Best Places for Fishing in Europe

Best Fishing Places in Europe

Even if your local fishing spots are excellent for landing decent catches and those challenging fish that are a little wilier than the rest, a change of scenery and different target can do wonders for your enjoyment of this sport.

You don’t even have to go too far out to find some […]

By |Oktober 4th, 2018|Europe|0 Comments

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Dublin

Dublin is one of the most popular cities in Europe among international travellers. However, it also happens to be exactly the sort of place we tend to narrow down to a couple of main attractions. We talk about the bars, Trinity College, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, for instance, and these are definitely some of the […]

By |September 6th, 2018|Europe|0 Comments

Some of the best caravan parks in the UK

The UK loves caravanning more than most nations and because of that we have some of the most amazing caravan parks to choose from. Some are exclusive for members only, where as others will allow touring caravans just for weekends. In this article we will look at some of our favourite ones.
Low Wray, Cumbria
This is […]

By |August 6th, 2018|Gap Year Destinations|0 Comments

5 Things You Didn’t Know About Diving In Malta

Malta is a vast Mediterranean island which is actually a country in Europe. Little people know about this island and even less know where it is. If you’re thinking about traveling to Malta, you might be interested in checking out some of the coolest scuba diving in the Mediterranean Sea.

I worked at a scuba diving school […]

By |Juni 8th, 2018|Europe|0 Comments

Top 10 Food Origins from Across the World

If you’re a food lover, you’ll be fascinated to discover where some of the world’s most iconic foods come from. Sure, there’s nothing more British than a meal of fish and chips, but did you know its origins started in sunny Spain and Portugal?

As a nation, Britain regularly enjoys treating their taste buds to a wide […]

By |Juni 7th, 2018|Contributed|0 Comments

Summer Staycations – The Rules Laid Bare

It would be fair to say that one of the buzzwords on the tip of a lot of traveller’s tongues right now is „staycation“.

The emergence of budget airlines a couple of decades ago led many to believe that the days of people spending their vacation in their own country were long gone. However, a combination […]

By |Mai 21st, 2018|UK|0 Comments

Northern Ireland’s Most Disability Friendly Accessible Tourist Attractions

Top Wheelchair Accessible Things to Do in Northern Ireland
Despite its size, Northern Ireland is packed with culture and must-see attractions. In recent years, it’s caught the attention of film crews, such as those for Game of Thrones and Star Wars, and now even Lonely Planet has named Belfast and the Causeway Coast region is one […]

By |Mai 9th, 2018|UK|0 Comments

6 Reasons Why The Maldives Is the Perfect Place for Your Honeymoon

After a wonderful wedding, you and your loved one need a place where you can completely enjoy each other’s company. If you want to have a taste of the island life at its most beautiful and relaxed – Maldives is the answer.

To further persuade you to visit this stunning haven, below are wise reasons why […]

By |Mai 8th, 2018|Asia|0 Comments

Canada’s Best Cities for Gap Year Travellers

If you a lover of urban environments, Canada actually has a lot to offer you. You shouldn’t assume that Canada doesn’t have much going for it in that department because that’s simply not true at all. So if you’re tired of the same old cities, and you’re looking for something a little new and interesting, […]

By |April 20th, 2018|Canada|0 Comments

Essential Tips to Make the Most of Your Holiday

The key to ensuring you get the most out of your holiday is to prepare as much as possible before you leave. Whatever your travel style, whether you’re jetting off for a long-haul holiday, or want to embrace a trip closer to home, we’re sharing our essential tips on planning your next adventure.


Research your destination […]

By |April 10th, 2018|Contributed|0 Comments