Category: Going Out

10 of the best virtual tours so you can still explore the world

10 of the best virtual tours so you can still explore the world

Recently, I sat and thought about some of the reasons why I travel (and these days I have more time to sit, and think, than to travel). I realized a few interesting things. Why do I travel? Well, clearly to escape and explore. But, also to embrace and understand other cultures, to free my mind, […]

Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Sexten Dolomites, Italy

Photograph of the week: Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Sexten Dolomites, Italy

Whilst Italy starts to see a partial easing of its lockdown restrictions, amidst mixed emotions of fear and joy, we hope that scenes like this will soon be more accessible to everyone. On August 21, 1869, Paul Grohmann (alongside guides Franz Innerkofler and Peter Salche), completed the first ever ascent of Cima Grande, the highest […]

Yellowstone Great Fountain Geyser, Wyoming

Photograph of the week: Great Fountain Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA

They say good things come to those who wait and that is exactly what we are having to do at the moment. And while we don’t (seriously) propose waiting 50 years to see a geyser erupt – quite literally: the Steamboat Geyser in Yellowstone National Park lay dormant from 1911 to 1961 without so much […]

10 art galleries and museums you can still visit... virtually

10 art galleries and museums you can still visit… virtually

As Thomas Merton, famed writer, poet, and American Trappist monk once said, “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time”. Never has there been a better time to lose ourselves in art, to admire and acknowledge perspectives different from our own. To be in awe of another’s talent, whether past, […]

10 dream-worthy locations where you can swim in the natural pools of the Canary Islands

10 dream-worthy locations where you can swim in the natural pools of the Canary Islands

Swimming in the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic is always a pleasure. This experience turns into something truly unforgettable when you swim in one of the strikingly beautiful natural pools of the Canary Islands. With most of us confined to our homes for the past month, it’s safe to say that we could all use […]

Supporting New York's bars, cafés and restaurants with 'Dine in NYC'

Supporting New York’s bars, cafés and restaurants with ‘Dine in NYC’

NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization, today announced the launch of Dine in NYC. The digital initiative encourages those who are able to, to continue to patronize more than 200 select, currently open bars, cafés and restaurants—located in 62 neighborhoods across all five boroughs and serving 27 distinct cuisines*—by gathering the […]

6 Chilean sights, places and activities to see on your trip

6 Chilean sights, places and activities to see on your trip

In this current coronavirus climate, our minds wander to where we should next go once this has all ended and travelling is a joy once again. Maybe you’ll look for culture, or places to truly get away from it all. Or how about natural landscapes that will take your breath away. I believe Chile has […]

Planning a family visit to Paris, post COVID-19

Planning a family visit to Paris, post COVID-19

With more time on our hands, now is a great opportunity to get inspiration for your next trip to Paris! Planning a visit to Paris with the entire family? As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, The French capital welcomes million of visitors a year, including many families with children. Paris […]

Culinary excellence is still available in San Francisco

Culinary excellence is still available in San Francisco

Under the current shelter-in-place order, people in San Francisco still get to dine on some of the best food anywhere as the city’s restaurants retool their culinary excellence for takeout service. Here are just some of the many ways San Francisco is combining culinary resilience and innovation. Gourmet takeaways There are adored eateries in every […]

9 ways to teach your kids about Florida's Historic Coast without leaving home

9 ways to teach your kids about Florida’s Historic Coast without leaving home

St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra Beach is a fun place to learn about history and nature. As the health and safety of residents and visitors to the area is paramount, Florida’s Historic Coast is committed to providing travellers with accurate and timely information about travelling to the area safely. In this time of personal isolation, […]

Plan your holidays to Ecuador: an active vacation in the Andes

Plan your holidays to Ecuador: an active vacation in the Andes

As almost all of us are quarantined at home and probably looking for something different and useful to read or to do, we have prepared a small itinerary that can help you plan your next vacation in 2021. Ecuador is most known for the Galapagos Islands, but truth be told, Ecuador offers a wide variety […]

Hurghada opens its first Pharaonic museum

Hurghada opens its first Pharaonic museum

Just because we can’t leave our homes, doesn’t mean we can’t go on an adventure! We need to turn-on our dreams’ generators; one way or another, this period will pass. The COVID-19 lockdowns will end-up and we will –defiantly – start to travel again. Then, our travel dreams will back on the “come-true” mood. Get […]

How to take a virtual trip Down Under

How to take a virtual trip Down Under

While the global coronavirus pandemic has meant travel plans and holidays have had to come to a halt, keen travellers can still explore many different parts of Australia – all without leaving their homes. Whether it’s a live stream of baby koalas, cooking experiences with Australia’s top chefs, music from some of the country’s most […]

32 ways travel businesses are helping during the current crisis

32 ways travel businesses are helping during the current crisis

What a month it has been. Amid all the doom and gloom of the coronavirus pandemic, there are some positive stories that deserve to be heard, many of which come from within one of the industries most severely hit: travel. Sadly, these are often overlooked, so here I share with you just a small handful […]

An essential 7 point roadmap to the re-discovery of Rome and Lazio

An essential 7 point roadmap to the re-discovery of Rome and Lazio

I live in Italy, in Rome. My family lives in the north. With the outbreak of the coronavirus, we find ourselves in the eye of the storm. It’s all incredibly calm. Streets are empty. Churches are empty. The cafes and piazzas are empty. There are only people lined up outside the supermarkets. Ten people at […]

La Palma in the Canary Islands

Future travel inspiration: the unspoiled Spanish island of La Palma

The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has certainly had a profound impact on the travel industry in a way that has never been experienced before.  With travel professionals seeing a sudden downturn in people exploring the world, now is perhaps a time to re-evaluate what travellers may be looking to experience when holidays can, once again, […]