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  1. Hendren Global Group Europe’s hottest destinations for 2013

  2. Visit us at: Looking forward to another great year this 2013? Are you already planning where to go and visit next? Travel can be fascinating. In fact, backpacking captures the essence of youth- freedom, independence, responsibility, adventure, and understanding. As the mind begins to contemplate the world we live in from the perspective of a wide-eyed young adult, travel pierces the heart and mind to awaken what is inside, challenge, and teach us. Europe… – An evocative name, but also the name of a continent that many people don´t know very well. We offer you the chance to discover Europe for yourself. Whether you are looking for a place to party or just a visit to a historically rich culture those suites your needs and all at your own pace then put Europe on top of your to-visit list.

  3. Here are some places you can choose from or you can visit them all. Liverpool, EnglandLiverpool is already famous for its football club because of the two premiership teams, Liverpool and Everton. Their stadiums are situated at either end of Stanley Park. But there is more too this place and if you do not know this you might be missing out fun. You might want to visit this August, more especially if you are a Beatle’s fan. The Fab Four was formed in 1960 and they just celebrated their 50th anniversary but the fan doesn't end there because Liverpudlians are looking forward to another installment of International Beatle Week in August in honor of their music and lives as one of the most influential pop groups of all time. The number of galleries and museums than any other city outside of London can be found here in Liverpool with the best bit with which the entry to most of them is FREE! Liverpool has more galleries and museums than any other city outside of London and with exhibitions changing all of the time; no two visits are likely to be the same. Rain or shine, young or old, it is definitely worth visiting one of Liverpool’s museums.

  4. The festivities will carry on at the freshly minted Museum of Liverpool, where a new theater that will open early this early will host music and drama events next to insightful exhibitions and film screenings. And the best part of this is many of them free. Boasts acres of beautiful parkland and some of the best are within close proximity of the holiday house. If you enjoy swimming, then a visit to the Liverpool Aquatics Centre is a must. This £17 million state of the art swimming complex opened in 2008 and consists of a 20m and a 50m pool. The 50m pool is two pools in one; at certain times of the day it is sectioned into lanes for the more serious swimmers, then at other times it is split into two 25m pools, one of which has a movable floor where the depth can be varied depending upon the activity taking place. Following on from the success of the big wheel at Liverpool One’s Chavasse Park in 2009, a 60-metre high wheel is located outside the Echo Arena in the Kings Dock. The 42 capsules provide amazing views of the city of Liverpool, its historic waterfront and the Welsh Hills beyond.

  5. At the top end of Liverpool city center, the fascinating Williamson tunnel with its enthralling maze and passageways built here beneath Edge Hill. Tunnels have excavated a section of the maze and this is open to the public to tour. Tours take place from the Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre, The Old Stableyard, Smithdown Lane, Liverpool, L7 3EE.Located on Crosby beach to the north of Liverpool city center, is Antony Gormley’s modern sculpture Another Place. It consists of 100 cast iron models of the artist’s own body, spread across almost 2 miles of beach between Waterloo and Blundellsands. Depending upon the height of the tide, the figures become submerged in the water providing a spectacular if not somewhat eerie view. There is also marina with a cafe and children’s play area. More articles here: