Top five Monday
If there’s anything more an iconic symbol for London than Big Ben or the London Eye, then it must be the traditional English pub and London is full of them, dating from pre-Victorian times to just about five minutes ago.
However, with a city rich in history and as changeable as fashion on Oxford Street, let’s stick with five of the most historic pubs in London: read full article
Spending time in Ibiza certainly gets the blood pumping. For dance music lovers, this is not bad thing. Wherever you go in Ibiza you can hear electronic music being played, 24 hours a day. From blissed out Balearic beats, to pumping house in the bars and big room trance in the nightclubs, you’re never far away from a toe-tapping moment.
Museum visits should not be redundant visions of the same collections. Especially on a holiday, it’s good to keep things light and mix things up.
The great thing about Brussels is that read full article
If you’ve ever wanted to go to Berlin, and wandered what the best times to visit this beautiful city, we’ve compiled a list (worst-to-best) that can help you decide.
The capital and largest Norwegian city is Oslo as well as being the 3rd largest of all the cities in Scandinavia.
Copenhagen may lack the instantly recognisable iconic sights that define so many global cities, but this is not necessarily a bad thing.
Visitors to many countries nowadays spend their time traipsing from one photo opportunity to another and leave little time to get to know the feel of the city around them. This is not the case in Copenhagen. read full article
In terms of largest freshwater and natural (not manmade) lakes of a continent, and in terms of volume, all other European lakes pale in comparison to Lake Geneva in Switzerland.
Additionally, there are not many winter ski read full article
The most populous city in Spain is Barcelona.
No holiday or vacation to the country is complete without seeing this city. Whether it is the cuisine, the museums, read full article
5. Swiss Army Maverick II Dual Time Watch
Got family or friends to stay in contact with but also got to keep time in your current location on holiday?
This watch includes a small second watch on the face for the second time zone read full article
Westwood is one of LA’s prettiest neighborhoods. It’s home to the famous UCLA,
and it hosts a number of trendy shops and great restaurants on its walkable streets (a rarity in Los Angeles!). read full article
When people picture Los Angeles, CA, museums may be the last thing to come to mind.
Although there are beaches and premieres galore, Los Angeles still offers come beautiful cultural pursuits. Here are five of LA’s top must see museums. read full article
The exciting Chinese city of Shanghai is fast becoming an important global financial center.
However, aside from its serious business side, this exciting metropolis is widely considered to be ‘the capital of cool’ of the People’s Republic of China as it is the city from which fashion and lifestyle trends radiate throughout the country. read full article
The south-eastern Italian region of Apulia is often called the ‘heel of Italy’, in reference to the country’s boot-like shape.
The busy port of Bari is the area’s capital and Italy’s second largest southern city, after Naples. read full article
Kraków is one of the largest cities in Poland with a population of over 750,000 thousand Cracovians. The city is located on the banks of the beautiful Vistula River in the south of Poland. Although the city is no longer the official capital, it’s still known as Poland’s royal capital.
Carcassonne is located in France’s Aude département and is a beautifully walled city. Its gleaming walls and pointed towers take you back to medieval times of knights in their shining armor.
Technically, the city of Carcassonne is divided into two cities with the ville basse (lower city) being the larger of the two. read full article