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10 American Cities To See By Train

Stuck for holiday ideas this year? Why not consider these 10 American cities to see by train? By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi It’s a bit frustrating that airlines aren’t flying to all their full destinations right now, and for Americans,…

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15 Awesome Things To See In Moscow

By Arwa Lodhi Moscow has long played a vital role in Russian history. It was the capital of Muscovy (the Grand Principality of Moscow) in the late 13th century, which is why residents here are still known as Muscovites.…

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10 Of The Best No Fly Holidays From the UK

Who needs planes? We’ve found 10 great no fly holidays from the UK that save money, and the planet By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi We all love to travel, there’s no doubt about it. But as conscious travellers know well,…

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7 Of The Most Romantic Getaways In Europe

The continent is already known for its beauty and seduces all who visit. Here are some of the most romantic getaways in Europe By Diane Small Romance plus luxury equals the vacation of a lifetime, and there’s really no…

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5 of the Best Boutique Hotels For Green Travelers

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has stated that tourism is one of today’s key driver for socio-economic progress: “Over the decades, tourism has experienced continued growth and deepening diversification to become one of the fastest…

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Inkaterra: Stepping Back in Time In Cusco

By Chere Di Boscio Stepping back in time in Cusco is easy. After all, it is the oldest living city in the Americas – in fact, Cusco has been inhabited for over 3,000 years. And it’s been through a…

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8 Of The Most Eco Friendly Hotels In Europe

By Robyn Gravestock An increased awareness in the importance of sustainable tourism has caused more holidaymakers to seek out hotels that are caring more for the environment. Fortunately, the result of such demand is that the leisure industry has…

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Living in London Like A Local: Cuckooz

By Daniela Christiansson I love London. The diversity of the people, the huge open parks, and the palpable buzz make this city a favourite for many travellers. The thing is, it’s such a sprawling metropolis full of so many…

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Welcome to the Jungle: Sustainable Singapore

By Arwa Lodhi Smoking in public, chewing gum, spitting in public, and littering – these are just a few of Singapore’s strict laws that were created to keep the streets clean. But Singapore has made enormous efforts to go…

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Serenely Green: Eco Friendly Venice

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi When you think of la Serenissima (Italian for  “the most serene”), the history and enchantment is overwhelming. The Republic of Venice was a major maritime power from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, considered the…

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Ecotourism Germany: The Black Forest Goes Green

By Katrine Carstens There’s no question that the adage ‘war is hell’ is absolutely true. Like many other cities in Europe, the German town of Freiburg  suffered enormously in World War Two, when it was bombed to the ground.…

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London’s Greenest Area: Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill is not only where Eluxe’s headquarters lie, but it’s also the best part of London, in my book! By Chere Di Boscio London isn’t just about historic buildings and narrow, cobblestone streets. It’s also home to a…

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It’s Hip to Be Square: Qbic Hotel, London

By Katrine Carstens For a city so full of diversity, London has very few eco-accommodation options indeed. Eluxe Magazine has covered the city’s most lauded hotel, One Aldwych, and some of the bigger chains, like Raddisson, have some properties…

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The Hotel Majestic Barriere: Green Glam in Cannes

The Hotel Majestic Barriere is one of the most exciting places to visit in Cannes. Here’s why By Kaitlyn Davis It’s that time of year, when the glitterati gather in the south of France for the world’s most feted…

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Eco Eccentric: Hotel Eclat Beijing

By Diane Small It may be best known for its smog, overcrowding and pollution, but Beijing is trying to turn its bad reputation around with the introduction luxury art hotel that is revolutionising sustainable travel in China.   Located…

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Scottish Spring: Eco Friendly Glasgow

By Katrine Carstens Once a prime engine of the English empire, Glasgow spiralled into grime and despair as the glory of colonial Britain faded into grey. Lately however, with a foot firmly on the accelerator of progress, the city…

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Paris: We Love Green

By Franziska Furst It’s the most visited city in the world, but Paris is not usually reputed to be as eco-friendly as other cities found in its European neighbours, Sweden, Austria or Germany. For one weekend in the autumn,…

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Welcome to Eco Street, Milan

By Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi Since it was greatly destroyed during World War II , Milan has rebuilt itself into a thriving cosmopolitan financial capital, and has become one of the world’s most important fashion spots. Home to Dolce &…