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  • Celebrating Chinese New Year in Europe’s Chinatowns

    Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or Spring Festival, marks the beginning of the lunar calendar and is celebrated with unmatched exuberance and cultural richness in China. As one of the most significant traditional Chinese holidays, it is a time when families reunite, feasting on sumptuous foods, and paying respect to ancestors. [...]
  • 2024 European Capitals of Culture

    As we edge closer to 2024, the cultural tapestry of Europe readies itself to be adorned with the vibrant threads of Bodo, Norway, Bad Ischl, Austria, and Tartu, Estonia. These cities, though varied in landscape and legacy, are united in their soon-to-be-shared status as European Capitals of Culture. This honour, more than just a title, [...]
  • 7 Unromantic Things That Happened on Valentine’s Day

    There’s no shortage of cynicism when it comes to Valentine’s Day in the 21st century however, and the anti-romance lot might be looking for some ammo when it comes to dragging others back down to their curmudgeonly level. There’s more to 14 February than amorous longing, and history is full of events both good and bad that took place on the day of Saint Valentine, who also happens to be the patron saint of beekeepers and epilepsy. More

  • 9 of Europe’s Coolest Carnivals

    Mardi Gras is still a few days away, so we can only hope that you are already hard at work on your costume for the celebrations in February this year, Carnival season is well and truly raging all over Europe, and explosions of colour can be found in every corner of our delicious continent. Here [...]
  • Magical Winter Getaways

    The frigid chill of winter is right around the corner, but there’s no need to face the final months of the year with trepidation and fear. Get yourself a winter getaway booked, and you’ll have something to look forward to other than eating too much at Christmas and the endless barrage of festive cheer. You’ll [...]
  • 17 of the Best Cities for Digital Nomads around the World

    We’ll start with the disclaimer we started with when giving our recent rundown of the best cities for digital nomads in Europe, namely: ‘digital nomad’ is a wretched term, and the sooner it is expunged from the history books, the better. Our dreams are unlikely to be realised, what with the establishment of the ‘digital [...]
  • The ‘Big Five’ Film Festivals

    The Big Five film festivals represent the pinnacle of cinematic achievement on a global scale. These illustrious events, namely Cannes, Berlin, Venice, Sundance, and Toronto, are universally recognised and draw in a diverse mix of filmmakers, actors, and film enthusiasts from around the world. Each festival holds its unique appeal and significance in the film [...]
  • Most Searched Holiday Destinations from 2021-2023

    First things first, the title you just read above, and what presumably brought you clicking through to this page, is something of a misnomer, as the 10 countries listed below were not the most searched for holiday destinations in absolute terms the past two years, but rather those that saw the largest increase in searches. [...]
  • 8 Alternative Skiing Destinations for Winter 2024

    What better way to pass the time in winter than by heading up the mountains for a few downhill runs? If that doesn’t tickle you, how about watching others ski while you enjoy a glass of wine or two? Either way, booking a ski holiday is a splendid way to start 2020, so we’ve put together a few alternative options for you to ponder. More

  • Most Relaxing Destinations in Europe

    A Hilton report claims that travel in 2024 will be all about relaxation - labelling it the 'Year of the Great Recharge' - and who are we to doubt a giant American multinational luxury hotel chain? It may be our rapidly advancing years, but we are all on board. In this chaotic modern world of [...]
  • Best European Cities for Digital Nomads

    We’ll start with a disclaimer; ‘digital nomad’ is a wretched term, and the sooner it is expunged from the history books, the better. Our dreams are unlikely to be realised, what with the establishment of the ‘digital nomad visa’, so we must accept the reality of the world as it plays out in front of [...]
  • Best Amusement Parks in Europe

    While we risk our position as travel soothsayers by admitting it, there was a time when we worried that the amusement park was heading to the bin of history. More fool us, of course, as humans will never tire of being hurled around at ridiculous speeds in ridiculous directions on roller coasters and rides with [...]
  • Winners of the European Green Capital Award

