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About Denmark

The Kingdom of Denmark, consisting of mainland Denmark, the Faroe Islands, and Greenland, is best remembered by historians for its status as the one-time home of Scandinavia’s Vikings (going as far back as the 8th century AD). The word ‘Denmark’ dates back to the Viking age and is carved on the famous Jelling Stone from […]

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Vilaflor

With exceptional natural values, it is the municipality of greatest altitude in Tenerife and in Spain. The dwellers enjoy the abundant waters of exquisite quality that cascade down from the summits. There are several streams that spring from the neighbouring high sierras, these waters unfortunately cannot be well taken advantage of due to the sharp […]

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La Laguna

The present day San Cristóbal de La Laguna is a budding municipality, notable for its university and academic projection. The intimacy of its plazas, the palm trees bordering its walks, the lagoon plains, the cold climate and the bustling heat of the student environment are characteristic.The active working population is employed mostly in the services […]

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La Orotava

This is the municipality with the largest surface area on the Island, since it is home to most of the Teide National Park, considered a unique natural space in Spain, opening into the sea, through the valley of the same name. The main economic activity is agriculture, employing a fifth of the active population, with […]

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Las America’s

Playa de Las Americas Beach is a tourist Mecca built at the end of the 1960’s. It is adjacent to Los Christianos and the Adeje Coast locally know as Costa Adeje. Virtually free from the Canarian culture, it is a place where many people from northern Europe frequent throughout the year (higher in winter) due […]

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Teide

A lot has been written about Teide and it could not be otherwise, because there are sufficient reasons to support this statement. This is not just any volcano, if we take into consideration that Teide and Las Cañadas are more than 100 000 years old. However, the attractions of its solid structure began to multiply […]

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Los Gigantes

The name suits to a tee, because this is a cliff with challenging rocky walls climbing steeply with the same beauty as they penetrate into the bottom of the ocean plunging in the heart of the deep like stakes that have been solidified over the years.This unequal rocky wall is from 500 to 800 meters […]

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Puerto de la Cruz

Located on the opposite coast of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, its agreeable climate year round, together with the great variety and striking beauty of its coastal and agricultural landscapes, have made it one of the most important tourist centres on the island and of all Spain, even though it is the municipality of less surface […]

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Santa Cruz

This town is a part of the province with the same name and is also considered as the capital of the Island and the Autonomous Community of the Canary Isles, an honor it shares with Las Palmas of Grand Canary.It is located on the northeast part of the Island of Tenerife in an area washed […]

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About Switzerland

This mountainous nation (where much of the Alps are located) has a history that goes as far back as the Romans, when they occupied the country from 200 BC to 400 AD. The original name of the country (Helvetia) got its original name from the Celtic tribe that lived in the country, and were defeated […]