Yes Christmas is nearly upon us but there’s still time to squeeze in a little more seasonal fun. Here guest writer and Berlin fan Susie Luff tells us about her favourite Christmas markets in Germany’s cool capital…Posted on: December 23rd in Seasonal Travel by Graham Padmore.
Thankfully we can’t think of too many times the weather has played havoc with our travel plans, but when Scotland and the east coast of England experienced its worst storms in 30 years the day before a train trip to see the Christmas markets in Edinburgh, things weren’t so looking good….Posted on: December 16th in Europe, Our Trips by Becky Padmore.
There is only one destination in the whole of mainland Europe where it is possible to ski in the morning and spend time on the beach in the afternoons….Posted on: December 16th in Travel by Graham Padmore.
Christmas in Ireland is a very serious business and Dublin being a fun city all year round makes an excellent travel destination to gather some seasonal cheer. Our writer and Dublin resident Emma Clair Kelly tells us why you should book your flights and your city centre hotels and head out to the Emerald Isle this December…Posted on: December 13th in Europe, Seasonal Travel, Travel by Emma Clair Kelly.
Do you ever have that feeling when you’ve been on the road a while you’re continually meeting the same types of travellers? You know the ones that would fit very neatly into stereotypes – the luxury traveller who wouldn’t been seen dead without her monogramed Louis Vuitton case or the thrill seeker…Posted on: December 13th in Travel by Becky Padmore.
Who says summer is the best time to visit Europe? When the winter arrives, the fun really starts and what better way to keep warm than donning ice skates and doing pirouettes under the stars? From natural lakes to handsome half-timber city centres, here are some of the most picturesque outdoor ice skating rinks in Europe…Posted on: December 10th in Europe by Graham Padmore.
he White Island may have a formidable reputation as a party spot for clubbers, but there’s so much more to this Balearic isle than boozing and Brit bars. From deserted beaches to prehistoric cave paintings, there are so many sights to see – jump in a car and head to one of these beautiful places to discover the real Ibiza…Posted on: December 10th in Travel, Travel Snobs by Graham Padmore.