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Prague has recently become one of the best stag weekend locations in Europe. However, it’s not just the cheap beer and short flights that appeal to the travelling masses, as Prague also boasts a wide variety of activities to get involved in when celebrating your last… read full article
Spain has so much to offer in so many ways. You can lie on some of the best beaches in the world with some of the most perfect sunshine. You can wander around some of the coolest back streets with some of the coolest bars and you can… read full article
In 1814 Napoleon Bonaparte, perhaps the most famous leader of France, had been banished to house arrest on the island of Elba, close to his birthplace, Corsica.
By early March 1815 he had managed to escape the island and made it safely… read full article
The sweet thrills of riding a bike through a new city are immense- checking out the locals, seeing the side streets, going beyond the common tourist destinations, learning the lay of the land, the unexpected discoveries- all make biking the best way to really experience the city you’re in.
Though mega malls continue to sprout up like mushrooms in Rome scouring the street markets for deals still remains a favorite Roman past time.
Ah, yes. There’s nothing like spending a day shopping at the markets, scrounging for goodies that’ll cost you twice… read full article
London is, undoubtedly a contender for the best place to see art in the world. Granted, until recently, only a small proportion of the artists that make up the great collections are actually British, but this doesn’t stop the British being very proud of their cultural heritage and the… read full article
Planning a holiday in Bulgaria? Here are a few things you must know before your trip.
1. When to go?
The best time to plan your trip to Bulgaria is summer going into the autumn. This time of the year is ideal for hiking and… read full article
For architecture, design or art history buffs, Glasgow, Scotland is a required stop on any British travel itinerary. Once the second city of the British Empire, it features numerous attractions characterizing the Glasgow Style, Scotland’s contribution to Art Nouveau.
The Glasgow Style is often associated with… read full article
Any romantics out there who are looking for a great place to take their respective half should look no further than the Hungarian capital Budapest.
Unlike Prague, another recently popular central European capital, Budapest has managed to avoid the beer-heavy stag parties and, for the most part… read full article
The bright red dome of Santa Maria del Fiore church (also known, simply, as “the Duomo”) is probably the most recognizable icon of Florence. Its majestic size symbolized a turning point for Renaissance architecture and is still revered to this day as one of the greatest feats of… read full article
Prague, Czech Republic has a long and fascinating Jewish history which can be discovered by spending an afternoon or a day exploring the Jewish Museum, which comprises a number of different sites in the Jewish Quarter.
This museum has one of the… read full article
Taking a taxi in Rome, let alone any foreign country is never as easy as it seems.
Throw in the language barrier and a conniving taxi driver into the mix, and you could very well start off on the wrong foot in the… read full article
While Stockholm Bondegatan area is home to many hot boutiques, including Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair and Grandpa, it is the vintage shops that originally made it a destination shopping area.
These stores offer a good selection for both men and women, including shoes and accessories, and many… read full article
The impression that immediately springs to mind at the thought of driving on the Spanish mainland is of reckless, testosterone fuelled, suntanned Hispanic males recklessly forcing your rented Fiat Cinquecento careering off a remote mountain road, into a dry riverbed 600 feet below.
OK! so maybe that’s a… read full article
Since my arrival in Turin, Italy three long months ago I’ve consumed countless bus tickets and twice as many hours on foot taking advantage of the cultural jewels this developing Italian city has to offer, yet the only museum whose entrance fee I’ve paid twice is the… read full article