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1. Meet Malta's Creative Side: Art Galleries Not to Miss
December 12, 2018


Deep in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta is a country rich with history and culture. The islands feature a wealth of both galleries and archaeological sites, offering something special to lovers of both contemporary and traditional art. Its rich history as a crossroads of empires means that its works of art are as varied and powerful as the ancient ruins that dot the landscape. Literally as soon as you jump into your Malta airport transfer and fling down your bags on your hotel bed you can be in a gallery. Many are based in Valletta, the capital city, and are easily reachable from y... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Roll Back the Centuries at Gran Canaria's Best Museums
December 12, 2018


Off the northwest coast of Africa, the Canary Islands have for centuries been a crossroads between people, culture and history. In few places is that more evident than on Gran Canaria. After the islands were incorporated into the Castilian Crown in the 15th century, Gran Canaria became a hotbed of travellers going back and forth between continents. Many settled on the isle with their families and brought their own cultural traditions, creating a melting pot that has influences from all over but still maintains its own unique cultural identity. One way to dig deep into this culture is to... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Get Real in the Historic Tenerife Town of Los Realejos
December 12, 2018


Planning a cultural holiday but want to go somewhere a little different? It can be tricky to choose a destination as there are so many fantastic places to visit, but Tenerife is a great option. The town of Los Realejos is located in northern Tenerife, and is particularly well-suited to culture and history lovers. It boasts stunning natural reserves and black sand beaches, an Old Town and various buildings of cultural significance – all just waiting to be discovered. Old Town Los Realejos is beautifully preserved and attracts many tourists with its historic and artistic highligh... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Culture, Nature and Adventure in Gran Canaria
December 12, 2018


Due to Gran Canaria’s tropical weather, beautiful beaches and sparkling oceans, the island can often be seen as a do-nothing-but-relax holiday destination. However, there is so much to explore, with fun and adventure that is sure to make your Gran Canaria holiday a memorable experience for all your travelling companions. Roque Nublo Just a short way from Tejeda’s city centre, this 80-metre-tall volcanic rock is a brilliant hiking destination that offers expansive views of the whole island from its summit. The rock was formed from a volcanic eruption approximately 4.5 million years ag... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Yay for Gay: The Best Places in Gran Canaria for LGBT Travellers
December 12, 2018


Gran Canaria is famous for its sandy beaches, party atmosphere and beautiful landscapes. In recent years, it has also become renowned as a popular destination for LGBT travellers who are drawn from around the world by the island’s exciting nightlife and liberal, forward-thinking views. You’ll find plenty of things to do here as the magic of Gran Canaria transfers you from the humdrum of daily life to the thrills of a bustling tropical paradise. Kiosk Nº 7 Kiosk Nº 7 is one of Gran Canaria’s seven chiringuitos or small beachside bars which serve a range of drinks and food just metres... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Explore the Unique Canarian Architecture of Tenerife
December 12, 2018


Those with a keen interest in unique and striking architecture are spoilt for choice when it comes to exciting holiday destinations, but one place that is often overlooked is the sunny Canary Island of Tenerife. Here you will find very beautiful and eye-catching European archi-tecture that has been well preserved, but you will also discover that the island has its own distinctive architectural style. Gorgeous buildings can be found in many of the towns and ci-ties, some of which are even UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Churches On Tenerife you can find a real hodgepodge of architectural... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Every Day is Sunday! Visit the Beautiful Churches of Tenerife
December 12, 2018


The Canarian island of Tenerife is much more than a sun, sea and sand holiday destination (although it has these in abundance too!). It is also home some fabulous architecture which is a reflection of the island's intriguing history. Most notably, the ornate and striking churches are a highlight which any cultured traveller will enjoy discovering. The majority of locals are Roman Catholic; religion ia an important part of island life which is evident in the colourful festivals and special days held throughout the year. Here are a few of the must-visit churches in Tenerife. Espíritu ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Dining, Activities and More at the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Mogan
December 12, 2018


Gran Canaria is an increasingly popular destination for summer holidays, and with hotels like the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Mogan, it is easy to see why. Read on for more on this excellent Canary Island resort. It’s perfect for families, couples or anyone who just wants to relax in luxury in an island paradise. Key Information Where is it? At the back of the Puerto de Mogan seaside resort, a little under a mile out of the centre of Puerto de Mogan. Who is it for? Everyone! The Radisson Blu isn’t themed, and it isn’t attached to any particular sport or attraction. I... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Where to Dine Out in Sandys Parish, Bermuda
December 12, 2018


