Category: Attractions

3 nights in Cape Town and 10 things to do

3 nights in Cape Town and 10 things to do

On a recent trip to South Africa, we had three nights in Cape Town before heading out to the Eastern Cape for a safari experience at the Shamwari Game Reserve.  Cape Town has to rank as one of my favourite cities in the world – it offers so much variety and here is a whirlwind […]

Mexico: East vs West

Mexico: East vs West

Mexico. A country with a vibrant soul and colourful contrasts; Mexico has much to offer – whichever coast you choose. Whether it is the sun-soaked eastern coastline dripping with Mayan history or the laid-back-luxe vibe of the Baja California facing the Pacific Ocean; choosing between the two could be one of life’s sweetest travel dilemmas. […]

A few sacred places in Paris where you can listen to music

A few sacred places in Paris where you can listen to music

There are only a few sacred places in Paris where you can only occasionally listen to some music in a historical surrounding. La Sainte-Chapelle, located under the Conciergerie, where Björk gave once a live performance, usually hosts concerts during the New Year period and it’s a very good occasion to enter this mystical place during […]

Photograph of the week: Lake Tangra Yumco, Tibet

Photograph of the week: Lake Tangra Yumco, Tibet

Lake Tangra Yumco is a beautiful natural creature in Tibet that frequented by millions of nature lovers throughout the year. One of the key attractions of Lake Tangra Yumco is its water that changes in three different colours in a day. Coupled with the mountainous range along the lake, the region is the best place […]

Iconic French Pompidou Centre branches out to Malaga, Spain

Iconic French Pompidou Centre branches out to Malaga, Spain

Yet another reason to visit Malaga! Malaga is one of those oft overlooked cities, underrated and underappreciated even amongst other Andalusian capitals such as Seville and Granada. Many people might be surprised to learn, for example, that Malaga has some thirty museums and a combined cultural offering only surpassed by Madrid and Barcelona in Spain. […]

5 reasons why the North of England is awesome

5 reasons why the North of England is awesome

There’s been a lot of talk lately about divisions between the North and South of the UK and, even though Scotland has made up its mind, England still has a North-South dilemma of its own. On this note, Virgin Trains have launched a new campaign which is all about ‘Arriving Awesome’ to your destination and, […]

5 places to 'pop the question' in Napa Valley

5 places to ‘pop the question’ in Napa Valley

Napa Valley is America’s wine capital and one of California’s top luxury travel destinations. It is also a splendid place to ‘pop the question’ to the love of your life. There are so many things to think about when you’re asking a person to marry you. Everything has to be right, especially the setting. But […]

6 of Spain's best Cava tours

6 of Spain’s best Cava tours

A little bit like “the rain in Spain stays mainly on the plain”, so does the Spanish version of Champagne. Cava, which was considered for a long time to be the poor person’s Champagne, has increased dramatically in popularity over the last few years. Of course there are differences between Champagne and Cava, that both […]

5 Las Vegas experiences you won't want to miss

5 Las Vegas experiences you won’t want to miss

Viva Las Vegas! What a city. I’ve been once in my life. Some would say that’s once too many, but no doubt they’re imagining scenes from The Hangover! Are they right though? Is Vegas really that one dimensional? I decided to consult with one of our insiders, a lady by the name of Amy Firmani. […]

Photograph of the week: The Taj Mahal from the Garden of the Moon

Photograph of the week: The Taj Mahal from the Garden of the Moon

The Moon Garden of Agra, located right across the river from the Taj Mahal, is one of the best places to see the famous structure. The garden features remains of what many people believe was the start of a replica Taj Mahal to be built in black. While that has never been confirmed, there are […]

5 great reasons to visit Namibia

5 great reasons to visit Namibia

Until very recently, Namibia was a fairly unknown entity to most of the rest of the world. With a total population of just over two million dispersed across a country four times the size of Britain and largely consisting of arid desert and Africa’s most inhospitable coastline, it is perhaps not hard to see why […]

The top 6 sites in Jaipur, Rajasthan

The top 6 sites in Jaipur, Rajasthan

Visiting India can feel like a whirlwind of old culture mixed with modern times; where cities boast sprawling malls, but you can still see bull-drawn carriages pulling cargo alongside rural farm land. As much of this mishmash can be seen as confusing, entering the walls of Jaipur in the Indian state of Rajasthan, takes you […]

The coast of California: a magnificent seven

The coast of California: a magnificent seven

The Pacific Highway between San Francisco and Los Angeles is one of the most scenic drives on the planet, a natural challenger to such famous jaw-droppers as Australia’s Great Ocean Drive between Adelaide and Melbourne, the Icefields Parkway in the Canadian Rockies and the Amalfi Coast of Italy. Here are just seven of its pageant […]

The perfect guide to a mother-daughter bonding weekend in Paris

The perfect guide to a mother-daughter bonding weekend in Paris

As Audrey Hepburn said “Paris is always a good idea”, although we think that she should’ve added “especially with your daughter”! Paris is the perfect place for some mother and daughter bonding where you can take a break, experience life as a Parisian, and leave with memories that will last a lifetime. Here you will […]

Photograph of the week: The Cloud Gate, Downtown Chicago

Photograph of the week: The Cloud Gate, Downtown Chicago

The Cloud Gate, better know locally and affectionately as The Bean, is a surreal, giant reflective structure in downtown Chicago that brings the tourists flocking for this skewed vision of the Windy City’s skyline. Designed by Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor and dominating the AT&T Plaza in Millennium Park, The Bean throws back crazy images […]

Explore Lake Charles, Louisiana in luxurious style!

Explore Lake Charles, Louisiana in luxurious style!

When most people travel to Louisiana it usually goes something like this: 1. head straight to New Orleans; 2. eat (at overpriced, touristy spots) and drink (way too many watered-down Hurricane cocktails) alongside swarms of other tourists on Bourbon Street; 3. stay wherever you can get reservations in the French Quarter and never leave the area. However, […]

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