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Five Ways to Add a Bit of Royal Windsor To Your London Holiday

Five Ways to Add a Bit of Royal Windsor To Your London Holiday

Have a Royal Windsor experience this summer The official Diamond Jubilee celebrations may have passed, but the Queen is still enjoying her Jubilee year making 2012 the perfect time to enjoy a royal-themed holiday. Windsor, with its famous castle and long royal associations, has plenty to entertain fans of Great Britain’s best-known family. Here’s how […]

July 10, 2012 | By | Reply More
Where Europe Goes To Party – Majorca Clubs And Music Festivals for 2012

Where Europe Goes To Party – Majorca Clubs And Music Festivals for 2012

Clubbing and Music Festivals in Majorca For Summer 2012 You might think that Majorca clubbing holidays are only for people who like dance or house music – well, I can prove you wrong. This small Balearic Island has more than one type of club, with many different tastes catered for and some great pop-up festivals […]

July 9, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
A Single Traveler’s Guide To Paris

A Single Traveler’s Guide To Paris

The Singles Guide to Surviving Paris, the City of Love It always struck me as particularly one-sided to regard Paris as the domain of lovers, as little more than a love nest with a big tower and lights.  Paris may be the ultimate honeymoon destination, but it is also a haven for singles interested in […]

July 2, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
Urban Jungle Adventures – 5 Sizzling City Break Destinations

Urban Jungle Adventures – 5 Sizzling City Break Destinations

Consider a city break this year to make your summer vacation sizzle with exciting activities. Most people travel in summer to get away from it all. They want to be close to nature, by the ocean, or in the mountains, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and modern communications. But while city […]

June 26, 2012 | By | Reply More
An Unexpected Passion For London Musicals

An Unexpected Passion For London Musicals

I’d always been told that a visit to London isn’t complete without seeing a show. I couldn’t understand why so many friends were so keen on “theatre shows”, by which they meant, musicals. I always thought they weren’t for me. That has all changed. The drama snob My idea of an exciting theatre trip had […]

June 14, 2012 | By | Reply More
Guide To The Many Charms of Leeds England

Guide To The Many Charms of Leeds England

Let us guide you to Leeds, a lovely community in West Yorkshire, a full 200 miles north of London and about 40 miles northeast of Manchester. Historically, Leeds was a market town that emerged as one of the centers for the wool trade, and you’ll find tastes of culture and architecture from the Middle Ages […]

June 13, 2012 | By | Reply More
Cash Strapped in Bergen – A Budget Friendly Guide to Bergen

Cash Strapped in Bergen – A Budget Friendly Guide to Bergen

Cash Strapped in Bergen:  A guide to things to do on a budget in the “Gateway to the Fjords” One of Norway’s most charming cities, Bergen, is a place for hikers, history buffs, gastronomes and jazz lovers. Surrounded by the Seven Mountains, the city provides an easy escape in places like Ulriken (the highest nearby […]

June 6, 2012 | By | Reply More
Essential Guide To The Best Paris Wine Bars

Essential Guide To The Best Paris Wine Bars

5 Top Wine Bars of Paris Paris is a great hub for a range of clubs and bars. Many Parisians visit local bars and cafes to meet their friends and enjoy the city nightlife. Most of the city monuments and roads remain illuminated throughout the night and many tourists prefer to take part in midnight […]

May 31, 2012 | By | Reply More
Berlin’s Extraordinary, Ever-Changing Art Scene

Berlin’s Extraordinary, Ever-Changing Art Scene

The Berlin Art Scene has been a revelation in recent years as the place to be to find the most ground-breaking artists and galleries exhibiting their work in many of the city’s districts. Things are changing slowly but surely however, with the once funkier, run-down districts being gentrified and forcing the galleries that made them […]

May 29, 2012 | By | Reply More
5 of the World’s Best Train Trips

5 of the World’s Best Train Trips

Its official: the train is still the most romantic and glamorous way to travel. Whatever the destination, going by train makes your holiday all about the journey – below, we list 5 of the world’s best train trips with the most spectacular rail lines in the world. Want to take an epic train journey? Win […]

May 9, 2012 | By | Reply More
Munch Your Way Through Florence – Gourmet Food Tours in Tuscany

