• Zurich – A liveable city

    by  • September 18, 2017

    I exited the train station tired, dirty and disorientated at 8am that Friday morning. After trying to sleep on a train hurtling through Germany I wasn’t 100% ready for my next adventure, but here I am. I make my way through town along the river, passing the bicycles and trams carrying commuters to work;...

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    Lucerne – A fairytale city in the heart of the Swiss Alps

    by  • September 14, 2017

    Combine a visit to Lucerne with a trip on the world famous Glacier Express train. Switzerland has to rank as one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. Over 60% of the country is mountainous, with the Alps taking up the central and southern-most areas. In all seasons the scenery is stunning, whether you’re...

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    Day trip from Milan to Lake Como

    by  • September 12, 2017

    Lake Como has always been a top destination for celebrities and the wealthy of the world but I feel like recently it’s become a point of interest for all travellers. I’ve heard four of my friends visit in the last few months which got me thinking; is Lake Como in fashion in 2017? I...

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    Plitvice National Park – Day trip from Zagreb

    by  • September 11, 2017

    Plitvice is a little spot of paradise in the centre of Croatia, far from most of Croatia’s well known cities and close to the Bosnian border. It’s been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979 and a National Park since 1949, however in the 90’s the Croatian War of Independence saw the park added...

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    A stay in Gdansk would make a fascinating short break

    by  • August 30, 2017

    Poland has never been so popular and Gdansk is a refreshingly different city-break destination. Gdansk lies on Poland’s Baltic Coast and offers visitors a wealth of history, architecture and culture. The attractive gabled townhouses and pavement cafés of the old town make this a perfect choice for anyone wanting to get to discover one...

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    Make a Visit to Seville and Granada a “Must Do” this Autumn

    by  • August 24, 2017

    The off-peak months are the best time to visit these two incredible cities Anyone living in the north-west of England who is thinking of taking a city -break this autumn just has to give serious consideration to two of the great Andalusian cities – Seville and Granada.  From 30th October, Ryanair will be running...

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    Bordeaux is alive with music, dance and art this Summer

    by  • August 2, 2017

    Always a lively city, Bordeaux has plenty of cultural events to interest visitors this year. Bordeaux has always been a dynamic, cosmopolitan city and this year there are a large number of special events taking place.  These include exhibitions, concerts, festivals and fairs. Lying on the River Garonne, this elegant city is also an...

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