On a recent road trip in Cyprus, I spent some time in the coastal town of Paphos. Here’s my favourite things to do in Paphos, Cyprus. Situated on the western coast of Cyprus, Paphos is a harbour town that like the rest of the country boasts churches, archaeological sites, mosaics, white-sand beaches and amazing views of the land and the sea. What isn't there to love?! Here's just some of the things to do in Paphos, Cyprus.
The River Danube to Lake Constance cycle route is an ideal choice for a one week cycling holiday in Germany. Here's my experiences cycling this well-marked route through the Upper Swabia and Allgäu region of Germany. It has to be said, that Germany is one of the best places in Europe for bicycle touring. A network of well signed cycle tracks criss-crosses the country, with perhaps the most famous being the River Danube cycle path.
Steeped in history, culture and the arts, Biberach an der Riss is perfect for sightseeing. I explored this small picturesque town when cycling along the Donau-Bodensee Radweg. Here's the top things to see in Biberach, Germany. If you live anywhere other than Germany, the chances of you having heard of the town of Biberach an der Riss are probably less than zero. This isn't because of the lack of things to see or do though. Far from it.
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Selecting a term
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