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1. Don't Blow Your Budget on Holiday in Barcelona
October 23, 2018


Barcelona is one of the most popular cities in Europe, especially for group holidays. However, this Spanish marvel has also become increasingly more expensive in some aspects and might not be the first destination you think of when you’re looking to book a cheap and cheerful budget holiday. Fear not, though, as there are plenty of ways to delve into Barcelona’s rich history, art, culture and entertainment options without breaking the bank – and we’re more than happy to share. Eating: Head to the Locals’ Favourites Some of the city’s best restaurants are in fact located away fro... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. A Budget Holiday to Remember in Amsterdam
October 23, 2018


Heading off on a group holiday with friends is always incredibly exciting, and you will of course be looking to make some great memories and share in some brilliant experiences. The Dutch capital, Amsterdam, is a wonderful place to do exactly that. There’s no need to go and break the bank though; there are plenty of ways to keep an eye on your wallet and still enjoy a budget holiday to remember in this marvellous city. Accommodation: Go Cheap and Cheerful Whilst it may be a cliché to say that it’s about the people you’re with rather than where you are, it is definitely worth bearing ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Demonic Destinations: Europe's Most Harrowing Halloween Haunts
October 23, 2018


Whilst America may be considered the world’s number one Halloween haven, Europe is filled with spooky spots, frightening tales and ancient architecture. The continent’s intriguing history and rich, varied culture makes for a whole host of destinations ideal for spending the Halloween period. If you’re travelling in Europe during October, you’ll be absolutely spoilt for choice when it comes to ghost stories, petrifying parades and frightening fun. Halloween offers the perfect opportunity to soak up the local culture and traditions of a European city, and have a spooky old time whilst you’... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Travelling in Europe this Autumn? Here's Where to Go
October 23, 2018


In many ways, autumn is the perfect time to go travelling in Europe. Following the busiest periods during the summer months, many of the continent’s finest cities are much quieter and easier to navigate. There’s the added benefit, too, of enjoying the pleasant autumnal colours which decorate many of Europe’s stunning areas of natural beauty. Heading to some of Europe’s famous cities during this quieter period will also mean more reasonable prices on accommodation, travel and any activities. Restaurants and city squares will be much quieter too, so autumn truly is the perfect season to en... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. A Last Minute Break for Some Last Minute Sun
October 23, 2018


Today I have a very easy task: to convince you to take a spontaneous, whirlwind, last minute break to Portugal and enjoy the very end of summer in Europe. The rest of the UK have accepted winter, but not you. Chase that summer feeling with a cheeky trip to explore the cultural delights of Portugal. Is it Hot Enough? This is the question on everyone’s lips and, though I wouldn’t worry too much about getting sunburned, the mild temperatures of Portugal in October are perfect for exploring. In the middle of the summer temperatures soar making sightseeing more chore than charming. H... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Historical Stop Overs Along the River Marne
October 23, 2018


If you want to spend your holiday immersed in the fascinating history and culture of a region, then look no further than French river cruises in the Marne Valley. This article will reveal just three of the incredible historical sites you’ll visit on a cruise on the Marne. Reims Cathedral This impressive Gothic monument is visited by millions of tourists every year. However, you are unlikely to feel cramped within its towering stone walls. The building has a rich history dating back to the 1200s and the town of Reims itself has been an important city since Classical Antiquity. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. French River Cruise Highlights on the Loire
October 23, 2018


A gentle jaunt along the waterways of France is a great way to experience some of the country’s cultural highlights. To whet your appetite, this article will describe just a few of the heritage sites you will encounter. The best French river cruises in the country are bound to include visits to the following places. Châteaux of Chenonceau, Amboise and Clos Lucé The Loire Valley is renowned for its incredible châteaux. These three should be at the top of your to-visit list as they ooze French elegance and bring to life the region’s fascinating past. • Chenonceau Of all... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Exploring the North of France by River Boat
October 23, 2018


The best French river cruises take place in regions full of historical significance. This means there is plenty to see and do without travelling too far. Here are just three of the highlights of a cruise that takes place where the River Oise joins the River Seine. There is something a little magical about the place where two rivers meet, and this is no exception. The area inspired generations of artists and will inspire you too. Auvers sur Oise The idyllic town of Auvers sur Oise casts its gentle spell over many of the visitors who roam its charming streets today. However, it is most... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Hyatt Carmel Highlands Announces Forks. Corks. Action! 2019 Winemaker Dinners
October 23, 2018


