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Feb 03, 20

Lithuania is a country of surprises, and there is a lot to see and do in this former Soviet nation. The turbulent history makes for a fascinating country to explore. The country's arts and cultural scene have taken off in the past couple of decades, and the plethora of arts on offer in cities like Vilnius are testimony to the talent and creativity in contemporary Lithuania. Here is some background from Netferry, including where to go and what to see!

Museums and art galleries 

Feb 03, 20

Amirandes Grecohotel Exclusive Resort in Crete 

Amirandes is an exclusive beachside resort that epitomizes Crete's most exciting features: beautiful architecture, warm hospitality, excellent cuisine and stunning views. The resort is set among a lagoon and features six restaurants, private beaches, an Elixir Spa with indoor pool, 60 private pools, an outdoor Olympic-size seawater pool, and children's facilities. Amirandes has a range of 212 guestrooms that have various features including private gyms, home cinema and state-of-the-art bathrooms with colour-therapy and aromatherapy Jacuzzi bathtubs. The staff are second-to-none, always upholding the meticulous attention to detail and utmost respect for guest privacy.

Feb 03, 20

France is a brilliant holiday destination because it has something for everyone. From stunning mountains to Mediterranean beaches, plus heaps of culture and art. And did we mention the food? The varied French landscape beckons you outdoors, so fill a baguette with some great cheese and get into nature and explore! Today Netferry the French Alps as both a summer and winter destination. 

The French Alps in the summer 

Feb 03, 20

Food is one of the best reasons to visit somewhere new and it's impossible to understand a culture without tasting the foods from each region. Food and wine are always inextricably linked to the landscape and this is evident in Spain. Let Netferry give you a break down of the foods from each part of Spain. 

Norwest Spain

Feb 03, 20

Netferry advises you not to miss a fantastic city, after visiting Scotland's famous  lakes and mountains: the wonderful and fascinating Edinburgh. Let's start to discover what not to miss and the best places to sleep in this city!

Edinburgh: The Gothic Capital of Scotland

Feb 03, 20

National Parks

Taking a walk around a national park benefits both your body and mind and improves well being. Not only can it build muscles and help you lose weight, but it can also enhance creativity and control stress and anxiety, so get out into Estonia's National Parks and explore!  

Feb 03, 20

Algeria is the largest country on the African continent and has a brilliantly varied physical and cultural landscape for travellers to explore.  The north of Algeria is mountainous and then the Meditteranean coastline is characterized by charming, historic cities such as Algiers and Constantine.  

Algeria is great for travellers who aren’t afraid to get off the beaten track and there are plenty of ruins and ancient archaeological sites to visit that are free of other tourists. Djemila and Timgad feature some of the best Roman sites in existence and they include fascinating, vast and perfectly preserved Roman towns. You can stroll around in complete peace and take some stunning sunset photographs of these magnificent ruins, that don't feature hundreds of other people!

Feb 03, 20

The Netferry features many ferries to Tunisia from mainland Europe, especially Italy. There are connections from Genoa, in the north of Italy, from Civitavecchia, just north of Rome, and Salerno, south of Naples and Palermo in Sicily. Tunisia is a great holiday destination because it combines beautiful Mediterranean atmosphere with that of North Africa. The landscapes in Tunisia are varied, from the stunning coastline to the lush inland vegetation to the dessert, as the edge of the Sahara is within touching distance. Because the country isn't huge, travellers can experience so much in Tunisia and get a feel for the culture here. 

Tunis, the capital 

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