Staying together: European capital city breaks

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Last week we launched our new series here on the HomeAway blog, ‘Staying together’, where we look at holidays spent with your nearest and dearest. We began with Becky Goddard-Hill looking at cottage holidays right here in the UK. Whilst autumn might be a bit rainy, it’s still a good time to holiday close to home. This week however, Rebecca Winke …

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Shop ‘til you drop on the streets of Europe

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Warning: If you are a recovering shopaholic, you should stop reading now. Reading this article may lead to a relapse. From the bric-a-brac of Camden market to the ostentatious Haute Couture of Paris, the streets of Europe are a shopper’s paradise. Whether you’re attracted by the glitz and glamour of fashion houses like Armani, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana, or …

KerrynShop ‘til you drop on the streets of Europe

10 amazing spring getaways for families

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Now that Christmas and New Year is over, your tree has gone to the great tree paradise in the sky and you have returned all your unwanted pressies, you can focus your attention on the really important stuff, namely, where will your next holiday be! With kids, everyone knows that holidays are not what they once were; gone are the …

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Art exhibitions you can’t miss this autumn in Europe

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Exploring Europe in the autumn is a wonderful experience, not least because of all the opportunities available to art enthusiasts. In the autumn, exhibits typically switch and new artworks are brought in to the major art museums of London, Paris and Prague, among others. If you are planning a trip to Europe in the fall of 2012, be sure to …

Markus SteenArt exhibitions you can’t miss this autumn in Europe