AnastasiaDate Recommends its Top 7 Destinations for a Late Summer Wedding in Europe to Inspire Members to Take the Plunge in 2021 – Press Release

Noble Horvath

AnastasiaDate has announced its list of top seven destinations for a late summer wedding in Europe for 2021.

AnastasiaDate, the leading dating platform for singles seeking European matches, has shared valuable recommendations to inspire those planning a beautiful wedding in Europe. The popular dating platform has announced its top seven European wedding destinations perfect for when places get quieter during late summer in 2021.

Although the global health crisis has made travel and weddings difficult this year, it should be easier to plan weddings in 2021 especially in the more peaceful period of late summer. AnastasiaDate is a reputed dating platform committed to bringing couples together and makes effort in generating the best recommendations for valued members.

The seven best European wedding destinations are sure to create truly stunning memories for couples who take the plunge. There are some fabulous venues in eastern and southern Europe where happy couples can

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Does Covid-19 spell the end of the European party vacation?

Noble Horvath

Hundreds of sweaty clubbers are crammed onto at the Glitterbox dance floor, soaking up the grooves as one of Ibiza’s biggest party nights gets into full swing.



a group of people posing for a photo in front of a crowd: IBIZA, SPAIN - AUGUST 21: People dance at Privilege Club in Sant Rafael, on August 21, 2013 near Ibiza, Spain. The small island of Ibiza lies within the Balearics islands, off the coast of Spain. For many years Ibiza has had a reputation as a party destination. Each year thousands of young people gather to enjoy not only the hot weather and the beaches but also the array of clubs with international DJ's playing to vast audiences. Ibiza has also gained a reputation for drugs and concerns are now growing that the taking and trafficking of drugs is spiralling out of control. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)


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IBIZA, SPAIN – AUGUST 21: People dance at Privilege Club in Sant Rafael, on August 21, 2013 near Ibiza, Spain. The small island of Ibiza lies within the Balearics islands, off the coast of Spain. For many years Ibiza has had a reputation as a party destination. Each year thousands of young people gather to enjoy not only the hot weather and the beaches but also the array of clubs with international DJ’s playing to vast audiences. Ibiza has also gained a reputation for drugs and concerns are now growing that the taking and trafficking of drugs is spiralling out of control. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)



a sign above a door: Officials in the Balearics are keen to emphasize what the islands have to offer beyond the nightlife.


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Officials in the Balearics are keen to emphasize

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Lesser-Known Destinations In Europe That Will Definitely Make A Memorable Trip > CEOWORLD magazine

Noble Horvath

We associate European vacations with costly excursions to Barcelona, London, or Paris. But the real globetrotters know that a great vacation doesn’t have to burn a hole in your pocket.

The masses have been to the most popular vacation destinations. But a shoestring budget makes you do research. This research yields various options that are lesser-known. These lesser-known destinations attract fewer crowds and assure you a laid-back vacation.

Here is our list of cheap European vacations:

  1. Porto, Portugal
    Usually, food, lodging, and drinks take up a significant part of a vacation budget. But that’s just not the case with Porto. Accommodations near the Old Town are even cheaper.
    Porto has many churches. The most famous of them is the Igreja de São Francisco. You must check out the splendid views of the city from the top of the Clerigos Tower. The Dom Luis Bridge is another must-visit.
    The best seafood
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The best options for a family escape in 2020

Noble Horvath

Missed out on a family holiday this year? You couldn’t make the most of the lockdown sunshine; your summer trip to the Med was cancelled; your staycation break was blown away by the August gales. Now schools are back, so you have one last chance for a rewarding trip for all – the autumn half term. 

At the best of times you have to be selective about your destination – late October is a tricky time weather-wise. And the current Covid world of quarantine and cancellations and the unpredictability of the “air corridor” arrangements is going to make things even more complicated. You are going to have to tread very carefully and be prepared for last-minute changes. But don’t give up.

We’ve put together a guide to help you navigate the uncertainties and maximise your chances of getting away –whether you’re determined to find sunshine or just want a

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