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Staying at Valencia Sol Sun in Spain

I have to admit that this was my first Airbnb experience and it didn’t disappoint at all. Valencia Sol Sun apartment is nested in the center of a fantastic city, the third largest in Spain, a great combination of sun, beach, old and futuristic architecture, amazing Mediterranean food and plenty of cool things to choose form. Thanks to its location, Valencia Sol Sun has very easy access to the City Of Arts and Sciences, just few meters away. Actually you can see the Opera from the window of the apartment. Getting there The Apartment is located near the City of Arts and Sciences and just a few minutes from downtown. By plane Manises International Airport is just a few minutes from Valencia, 8 km from the city center. The expansion of runways and terminals, together with increased operating airlines, places this airport among the first in Spain in number of passengers and…

Ultimate travel guide – Berlin

There are so many things to say about Berlin, that one could write a book about it. Below we’ve gathered some information and created what I think is an ultimate travel guide for those who have just a few days to spend in this amazing city: It is for sure the city of experiences. Berlin has it all: history, culture, music, art, food, sleepless nights and of course beer. What to expect: Berlin is a big city with a large, perfect transportation system and friendly locals. I would recommend knowing a few key phrases in German but you will find many English speakers around. Currency: Berliners use euro Credit Cards and Banks: Cards are used all over Berlin, especially Visa and Master card, but it’s more common to use cash for small items. As a general rule of thumb, bring a few euros in cash with you whenever you go. Climate: Berlin…

Polignano a Mare – a balcony over the Adriatic Sea

It’s a medieval old town in the southern Italy, not far from Bari. It’s that that kind of city with houses build into limestone cliffs and caves high above the deep blue waters of the Adriatic Sea. The sea here has an amazing blue color. Because we rented a car for the entire stay, we had the possibility to visit the entire area. Initially Polignano a Mare wasn’t on our list, but I was so happy that we managed to see it. After an Italian breakfast in Alberobello and a short walk around, we drove to Polignano a Mare. How to get there? The city is very close to Bari, so from here you can take: Train – which leaves from Bari Centrale directly to Polignano a Mare. The average journey time between them is 29 minutes. The journey may be longer on weekends and holidays. The cost of a ticket…