europe

Whether embarking on a Eurotrip or a weekend jaunt to a foreign city, European travel requires some smart planning; you may know all the must-see landmarks, but we provide the hidden gems.

Jeff Nevil4 days ago
Saving England’s Treasures—Heritage Buildings as 21st Century Homes
Protecting and restoring period properties has never been more important and beneficial; preserving history whilst incorporating it in the modern architectural sphere is something that all should cons...
Alan Russell11 days ago
The Holburn Museum, Bath
Beyond Pulteney Bridge and Coffee Bridge, where incidentally they serve the most fabulous hot a steamy pulled pork bap, is Great Pulteney Street. If you can resist the temptation to return to the main...
Goran Kezić13 days ago
Where Do Stags Go Celebrating?
The stag do trend is experiencing a shift from indulging debauchery with your mates in some seedy bar to visiting European cities and absorbing the foreign culture. It has become an excellent excuse t...
Aspects of Belfast
No matter where you are in Belfast, Northern Ireland you cannot fail to miss the imposing shipyard cranes Samson and Goliath, which can be seen from all parts of Belfast City, north, south, east and w...
James Rein14 days ago
Exploring the Cyclades
The thing about the Cyclades is that they're all different. We take two weeks and travel between three islands, spending three or four days on each. You can build your own itinerary and it gives you a...
Alan Russell23 days ago
Barton on Sea Remembers
Barton on Sea overlooks the English Channel. On very clear days the Isle of Wight stands proud and clear on the horizon. Even on dull days it can still be seen like a shadowy monster lying in wait to ...
Tanya Cvita month ago
How to Get from Split to Zadar
Another popular Croatian path linking significant architectural marvels is the Split to Zadar route. If you’ve heard of what either town has to offer and would like to experience it for yourself, here...
10 Reasons to Visit Lithuania
Tourism in Lithuania is on the rise. There are so many reasons to visit Lithuania and more and more travelers are catching on. There’s a little bit of everything for every type of traveler, whether yo...
Alan Russella month ago
Mudeford Quay
This is an extremely popular spot for visitors and locals alike at any time of year. My own preference for making the ten mile drive from to Mudeford Quay is when there is a storm coming in from the E...
Casa Di Guiliette
Hidden within the city center you are able to find a sweet little courtyard which is home to Juliet. Originally a medieval palace owned by the Capello family, this stunning architecture has for many y...
Alan Russella month ago
Kingston Upon Thames
I hadn’t been to Kingston Upon Thames for a long time. So long that I really couldn’t remember what it was like and therefore didn’t have any preconceptions about the place that were fostered from dis...
Elizabeth Gaskina month ago
Gelato
Day two, its been a long day, I’m still getting used to the time change. We had just gotten done with a class at the University of Roma. We got on a bus, what an experience that was. People shoulder t...
Ryan Whitakera month ago
10 Reasons to Visit England
Assuming you weren't born yesterday, you probably know that England is a pretty important player on a global level. Turning through the pages of history, you can note that this prestigious country has...
Rena Freefall a month ago
Lost in Dublin
So I moved to Dublin... 4... 5 weeks ago? Really recently and I realised, for all the times I've been to Dublin, I don't actually KNOW Dublin. I couldn't tell you which pub to stop by at. Where could ...
Sydney Howella month ago
How to Spend Your First Day in Iceland Like a Pro
Day 1 of Iceland—April 18, 2018: When we landed in Reykjavík, we took a taxi to get our car. The first thing I noticed was that literally right on the side of the road, there was moss everywhere. I la...
Toby Jefferya month ago
Paris - Know Before You Go
Paris has a well-established reputation for its iconic landmarks and tourist attractions. It can be hard to simply plan an itinerary that fits in everything worth doing, in a city fueled by culture. B...
Alan Russella month ago
Pulteney Bridge - Bath
In the late 18th Century as a result of marriages, deaths, convoluted routes of inheritance, and a family name change, the "Pulteney" family acquired a very large parcel of land on the west bank of th...
Alan Russella month ago
Swanage to Corfe on the Last Day
I always find that the last full day of any holiday regardless of where I am or whom I am with can be melancholic. To defer that sense of melancholy until later in the day or even until the morning of...