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101. Take a Walk on the Wild Side: Hike Caminito del Rey
August 24, 2018


Let’s play a game: it starts with a taxi from Malaga airport and it ends with the holiday of a lifetime, what it is it? It’s a trip to the Caminito del Rey of course! Touted by Lonely Planet as one of the hottest things to do in 2015, this magnificent post-industrial walkway is straight out of an action film. So if you’re a family looking for a holiday that packs views, sun, and adventure all into one, then this spectacular 7.7km walk is just for you. First: Some History Originally built in 1901-05, this industrial bridge scaled the El Chorro gorge to transport material between two ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

102. Shrouded in Secrets: Mysterious Places in Malaga
August 24, 2018


If you’re someone who enjoys wandering around a foreign city on their own to find the non-touristy sites, then these specially selected secrets of Malaga might just be for you. Most European cities are now dominated by mass-tourism which creates queues that stretch for miles outside (and inside!) “must see” attractions. Quite quickly, galleries and museums seem to blur into a single hazy memory. That's why it's so important to find something extra and spectacular about the places you visit. Malaga is making a name for itself in providing this something “extra” and this article will give you a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

103. Water, Water, Everywhere: the Coolest Amsterdam Canals
August 24, 2018


The first things you think of when you imagine a trip to Amsterdam are tulips, clogs and its famous and very picturesque canals. (Well, there might be one or two other things that come to mind, but let’s leave them for another day.) The city is, quite literally, built on a network of waterways. If you don’t take the opportunity to experience them, both on and off the water, you’re missing out. Book a cheap flight and an Amsterdam airport shuttle and head off for a unique and spontaneous weekend on the water! A Watery Heritage Many people are surprised to know that it’s not Venic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

104. A Bloody Good Time: Amsterdam's Haunted Hotspots
August 24, 2018


Amsterdam may initially appear to be all cutesy canals and cosy cafes, but look a bit deeper and you’ll begin to peel back layers of a very haunted city indeed. Once your plane touches down, hop into a pre-booked Amsterdam airport transfer and get your best Ghostbusters outfit together – it’s time for a weekend of the wacky, the weird and the downright paranormal. You’ll need your wits about you and your imagination set free as you traverse black cobblestone streets, haunted houses and dimly lit squares. Here are a few of the best sites to get your spook on in Amsterdam. The Robber W... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

105. Of luxury boutiques and brand identities
August 24, 2018


Chanel’s brand-new Buenos Aires boutique flaunts Claudio Kaczka’s brilliance in crafting luxury retail spaces with elements that inspire and enthral. Kaczka and BIRKA’s architectural journey within this industry spans over 600 projects, leading to collaborations with celebrated brands. His designs for lavish boutique stores and high-end airport malls reveal a strong focus on details, trends, exclusivity and the brand itself, compelling a shopper to experience and appreciate the luxury of the space. Located in a historic building declared as a national monument, the Chanel boutique is... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

106. Taste Testing Tenerife: Savour the Tradition of Tapas
August 23, 2018


Tenerife is an island of huge diversity, boasting landscapes that vary from volcanic countryside to crystal-clear seas. It attracts thousands of tourists every year and in response has adapted its cuisine to the masses. However, if you’re willing to go off the beaten track, there are plenty of opportunities to sample traditional Canarian cuisine. The best way of experiencing the full scope of the island’s flavour combinations is to enjoy a famous Tapas. Mouth-watering Traditional Tapas Dishes Cherne One of the most popular dishes in Tenerife, Cherne is a large and meaty white fish... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

107. Time of the Seasons: Amsterdam All Year Long
August 23, 2018


One of the most accessible destinations for UK travellers is Amsterdam, a city that definitely demands multiple visits to get a feel for its breadth of history and culture. Because it’s so close, it’s a great place for a mini-break any time of the year, providing something different to discover during each season. Tempted by the tulips? Captivated by the canals? Adore the ambient accommodation? Then book a cheap flight, organise your Schiphol Airport transfer and get ready to be charmed no matter what the weather. Celebrate the King in Spring Spring is a truly wonderful time to ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

108. One Day to Explore Valetta's Vibrant History
August 23, 2018


Commonly referred to as ‘an open-air museum’, Valetta boasts a treasure trove of cultural artefacts and edifices that will fascinate any history buff. The city is compact, allowing tourists to visit its stunning cathedrals, its impressive bastions and its many museums in a single day trip, regardless of where they are staying on the island. And, if you make use of a pre-booked Malta Airport transfer, getting there couldn’t be simpler. Valetta’s Historical Attractions • St John’s Co-Cathedral This is a must-see as no other church in Europe is quite like it. Though its external appear... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

