5 luxury midtown Manhattan hotels for your next New York visit

By Nick Kontis on Aug 02, 2018 in Accommodation, Bars, Clubs, Going Out, Hotels, New York, North America, Regions, Restaurants, USA Midtown Manhattan is the epicenter for visitors to New York City. The bright lights, and massivebillboards selling everything from fast cars to the latest Star Trek flick. Globally, the imagery of the Big Apple…

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Special feature: The Hayloft, Cumrew, Eden Valley, Cumbria, UK

By Paul Johnson on Jul 29, 2018 in Accommodation, Attractions, Europe, Family Travel, Featured, Going Out, Leisure Travel, Regions, Speciality Travel, United Kingdom, Vacation Rentals, Western Europe Our latest trip was to the Eden Valley on the eastern side of Cumbria. Whilst many visitors to the county head for the Lake District, areas that are…

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12 reasons why you should visit Myanmar

By Paul Eyers on Jul 25, 2018 in Asia, Attractions, Events, Food and Drink, Going Out, Leisure Travel, Myanmar, Regions, Restaurants, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany This enchanting country in Southeast Asia has so much to offer to those who visit. From amazingly friendly people to landscapes that are a photographer’s dream; Myanmar is one of…

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Barcelona’s best vegetarian and vegan restaurants

As more and more people decide to lead a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, it comes as no surprise that these restaurants have become quite popular across the world, including Barcelona. Times have changed since vegans had limited options while eating out with friends. Whether you’re a vegan, vegetarian or a curious omnivore, don’t miss out…

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The ultimate Greek guide: beach bars edition

July has arrived and it’s time to present perhaps the most vital summer Greek guide – the Beach Bar Edition. You may be packing as we speak to go and visit one of the beautiful Greek islands, so scroll below and have a first-hand peek at the beach bars you shouldn’t miss. So throw in…

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Our favourite gourmet ski hotels

By Craig Burton on Jul 13, 2018 in Accommodation, Austria, Europe, Food and Drink, France, Going Out, Hotels, Italy, Restaurants, Travel Miscellany, Western Europe If your holiday involves taking to the slopes in style, food and drink can add a luxurious finishing touch to your trip. After working up an appetite on your favourite runs,…

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Aarhus: 10 reasons to visit Denmark’s ‘Capital of Cool’

In 2017, Denmark’s second city, grabbed our attention as a European Capital of Culture. Compact with a population of just 300,000, cultured and quirky Aarhus continues to pull in visitors. Aarhus is Denmark’s Oxford with students comprising 20% of the population, that gives the place a Bohemian twist but still structured with Scandinavian efficiency. Many…

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5 considerations for hiking the Inca Trail

At the top of the bucket lists of thousands of travelers around the world is hiking the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. This is a historical route as it was part of the road system of the Inca Empire; it once linked the city of Cusco (the former capital of the Empire) to the mythical…

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6 ways to experience India in London

By James Jayasundera on Jul 16, 2018 in Accommodation, Asia, Bars, Europe, Events, Going Out, Hotels, India, Real Estate, Regions, Restaurants, Travel Miscellany, United Kingdom, Western Europe One need not travel across the world to experience India’s exceptional treasures. London is bursting with some of the finest ancient sculptures, Mughal jewellery, gemstones, textiles, food, fashion…

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