Italy is a country that lives up to its reputation, meaning you are never far from something beautiful – a relic, a ruin, a romance. However the principal cities do suffer from an over saturation of tourists during peak season….Posted on: April 15th in Europe, Travel Snobs by Beth Pinches.
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We’ve just returned from a three day driving trip along the Causeway and the Glens, Northern Ireland. It’s easily the most iconic scenic stretch in Northern Ireland which encompasses the world famous Giants Causeway and several filming locations for the hit TV series Game of Thrones….Posted on: April 12th in Europe, Our Trips, Travel by Becky Padmore.
As well as thousands of years of history and culture, Europe is lucky enough to be home to some of best beaches in the world. A perennial package holiday favourite, millions flock to the continent each year but this does come with a price….Posted on: March 22nd in Europe, Travel, Travel Snobs by Becky Padmore.
The isolated, remote country located near the Arctic Circle is home to some of the most unique landscapes in the world, which is probably why it’s risen through the ranks to become one of Europe’s hottest travel destinations -Iceland has that mysterious……Posted on: March 11th in Europe, Our Trips by Becky Padmore.
Previously I had only visited Athens back in the summer of 2001 when I had visited to see England play in a world cup qualifier but actually hadn’t had the chance to explore so it was great to return as a guest of Discover Greece and really see what the Greek capital had to offer….Posted on: March 4th in Europe by Scott Balaam.
Stepping aside from mostly from the mainstream (but with a couple of old favourites thrown in for good measure) here are a few secretly fabulous European destinations that you’d be foolish not to add to your 2016 travel list….Posted on: March 1st in Europe by Al Hall.
I not sure whether it’s because the Greek capital doesn’t receive as much attention as say its main rival Rome or because of its recent troubles well documented the press, but I honestly didn’t expect to love Athens quite as much as I did. There’s….Posted on: February 3rd in Europe, Our Trips by Becky Padmore.
Known for its unsettled history, its cheap beer and its beautiful medieval architecture, in more recent years, the former Eastern European city has risen dramatically in the popularity stakes and now basks in the spotlight as one of Europe’s premier tourist destinations….Posted on: January 15th in Europe, Travel Snobs by Becky Padmore.
Sick of the usual Christmas re-runs and tepid turkey hangover? Here is a list of our collective favourite angelic advent destinations that we promise will put the magic back in to Yuletide for even the most stubborn of Christmas Grinches, all you have to do now is find that last minute deal and book…Posted on: December 17th in Europe by Beth Pinches.
Launch of “The Smile of the Sun” documentary – from the extreme cold of Greenland to the Canary Islands
A couple of weeks ago we were contacted by the Canary Tourist Board about a documentary they had made named “La sonrisa del sol” (or the English title “The smile of the sun”). The documentary is a beautifully made….Posted on: December 11th in Europe by Becky Padmore.