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The Amalfi Coast, the alternative way

Crystal clear waters, jaw dropping cliffs, spectacular scenery…the Amalfi Coast in Italy fits every holiday cliche you could imagine. Despite this, it really is stunning.

The real Los Angeles

The words ‘Los Angeles’ conjure up typical images; the Hollywood sign, the walk of fame and the Oscars, to name a few. LA and celebrity culture go hand in hand, but the city is so much more than this.

24 Hours In Cardiff

Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, is a relatively small city by UK standards. Despite it’s size, however, it is Wales’ cultural and political centre, with plenty of things for tourists to see and do. It is easily accessible with it’s own airport and rail links all across the country, so it’s a great place to visit for a short ...

Alternative European City Breaks

Weekend city breaks are a great way for tourists to experience some of Europe’s best destinations. There are many well trodden routes for this type of holiday - the historical buildings of Rome, the cobbled streets of Paris and the hip and trendy neighbourhoods of Berlin - but there are so many other places to visit that can give a real insight into a country and the people that populate it. Here are 5 great options for alternative European city breaks:

San Sebastián

This beachside city is known for it’s location as the starting point of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. It is a city surrounded by natural beauty, with ample opportunity for outdoor activities, such as surfing, hiking and cycling. It also has a thriving food scene; San Sebastián’s very own pintxos bars serving locally sourced food from the Basque Region. Combine tasting these with walking through the streets and visiting the numerous bars that make the place famous.


A great alternative to London, Liverpool is


Beaches and breakfast in Australia’s lesser known city: Perth

Tourists heading to Australia tend to flock towards it’s eastern coast. Famous cities such as Sydney and Brisbane are interspersed with world renowned beaches and beautiful coastline, natural attractions such as the Great Barrier Reef and Fraser Island drawing in the masses.

A food lover’s guide to London

London is a city full of famous sights. Wandering through London’s roundabout of streets, the monopoly board comes alive, historical sights such as Big Ben contrasting with new landmarks like the Shard. It is a city of history, culture and retail, but on top of this, it’s a food lover’s paradise. With the large number of food options available, it ...

Where to Travel this Easter

Easter falls relatively early this year, with Easter Sunday being celebrated on the 27th March. It’s a great time to travel, as flights and hotels are likely to be cheaper than they will be over the hectic summer period. Here’s a list of the best 5 places to travel for a relaxing Easter break.

5 ways to love Valentine’s Day (Single or Married)

Valentine’s Day can be a day of high emotional impact. People bring out their best and worst when holidays are approaching. Valentine’s Day, just like Christmas, can show people’s true colors. There are 4 different types of personalities when it comes to this holiday The “OMG! It’s V-day!” personality: These over the top friends and lovers treat it like it ...

4 City Breaks for Valentine’s Day with a difference

February is the month of love, and even if Valentine’s Day is not your thing, its the perfect excuse to book a trip with the one you love. A city break is the classic Valentine’s Day trip, but instead of visiting one of the usual suspects (ahem, Paris), expand your horizons a little further and check out these 4 alternative ...

Where can you have fun this Winter vacation?

After a term of tedious study, winter vacation has finally started! So, have you planned where to go? Why not take a look here? Here are some top spots to have fun in this winter.   Christmas Markets Christmas Markets are definitely great places to have fun. You will have the chance to see different things and people, as well ...

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