Tips and Ideas
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
A walking tour is the ultimate way to get to know a new city. If you don’t have much time then it can provide you with the perfect opportunity to see the best bits, whilst allowing you to take in everything that you would miss from inside a car.
London has more than many countries and some continents have to offer for gay visitors. The scene is diverse, vibrant and spread throughout the city. Based primarily in bars and clubs there are a variety of venues on offer, from cafes and restaurants, shops and… read full article
I have managed to avoid the Louvre all my life, despite having spent a lot of time in Paris. I am not an art person, I like a nice picture as much as the next man, but discuss its meaning, texture and density.. em no thanks.
If you go on holiday to Madrid, Spain it’s quite likely that you’ll need to take a taxi at some point during your stay. Here is some information on costs, techniques and what to do if you get ripped off.
1. The first thing to know… read full article
Dreaming of a honeymoon in Scandinavia or a kiss-filled weekend with your loved one? Here are four romantic things to do when you make Copenhagen, Denmark your romantic getaway destination.
1. Romantic Castle Excursion
Top on the list of romantic activities for you and your special someone… read full article
Many of London’s most iconic buildings have a real wow factor when viewed close up. But it’s also great view from afar and from up high.
London, UK is not a city of sky scrapers. It’s mostly quite low rise. The majority of the city… read full article
Looking for a travel destination where you can find accessible accommodations, facilities and transports allowing wheelchair travelers and visitors with mobility impairment to enjoy a fantastic holiday with no particular barriers or problems?
Valencia, Spain is certainly one the best accessible destinations in Europe. The third… read full article
Cairo has, for ages, been a tourist destination. The Greeks and the Romans visited and the Europeans descended upon Cairo in hordes. They still do.
The usual tourist itinerary through the ancient city will take travelers to the Pyramids and the Sphinx, and will no doubt… read full article
Andalusia is bathed in the sun’s rays for three thousand hours every year. And in the summer, it’s hot, incredibly hot, every day’s a scorcher.
In fact it’s so hot that several areas in the region have each earned the nickname of ‘the frying pan… read full article
When fashion was born, it was with the intention of catering to the individual fashionista’s needs. In today’s culture of disposable, idolatry trends, Chelsea, London remains faithful to the boutique trademark that put it on the style map.
One may not be so likely to… read full article
Charing Cross is a strange meeting place. It’s very much a no man’s land of London. But with its central location and busy station it often seems like the perfect place to meet-up.
Until you realise that actually, without venturing into Soho or… read full article
One tends to get so busy packing, booking and arranging for stay that the specific climate of the place is usually forgotten and you tend to end up carrying the wrong things.
Read a few helpful hints before you start packing for different climates.
Greenwich is a curious little place. Seemingly a million miles away from central London, it’s actually only 20 minutes by train from London Charing Cross station. Here you’ll find perfect little boutiques, markets and independent food shops all clammering to get your attention. Greenwich somehow never loses the charm of a… read full article