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!
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…
Guess what? The weather is warming up in Europe. Winning! Summer officially starts on the 21st of June which is just around the corner. Europe offers everything, it’s a playground that suits everyone. From beaches, to culture, to history, to natural marvels, it has something for everyone. Scratching your head with what things to do in Europe this summer? We’ve compiled a little list for you to get your A into G and to help you get a move on with sussing your travel plans.
Here’s 35 activities to do in Europe this summer.
Okay, we’re just going to come out and say it – every bit of Greece is epically beautiful. From amazing beaches with turquoise waters, to craggy cliffs, to those unbeatable sunsets, to the classic blue and white buildings, Greece really does blow your mind. Island-hop your way through the Greek Islands and you’ll be in for a real treat! What’s even better? The 2018 European summer is fast approaching and for those who have dealt with the harsh UK winter, this is very much a blessing!
Here are 7 views in Greece that will most definitely tick your travel bucket lists and #lifegoals.
Belgrade, which means the “White City” is the capital and largest city of Serbia. It is located where the Danube River meets the Sava River and where the Pannonain Plain meets the Balkans. It’s a city where worlds collide, where prehistoric history fuses with medieval times, which again merge with the contemporary age. Evolving from its ruthless past and the collapse of communism, Belgrade is now becoming one of the foremost travel centres in south-eastern Europe. With rich culture, a buzzing nightlife and an easy-going Mediterranean pace, it’s not hard to see why.
Here are 12 fascinating facts about Belgrade.
The European summer is creeping up on us, which surely will put a big smile on your dial. Europe covers around 10,1800,00 square kilometres or roughly 2% of the Earth’s surface. It may be small size while but Europe sure packs a punch, and the world definitely knows about it. However, the apparent amazing weather, beaches, clear waters, party scenes, old towns, scenery, history, culture and cuisine doesn’t really phase us. In fact, why would you even want to visit such a place!?
Here are 7 reasons why you shouldn’t visit Europe this summer. Read more…
Macedonia, officially the Republic of Macedonia is located in the Balkan Peninsular and was previously part of Yugoslavia until they gained independence in 1991. It is a spectacular landlocked country that has an abundance of mountains, lakes, national parks and ancient towns with Ottoman and European architecture. Macedonia has a captivating past and complex national essence, where much of the country has yet to be explored and is a perfect destination for travellers looking to get off the beaten track of the typical European ventures.
Here are 15 facts about Macedonia.