Europe

Walking the Prosecco Hills

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Written by Peregrine Travel Centre SA client Bron Gascoigne. I recently went on my first Exodus Tour – “Walking the Prosecco Hills”. With a name like that, I knew what I was getting myself in for .. or so I thought. The trip was everything I expected, and more.  Friendly people, lush countryside, outstanding architecture, […]

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Our Ultimate Guide to Island Hopping in Italy

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Original blog post featured on The Journal by Intrepid, by Sinead Blessing. Mouth-watering cuisine, majestic landscapes, pristine beaches – and more than a few superyachts thrown in for good measure. The islands that dot the edges of Italy’s coast are indeed some of Europe’s most exclusive and glamourous travel destinations, but you don’t have to […]

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11 foods to try in Germany that aren’t schnitzels

Original blog post featured on Geckos Tales, by Millie Lester. Believe it or not, there’s more to Germany than crumbed pieces of pounded pork fried in oil. Germany is one twelve-paged, double-sided, laminated food menu just waiting to be perused by hoards of hungry travellers, and while Deutschland is globally celebrated for its iconic schnitzel, […]

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Add a little local to your next adventure

Are you looking for something extra to make your stay in a destination that little bit more authentic? As travellers we often want to immerse ourselves in a new destination, whether it’s by meeting the local people, trying traditional food and drinks, exploring significant sites or learning about their history and culture. If you’re on […]

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5 reasons why sailing Croatia should be included on your European Summer itinerary

Written by Peregrine Travel Centre Team Member Adriana. If you’re after a relaxing, fun and breathtaking experience – sailing around the beautiful coast of Croatia is for you! It seems to be a popular travel option, with most people trying to fit this amazing experience into their European itinerary, and there’s good reason why. I […]

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5 beautiful islands in Europe you haven’t discovered yet

Original post featured on The Journal by Intrepid Travel, by Rebecca Shapiro. Lazing on a beach, gazing in wonder at the deep blue sea. Strolling through narrow, cobbled streets, ones you’ve been dreaming of for months. Tucking in to a feast for dinner, fish so fresh it would’ve been caught that day… Europe’s islands offer […]

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The Instagram worthy village in Switzerland – that will also feed your inner adventure seeker!

For anyone who has ever been to Switzerland, or seen photos of it while scrolling through social media, you will know that it is the definition of picturesque scenery. Just when you think this amazing country couldn’t get any prettier, you stumble across a small village that takes your breath away. The name of this […]

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A day in the life of an adventure cruise

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The daily itinerary on a big cruise ship, while fun (in a kid-in-a-candy-store kind of way) is pretty monotonous. Breakfast buffet, lie down, have a snack, fight for a deck chair by the pool, lie down, lunch, a matinee performance at the on-ship cinema, snack, lie down, dinner, repeat. Occasionally there’ll be a shore excursion, […]

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Lauren visits Italy

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Lauren has recently returned from Italy, where she did the 10 day Peregrine Secrets of Italy tour as part of her trip. From the canals of Venice to the historic streets of Rome, Italy is constantly familiar and endlessly surprising. This trip visits the top-tier sights – Venice’s bridges, Pisa’s Leaning Tower and Rome’s Colosseum – and […]

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