109. Check it Out: Croatia's Incredible Adriatic Archipelago
August 23, 2018


Croatia’s stunning Adriatic coastline is littered with idyllic islands of natural beauty and towns of outstanding cultural curiosity. Fortunately, there’s an excellent travel infrastructure in place to make exploring these different parts as stress-free and easy as can be possible. The established network of ferries and fast catamarans makes island hopping across the Croatian archipelago as much of an experience as the destinations themselves. Their convenience and regularity makes travel organisation so much more straightforward, leaving more time for exploration. The only dilemma is cho... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

110. Art, Architecture, Food: See Palma de Mallorca Shine
August 23, 2018


The Mediterranean allure of Palma de Mallorca comes from the diversity of its attractions. Whether it’s Gothic architecture or great food, the Old Town in Palma de Mallorca is the place for cultural connoisseurs and leisurely adventurers alike. This destination has something for everyone. It is a town that needs to be experienced to properly understand why holidays in Mallorca are amongst the most exciting and fascinating in southern Europe. Although we can only give a taste of the treats it offers, these are a few of the highlights. Santa Catalina Santa Catalina is a fascinating par... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

111. Meta Title: Tasty Tenerife: Cooking Up a Gastronomic Storm
August 22, 2018


When people talk about the food of Spain, they don’t usually mention the Canary Islands. However, the archipelago has developed a unique strain of Iberian cuisine over the last decades, thanks to its closeness to West Africa. The secret is getting out because Tenerife is fast becoming one of the best gastro destinations in Europe. But what is it that has brought about this transformation? Well, you’re in luck – I can give you a taste of why now. Market to Market The first element is perhaps no secret. Fresh ingredients will always bring up the quality of food no matter what cou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

112. For a Fantastic Family Holiday in Southern Croatia, Think Cavtat
August 22, 2018


Croatia might not be the traditional Mediterranean location for a family holiday, but we think that the beautiful eastern European country will soon rival the Greek islands, southern France and sunny Spain as a top destination. It is towns like Cavtat that are leading this evolution in family tourism. This pretty city is southeast of Dubrovnik and in the Dalmatia region. It is a delectable mixture of ancient history, fine weather and children-oriented activities. Perched on the edge of the Adriatic Sea, it is a hub for both water sports and culture – a package that has something to offer ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

113. Discovering the Wonderful Hidden Gems of Tenerife
August 22, 2018


There is more to Tenerife than busy resorts, throngs of tourists fighting for the sunbeds and crazy nightlife. For anyone with a yearning to discover more about this fabulous destination in the Canaries, there is a lot to discover. For travellers who are intrigued by this island but want to head off the beaten track, escape the Tenerife resorts and explore the hidden gems instead. For a unique holiday that combines beautiful beaches with an authentic local experience, you need to read more than the glossy travel brochures. We have provided a good starting point here. Vilaflor Th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

114. Light Up Your Life During the Chinese Lantern Festival
August 21, 2018


What better way to experience something different with the kids than a holiday to see the fantastic wonders of China? The vast country has opened itself up to the world in recent decades and is now a must-see destination for a whole new generation of visitors. The Lantern Festival marks the end of the Chinese New Year. Held on the 15th day of the Lunar month, the event brings vibrant colour to the spring celebrations. Whilst China is a very safe country to visit, I still suggest taking out a single trip travel insurance policy for peace of mind in the event of the extraordinary. With that... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

115. Tenerife Undercover: Lesser Known Gems Off the Beaten Track
August 17, 2018


If bustling off the airplane and sharing one of the busy Tenerife transfers from the airport is about as much contact as you can handle with the package holiday, beer-and-chips British tourists who flock to the island every year, then my advice is: head north. While more than five million tourists visit Tenerife each year, around three quarters of these take their Tenerife transfers straight to the busy resorts in the south, leaving the beautiful north a wonderfully unspoilt place to visit. A trip to any of the quieter towns in the north will feel like stepping into a slower, island way o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

116. Exploring Beyond the Beaten Track in Málaga and Calahonda
August 17, 2018


The Andalucían coastline is a beautiful part of the world, full of tourist hotspots and stellar cultural locations that exist off the beaten track. The 45 kilometre route from Málaga to Calahonda is a great stretch to discover lesser known gems, where the discerning traveller can really see what this region of Spain is about. Driving is the best way to access these towns, and there are taxis from Málaga airport that can shuttle you all round the local area. Molino de Inca Botanical Gardens The first stop is Torremolinos, and it’s small but stunning gardens. It is a wonder of bucolic... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

117. Explore the History of Malta's Megalithic Temples
August 17, 2018


Malta is home to some of the world’s earliest free-standing stone edifices, the Megalithic Temples. Erected between the fourth and third millennium BC, these remarkably well-preserved buildings vary in architectural design, construction technique and decorative style. They were built using readily available stone, including coralline and globigerina limestone. The interiors are adorned with panels depicting trees, animals and spiral motifs. It is believed that they were a place of worship and ritual in prehistoric culture. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, they’re a must-see for any culture lo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

