New York, New York! A weekend in New York City has got to be the ultimate city break for many. It’s a huge busting metropolis and has something for everyone. You can’t see it all in one weekend and so you need to prioritise. Our travel guide will be perfect if you’re into similar things
Rome is the capital city of Italy and is like setting foot into an open air museum. Although Rome is wall to wall full of historic sites it’s not just for the history buffs. If you love food, architecture, a buzzing city culture and great wine then Rome could be perfect for your next city
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a beautiful and historic city in the centre of Europe. When thinking of where to bring in the new year 2020 Prague should definitely be on your radar. Prague’s New Years celebrations are impressive and last right through New Years Day. Bring your warm clothes and plenty
On our first visit to Belgium we wanted to see as much as possible but we were limited on time. We were staying in Brussels and weren’t sure when we would next get back to Belgium. We wanted to see something of Belgium outside of the capital and Quasimodo Tours seemed to have the answer
Barcelona is the vibrant capital city of Spain’s Catalonia region. Set on the Mediterranean coast of Spain Barcelona has it all, great weather, beaches, shopping, plenty of culture, UNESCO listed architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and great food. If this is what you look for when travelling then a weekend in Barcelona is for you.
Thinking of spending a weekend in Krakow, Poland? Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland, located in the south of the country on the Vistula River. It is a beautiful city, full of history and the old town has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Krakow is also very well connected. Affordable flights
Our first stop on our honeymoon in the USA was New York City. We wanted our honeymoon to get off to a great start and planned a few treats while we were in New York. Here are five romantic things we recommend you try if you’re visiting New York whether for a special occasion or to treat yourself to a fantastic weekend away!
Pompeii and Herculanum are two ancient Roman towns that were destroyed by the 79AD eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Both are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage list as providing a vivid picture of the lifestyle of the citizens of the Early Roman Empire. If you’re wondering which to visit read on…
Italy has the most UNESCO World Heritage sites of any country, 53 as of 2017. When visiting Naples, as well as Naples itself, we visited a few other UNESCO sites including the Amalfi Coast. The Amalfi Coast is to the south of Naples and only parts of it are easily accessible. This post focuses on
We love Naples, it’s our favourite Italian city but it has a reputation that seems to put people off visiting. My aim of this post is to provide some hints and travel tips for visiting Naples to encourage you to give this fantastic city some of your holiday time. Travel Tips for Visiting Naples –