Holidays in Bermuda are not only about dream-like beaches and idyllic weather; the food on this island also has a fabulous reputation. Sandys Parish in the Western district is famous for its varied menus and wonderful range of culturally-influenced dishes. As it’s an island, Bermuda is in the fortunate position of having been influenced by different countries and the food certainly reflects that. The cuisine showcases the best of English and Portuguese flavours and fuses it with local seafood specialities. Washed down with a glass or two of the local rum, you can’t go wrong on an evening ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Behind the Beaches: Exploring Bermuda's Rich Heritage
December 12, 2018


Bermuda resorts are known primarily for their beautiful settings, stunning beaches and luxurious accommodation. Many people happily spend their days on the island sipping cocktails, eating delicious food and enjoying the sun, sea and sand. Sounds dreamy. However, as a history nut, I always want to discover a little of the local heritage whilst I am away. If you, too, fancy bringing some culture into the mix, then read on. Charming Churches Visiting places of worship when you are on holiday can give you a unique insight into the culture of a country, city or village. These sacred plac... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Some of the hidden charges to keep in mind while engaging with a car rental service in Maui
December 11, 2018


If you are thinking a vacation with your family or with your friends and you are planning to hire a car for your trip, then you must be aware of the hidden charges. These hidden charges will make you pay a huge some extra money, which you have never planned. That is why, before signing a deal with a rental company go through the terms and conditions properly and read out about the charges which are hidden in the deal. To make you aware of those hidden charges, we are hereby presenting you a list of hidden charges of car rental companies so that you can go through them and save them from those.... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

12. What to look for while renting cars from Ogg Kahului international airport car rental
December 11, 2018


It will be considered an act of wisdom, if you rent cars while travelling or when you are on a vacation. It will help you to save a healthy amount of money because taxi rides are pretty expensive. Also, renting a car will allow you to enjoy the trip without any strings attached. But sometimes, it is really hard to rent cars for those who are travelling for the first time. So, here are some vital tips that you should keep in mind while renting a car. So, just have a little patience and continue with your reading. 1. Try to use a credit card when renting a car You can rent cheap and af... (read more)

Author: Vikram kumar

13. There's Skiing for Everyone in Alpe d'Huez
December 07, 2018


Alpe d’Huez is a classic resort for Alpine skiing. With its high-quality slopes and diverse routes, it is a snow sports haven; it has hosted everything from the winter Olympics to first-time family holidays for nearly a century. In Alpe d’Huez, chalets are just as fantastic. Whether your top requirement is beautiful furnishings or proximity to the mountains, you’re sure to enjoy the accommodation here. Now, on to the skiing. Beginner Areas The best place for beginners to learn to ski is Les Bergers. Here no one will get pushed out of their comfort zone before they are ready. All... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Know Before You Go: Fast and Famous Facts About Malta
December 06, 2018


A few tiny islands in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea offer the perfect destination for a vacation off the beaten path. Malta is one of the world’s smallest countries (and the smallest nation in the European Union) but the tiny archipelago packs a big punch as a getaway destination. Crazy for Coastlines Malta is made up of seven islands but only three of them are inhabited. About half the country’s population live in the capital, Valletta, on the main island. But the biggest draw for many tourists is outside of town at the seaside. This is regularly voted as one of the world’s b... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. In the Mood for Malta: A Country of Islands
December 06, 2018


In the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, halfway between Tunisia and Sicily, sit the islands of Malta. The country has a history that stretches back thousands of years and boasts some of the oldest man-made buildings on the planet. Technically, there are seven islands that make up the archipelago of more than 400,000 people, but only three are inhabited. Malta The isle of Malta is the most populated and is most likely where you’ll be arriving. Take a Malta airport transfer to the charming coastal capital city of Valletta 30 minutes away. Valletta was founded by the Knights of Malta, ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. The Best French Cuisine in La Plagne
December 05, 2018


La Plagne might be a resort best-known for its skiing and winter sports, but its restaurants aren’t half-bad either. If you’re a foodie after fine French dining, you will be well-catered to here – in fact, we would go so far as to say that the quality of the cuisine is one of the biggest draws. L’Alpenrose Just 100 metres from the ski lifts is L’Alpenrose, an excellently-located eatery that specialises in great local Savoyard and French cuisine. The selections of grilled meats might be the signature dishes, but the veggies are delicious as well. The extensive wine list, with its imp... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Student Accommodation: London's Top Three Living Locations
December 05, 2018


