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What are the advantages of choosing a seat when you fly?

We know that flying is just something you have to do to get to your destination, but why not travel more comfortably if you can? Read on and find out which are the best seats for your flight.

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Tram 28

One of the best ways for a quick and easy tour of the city of Lisbon is to hop on one of the trams.

The red trams with special services for tourists are much more expensive, but for just €1.50 you can hop on and off of the lovely old yellow trams with wooden seats and visit all the city’s unmissable spots.

The most famous of the trams is the number 28, which will whisk you away on an unforgettable tour of approximately one hour, passing the Sao Bento Palace, Sé Cathedral, Castelao Sao Jorge and through the most typical districts in the city: Estrela, Barrio Alto, Chiado, Baixa, Alfamya and Graca. The streets it runs through are sometimes very narrow leaving the driver, with the help of his passengers, to move some of the badly parked cars out of the tram’s path.

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Beer Garden Season

Beer is the most popular drink in the gastronomy of Munich and to sample it, you can take advantage of the dozens of Biergärten or beer gardensthat can be found all over the city, where, sharing huge tables in the sunshine, you can enjoy the cheerful Munich lifestyle, try out some Bavarian delicacies or even bring along your own food, but never the drinks!

The Munich biergarten season takes place between Spring and Autumn when the sunshine allows you to enjoy these traditional gardens as well as the many outdoor terraces that together offer in the region of 180,000 al fresco seats

Among the biggest venues are the 8,000 seater Hirschgarten, or 5,000 places at the Augustiner in Arnulf Street and the Paulaner in Nockherberg with space for 4,000.

Other notable meeting places include the biergarten in Viktualienmarkt Square, the one next to the Chinese Tower in the English Garden or the Waldwirtschaft, where jazz music livens up the atmosphere.


This biergarten overflows with tradition. With more than 5,000 seats under the shade of 100 magnificent chestnut trees, it guarantees the most authentic experience of them all. 45 of these trees are protected species and are duly numbered. The Augustiner-Keller itself appears as a beer store on a map of the City of Munich dated 1812. The cellar belongs to the oldest brewery in the city and is a perfect example of traditional Munich conviviality and its legendary hospitality.

Arnulfstraße 52 80335 Munich

Biergarten in the Viktualienmarkt Square

You can buy anything you feel like for your tea and eat it straightaway washed down with one of Munich’s famous brands of beer that take turns supplying this beer garden situated in the very heart of the Bavarian capital.

Viktualienmarkt 80331 Munich

Biergarten at the Chinese Tower

After a little sunbathing or having enjoyed a stroll around the English Garden, your visit to the park can be rounded off next to the Chinese Tower with “tea” accompanied by a fine beer in the shade of the chestnut trees. On Sundays the atmosphere is enhanced with live music from a wind band.
Englischer Garten 80538 Munich

Biergarten at the Staatliches Hofbräuhaus

The congenial Hofbräuhaus beer garden is a surprise, away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, where you can enjoy the world famous beer and culinary delights of Munich in a truly welcoming environment.

Platzl 9 80331 Munich

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7 tips to find cheap flights

We love flying and especially if we manage to find great deals! Frequent flyers probably already know some of the tricks to find the best prices, but if you don't fly all that often, here are a few useful tips to find cheap flights:

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