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Airports that make our transit time worthwhile!

If we travellers have to admit it out loud, the only non fun part of travel is the whole airport layover time, especially for those long haul flights. Airports, according to me, are windows of the city you choose to visit. Considering the fact that airports are the first and last places you step into while jet-setting, it’s only fair ...

Shakespeare’s Verona in a day!

One look at this lush green town and you would understand why Shakespeare set his tragic Romeo and Juliet fiction in this gorgeous city . Verona is where romance comes alive and thrives like the luscious river Nile. Add together some delectable Italian food and there is no better place to be than here this summer. Here’s a look at its most famous ...

Budapest on a Budget

Being the largest and one of the cheapest cities in Europe, Budapest is one of the best cities in the world to explore. With a vast array of bridges to cross, an underground rail network and bright yellow trams running regularly throughout the city; Budapest is an interconnected haven for travellers. Walking across any bridge of an evening paints a ...

Top 5 places to drink in Madrid

With a bodega on every street corner and a British counter-culture explosion in Madrid’s trendy areas, you’ll never be short of great places to eat or drink. However, here are some hidden gems well worth checking out:

1. Carmencita Bar



Tucked away in the heart of trendy neighbourhood Malasana, Carmencita Bar offers a range of breakfasts, from the best eggs benedict you’ll ever eat to burgers. The piece de resistance is they have mimosas for 1 Euro.

www.carmencitabar.es/en/

2. Lamiak Bar



This funky little bar fuses old-school Spain with modern chic. With a large array of vintage jazz posters on the wall and a mouth-watering selection of pinchos (loaded brushettas) you can’t go wrong hanging out with the cool kids in Anton Martin.

http://www.lamiak.net/la_rosa/lamiak_local.htm

3. Taberna El Buo



This place serves the biggest tortilla (Spanish omelette) you’ll ever see. They’re good, but be warned; you will nee

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Top 10 things to do in Santiago, Chile

Santiago, Chile, is a city set against an awesome backdrop. The snowcapped mountains of the Andes on the horizon contrast with the modern skyscrapers that criss-cross the city vista.

Cape Town’s Best Breakfasts

Cape Town, South Africa, is a food lover’s dream city. With its mélange of cultures and people, there are so many options to choose from.

The beginner’s guide to Vietnam

Vietnam. A land of colours, contrasts and endless curiosities. Awash with surreal landscapes, brimming with culinary delights and steeped in its jarring history, few countries have risen so gallantly from the ashes of a war-torn nation. Four decades later, the country’s entrepreneurial spirit has propelled its land and economy back onto the tourist map – and rightly so. Memorable experiences ...

America’s Most Haunted Travel Destinations

Axe wielding murderers, lunatics, sadistic hostesses and people disappearing randomly from elevators, lets take a look at some of America’s most haunted tourist destinations for you to explore – if you dare. The Stanley Hotel, Colorado  Made famous by Stephen King’s The Shining and immortalised in Stanley Kubrick’s 1979 movie of the same name, the Stanley Hotel was built in 1909. ...

5 Best Travel Apps

Going on holiday should be relaxing, but often, the planning of a trip can detract from the relaxation. One way to ease the stress is to make use of the plethora of apps that can help you to tailor your trip with the cheapest and most efficient options available to you. Here are 5 great apps to help you plan ...

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