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1. The Boldest Bucket List: Where to Go for Adventure
October 15, 2018


We all have a travel bucket list and, if you are anything like me, you are constantly adding new destinations. There are so many amazing, unique places to visit and so little time! I’m not going to make choosing your next trip any easier because today I am sharing three of my top bucket list destinations. These are awesome places for adventure travellers to visit, whether it is hiking in the mountains, making a splash with a variety of water sports or exploring urban centres that gets your blood pumping. Australia I would be shocked if a trip down under wasn’t already on your l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Where to Road Trip in Scenic South America
October 15, 2018


Put your seatbelts on as I take you through three of the most scenic road trips in South America. Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca Avoid the tourist hoards crammed into tour buses and make the drive yourself from Cusco to Machu Picchu. Spend a few days exploring the World Heritage Site Cusco, before driving through the Sacred Valley towards the Inca site of Machu Picchu. There are so many fascinating towns and villages on the way, and you can really appreciate the stunning views when you are driving yourself. When you head back to Cusco, make sure to check out the ruins of Choque... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Theme Park Thrills on an Educational Trip to Cologne
October 15, 2018


One of the most important cities in Germany’s history, Cologne is rich in fascinating historic landmarks. Its cathedrals, museums and chocolate factories make it ideal for an educational trip for students. And while all these attractions are likely to keep their eyes and ears wide open in awe, the city’s appeal does not end there. As one of Germany’s fastest developing trading centres, its modern achievements are also a valuable lesson for your class. Particularly intriguing for young visitors is the colossal theme park Phantasialand. Read on to discover Cologne’s must-see attractions for stud... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Learning London's Landmarks on an Inspirational School Trip
October 15, 2018


If you are looking for a suitable place to take a whole class of students for a couple of days’ change of scene, your best option is London. A school trip to London provides young people with excellent opportunities for learning useful and interesting facts as well as having fun. As the capital of a one-time empire, the city contains myriad important historic monuments and venues and tells a story of grandeur, beauty and prosperity which invariably fascinate young visitors. Over the centuries it has given rise to or attracted some of the brightest minds of civilisation, whose legacy can stil... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Discover Zaanse Schans on an Educational Trip to Amsterdam
October 15, 2018


Modern technological marvels interspersed with picturesque architecture greet groups of students visiting Amsterdam. But while the city has mostly yielded to the demands of modern day, you can still capture its spirit on an educational trip to the nearby village of Zaanse Schans. As you lead your students down the cobbled streets of the village, they won’t be able to shake the feeling that they have been thrown back to the eighteenth or nineteenth century. Numerous windmills dot the skyline, a tantalising fragrance of cookies wafts from traditional bakeries. They can stop by the various craft... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Unknown Spain: Explore the Secrets of the Aragonese Pyrenees
October 12, 2018


Looking for a Spain holiday that’s a little more off-the-beaten-track? Well, if you’re a nature lover, you’ll be an even bigger lover of the Aragonese Pyrenees. Though often overlooked as a recommended tourist spot, these incredible mountains are considered the most beautiful of the Spanish Pyrenees and are definitely worth visiting. The peaks sit high in the clouds with their snowy tops visible even in the warmer months. Enjoy the beautiful verdant valleys, clear skies and natural rivers as you wander across this national treasure of Spain, making sure to visit these top spots along the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Put Some Olé in your Day: Barcelona's Best Flamenco
October 12, 2018


Spain is widely known for its beautiful flamenco dancing which has evolved from an ancient tradition into a modern art form. Today, locals and holidaymakers adore watching professionals perform all over the country, but Barcelona in particular is home to some fantastic venues where high-quality, authentic flamenco is on show. History Originating in the south of Spain, the iconic dance was formerly set to singing and hand-clapping rather than the musical instruments of today. It has also evolved into a more technical style of dance, as artists often go through intensive training befor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Bilbao: Beautiful Treasure of the Basque Country
October 12, 2018


Art and history enthusiasts will adore diverse Bilbao – it has everything for those looking for a rich and cultured holiday to Spain, and also offers exceptional dining options. What’s not to love? About the City Bilbao is located in northern Spain and is renowned for its extensive culture and range of architectural influences. If your Spain holiday takes you here, prepare to be amazed by the glamorous art culture and intrigued by the city’s more historical landmarks. It’s a place of huge diversity: full of exceptional restaurants and vast museums intermingled with traditional food m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Introduce Students to the Drama of London's Performing Arts
October 11, 2018