Hyatt Carmel Highlands announces the first quarter schedule for its popular Forks.Corks.Action! Carmel, CA, October 23, 2018 - Hyatt Carmel Highlands announces the first quarter schedule for its popular Forks.Corks.Action! Winemaker Series for 2019 in the legendary Wine Room. Learn, swirl, sip and enjoy! Meet the winemakers and enjoy a four-course dinner with wine paired with each course. During the series, winemakers will discuss the history, culture and qualities of the featured wines from Monterey and Santa Cruz County that will accompany Executive Chef Chris Vacca’s seasonal, loc... (read more)

Author: John Paul

10. Different Ways to Experience Pokhara
October 22, 2018


Tourism In Nepal trekkers who flock with sights set on rising the famous peaks in the world, namely to the Himalayas Mt Everest. A conventional route to Everest direct you through Kathmandu and to Sagarmatha National Park and Lukla on the eastern side of the country. Even the Annapurna Mountains sit off with their base for trekking being the city of Pokhara, to the west of Kathmandu. Pokhara is a destination in and of itself, though many travelers use Pokhara only as a leaping off point for their treks. Either A trip or a bus journey from the capital, Pokhara is the polar opposite of Kath... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

11. Tattooed interiors
October 22, 2018


Sake Dojo in Los Angeles’ historic Little Tokyo neighbourhood gets inked in an unexpected way. Wick Architecture & Design + LAND Design Studio use the ancient art of Japanese tattooing to accomplish this… Deemed the largest Japan-town in the United States, the National Historic Landmark District boasts scores of traditional Japanese specialty-food restaurants. As Little Tokyo’s latest dining and drinking hot spot, Sake Dojo captures the vibe of a modern Tokyo establishment, while exploring the ancient art of Japanese tattooing as its dominant design motif. In homage to Sake Dojo’s “Ja... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

12. Five Romantic Getaway Ideas For Your Next Anniversary
October 20, 2018


Romantic getaways are meant for the most special celebrations in your life. They sit atop all of the little trips you and your significant other take because you’re celebrating the day you both decided to be with each other for good. The last thing you want to do is put little to no effort into planning a trip with your sweetheart because it will certainly feel just that shoddily put together. Your anniversary is not just some other day, and as such, your next celebratory romantic getaway shouldn’t be like others. But if you’re not very good about putting together trips as a whole, you mi... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

13. What You Should Know About Private Hill Country RV Sites
October 19, 2018


There are few things that get our blood pumping more than hitting the open road in an old-fashioned RV for some serious rest and relaxation. If you happen to be taking your RV adventure through the state of Texas, you’ll probably be wondering about private hill country RV sites and what they have to offer over other possible destinations in the Lone Star State. Before you decide to get your RV all revved up and ready to go, you probably need to get a little acquainted with the area you’ll be traveling in. After all, while there is a bit of romance in just “winging it”, there is also the v... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

14. Sail into Fall: The Best Autumnal Cruise Destinations
October 19, 2018


Maybe in your mind you associate cruises with the summer months and sigh with frustration at the thought of having to wait till next year for an adventurous voyage. You may be surprised to know that autumn is the actually the best time for some of the most stunning cruise opportunities. Besides the beautiful colours that nature puts out, it is the ideal time to squeeze in one last adventure before winter sets in. If you are gathering ideas for destinations worth sailing to in autumn, below is a list of places that you should definitely consider. Hawaii An all-year-round favourite, Ha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Kids on Cruises: The Best Lines for Families
October 19, 2018


If you have ever dreamed of travelling to the most exotic corners of the world on a cruise ship, having kids may have reined in your once-bold fantasies. However, you will be pleased to know that you can more let your dreams roam free again. A number of cruise lines offer voyages which are catered towards families with children, with everything from fantastic kids’ entertainment to activities for Mum and Dad – all at budget-sparing prices. Read on to discover some of the best choices for an exciting and memorable voyage for you and your little ones. Disney Disney is a name th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Snow Season's Coming: Why You Should Choose A Ski Lodge Now
October 18, 2018


Depending on where you are in the country, you’ve probably already been experiencing a nice nip in the air, which can only mean one thing — ski lodge booking time. Actually, let’s be honest, no one actually does this. I mean, it would be the most ideal thing to do if you and your family were actually planning an actual ski lodge getaway during the peak season. Unfortunately, many people leave things up to the last-minute, with less than ideal results. If you are the lucky person in charge of planning your next ski lodge adventure, now is the time to get cracking on planning your trip. The... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

17. Europe's Top Island Hops: Unique and Underrated
October 18, 2018


Europe holds the key to many a perfect island getaway and there’s no need to revisit the same old tourist sites year after year. Take the road less travelled and discover some wonderful hidden cultural and geographic gems that have escaped the claws of tourism. Whether you crave a bit of R&R in the glorious sunshine, love exploring charming side streets and alleys, or seek adventure hiking along mountainous paths, there is a European destination perfect for you. Just a few of the wonderful places waiting for you to explore, Hydra, Corsica and Gozo have so much to offer the keen adventure... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Insane Island Getaways: The Top Party Destinations
October 18, 2018


