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What’s Hot in 2015?

2015 has only just begun and with that comes a lot of possibilities of new destinations and events to visit this year. Here’s a break down if you are needing a little bit of inspiration… United Kingdom Some great things are happening in the UK this year, so you don’t even need to stray from British soil to enjoy some great events. The Rugby World Cup will be gracing our soil in September and October and is sure to reignite the national pride showed throughout the 2012 London Olympics. In addition to this there’s a number of other annual events […]

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Which? Christmas Markets in the UK & Europe

 As the festive season will soon be upon us we’ve been thinking about the best Christmas Markets in the UK and Europe. Whether you want to take the other half on a pre-Christmas getaway or the kids away for some festive fun, we’re sure we’ll find you the perfect Christmas Market with a little help from our handy guide below!  Best Christmas Market for Romance – Paris Christmas is the  time of  year to enjoy  together with  your family and  friends and couldn’t there be a better place than in Paris. Known as the ‘City of Love’, it’s also famous for […]

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Awesome Cities In Europe

Sometimes after spending a frantic few months at work, it’s nice to chill out with a relaxing short break to one of the many amazing cities to be found in Europe – would you agree? Not only do you get to visit somewhere exciting for a spot of sightseeing but you can also sit back, relax and recharge the batteries before heading back to the office. As a result the kind folk here at Door2Tour have compiled a mini list of European cities that you should visit at some point during the year… Barcelona Fast becoming one of those must-see […]

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New York City

New York New York

New York City is one of those destinations that most people dream of visiting once during their lifetime. Featured in countless films, television shows and even music lyrics, here at Door2Tour we think it’s a must do. Our guest blogger Katie has just returned from a week exploring this vibrant city and has compiled a top ten guide of things you must do! New York City – My Top 10 I am fortunate enough to have just arrived back in the UK after an amazing trip to New York City. Having been twice before, we didn’t visit all of the […]

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Interview with Olympic cyclist Nicole Cooke

I’m very fortunate to be friends with cyclist Nicole Cooke who happens to have been competing in a major sporting event that’s taking over London right now – have you heard of it?! Anyway, Door2Tour thought wouldn’t it be fun to find out what life is like onsite in Olympic Park and Nicole very kindly took part in our interview. If you’ve ever wanted to know what her kit-bag essentials are, her plans for the future or what the atmosphere is like in the Team GB camp, read on… 1) So it’s been a few days since the road race where Lizzie […]

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Captivating Copenhagen

Our guest blogger for Door2Tour, Sam Matthews, recently visited Copenhagen for the first time and shares his time in this captivating city with us. He did everything from admiring the stunning Rosenborg Castle, to getting up close and personal with some of Copenhagen Zoo’s cutest creatures. Find out more about his travels with this insider’s view of Copenhagen. If you’ve been to Copenhagen before, get in touch and let us know your experiences, we’d love to hear them! Copenhagen is Denmark’s compact and charming capital city. It lies on Denmark’s western shore laced with beautiful canals winding between Copenhagen’s baroque […]

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Something Out Of The Ordinary

When you go on holiday, you always have the urge to go through your mental list of must see attractions, rather than thinking outside of the box and doing something different. We’ve picked out some examples of fun alternatives to the usual must do’s on city breaks to Rome, Berlin, Amsterdam and Prague… Rome What you’re supposed to do: Spend your days traipsing around historic monuments such as the Colosseum and fighting your way through the crowds to get within arms distance of the Trevi Fountain, so you can toss in a coin with the desperate hope of the wish you […]

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