The latest travel tips & inspiration on GlobalGrasshopper...

Off the beaten track: top five highlights of Colombia

Off the radar for many travellers, Colombia is a destination regularly overlooked by tourists who all too often veer towards its more prevalent South American neighbours. But there are plenty of reasons why you should give this country some serious consideration…

Posted on: June 27th in Travel by .

Five beautifully quirky places to stay

Are you looking for a hotel with a difference? Somewhere with personality and character? We’ve put together a list of five beautifully quirky places to stay around the world…

Posted on: June 24th in Cool Hotels, Travel by .

In BIG pictures: Burano island, Venetian Lagoon

When we took a trip to Venice last summer there was one place we had heard so much about but we just didn’t have the time to see. It maybe a small island, but Burano with its canals, colourful houses and traditional way of life, has a pretty big reputation. Thankfully for us our writer Lee had the time to venture a little further into the Ventian Lagoon earlier this year…

Posted on: June 20th in Europe by .

Beach hopping along the Turkish Riviera

Beach holidays and cultural adventures are not often two things that can be had simultaneously, unless of course you happen to be travelling the Mediterranean. The south west coast of Turkey, known as the Turkish Riviera, is a gorgeous mix of beautiful beaches and history. Start with the Lycian coast, making your way ultimately to Ölüdeniz for the ultimate Turkish beach-hopping holiday….

Posted on: June 20th in Europe, Travel by .

10 reasons why you should visit Universal Studios Florida

The ultimate travel destination for the young and the young at heart, you’ll never be as so entertained as when you’ll visit a theme park. If you’re a theme park fan you’ll probably won’t need anymore reasons to visit, but just in case here are 10 reasons to visit my favourite place to take my family, Universal Studios, Florida…

Posted on: June 20th in North America, Travel by .

Losing your heart in South Korea: 10 travel highlights

We love hearing from other travel bloggers and when the couple from Always Trekking contacted us we read their sweet background story and wanted to find out more. Both claim to have been infected with the travel bug quite early – Jonathan when kissing seals in the Galapagos Islands aged six and Natalia when rustling through the ruins of Acropolis aged five…

Posted on: June 17th in Asia, Travel by .

Travel ideas for couples, families and teenagers

There are some destinations that are just suited perfectly for specific people, from romantic cities that are ideal for a weekend away with the one you love to Europe’s hottest clubbing spots for the 18-25 set. Here are some of the best destinations for couples, families and teenagers..

Posted on: June 17th in Travel by .

In BIG Pictures: Bruges, Belgium

Overcrowded and a little too cute to some and perfectly preserved romantic medieval city to others, Bruges seems to divide opinons. Although thousands of visitors can’t be wrong and with a collection of attractive market squares, steep-gabled houses lining dreamy canals and winding cobbled streets…..

Posted on: June 13th in Europe, Our Trips by .

Wimbledon by numbers

It’s that time of year again! One of the most enduring quintessentially English sports events will be starting soon (24th June-7th July 2013), whether the sun is shining or not. Our sports loving travel writer Scott talks about Wimbledon in numbers…

Posted on: June 13th in Travel, UK by .

10 tips for picture-perfect travel photography

A camera is one of the most vital travel essentials – when exploring the world we all want to document our journey with a set of decent snaps. Our writer and photographer Holly, has a few handy tips on how to make good travel photos great…

Posted on: June 13th in Travel by .
 Page 33 of 71  « First  ... « 31  32  33  34  35 » ...  Last »