The city of Brussels is over 1,000 years old (founded in 979 AD) and is Belgium’s capital city as well as the capital city of the European Union (EU) and serves as the economic and political administrative center for the European continent.
However, it is most renowned from a tourism aspect for the arts, cuisine, culture, and history. read full article
Continuing with my outdoor theme this week, I thought I’d seek out some bars in London with fabulous views.
They make having an after work drink so much more fun, read full article
Menorca is the quietest of the Balearic Islands, although still geared mainly towards tourism. While the clubbers and cheap package tourists tend to stick to Ibiza and Majorca,
Menorca attracts more families and relaxed read full article
With it’s white sand, million dollar views, clean water and unbelievable African sunset, Cape Town has some of the beautiful beaches on the planet.
The city is unique in having two oceans – the warm Indian Ocean and the cold Atlantic which meet at the spectacular Cape Point. read full article
Part of the archipelago of the Balearic Islands situated of the eastern coast of Spain and the country’s largest island is the island of Majorca.
Munich has long enjoyed an enviable reputation in the German speaking world as one of the most attractive cities in Europe,
making it popular as a place to visit and, for many people, read full article
Since the Ibiza nightlife is nothing if not extensive, this will have to be a brief overview bringing you the highlights in no particular order and skimming over
the countless, and often nameless, clubs and bars that regularly spring up before disappearing again the next week. read full article
Malls are something more than a cultural phenomenon in Dubai – it could be said that the lifeblood of the city flows through them.
They’re more than places to just visit read full article
Riga has come into its own as a destination of choice for people
taking weekend breaks from Western Europe or using the city as a base for further exploration of the Baltic States. read full article
London’s Stepney Green isn’t known for it’s boutique hotels.
They’re all over the other side of London in Kensington. read full article
Theatre has a long, grand and sometimes grisly history in Rome.
It is a history that reaches from the gladiatorial contests and Christian massacres of ancient times, read full article
outh Africa, as I’m sure everyone is aware by now, is hosting this summer’s football FIFA World Cup.
Although the global financial conditions and the high price of flights to South Africa mean read full article
Various types of beer have been made in Belgium for centuries, so they have had plenty of time to perfect the different production methods. Today the brewing of beer is still very regional
reflecting the role that rural monasteries played in developing read full article
During the gray days of March there is nothing that brings more joy than the thought of Spring.
This year, from April 20 – 24, San Francisco’s De Young Museum will be welcoming read full article