Category: Going Out

10 cosy Lake District pubs you really ought to visit

10 cosy Lake District pubs you really ought to visit

After a long day hiking, sailing or generally exploring the Lake District, what better way to unwind than with some delicious food and drink in the comfortable surroundings of a cosy Lake District pub?
Taste of Plitvice Lakes: Lička kuća restaurant

Taste of Plitvice Lakes: Lička kuća restaurant

The diet of the people of Lika in the past depended mostly on food that they had to grow themselves or that they could obtain in their surroundings. This is precisely what our chefs at Lička kuća have been guided by.
Experience the history of Munster Vales!

Experience the history of Munster Vales!

The nights might be getting darker earlier and the weather might be getting colder, but for anyone planning a visit to Munster Vales over the winter months there is still plenty to do and see in the region.
Short stay: Topaz Suite, Diamond Suites, Keflavik, Iceland

Short stay: Topaz Suite, Diamond Suites, Keflavik, Iceland

Occupying the uppermost floor of the already-renowned Hotel Keflavik, Diamond Suites Luxury Boutique Hotel is Iceland's first five star hotel and consists of a collection of individually-decorated suites.
Short stay: Hotel Keflavik, Keflavik, Iceland

Short stay: Hotel Keflavik, Keflavik, Iceland

Hotel Keflavik is a clean, funky and well-located 4-star hotel with a good restaurant. For us, it was perfect place to base ourselves for our last night in Iceland prior to an early morning flight.
A guide to the best weekend in Barcelona: Things to see and do

A guide to the best weekend in Barcelona: Things to see and do

If you’re looking for the perfect weekend away, look no further than Barcelona. From rooftop drinks, to up-all-night partying, this blog has you covered.
The future of vegan luxury travel in the Maldives

The future of vegan luxury travel in the Maldives

The seemingly never ending rise in the demand for vegan and plant based food shows no signs of slowing down. This global shift in the way that we eat has multiple benefits that are impossible to ignore.
FlyOver Iceland in Reykjavik - what to expect

FlyOver Iceland in Reykjavik - what to expect

FlyOver Iceland is one of Reykjavik's newer attractions, having opened in the Autumn of 2019 in the Grandi Harbor District, about a 20-minute walk from the city centre.
The 6 best golf holes and courses - Lake of the Ozarks

The 6 best golf holes and courses - Lake of the Ozarks

At first glance, with 1,150 miles of shoreline, the Lake of the Ozarks in central Missouri is obviously a boating and water mecca. But don't forget the golf.
6 of the best in Reykjavik, Iceland

6 of the best in Reykjavik, Iceland

If you are visiting Reykjavik and your time is limited, then here are some of the key things a first-time visitor will want to see.
Barrow Dock Museum

Lake District museums

The Lake District is famous for its breath-taking beauty and amazing landscapes, but it’s always worth having a cold or rainy day alternative up your sleeve.
What to expect from a trip to Reykjavik's Sky Lagoon, Iceland

What to expect from a trip to Reykjavik's Sky Lagoon, Iceland

Built into dark grey volcanic rock at Kópavogur, Sky Lagoon offers a 70-metre infinity-edged geothermal pool with stunning views of the North Atlantic as well as access to a unique seven-step ritual experience.
Whale watching from a luxury yacht off Reykjavik, Iceland

Whale watching from a luxury yacht off Reykjavik, Iceland

The cold waters off Iceland's coast support a variety of marine life and provide the perfect opportunity for whale watching, particularly during the period from April to September.
Short stay: Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik, Iceland

Short stay: Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel, Reykjavik, Iceland

The 88-bedroomed Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel is housed in a historic building in downtown Reykjavik and caters for both business and leisure travellers.
Seljalandsfoss waterfall in South Iceland - everything you need to know

Seljalandsfoss waterfall in South Iceland - everything you need to know

The extremely beautiful Seljalandsfoss waterfall tumbles into a flat area of meadowland and lies on the River Seljalandsá which emanates from the Eyjafjallajökull glacier.
Seljavallalaug swimming pool in South Iceland - everything you need to know

Seljavallalaug swimming pool in South Iceland - everything you need to know

Built in 1923 by a local man in order to teach Icelanders how to swim, Seljavallalaug swimming pool is one the oldest swimming pools in Iceland and enjoy a magical location in South Iceland.