Edinburgh day trips: make the most of Scotland

by Ellen Curham Edinburgh is home to magnificent castles, rolling hills, a world-class comedy festival, bustling nightlife, and, of course, Harry Potter. It’s easy to fall in love with the UK’s most charming capital and not want to leave. However,...

Brussels in 24 hours

by Luc O Cinnseala Whether you’re Interrailing in Western Europe or simply looking for a weekend city break, there are thousands of reasons to visit Brussels. Chips, chocolate, waffles and beer are just four of them and you...

Offbeat Stockholm: Doing it differently in Scandinavia

by Ellen Curham Just being in Scandinavia feels pretty cool. After all, it’s a region that prides itself on contemporary design, liberal social policies, breath-taking landscapes, suspenseful thrillers, easy-on-the-ear pop and an achingly beautiful population. Stockholm is the epicentre of...

24 hours in London

Guest blogger Anita Dykstra is a travel writer from New Zealand. You can read her great blog on her website. London is a city of diversity, interesting history and a rapidly rising nightlife. With so many cultures...

Pre-Brexit breaks in the UK

by Ellen Curham ‘Brexit’ has been the world on everyone’s lips lately since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union. Who knows what will happen with borders in the coming months but if you’ve always wanted to explore more of...

How to survive Paris in peak season

by Luc O Cinnseala Known worldwide for its grand boulevards, fascinating history and endless tourist attractions, Paris is a perfect destination for city lovers. Visiting Paris in its peak months of June to August comes with the usual problems that...
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