These three small countries near the Baltic Sea could easily top the list of the most underrated travel destinations in Europe. But we’ve decided to change that by revealing 10 reasons why they should be top of your itinerary.
Food is one of the reasons you should travel and explore new cultures. There are some amazing restaurants in the world, but we prepared TOP 5 European cities you should visit if you love delicious food. Check them out and let the journey begin.
Barcelona, the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, is known for its breath-taking art and architecture. Check out TOP 5 attractions.
A wide range of different festivals and events can really bring excitement to your holiday. If you’re traveling away in September, we’ve put this useful list together so you know what you should be looking out for – now you really have no excuse, start exploring and enjoy last summery, sunny days.
These cities are the best destinations to visit in September, whether you’re looking for an adventure, a staycation or just for a European mini-break.
Even if it’s not your first time in London, you will find that there’s always something unique to do in the capital. Don’t get us wrong, the London Eye, Big Ben, and are all great, but sometimes it’s rewarding to go beyond the beaten path. In this article, we’ve rounded up some of the marvellous things you may not have done yet in one of the oldest cities in the world.
Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world, and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. People love to drink it freezing cold so they feel refreshed during hot summer days. Check it out!
There is perhaps no fonder childhood memory than the local ice cream truck driving through the neighbourhood, music blaring from its tinny speakers, beckoning all to partake of its frosty delights. We know different types of ice cream: soft-serve ice cream, frozen custard, and frozen yogurt. Whichever it is, there is something heavenly in ice cream, isn’t it?
London has had its fair share of problems over the years but few come close to the conveyer belt of misery that was an 18 month period between the beginning of 1665 and 1666. Undoubtedly one of the city’s harshest times, the utter destruction somehow led to the London we know and love today, as the city rebuilt from the depths of despair.