If you’re looking for student accommodation, London is sure to have something for you. The city has a huge range of living options, some of which are in the very centre. They have excellent access to the main attractions. If you’re feeling unsure as to where you’d like to stay, here are three recommendations you may wish to consider… Bloomsbury There are countless accommodation options for students in Bloomsbury, and as well as being a lively culture hub, it’s also rather visually appealing – the quaint streets and lush green parks make the area quite unique when compared to the rest... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Study Abroad in London: Why Students Love the City
December 05, 2018


The world is full of exciting and interesting places, but there’s one that you just can’t beat – London. Travellers flock to the Big Smoke year after year to catch a glimpse of the famous landmarks, historical sites and celebrity faces, but why is it such a popular spot for students? Read on to find out. A Top Location London has in fact been voted the No.1 international student city in the world, and is estimated to attract almost 100,000 students every year from over 200 different countries. Because of this, the place has a unique diversity and effortlessly maintains its buzzing a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Student Accommodation in London: What You Need to Consider
December 05, 2018


Whether you’re looking to stay in student halls, a shared apartment or another form of accommodation, there are a few things you’ll want to consider before settling on your student housing. London offers such a wide range of student accommodation options that there is bound to be something that suits you. Give yourself plenty of time and you’ll no doubt find your perfect property. Take these important factors into consideration and you’re sure to feel a lot happier with your housing choice in the long run. Location This is one of the most vital decisions you will have to make r... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Shared Student Housing: Top Tips for Newbies
December 05, 2018


If you’re soon to be studying in London and are looking to live in a shared student apartment, you will discover that it’s rather different from living at home. Though there will be plenty of other things to think about when you first move to the city, it’s important to consider any changes that you might need to make to your lifestyle in order to live amicably with other students. Here are a few tips that will hopefully help you on your way to a fantastic student experience. Communicate As daunting as it may seem for less-confident people, you are almost guaranteed to have a better... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Deck Your Student Halls: London's Christmas Light Displays
December 05, 2018


It’s that festive time of year again and, as usual, London is taking it to the next level with their celebrations. Whether you’re staying around Carnaby Street or Regent’s Park, spectacular Christmas lights will never be too far from your student accommodation. London is certainly the place to be if you’re looking to get into the festive spirit, so read on for information about some of the city’s very best light displays happening this year. Oxford Street The Oxford Street Christmas lights have always managed to attract visitors in their thousands, and this year is said to be no diff... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. 5 Unmissable Attractions for Students in Bloomsbury
December 05, 2018


For those staying in student accommodation, London offers a wealth of attractions catering to various interests and budgets. Bloomsbury in particular is a fantastic place to be if you’re a student – there’s so much to see and do that you’ll feel spoilt for choice. Here are the top five attractions you certainly shouldn’t miss. The Cartoon Museum Take yourself back in time and check out some of the most popular British cartoons – some of which you may recognise from your own childhood. This museum is London’s first public cartoon collection, and it includes a huge variety of comics, c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Alpe d'Huez: Family Fun On and Off the Snow
December 04, 2018


The premier Alpine resort of Alpe d’Huez is not only known for the quality of its slopes and snow, but also for its accessibility for ski beginners and families. The classes and the number of gentle green runs ensure an avalanche of fun, even for those who have yet to master skiing. The town offers a load of other physical activities for groups to get stuck into as well; there are enough facilities and places to eat to keep parents and children alike amused away from the pistes. The layout of the town also means that many Alpe d’Huez chalets are centrally located with good public transpor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Ski to your Heart's Content in La Plagne
December 03, 2018


As one of the biggest and most popular resorts in the world, with a wide array of catered chalets, La Plagne offers more than enough to satisfy winter sports enthusiasts of any level. Read on for some key facts about the resort and what it can offer for beginners, intermediate, advanced and off-piste and freestyle skiers. Resort Facts Linked up in the vast Paradiski area, this destination offers guests access to a staggering 225km of piste. This includes twelve green runs, 128 blue, 79 red and 37 blacks, alongside 133km of cross-country area and two snowparks. 626 snow cannons keep... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. La Plagne for Families: Skiing and More
December 03, 2018


La Plagne is one of the most popular ski resorts in the world, with more than 2.5 million visitors per season. Luckily, it’s also one of the biggest: linked with Les Arcs as part of the enormous Paradiski area, its 225km of runs are more than enough to keep congestion down. Its popularity also means there’s a lot on offer for skiers of all levels. Read on for our tips on choosing your La Plagne chalet, events, activities, ski schools and more. Skiing for Beginners With six designated beginner areas, nine green runs, five free beginner lifts and more, this resort is extremely welcom... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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