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A long overdue update from Sandemans

Posted on05. Jul, 2013 by .

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What can we say? We’re sorry for not writing sooner. We’ve been so busy with the launch of our new tours, we’ve barely had time to sit down and talk about them, but we’ve got plenty to tell you, and great new tours in five of the world’s most excting cities in what has been [...]

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Brand news tours in our brand new city! Tapas and Gaudí join the line-up.

Posted on03. May, 2013 by .

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Just a few weeks ago, SANDEMANs NEW Europe launched their famous-free tour in Barcelona as part of our continuing expansion around Europe. We’ve been delighted to receive so many of you in this wonderful city, home to great food, world-class football, and the Catalonian spirit, and to hear you already describe us as “the Best [...]

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Lonely Planet loves us. We love them back!

Posted on02. May, 2013 by .

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We love the Lonely Planet guides, and are always scouring their website for great and exciting things to do. You can imagine the honor therefore when we read we were in their list of ’20 free things to do in Amsterdam’, and what did they say about us? They called us a ‘three-hour whiz-bang walkabout’, [...]

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What makes a good hostel great? Atmosphere, says award-winning Abraham Hostel, Jerusalem

Posted on06. Mar, 2013 by .

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Is it really that simple? If you’re visiting Jerusalem, the article below by Staywyse is definitely worth reading. Abraham Hostels in Jerusalem has been voted one of the top ten large hostels in the world amongst the hundreds of thousands of guest reviews on Hostelworld.com. The rooms are “clean and functional, but that’s about it”, [...]

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One Battle at a Time – Competitors on TripAdvisor

Posted on12. Nov, 2012 by .

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Anyone who’s been on one of our tours, written to us with words of advice, or spoken to us personally knows we take feedback from our guests incredibly seriously. This is why we consider our TripAdvisor reviews to be so important, and why we make every attempt to make sure the reviews on our page [...]

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A step in the right direction for Coffeeshops, thanks for all your support!

Posted on31. Oct, 2012 by .

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When Holland’s now fallen right-wing government introduced their Weedpass measures, we were more than sceptical. A legislation which would deny the same rights to visitors as given to the residents of the city, and which would require locals to register as marijuana smokers before lighting up in one of the countries 650+ coffeeshops seemed like [...]

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Festival of Lights now illuminating your favorite Berlin landmarks

Posted on10. Oct, 2012 by .

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The city of lights… most people will be thinking of Paris, but for the next 11 days, you should definitely be thinking Berlin. The Festival of Lights is back for another impressive year of light shows, illuminating all the top iconic Berlin landmarks and the atmosphere during this time is amazing. Travelers and locals, photographers [...]

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Will you be in Munich during Oktoberfest?

Posted on21. Sep, 2012 by .

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If you’re one of the almost 7 million expected to descend on Munich for Oktoberfest this year, then you are in absolute luck. Our Beer Challenge will change its route from September 22 through October 7 to now include TWO beer hall visits, and a trip to the site of Oktoberfest, Theresienwiese, all for the [...]

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Help us beat the fakes on TripAdvisor

Posted on07. Sep, 2012 by .

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TripAdvisor is a huge travel directory, filled with user-generated reviews of the best (and worst) things to do, places to eat, and sites to visit… and we love it. We love it because it allows people to get savvy before they go away, and share what they thought once they get back; it’s certainly helped [...]

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Touching the wall to understand history

Posted on21. Aug, 2012 by .

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Sometimes you really need to visit a city, to hear the stories, and to be up close and personal with the monuments which made history to feel the significance of the events you once learned about. This is exactly what Christine from partofmyworld.com blog did when she visited history. “…a city that remembers its dark [...]

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