Category: Travel Miscellany

11 ideas for Valentine's Day in London

11 ideas for Valentine’s Day in London

Following the hustle and bustle of the Festive season, Valentine’s Day offers the perfect excuse to unwind and relax in luxury with that special someone in your life. London hosts some of the world’s most romantic hotels and restaurants that can help to create the perfect break for just the two of you. This great […]

Beautiful footage from Australia

Beautiful footage from Australia

Ever needed inspiration to visit Australia?  Sit back and watch this for 3 minutes. Put together by Pleasetakemeto.com, it shows some beautiful aerial footage taken from all over the country, showing off its diverse nature – cities, beaches, the Outback and more – in a way you perhaps haven’t seen it before.  Does it inspire […]

Top 10 things to do in Barbados for couples

Top 10 things to do in Barbados for couples

Barbados is one of the best destinations in the Caribbean to escape with your significant other. If you’re travelling to this exotic island, you’ll find isolated beaches, stunning subterranean caves, and hundreds of other unique and interesting places to see with your partner. From the best places to catch the Caribbean sunset to the island’s best […]

The top 4 mountain restaurants in Meribel

The top 4 mountain restaurants in Meribel

When you are enjoying a fabulous day on the slopes of Meribel, there is no need to drop back into the resort when you start to get peckish at lunchtime. There are a variety of mountain restaurants for you to enjoy before carrying on with your day’s skiing. Here are our top four: The Nuvoself […]

The world's biggest snowball fight!

The world’s biggest snowball fight!

The Quebec Winter Carnival, celebrating its 60th year , is asking Quebec’s population to participate in the world’s biggest snowball fight. The goal is 6,000 participants. If you feel like going along, the even will be held on 1st February – the first Saturday of the carnival, from noon to 4.00 pm, on the Plains […]

The ultimate Super Bowl travel package costing up to $500,000

The ultimate Super Bowl travel package costing up to $500,000

Thanks to a recently formed partnership between No Limit Air, Wings Air Helicopters and Safe Rides Unlimited high-rollers can now go above and beyond with the greatest Super Bowl travel package of all time. The experience begins with a flight on a G650, the most technologically advanced business aircraft in the sky, decked out with your […]

5 amazing carnivals in Catalonia, Spain

5 amazing carnivals in Catalonia, Spain

There’s no need to travel to Rio to have a fantastic time at a carnival, you can join in on some serious festivities during carnival time in Catalonia, Spain. In the country where fiestas and carnivals are integral to the culture; Catalonia, which is considered by many to be the gastronomic capital, is also the […]

Love and luxury: your guide to the best Valentine’s Day cocktails

Love and luxury: your guide to the best Valentine’s Day cocktails

Whether you’re travelling this Valentine’s Day or you’re just looking to bring a little holiday spirit into an evening at home with a loved one, there’s always room for a cocktail. To help you add some loved-up glamour to your evening, we’ve teamed up with Oriole Ruiz, bartender at Dubai’s Salero Tapas & Bodega in […]

A guide to snow polo in Europe

A guide to snow polo in Europe

Polo is a sport steeped in history from all corners of the globe, with a reputation for its glamorous events and high-end hospitality. In 1985, a winter variation was introduced in St Moritz where the playing field took the form of a frozen lake covered in compacted snow. Since its first induction twenty-eight years ago, […]

Interview with Alvaro Rey, Area General Manager of InterContinental in London

Interview with Alvaro Rey, Area General Manager of InterContinental in London

Alvaro began his career at InterContinental Medellin in his native country of Colombia in 1984 and has remained with the company ever since. During this time he has held prestigious positions across North and South America, Middle East, Australia and Europe. What is it that you do exactly? I have been General Manager of the […]

New Year’s Eve in the Philippines

New Year’s Eve in the Philippines

A few days before 31st December, a local newspaper in Manila reported that in the Philippines, New Year’s Eve is all about noise. Wherever you are and whoever you’re with the main thing is to make it LOUD. When I arrived in the country at the end December, there were already plenty of noisy preparations […]

5 of the hottest speakeasies in Paris

5 of the hottest speakeasies in Paris

Perhaps it’s Boardwalk Empire, perhaps it’s the exclusivity, or perhaps it’s simply the eternal attraction of all that is clandestine – either way, hidden bars haven’t been this in vogue since the time when they were actually a necessity. Here are 5 of the hottest speakeasies in Paris – where speaking is not often so […]

Special feature: Sheraton Macao Hotel, Macau

Special feature: Sheraton Macao Hotel, Macau

In Macau, the Las Vegas of the East, bigger is better. Going by that simple judgement, the 3,896 room Sheraton Macao Hotel on the Cotai Strip, the largest Sheraton in the world, is one of the city’s top hotels. But there is more to this sprawling behemoth than meets the eye. Underneath the overlapping layers […]

3 rules to know about tipping before you go overseas

3 rules to know about tipping before you go overseas

Tipping is such a culture-based practice. The way you usually tip at home is not the way other people tip at theirs, and it is important to know the unspoken rules of tipping before you go overseas. In some countries, tipping is a must. Some cultures require a minimum of 15% of the total bill for […]

The best culinary destination you've never heard of

The best culinary destination you’ve never heard of

The culinary map is, shall we say, peppered with well known and well tread “must see” destinations: cities such as Paris, New York, London, Bangkok and Sydney to name but a few, and more rural or regional destinations such as Provence, Basque Country, Napa Valley and Tuscany. But there’s one rising star on the Spanish […]

Chile at its best

Chile at its best

Ever thought about visiting Chile? If this video doesn’t tempt you, we’re not sure what will!  Put together by the official tourism guide chile.travel, it shows you just not the capital but also delves deeper into the country, offering insights into a land with a unique geography with its many islands and fjords as well […]

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