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Carpatair Destinations: Ancona, discover the Adriatic Coast ! Part 1

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Today, we continue to publish the presentation of some Carpatair destinations and we will focus on a lesser visited city of Ancona. Ancona is probably not on the usual tourist trail, but I hope you will disover some interesting spots which are worth discovering !

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Carpatair Destinations: Stuttgart, The Vibrating City of South-Western Germany. Part 2

Views of Germany: baroque architecture in Stuttgart

We continue today with the second part of the article provided by Carpatair Magazine about Stuttgart. Unfortunately, I’ve never visited Stuttgart, I just passed through its railway station by train on the way to Munich, but after reading this article, I think I should go there soon… Maybe, invited by Carpatair :)

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Carpatair Destinations: Stuttgart, The Vibrating City of South-Western Germany. Part 1

City of Stuttgart, Germany

We continue today the journey through Carpatair destinations. The today’s post is about Stuttgart, the capital of the German automotive industry, known by some as the Mercedestadt ). However, there are so many other sights you can enjoy in Stuttgart, so, I hope this article will raise your interest to visit this German city ! 

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Carpatair Destinations: Verona in Love – ” Un cuore da scoprire”. Part 2

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We continue today with the most interesting sights of Verona in partnership with the Romanian regional airline, Carpatair. Enjoy the reading and if you’ve been there and you have some tips and advices to share, I would be grateful :)

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Carpatair Destinations: Verona in Love – ” Un cuore da scoprire”. Part 1

Sights of Italy: Juliet's statue from Verona

Starting today, I will start presenting you some of the destinations operated by Carpatair, a Romanian regional airline with the hub in the wonderful city of Timisoara. We will start with an article about Verona, one of the nicest towns of Northern Italy, better known as the city of Romeo and Juliet, made famous by Will Shakespeare (or whoever was behind him, if we would believe some recent books and movies). I’ve been to Verona twice – in 1994, during my first trip to Italy and in 1997, however Carpatair folks were there even more recently, so, I will publish an excellent article providing tips on what to see… beyond Romeo and Juliet.

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