Seafood for Travellers – From Panama to Japan

If you are a fan of food, there are certain countries that you have to visit. For example, no self-respecting foodie can label themselves a foodie without tasting the food on offer in France. Italy and Spain are two other countries you have to experience if you are a food lover. If you are a […]

By |Januar 13th, 2016|Asia, Central America, Europe|0 Comments

A Little Taste of Ibiza – From Bacalao to Butifarra

When you think about a holiday in Ibiza, the first thing that springs to mind is not usually the quality of gastronomy and cuisine.  However, this typical Mediterranean fayre is slowly becoming a force to be reckoned with on an international stage, epitomised by local restauranteurs and equally in the luxurious settings of 5 star […]

By |September 16th, 2015|Europe|0 Comments

Spending Christmas Travelling Abroad – Weird, Cool or Riddled with Homesickness?

A guest post contribution from writer, Kayleigh Herbertson….

If you’re travelling during the winter period, especially over Christmas and New Year then you have the potential to experience a huge seasonal event in an entirely different culture. This can create feelings of home-sickness for many but it’s also an amazing opportunity to experience the traditions far […]

By |Dezember 8th, 2014|Travel Tips|1 Comment

Barcelona – Surviving the Mighty La Ramblas

What to expect in Barcelona’s busiest and noisiest strip!
Las Ramblas – The Central Strip
La Ramblas of Barcelona –  the long street that flows right through the middle of the city, is one of Barcelona’s most prominent sights. Due to its vibrant atmosphere, it is considered a must see attraction for any visitor to the city.

Every day […]

By |Juli 14th, 2014|Europe|0 Comments

Top 5 Things to Do in Barcelona

Top Five Things to See and Do in Barcelona

Full to the brim with things to see and do, it is unsurprising that Barcelona has retained its status as a popular holiday destination for so many years now. However, with such a selection of sights to see, it is often difficult to know where to start, […]

By |August 6th, 2013|Contributed, Europe|1 Comment

Spanish Main or Island Paradise: Where to Travel in 2013?

As the top destination for Brits heading abroad, there’s a good chance that you’ll be visiting Spain this year for your annual break. However, with an area of over 500,000km² and incorporating two archipelagos, Spain is anything but small.  So, how do you choose where to go? And should you visit the mainland or head […]

By |Mai 10th, 2013|Contributed, Europe|0 Comments

Travelling Spain on a Budget

Spain is a very popular holiday destination for every type of person, from the young single traveller, to the parents travelling with kids, right up to the elderly tourist looking for somewhere to relax. And it’s not difficult to see why all these people enjoy the country – it has something to offer for everybody. […]

By |April 18th, 2013|Contributed, Europe|0 Comments

A Guide to a villa Holiday in Tenerife

The Canary Islands, unbeknown to some, is just off the coast of Africa and so offers year round sunshine. But, having been under Spanish rule, it offers the attractions of a top European resort.

Tenerife is probably the most popular of the Canary Islands and with its distinctive volcanic black sandy beaches it is a great […]

By |Februar 25th, 2013|Contributed, Europe|1 Comment

Best Beaches in Alicante

One of the most popular towns along the Costa Blanca, Alicante, with it’s airport is not just a starting point for many holidaying on the east coast of Spain. It is a thriving city within it’s own right and is host to many tourists throughout the year. Situated on the coastline of the Mediterranean, the […]

By |Dezember 14th, 2012|Contributed, Europe|0 Comments

Best European Music Festivals for Travellers

Everyone knows that the hardest part of travelling is the planning part. Therefore if you’re struggling to find something to plan your travels around, then look no further than our guide to some of the Best festivals in Europe. Very often festivals are overlooked when travelling, however if you really want to get to know […]

By |März 24th, 2012|Contributed, Europe|1 Comment