    We are about to embark on more than 1,500 words of sustainability, eco-awareness and good intentions, so we’ll keep this introduction relatively short. Welcome to the complete history of the European Green Capital Award! The title does an excellent job explaining what it is, namely a designation awarded to a different European city every year [...]
  • The 23 Best Cycling Cities in Europe

    Was it George Orwell who famously wrote that two wheels are better than four? Come to think of it, didn’t an alarmingly anthropomorphic swine say it? Was that a fever dream? It doesn’t matter, but what does matter is Europe is trying its little heart out to make cities more accessible for those intrepid warriors [...]
  • The Most Hipster Cities in Europe

    We’re listening to Godspeed You! Black Emperor as we type this (the last minute of ‘Job’s Lament’, at this very moment, the bit where it all comes together), so feel free to dismiss any criticism we might conjure up across the next 1,000 or so words. Hipster culture has come full circle, completing the lifespan [...]
  • European Capitals of Culture Revisited (2001-2010)

    It’s no secret that for most of the world (save a handful of billionaires and some crypto cowboys) 2020 was a year to forget, or at least one that won’t be looked back on fondly in years to come. This is especially true for those of us in the tourism sector. However, for a handful of destinations around the world, the global pandemic and ensuing shutdown of virtually all travel was doubly difficult. More

  • What Watersports Should You Try This Summer?

    Watersports are fun activities to partake in during the summer period. Central America offers a variety of opportunities for water sports in the summertime, With coastlines along both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Central America is a fantastic destination for water lovers to dive right in and enjoy sports in the water.  There [...]
  • Turning Travel into Treasure: How to Earn Money While Exploring the World

    Traveling the world is a dream for many, but often the question arises: "How can I afford it?" What if you could not only afford it but also earn money while exploring new horizons? In this blog, we’ll explore practical ways to make money while traveling, focusing on both traditional methods and innovative strategies like [...]
  • 6 Picturesque Walking Trails in the UK You Should Not Miss

    Walking tours can be so much more than just a trip into the world of nature. If you are planning to take a break from your routine you need to put aside those devices and head out in the open. While there are many ways to enjoy outdoor adventures you can decide what suits you [...]
  • 7 Places in Monte Carlo You Need to Visit

    If you had just Seven days in the deluxe principality of Monte Carlo, what would you do? We’ve saved you the trouble of thinking about that and put together a luxurious and thrilling itinerary just for you. So, all you need to do is pack your bags with fancy clothes worthy of a selfie with [...]
  • Top Tips for Choosing a Reliable Online Casino

    An online casino is a website where you can play thousands of computer-generated table and card games, slots, video poker, bingo and lottery-style games, scratchcards, and state-of-the-art live dealer games that aren't computer-generated, and they are now more popular than ever. Here are several useful tips for anyone who is looking for a reliable casino [...]
  • Sun Protection Must-Haves for a Trip to South Africa

    It's hard to beat South Africa when it comes to the great outdoors and adventure activities. As the Cradle of Humankind, this tourist gem boasts some of the oldest mountains on Earth, unspoiled beaches, and life-changing wildlife safari packages. However, with its vast expanses of wilderness and diverse climates, South Africa demands a careful approach [...]
  • Active Escapes: Engaging Sports Activities for Kids During Your Denver Trip

    Denver is known as the Mile-High City, and it's an excellent destination for those who enjoy being outside and exploring nature with kids and family. Denver isn't just a city – it's also a place where kids can enjoy lots of outdoor activities with their families or friends. Whether you're hiking in the mountains or [...]
  • 5 Best Fiery Volcano Tours in Iceland You Can’t Miss

    Iceland, often referred to as the "Land of Fire and Ice," is a prime destination for those looking to experience the raw, unbridled power of nature. The island's volcanic landscape offers a unique opportunity for adventure-seekers and nature enthusiasts alike. With its active and dormant volcanoes, lava fields, and hot springs, Iceland provides a range [...]
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