Summer Destinations

Music in Bergen city

  For centuries, Bergen has been the home to renowned musicians, most notably the world famous composer Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) and exquisite violinist and composer Ole Bull (1810-1880). In the present day, Bergen embraces all aspects of its rich musical

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Castles and Palaces in Malcesine

Malcesine, a town located on the North-eastern coast of Lake Garda, is rich in history and culture. There’s certainly plenty to captivate whether you’re here for a day-trip or staying for a couple of weeks. With so many narrow, cobbled

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How to visit the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Zermatt

  Mike and Liz, the Inghams representatives in Zermatt this summer, were lucky enough to witness the completion of the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world, the Charles Kuonene suspension bridge. A jubilant crowd of about 400 people attended

Longest Suspension Bridge in the World
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The glaciers of Loen, Norway

Once you reach Loen, you must visit the Briksdal glacier. Dream World Cruise Destinations magazine voted this natural wonder as one of the best attractions in the world. It is only 28km away from Loen and it has attracted swathes

the glacier
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Visiting the Bozen Market in Mittenwald from Seefeld

  Seefeld is a town in Austria with excellent connections to other towns and even other countries. You can easily hop over the border into Germany by train, bus or coach.   The big cities such as Innsbruck and Munich

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Seefeld’s Festivals and Events

  The summer festival season is in full swing in Seefeld, with events filling the town’s calendar. Every week we have the most incredible farmers’ markets. We try our hardest not to spend all our money on their incredible produce:

Strudelfest in Seefeld
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A farmer’s market with a difference: Hinterglemmer Bauernmarkt

  Here in Austria, we’ll accept any excuse for a festival! It could just be an excuse celebrate the local landscape, such as Zell am See’s Seefest (lake festival). It might be a reason to celebrate Austria’s delicious food and

The beautiful village of Saalbach, as seen from the Schattberg X-Press.
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A visit to Bolzano from Neustift

  Over the past month we’ve enjoyed plenty of sunshine in the Stubaital, and we’ve discovered many new walking trails and an exciting new excursion destination. With the Italian South Tyrol within such easy reach, a visit to the regional

A city view of Bolzano
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