City breaks are the best way to explore the culture of somewhere in a relatively short space of time. Europe has an endless amount of beautiful, fascinating cities. If you’re ready to book a European city break, it can be tricky to decide where to go, so hopefully our guide to some of the best city breaks in this colorful continent will help you choose your next destination.
And by greener, we don’t mean digging out your green St. Paddy’s costumes from earlier this year. We mean green in terms of sustainability and eco-friendly. Sustainable travel is all about making simple choices to minimize your negative impact on a destination you’re visiting, you’ll be surprised at how easy it is to contribute to the environment in a positive way.
Home to picturesque sandy beaches, incredible street food and intricately built monuments, it’s no wonder that Thailand is Asia’s primary travel destination. Whether you want to explore its rich cultural heritage or enjoy the nightly parties, Thailand has got something for just about anyone.
A major part of trip planning is the accommodation. Hotels and hostels have been the go-to option forever across the globe, but in recent years AirBnB is getting increasingly popular.
Whether you’re travelling by car, train or plane, it can be a worry planning any journey with young children.
New York is a captivating, magical city. It can be a little bonkers and too fast for some, but its ability to wow and amaze us is undeniable. I am fortunate enough to have visited once and I will definitely be going back to explore it even more. But here are 9 things that must be done in New York.
Today is the day where we celebrate all things Irish – St. Patrick’s Day! So dig out something green to wear and get yourself a pint of Guinness from your nearest pub. Although from experience, there’s only one place that you can enjoy a real pint of the Irish stout… Dublin, Ireland’s capital. Visiting the Guinness Factory is one of the many great things you can enjoy in this city.
With endless attractions and bars, it can get a little overwhelming when it comes to deciding on an itinerary. But don’t worry – we’ve created a 3 day plan bursting with culture, beautiful sights and authentic local pubs for a merry Irish time.
After 11 months of having it booked, my friend Alex and I were finally in the magnificent city that is New York! It’s always been a dream of mine to go here, and it definitely gave me some experiences to learn from.
Today is St. David’s Day, where we celebrate the Saint of Wales. In its small mass of land, Wales bursts with physical beauty: ragged coastlines, mountain ranges, old-fashioned market towns and ancient castles.
To mark the special occasion of St. David’s Day, we have created this article to help those of you considering visiting Wales on the best parts you should go to.
With National Volunteer Day being last week, we were inspired to create an article based on the reasons why we believe it is important for everyone to incorporate volunteering and helping others into their traveling experiences at least once.