Posts tagged "europe"
Golf Courses In & Around Stockholm

Golf Courses In & Around Stockholm

Whether you play every weekend or have only just upgraded from courses with windmills and pools, golf is a great way to keep healthy and get some fresh air. Next time you visit Stockholm, make sure you take time out for a round or two on one of these top golf courses. Malmö may have...
Beaches in Split, Croatia: The Best Way to Enjoy the City

Beaches in Split, Croatia: The Best Way to Enjoy the City

If you can’t decide between a city break and a beach holiday, head straight to Split. Just a short walk from the buzzing city centre you’ll find gorgeous stretches of golden sands, lapped by the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea. Croatia’s second largest city is a cultural hub that dates back to the ancient...
Our Pick of Tour Guides in Brussels

Our Pick of Tour Guides in Brussels

When faced with a whole new city to explore, you may need some pointers as to where to head first. Whether you want to see the celebrated sights of Brussels or discover a few hidden gems, a guided tour can provide the ideal introduction to the unknown. There’s always something going on in Brussels –...
Afternoon Tea in Paris

Afternoon Tea in Paris

From café au lait to salons de thé, find out why Paris is a must-visit for the discerning tea drinker by passing an afternoon in one of its iconic tea rooms. With both illustrious institutions and quirky hidden gems, there’s something for fans of everything from gunpowder green to good old-fashioned builder’s tea. The French...
Il-Majjistral Nature & History Park

Il-Majjistral Nature & History Park

Looking out over the glittering Mediterranean, Il-Majjistral is Malta’s only natural park. Mostly comprised of blue clay, this picturesque space on the northwest coast of the main island is filled with rock pools, jagged cliffs and diverse wildlife, stretching from Popeye village to the stunning beaches of Golden Bay. IIl-Majjistral Park is a naturalist’s paradise...
Staying in Style: Berlin

Staying in Style: Berlin

Berlin is fast becoming an international city of style. Despite its reputation for glamour in the 1920s it’s only since the fall of the Berlin Wall that the city has become a contender amongst today’s most influential fashion centres. Berlin Fashion Week attracts thousands of the fashion industry elite each year and big hitters like...
Hamburg Guide: Events and conferences in 2014

Hamburg Guide: Events and conferences in 2014

Known for centuries as the commercial centre of Northern Europe, Hamburg continues to go from strength to strength as an international business hub. Not content with being an important financial centre and home to Germany’s largest bank, the city is also the site of Europe’s second largest port, making it a key point of international...
Best of the Fest in Lucerne

Best of the Fest in Lucerne

At the end of Switzerland’s Lake Lucerne is the picturesque city of Lucerne, a cultural hub in the region. Most famous of all Lucerne’s cultural offerings are the annual Lucerne Festivals, which take place at Easter, Summer and Autumn. Here, musical masterpieces have been performed by world class orchestras and musicians for over 75 years....
Eating in Prague today: Modern Czech cuisine returns to its roots

Eating in Prague today: Modern Czech cuisine returns to its roots

Traditionally, Czech food has been seen as rather stodgy – a cuisine based around fatty meat and potatoes, best washed down with tankards of beer. Heavy on the sauces, bread and dumplings, it may be well-suited to a cosy pub environment, but it has also been dubbed the worst cuisine in the world by at...
What to see in Warsaw

What to see in Warsaw

Warsaw, Poland’s capital city, is a popular tourist destination in the heart of Europe. The museums, shops and vibrant cultural life of Warsaw make it a wonderful place to visit on a holiday with friends. Warsaw Past Warsaw has experienced many difficult periods of history. Founded at least 800 years ago, the city became sovereign...
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