Category: Going Out

Photograph of the week: Concord Point lighthouse on Independence Day

Photograph of the week: Concord Point lighthouse on Independence Day

Concord Point lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse in Maryland that the public is allowed to access, sits bayside in the city Havre de Grace, Maryland. Historic Havre de Grace is a great place for tourists and locals alike to experience authentic Maryland seafood, boating, fishing and events throughout the year. This photo was taken over Independence […]

5 experiences not to miss in Hungary's Budapest

5 experiences not to miss in Hungary’s Budapest

Often referred to as the Pearl of the Danube, or The Heart of Europe, these warm and rich labels sit at the core of Budapest. It’s rich in history and heritage, yet full of a youthful energy and vibrancy. A fizzing nightlife, great restaurants and a diversity of activities that include relaxing river cruises and thermal baths, ice skating, exploring […]

Top 4 museums you might not know in Paris

Top 4 museums you might not know in Paris

Every tourist has heard of le Louvre, le Musée d’Orsay or le centre Georges Pompidou. Though they are among the top world museums, you might wish during your stay in Paris to discover less famous and less crowded places. Here is our selection of four of the best museums in Paris that you might not know […]

Two treasures in Bali, Island of the Gods

Two treasures in Bali, Island of the Gods

If you’re looking for somewhere to truly relax, then spare a thought for Bali and the luxurious accommodation on offer from Tjendana Villas – a collection of six unique properties, all finished to a high standard. Among the group is The Club Villas in the heart of Seminyak, combining Balinese living with modern touches, and […]

A guide to the temples of Bagan - the best secret spots

A guide to the temples of Bagan – the best secret spots

Situated in the Mandalay Region of Burma (Myanmar) is the ancient and fascinating city of Bagan. During its heyday, between the 11th and 13th centuries, more than 10,000 Buddhist monasteries, temples and pagodas were constructed there and several thousands of these buildings can still be seen and visited today in a surreal and fascinating display. […]

24 hours in Lecce: 10 things to do and see

24 hours in Lecce: 10 things to do and see

Lecce is an ancient and beautiful city known as the ‘Florence of the South’ because of its ornate Baroque buildings made from the pale-coloured local stone, called pietra leccese. It is one of the most important cities of Italy’s Apulia (Puglia) region, and also the capital of Lecce province. This lively city is buzzing with […]

Top 4 Northern Territory experiences

Top 4 Northern Territory experiences

Australia’s Northern Territory is the home of unique and adventurous experiences. A place that is known for its incredible natural beauty, vast and changeable landscapes and an unfathomably long history; the Northern Territory has everything you need for the trip of a lifetime. From wetland safari to desert exploration, here’s a list of our favourite […]

4 days in Mykonos

4 days in Mykonos

Mykonos has always been a wonderful juxtaposition between traditional life and a cosmopolitan jet set lifestyle. By the 1950s the island was already among ‘the’ most fashionable destinations for celebrities from all over the world. Tale also has it that the rocks have a unique energy capable of soothing the soul and lightening the mood […]

London for less with Corinthia Hotels

London for less with Corinthia Hotels

If you’re considering a break in England’s capital city any time soon, check out the luxurious Corinthia Hotel London where you can enjoy three nights for the price of just two thanks to the Corinthia Hotels Annual Sale. To take advantage, though, you must book before 27th February 2015. Perfectly situated in the city with […]

4 luxurious ways to detox in Britain

4 luxurious ways to detox in Britain

Detoxing doesn’t have to be all virtuous sacrifices and gruelling regimes. Today people in Britain are more health conscious than ever and there are plenty of ways to treat yourself to a deep-cleanse that are not just enjoyable, but luxurious. Just in time to save you from breaking those resolutions, here are four of the […]

Heading for Tokyo and Singapore... your recommendations, please!

Heading for Tokyo and Singapore… your recommendations, please!

Next week I shall be travelling to Tokyo and Singapore courtesy of ANA – All Nippon Airways. I’m really looking forward to the trip as it’ll be my first time in each of these destinations. I’ve done a fair bit of reseach, gathering ideas on what to see and do, but obviously I’d like to […]

3 ways to experience your last night in France... in Chantilly

3 ways to experience your last night in France… in Chantilly

There are many reasons to stay in Chantilly before leaving France – not the least being the location of this charming historic town, 25 minutes from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport. Chantilly in fact abounds with hidden treasures, above and beyond its special value for lovers of horseraces (the famous Diane-Longines Prize is in June, […]

A light-hearted look at the top 5 luxury travel trends for 2015

A light-hearted look at the top 5 luxury travel trends for 2015

The start of the new year is always a time for the travel industry to review data (or consult crystal balls) and present predictions for the top trends influencing travel in the coming year. Some of these trends grow year on year and 2015 is no exception; for example, immersive experiences summed up by the […]

12 hours in Athens

12 hours in Athens

Over the last few years, Athens has become a popular city break destination with its visitors looking to discover the new while still paying tribune to the old. The city beyond the classical era has more to show as innovation blends in with creativity and modern elements. From upcoming neighborhoods to artists, restaurants, bars and […]

6 original ways to explore Paris on foot

6 original ways to explore Paris on foot

Even if you are a regular visitor to Paris, you may well be enticed into enjoying one of these special walking tours, each offering the chance to gain more knowledge while, at the same time, exploring this wonderful, and very walkable, city. Here are six original ways to explore Paris on foot. 1. Paris by […]

Interview with Francesca Long, Web Editor of Easyvoyage UK

Interview with Francesca Long, Web Editor of Easyvoyage UK

Originally from the UK but recently expatriated to the French capital, I am slowly relearning the Parisian way of life (having done a brief six-month stint here two years ago). I’ve been lucky enough to get a flavour for life all over the place, most recently in Havana, and jumped at the chance to return […]

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