Munch Your Way Through Florence – Gourmet Food Tours in Tuscany

Come meander through Florence and experience the many gourmet food tours in Tuscany! Italian cuisine is renowned worldwide for its delicious cooking styles and amazing recipes, and it is nowadays being served in some of the most sought after and famous restaurants in the world. Little did we know that this traditional cooking style stems […]

May 8, 2012 | By | Reply More
England’s Popular Train Journeys – Explore Britain By Rail

England’s Popular Train Journeys – Explore Britain By Rail

Travelling throughout Britain is getting harder and more expensive with rising fuel costs and busy motorways, but there is a much easier way to travel – by Britain’s extensive train service.  Travelling in this way can mean increased comfort and the whole family will be less stressed.  There is no shortage of places served by […]

May 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
Amsterdam Slams a Ban on Tourists – No Pot For You!

Amsterdam Slams a Ban on Tourists – No Pot For You!

Say it ain’t so.  The Netherlands who have led the way in tolerance for drug use in public places have taken the first step toward curbing the ever-growing pilgrimage of (young) travelers to the infamous ‘coffee shops’ of Amsterdam. A judge today upheld the government’s plan to restrict the purchase of marijuana to residents only.  […]

April 27, 2012 | By | Reply More
Where is Malta?  Right Where History Meets The Mediterranean Sea

Where is Malta? Right Where History Meets The Mediterranean Sea

For everyone wondering where Malta is, here’s a rundown of the charms and attractions of this fascinating country.  Malta is a small island country in the Mediterranean Sea, near the Italian island of Sicily. It’s actually an archipelago, though only three of the islands are inhabited. This beautiful area is best known for having some […]

April 27, 2012 | By | Reply More
Tours Inspired By Your Favorite TV Shows

Tours Inspired By Your Favorite TV Shows

Have you ever watched an episode of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and wished you were sitting in that red Camaro riding along with Guy Fieri, nibbling and chatting your way down the road?  Or perhaps you’ve  watched a PBS special and fantasized about exploring a wilderness region with the host.  Well perk up….  there’s a […]

April 25, 2012 | By | Reply More
Touring Berlin Off The Beaten Path

Touring Berlin Off The Beaten Path

Berlin has a lot to offer visitors, but the more famous attractions – the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, and TV tower – tend to get overrun with tourists. Here are five off-the-beaten path ideas, each speaking to different times from Berlin’s rich history. Charlottenburg Palace Built in the 17th Century, Charlottenburg Palace stands as a […]

April 24, 2012 | By | Reply More
London Guide – How To Visit London On The Cheap

London Guide – How To Visit London On The Cheap

Our London Guide is all about keeping money in your pocket and helping your enjoy this intriguing city while doing London On The Cheap. People often think of a London vacation as a trip that requires a lot of money, but a successful trip to London can actually be had on a shoestring budget. London […]

April 23, 2012 | By | Reply More
Grab Your Camera, It’s Festival Time in Tuscany!

Grab Your Camera, It’s Festival Time in Tuscany!

Tuscany is home to some of the most famous tourist destinations in Italy, a place where extensive culture and indulgent relaxation go hand in hand. The cities of Florence, Pisa and Siena are well-trodden by tourists keen to see sights such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Uffizi museum and Michelangelo’s ‘David’. Also popular […]

April 4, 2012 | By | Reply More
Guide To The Many Wonders of Lake Bled Slovenia

Guide To The Many Wonders of Lake Bled Slovenia

Slovenia in central Europe is a spectacular country. With beaches, historic towns, cultural cities, vast national parks, and huge mountains, it can be hard to know where to begin! The country’s capital, Ljubljana, is a great starting place to explore the area around Bled. Thanks to it’s location between Italy, Austria, Croatia, and Hungary, Slovenia […]

April 3, 2012 | By | 1 Reply More
Flashpacking,The Newest Trend In Budget Travel

Flashpacking,The Newest Trend In Budget Travel

Are You A Flashpacker? Flashpacking is the latest travel trend for young (or young-at-heart) savvy travelers. In fact there’s actually a good chance you could be a flashpacker without even realizing it. If you travel with your iPod, digital camera, laptop, iPad, iPhone, Blackberry or any other bulk of technology, and use those devices to […]

March 21, 2012 | By | Reply More