Tips and Ideas
The modern day culture of Romania is an interesting blend of the age-old conservative rural customs and traditional values injected now with the newer liberal ideas and thinking, inclusive of the ever expanding gay and lesbian population. However, it wasn’t until recently that this was the case. As Romania drew nearer to… read full article
From being the legendary birthplace of Christianity in Spain to being the largest city in the North of Spain to be controlled by the Arabs, an independent Muslim Taifa kingdom and the capital of the Aragonese Kingdom, Zarazoga
Winter may not be behind us just yet, but with springtime just around the corner why not look at Zagreb in Croatia as your next spring beak holiday destination. The weather to say the least will be simply divine.
There are numerous cities that lay claim to the best drink and nightlife in Poland, but when it comes to the best pubs in the country, you’ll quickly discover that you never need to leave Warsaw in order to have a great time. Despite the fact that… read full article
Piazzale Michelangelo has the views of Florence and beyond. All you have to do is turn around once you walk the hike up through San Niccolo, up further as you start to get your camera out to take your first picture… read full article
Single? Married but not ready to engage in popping out sprogs?
Went to Greece last year but got absolutely fed up with the sheer number of raucous offspring hopping all over the place, urinating in the swimming pool and making a tower… read full article
Sports cars enjoy a tremendous appeal. The name of Ferrari has been synonymous with the term ‘sports car’ ever since Enzo Ferrari established his firm Scuderia Ferrari in 1929 in the small town of Maranello which is located in the region of Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy.
Enzo… read full article
This tradition of eating every last bit of meat in the house before the arrival of Lent has long changed from an evening of gastronomical celebration to a much longer gala that allows for any flight of imagination to be translated into a most colorful reality. Almost every town… read full article
Carnival comes from the Latin carnem levare which literally translates into taking away the meat. This is what the carnival was originally meant to be – a splendid pre-lent feast, a last night of indulgence before the period of penance begins. Today’s carnival is, however, a much grander event spanning several days… read full article
If you are planning a Euro Trip, or even just a multi-city adventure, these are your most efficient options for getting there at the last minute…
When planning out your trip to Europe, carefully consider your options. Your travel arrangements will most certainly be effected by one of the… read full article
1. The City itself
Yes, it lacks Manhattan-style skyscrapers (with the exception of a few weedy blocks at Canary Wharf), has a ridiculously over-crowded infrastructure, and features the international embarrassment called Heathrow Airport, but it’s a still a wonderful city with millions of things… read full article
From the snow-capped majesty of Sierra Nevada’s mountains to the cool pristine waters of the Mediterranean, via the desert sands of Tabernas, Andalusia offers the traveller an extraordinary diversity of spectacular landscapes. And if you’re pressed for time here’s how you can experience all the best that nature… read full article
It is still winter in Berlin and there is less daylight to keep a traveler warm and active, so I can recommend an interesting twilight anecdote.
Wrap your scarf tight, pull on some warm, water proof shoes, grab a map and take a walk… read full article
If you happen to visit Malta for a winter weekend getaway, you will be fascinated by the island’s striking wild seascapes and mild weather.
Renowned Maltese hospitality will make your stay even warmer, though the island is at its best during the summer months. Known as the pearl of… read full article
Lisbon is the capital city of Portugal and according to the travel experts of the Gay and Lesbian Community, “it’s come a long way, baby.”
As Europe’s long-time travel destination underdog it has had to reinvent itself from disasters of the past. Whether it is… read full article