There is no better place on earth for entertaining Performing Arts students – that is why a school trip to London is such a fine proposition. No city boasts the gravitas, variety or weight of theatrical history that our capital does. A carefully organised tour would leave an incredible legacy on the minds of pupils already interested in the grand art of drama. The power of the West End is international, and there’s nothing like the cultural atmosphere that pervades the alleyways, cafes, restaurants and theatres to inspire schoolchildren to follow their dreams. This school trip to London i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. An Educational School Trip to the Montparnasse Tower
October 11, 2018


Most people think the best place to see Paris is from the Eiffel Tower. That makes sense: it is really tall and central after all. But there is somewhere better. Looking out from the Eiffel Tower, the viewer will always miss the biggest thing on the Parisian skyline – the Eiffel Tower itself. In fact, the Montparnasse Tower observation deck gives the most complete viewing experience. For that reason it is a great place to start a school trip to Paris. The structure is a great introduction to the city for students – they can literally look down on all the great spots of cultural inte... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. 3 Churches to See on a School Trip to Paris
October 11, 2018


School trips to Paris can be fantastically diverse. Depending on the class or age or ability of pupils the French capital offers a dizzying range of entry points into all subjects – language, art history, history and religious education. Paris is a city that has been constructed out of the spiritual and architectural legacies of religion, of Catholicism and Protestantism; and, to a recent lesser extent, Islam. Its history has been driven by theism, which may have taken dark and violent turns but also leaves some beautiful buildings for us to enjoy today. And pupils don’t have to be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Yarnell Arizona New Home to Gilligans Pizza and Bar
October 10, 2018


Yarnell Arizona October 2018 Yarnell Arizona is a unique town nestled in the Weaver Mountains between Prescott Arizona and Wickenburg Arizona. Yarnell features beautiful scenic mountains, great weather and tons of outdoor activities. Yarnell was thrust on the map during the Yarnell Hill fire where 19 firefighters lost their lives during the blaze. Yarnell sits above 4,000 feet and is a gateway to Phoenix Arizona and Northern Arizona. Yarnell is a destination spot for many people getting out of the heat in Phoenix Arizona along with travelers seeking beautiful scenery and numerous out... (read more)

Author: Chris Alan

13. Beat the Budget and Discover the Best of Portugal
October 10, 2018


A holiday in Portugal doesn’t need to break the bank. In fact, if you’re looking to enjoy a budget-busting break where your pounds manage to go that little bit further, this is the ideal country to visit. There are plenty of opportunities to save money whilst still diving into the rich cultural heritage, history and culinary delights. You can save on your accommodation by booking any one of the many world-renowned hostels, make the most of your meals by enjoying some inexpensive yet delicious food and pay nothing but a visit to Portugal’s many beautiful (and free) beaches! The Azore... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. 5 Secret Beaches in Portugal to Knock Your Socks Off
October 10, 2018


Portugal is famed all over the world for its beautiful, sandy beaches, and the extremely popular ones of the Algarve are just the beginning. A vast array of relatively undiscovered, tranquil and charming beaches are in no short supply across the country, tucked away from the busier, more high-profile areas. Praia de Amado With stunning cliffs acting as the backdrop to this wonderful beach, Praia de Amado is undoubtedly a great place to start your holiday in Portugal. There’s a chance to take a look in the rock pools during periods of low tide (not to mention charming little coloure... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Qué Dices? The Best of Barcelona's Lesser Known Attractions
October 09, 2018


The streets of Barcelona are well and truly trodden. Its creative vibe, Catalan culture and amazing attractions have made it one of the best mini-break destinations in the world, with thousands of tourists flocking to it every year. It boasts an extensive list of must-see sites – which you really must see! – but this beautiful city still has some secrets yet to be discovered. If you’re a traveller who likes to get away from the crowds and veer off the beaten track, then don’t despair. The Catalan’s capital is full of some wonderful lesser known gems that are bound to make your city break ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Cubism Culture: Discover Picasso's Inspirational Barcelona
October 09, 2018


For art lovers, there’s no doubt that Barcelona is a favourite destination. The architecture, the museums, the numerous galleries: it offers a whirlwind of culture and creativity. You only have to visit for a short time to feel the creative juices begin to flow. This city has influenced artists throughout history and none more so than the renowned Pablo Picasso. Although he was born in Malaga and spent most of his life in France, Picasso called Barcelona home. It was during his teenage years that his family moved to the Catalan’s capital, and it was here that one of Spain’s greatest arti... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Personalised commute: the train of the future!
October 06, 2018


Mecanoo architects and circular-furniture specialist, Gispen conceptualise a modular and flexible train interior that facilitates travellers’ diverse activities - sustainable mobility that can be universally replicated… ¬ When NS (Dutch National Railway Company) was weaving the fabric of a futuristic train, it drew the basic threads from every traveller and his unique journey – a sentiment that is very vital, especially in a service industry that is highly motivated and driven by consumer experience. Every traveller and every journey is unique. Mecanoo and Gispen, in association with NS... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

