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.

Kevin McClintock2 years ago
Cambridge
Cambridge is referred to as the City of Perspiring Dreams.
Michelle Hunter2 years ago
Take Grandma Glamping!
Whether it's a mini break to the big city, an all inclusive getaway to paradise or a staycation beside the sea, there is no denying the fact that everybody loves a holiday. While the mere sight of a b...
Patrick Boniface2 years ago
Solo Traveller in Monte Bondonne
Having just been unceremoniously dumped by my girlfriend of seven years, I felt a desire to escape and re-energise myself. A quick trip to the local travel agent highlighted the first problem; my newl...
Nicole Mak2 years ago
The Best of Mykonos: Your Guide to the Island
The most beautiful thing about Mykonos is that from the moment that you first step foot on the island, you have complete control over how your adventure here plays out. Are you on #TeamNoSleep or are ...
Michelle Ulyatt2 years ago
Stories of Bravery and Sacrifice in Dunkirk
One of the best things about working in travel PR is the opportunity it presents to visit familiar places and learn new things about them. Dunkirk—just a stone’s throw across the water from my home to...
Ruth Gibson2 years ago
Two Weeks Relaxing in the Spanish Lake District
We have just returned home from a relaxing two weeks in the Spanish Lake District, feeling refreshed and ready to take on the world again. After working in Iceland (and loving it) we decided that we w...
Charli Knight2 years ago
Paris of the 90s
So, what first struck me when I entered the arrivals terminal at Václav Havel Airport were the select few people that sat awkwardly, smoking in a glass room. A room which was built into one of the lon...
Charli Knight2 years ago
What's That Smell?
We all know with every country comes its own quirky customs and cultures. Us Brits are the best for forcing our superior traditions on to "foreigners" with such barefaced yet subliminal effort. But th...
Sophie Wilks2 years ago
British Holidays: Caister-On-Sea
Staying in a caravan as an eighteen-year-old with your fellow adult family felt like a much different affair than it had been the last time. Every holiday of ours had been spent in a caravan, apart fr...
E-Biking in Val Gardena
Our trip started out at our hotel, Hotel Gran Baita, with their signature cocktail, the 'Hugo', as we got to know the rest of our team for our e-biking tour e-powered by Bosc, where we also got to fin...
Kristopher Cook2 years ago
Discovering Paris’ Secret Restaurants
Every once and a while you have to break the routine. After all, the definition of insanity is repetition. If you've had your fill of the guidebook standards on where to eat in Paris, then it's time f...
Rosalyn Grams2 years ago
Jungfrauhoch, Switzerland
Standing on the Jungfrau Platform at 3454m above sea level, this icy experience and views will take your breath away... Found halfway between the Swiss-Italian border and the beautiful water features ...
Rosalyn Grams2 years ago
Genealogical Links: Scotland and Germany
Genealogical links between Scotland and other countries have become so varied and useful in the tourism market that VisitScotland promotes it as an area for Niche Marketing. For this article, I chose ...
Chloe Gilholy2 years ago
A Splash In Germany
“Is there anything else in Amsterdam that you would like to see?” Ivy asked Rita. “I think we’ve seen everything that Amsterdam has to offer.” Rita nodded as she sat down on a red chair in the hotel. ...
Kristopher Cook2 years ago
24 Hours in Athens — The City of the Gods
According to Greek mythology, the gods chose places that would serve as the best places for admirers to pledge their worship to them. And rightfully so, Athens has everything you’d want in a city: som...
Tomás Brandão2 years ago
Rotterdam, A Home Away from Home
This past weekend I did some travelling once more, this time to Rotterdam, and let me tell you, it was fantastic. Right now I’m at a crossroad in my life, perhaps another post soon will explain it, bu...
Alexa Barnes2 years ago
6 Simply Delightful Things to Do in Aarhus, Denmark
So you are in, or are traveling to Aarhus, and you want to know how to best enjoy your time while here. Having lived here nearly a year working as a masters student at Aarhus University, I have had my...
Angela Goodwin2 years ago
Introduction
It’s been a long time since I have had a word limit to reach before a piece of work could be submitted but I will do my best to write a salient piece of text that is at least as long as required while...