• Transport

    Ryanair Reduces Checked-In Bag Fees

    by  • June 6, 2016 • City Breaks, Transport

    Travelling with only hand luggage has many advantages – but can lead to problems too. The airline Ryanair announced last week that it has cut its fees for checked-in bags as part of its ‘Always Getting Better’ programme.  Customers on domestic flights under two hours will see fees for 15kg bags cut by half from...

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    Turin: 2015 European Capital of Sport & So Much More!

    by  • April 20, 2015 • Architecture, Art, City Breaks, Exhibitions, Festivals, Food & Drink, Sport, Transport, Turin

    Whilst Turin is applauded on the European stage for its sporting credentials, I assess its cultural, historical, culinary and architectural appeal. Many of you may not have been aware that Turin holds this year’s title of European Capital of Sport, an award previously held in recent years by the likes of Copenhagen, Warsaw, Milan,...

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    Celebrating the Classic Car – Collections across Europe

    by  • February 9, 2015 • Brussels, City Breaks, Exhibitions, Milan, Monaco, Munich, Riga, Transport, Turin

    From Monaco to Munich, visit and view some of Europe and America’s finest vintage vehicles. This weekend saw Paris play host to the Retromobile show, a major international event devoted to the classic car, with some 500 vintage automobiles sure to have ignited the passions of many a classic car enthusiast. And yet whilst...

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