18. Get Wild on the Wild Atlantic Way of Ireland
October 05, 2018


We often think that adventure can only be sought at the end of an uncomfortable plane journey, far away from home. This is just not true! Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way is just a short hop across the sea yet offers the longest coastal route in the world. This is a short guide to this amazing route with some tips and tricks to help you have the best time on the road. What is the Wild Atlantic Way? The Wild Atlantic Way – or the WAW – runs along the entire west coast of Ireland, stretching from Kinsale, near Cork, in the south to either Muff, near Londonderry, or Derry, in the north.... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. On the Road Down Under: Australia's Most Beautiful Road Trips
October 05, 2018


Australia is a vast continent with wonderfully diverse landscapes. However, when visiting it can feel impossible to see or experience enough of the country. Embarking on a road trip is one of the best ways to truly immerse yourself down under. Here are three of the best routes for adventurous souls who wish to take in the deep rainforest, the wild bush and the beautiful coastline. The Great Ocean Road The Great Ocean Road spans 250 kilometres from Torquay to Warrnambool and runs by some of the most beautiful coastline in the world. You can speed along and do the whole thing in... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Ghost Tourism: All the Thrills Without the Risk!
October 05, 2018


A new trend is growing amongst thrill-seeking travellers: ghost tourism. Here’s what it is and where you should go to experience a touch of the supernatural whilst on holiday. What is Ghost Tourism? The idea is simple. Ghost tourism refers to holidays that involve learning about apparitions and hauntings. It also includes trips that involve encounters with spectres. An example might be staying in a haunted hotel or going on a late-night ghost walk around a spooky town. This type of tourism actually has a rich history. People have visited Scotland, for example, for years in hop... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Maui airport car rental service- Why this is the best choice to you
October 03, 2018


Lots of people have a dream of buying a new, attractive car. However, a car is one of the pricey assets, and thus, we are not able to purchase it within our budget. We usually desire our own car to have comfortable journey all the time. For those, who have not bought a sedan, the rental car is the best option. You can book any car from the car rental companies and use it for any purpose. For instance, Maui airport car rental service is common in most of these companies. While you have paid for Airport Car Rentals Maui, the chauffeured vehicle will arrive at your spot, and reach you to an... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

22. The superyacht life!
October 03, 2018


On the southern tip of DiLido Island, Miami, SAOTA designs a masterpiece of modern living – incredibly idyllic and distinctly dramatic… Perched on the expansive waterfront on a pie-shaped lot, the home offers brilliant views of the islands, downtown and South beach. The striking form, with its sharp lines, meshes with the cobalt blue water and the vivid green landscape, obscuring the edge between the interior and exterior. Designed to emphasize its immediacy to the water, the home not only conforms to mandatory climate codes, but also balances both scale and intimacy. Beyond the res... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. Rocky Mountaineer Holidays: Active Sights Along the Way
October 03, 2018


Rocky Mountaineer holidays in Canada never fail to provide astonishing beauty. The Rainforest to Gold Rush itinerary on this bucket-list train experience explores the picturesque Canadian wilderness like nothing else. Bask in the glorious sunshine and enjoy the most stunning landscapes this country has to offer along this spectacular train route. Most of the sites you will pass through on the journey make for pleasurable return visits, since there are several activities on offer that are bound to thrill your inner adventurer. Here are some of the best places to explore if you are looking ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Is Your Rocky Mountaineer Train Trip Silver or Gold?
October 03, 2018


There is no better place in the world to enjoy a rail tour through dramatic vistas than Canada. The outstanding Rocky Mountaineer train trip caters for such an adventure, with different levels of service to see you around this uniquely beautiful country. Two packages stand out: the GoldLeaf and SilverLeaf versions – although neither are sleeper trains, transporting passengers to stunning hotels every night. Both bask guests in sweet luxury, with exquisite food to go with the dramatic landscapes of western Canada and the Rocky mountains outside the windows. This is a brief guide to what yo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. The Taste of Travelling on a Rocky Mountaineer Train Trip
October 03, 2018


One of the greatest luxuries that exploration by train can offer is in the dining carriage. And if quality eating is important, there are few better rail tours to embark on than the GoldLeaf and SilverLeaf Rocky Mountaineer train trip. It traverses the stunning mountainous regions of western Canada, taking in the landscapes with fantastic viewing facilities. The SilverLeaf offers high quality cuisine, complimentary drinks and first-class staff, while the GoldLeaf specification adds to that a grand menu of sumptuous meals and a custom-made glass dome viewing level. The Chefs On t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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