118. How to Try a Tapa: Ordering Etiquette in Málaga
August 17, 2018


If you’re one of these people who leaves brushing up on the local lingo until the last minute (like in the taxi from Málaga Airport to your hotel) then you might miss out on some great bar snacks because you don’t know how to order them. Check out my guide to ordering tapas in this Andalucían city and you’ll be the star of your group when you order them a racíon of pitufo (a mini sandwich) and chacina (cold meats) to share. Key Things to Know About Tapas in Málaga You may have been to Spain before and think you know everything there is to about tapas, but unless you’ve ordered in th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

119. Backpacker Bonanza: 4 Places your Mates Haven't Been!
August 17, 2018


Getting the bragging rights to a holiday destination is becoming increasingly difficult in this world of mass consumer travel. However, with an attentive eye and a bit of ingenuity, there are still a few hidden beauties to discover! Unusual travel destinations such as those covered in this article will have your mates bursting with jealousy over a drink back home, but more importantly, they are truly stunning destinations in their own right. So strap on your boots and get the travel bag ready, this is a selection of some of the more unusual, rustic or downright wacky destinations to visit on y... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

120. Discover the Enchanting Depths of the Blue Grotto
August 16, 2018


Boasting a stunning scenery of quaint fishing villages, tranquil seaports and charming hill-top towns, Malta is a destination with plenty for the outdoor lover. The island offers a wide range of ancient temples, cathedrals and cultural sites to explore at your leisure, as well as access to the inviting blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. With so many fantastic attractions, it is no surprise that Malta has become a popular tourist destination. The eastern end of the island, however, is a little quieter and home to one of Malta’s most exceptional sites, the Blue Grotto. The Spectacular B... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

121. 24 Hours in Maastricht: Exploring the City Highlights
August 16, 2018


Amsterdam steals all the limelight for Dutch city breaks – but it shouldn’t. There are other parts of the country that deserve similar respect. Maastricht is a quaint city nearly 2,000 years old, down in the southernmost province of Limburg. Replete with beautiful architecture and gorgeous sights hidden round every corner, the city is a great place to spend a weekend. Yet it is cosy enough to yield many of its most striking virtues in just 24 hours. And by organising an Amsterdam airport shuttle beforehand – a drive that takes a little over two hours – you’ll secure as much time as possib... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

122. Ten Top Reasons to Visit Magical Malta
August 16, 2018


Combining relaxing beach holidays with the chance to explore a country’s fascination history and tackle some thrilling outdoor activities in the gorgeous countryside, Malta attracts tourists from around the world. It’s no surprise really! Here are ten great reasons to visit the island. 1. The Weather Let’s be honest, if you’re going on holiday, good weather is a must. Fortunately, Malta offers just that all year round. In the summer, the glorious sunshine makes for ideal beach weather, while the winter months are filled with mild temperatures and sunny days. 2. The Pe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

123. Geography, Beaches and Fossil Hunting in Scarborough
August 16, 2018


Scarborough is one of England’s historical gems and a fantastic place to take children on educational visits. Recognised as Britain’s oldest seaside town, Scarborough is a thriving place that is proud to welcome the visitors who come to explore its many interesting sites. Geography students, in particular, will have a huge amount to discover, and educational visits can easily be tailored to suit primary or secondary aged children. Here are three highlights, ideal for youngsters to enjoy. The Rotunda Museum Children always get excited when they hear about the fossils that can be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

124. Inspire Young Geographers on an Educational Trip to Snowdonia
August 16, 2018


Snowdonia is a paradise for any budding geographer and a wonderful place to visit if you’re looking to inspire your class and get them excited about the incredible world they live in. While famous for its stunning mountain ranges, there is more to this beautiful region than you might first think. The landscape in the national park is as diverse as it is beautiful and, from cascading waterfalls to tranquil lakes, sweeping valleys to extensive woodland, and estuaries full of birdlife to pretty sandy beaches, Snowdonia has it all. This spot is proof that you don’t need to travel a million mi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

125. Onward to Ottawa! Discovering Canada's Charismatic Capital
August 16, 2018


The beating pulse of Ottawa, Canada’s dynamic capital, is palpable from the moment you arrive. You will hear the French and English languages intermingle and friendly locals will welcome you into their colourful metropolis. The cosmopolitan vibe is infectious and wandering through the lively streets is a great way to get a sense of the heritage of the place, which boasts notable national sites and famous landmarks. It’s also a hub of culture, with a collection of world-class museums and interesting international art galleries. A sense of pride exudes from these grand attractions, a feelin... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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