We all know winter can be long and dreary, and without tans, blue seas and long warm summer nights, it can often make you want to stay inside and cosy up underneath a blanket. But why stay inside when you have Europe at your door! Yes winter in Europe doesn’t have the allure as what summer may have but don’t let that stop you. Snow falling on historic buildings, mulled wine and Europe’s most epic sights, trust us winter is where it’s at!
Still unsure? See our top 5 perks of travelling in winter!
Follow your taste buds around Europe and sample the yummiest food from every country! From rich desserts in Austria to iconic street food in Germany – you’ll want to try it all!
See our ultimate top picks, in no particular order (because how can you decide?!):
Have you ever thought about going on a group travel tour, but cringed at the thought of being herded around by a guide waving a flag at you? Well you couldn’t be more wrong! Group tours are all about immersing yourself in a new countries and having an absolute blast with your new friends. Nothing like the stereotype at all!
So let’s bust those group travel myths that have been floating around, and see why a group tour will be the BEST trip ever!
And just like that, summer is over! But good news, there is still plenty of cities to travel to especially in the winter time! And you’ll get some fantastic perks: less crowds, less sunburn and you’ll also get to see cities covered in snow and festive lights! Move over summer, because your winter travel adventure awaits!
Check out our top five winter destinations you should add to your travel bucket list:
Just like out of a fairytale, Cappadocia is every bit as magical as you think it would be. From moon-like landscapes to underground cities, it’s definitely a region that should be high up on your travel bucket list.
See our top reasons why you should visit Cappadocia:
Every country has their iconic landmark, from The Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt to the Parthenon in Greece. For Jordan, its most famous attraction is the historical and archaeological city of Petra. This breath-taking rose coloured city has been around since 312 BC, and is a national symbol of the city (and so it should be). However, once you have visited Petra, there is still plenty of other attractions in Jordan that will leave you with the same WOW feeling!
See our top attractions other than Petra that are definitely worth adding to your itinerary!
You’ve decided to take the plunge, and book that trip of a lifetime! You’re dreaming of riding a camel through the Saharan desert or sailing along the Croatian coastline. The only problem is, for one reason or another, your friends have backed out of the travel plans and you’ll have to do it solo. But don’t fret, travelling solo can be one of the most rewarding, and without sounding too cliché, life-changing experiences you’ll ever have!
Leave your solo travel worries out the door, as we tell you what we learnt whilst travelling solo and why it will be the best thing you’ll ever do. Read more…
It’s seriously hard to take a bad photo in Morocco. Sweeping desert, ancient architecture, bustling streets, epic mountain ranges, and seaside towns it’s no wonder Morocco sets everyone’s wanderlust (and cameras) on fire.
So if you want to step up your insta game, see our top 10 most instagramable spots in Morocco:
A festival about beer? Now that’s something we can definitely get involved in! Munich’s iconic festival, Oktoberfest which attracts 6 million people over 15 days in September and October each year. Drink beer (and lots of it), smell the giant brez’n (pretzel) freshly baking, and join roaring crowds cheering and chanting and you’ll begin to understand the incredible experience that is Oktoberfest.
Not that you need any more reasons to go, here’s our top 5 that will make you want to be part this once in a lifetime Munich Beerfest: Read more…