes to the best music festivals in the world, Europe definitely reigns supreme. Tomorrowland, Glastonbury, SONAR Sensation, Creamfields, EXIT, and so many more!! Read all about it here: http://www.jonesaroundtheworld.com/30-music-festivals-in-europe-to-experience-before-you-die/

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