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
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.
Lynchburg Tennessee was a bucket list item ticked off for definite. Having enjoyed Jack Daniel’s for many years and being an avid collector of JD memorabilia, we just had to go to Lynchburg on the Tennessee leg of our USA honeymoon road trip.
I have visited our capital at least once a year for over 30 years. During that time I’ve pretty much seen all the main sights and I have my favourites! Read on for my top 10 must have experiences in London.
Wacken Open Air – this ultimate metal festival is a must see for metalheads around the globe. First time visit? We’ve got you covered, read on to find out how to get there, what to see (other than the bands of course!) and some tips we have for you that we’ve picked up from our years of visiting Wacken – Rain or Shine.
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 –
We loved Dresden and it was our favourite stop on our German road trip. Here’s our guide for spending 3 days in the capital of Saxony.