Has it been another tedious year of sitting in the library staring wistfully into the distance, picturing a long, hot, exam-free summer with your best pals? Don’t let your holiday pass you by this year with only a half-baked tan to show for it - get everyone together for an island getaway to remember forever, complete with beaches, beverages and boogieing! The Mediterranean is home to an incredible selection of party destinations, and with its naturally beautiful weather you’re most definitely in for a treat. We’ve picked the crème de la crème of Europe’s top clubbing destinations to get... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Our Favourite Local Festivals in Merry Mallorca
October 18, 2018


Heading to the Balearics for a short break this year? Splash some fun into your Mallorcan holiday by planning you visit to coincide with some of the exciting local festivals, which range from traditional religious commemorations to contemporary carnivals celebrating the arts of the island. Whether you like the sound of sampling delicious traditional food, or letting your hair down to have a dance, Mallorca has the festival for you – and you don’t even have to wait for the summer as the locals love to celebrate all year round. We’ve picked out our favourites to give you a taste of what’s ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Go Off Track and Discover Mallorca's Most Beautiful Small Towns
October 18, 2018


Mallorca is a beautiful island and has remained popular among summer holidaymakers for many years. However, despite this influx of travellers throughout the peak months, many tend to disregard the hidden gems that lie further afield from the central tourist spots. Here are some of the most authentic towns and villages just waiting to be explored by those who enjoy a more off-the-beaten-track holiday experience. Galilea If you enjoy exceptional views from high mountain peaks, then the tiny village of Galilea must be added to your itinerary. Set 460m above sea level, this beaut... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Festivals to Keep the Party Going in Mallorca
October 18, 2018


The Balearic Island of Mallorca is home to so much more than just sun, sea and sand. For some holidaymakers it is the festivals and the buzzing nightlife that makes Mallorca such a popular destination. Throughout the entire year the island hosts a range of diverse celebrations, so if you prefer to travel off-peak, this is a fantastic location. Here are some festival favourites that might take your fancy if you’re thinking about a Mallorca holiday… Festes de Sant Sebastia This two-week-long party happens in January and celebrates the capital’s patron saint, St Sebastian. Known as... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Your Guide to Skiing in Courchevel - Whatever Your Level
October 18, 2018


Out of all the Alpine resorts to ski, Courchevel is often considered one of the greatest. Set across four villages, the resort offers a range of stunning north-facing pistes with beautiful snow, ripe for carving. Although rental chalets and hotels can very expensive in the resort, it is possible to find a deal and grab some accommodation that gives you access to the diverse array of slopes for varying levels. Beginners With plenty of inter-mountain competition between ski schools and around a thousand instructors at peak season, beginners could not be better catered for in Courchevel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Have You Considered a Self-Catered Ski Holiday in Courchevel?
October 18, 2018


Courchevel is regarded as one of the very best ski resorts in the world, boasting great snow, diverse slopes and a luxurious atmosphere. For those same reasons, though, it can also be rather taxing on the wallet. And yet, with a bit of savvy, research and preparation, there are good-value gems to be found across the four villages that make up the resort. The cheapest type of accommodation is the DIY self-catering option. Carve through the fresh snow during the day, then settle in for a cosy homemade meal at night. You can find plenty of warm and welcoming apartments that give you the cha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Courchevel: Which Village Should You Choose for Your Ski Holiday?
October 18, 2018


Courchevel is a gift for snow sports enthusiasts. The series of villages that make up the resort are centred on a few divine north-facing bowls in prime position in the Three Valleys ski area, covered with the best snow imaginable, buttressed by less acute slopes further down and lush forests at the bottom. It’s the ideal location for anyone looking for somewhere to eat, sleep and ski. Courchevel has it all: slopes for advanced skiers, those of intermediate ability and beginners too. The only issue is that everyone knows this. Not only is the resort very busy, but expensive as well. Bolst... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. The Boldest Bucket List: Where to Go for Adventure
October 15, 2018


We all have a travel bucket list and, if you are anything like me, you are constantly adding new destinations. There are so many amazing, unique places to visit and so little time! I’m not going to make choosing your next trip any easier because today I am sharing three of my top bucket list destinations. These are awesome places for adventure travellers to visit, whether it is hiking in the mountains, making a splash with a variety of water sports or exploring urban centres that gets your blood pumping. Australia I would be shocked if a trip down under wasn’t already on your l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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