By Audlem Webteam - 29th March 2009 5:31pm
Those that like travelling to European cities may be interested in a new website created in Audlem but designed for an international readership. Travelsavvy Europe gives a summary and maps of what can be seen and enjoyed in fifty of Europe's top tourist destinations. It can viewed by clicking on www.travelsavvy-europe.com Simply click on any of the cities pictured to bring up more details.
Travelsavvy has also published more detailed guides to a selection of cities, which cover top sights; how to get there; get around; restaurants; bars & cafes; nightlife; shopping and comprehensive hotel guides and much more. So far guides to the following cities are available:
Other cities will be added in the future from the fifty featured on the Europe site. Links to the eight more detailed city guides are found at the bottom of the Europe site's homepage.
Audlem Online does have to declare an interest — three members of the village webteam have designed and written the travel guides. We hope you find them of interest.
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