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1. Uncover A World of Wonder in Underground Mallorca
March 19, 2020

Seeking a break away from the every day but feeling a bit resort-o-phobic? If you’re a traveller who prefers exploring a little more off the beaten track, it’s time to acquaint yourself with Mallorca’s underground world! This lovely Balearic island is home to some of Europe’s most exquisite cave formations and it’s absolutely perfect for a solo getaway with a difference. Descend to the Dragons The Cuevas del Drach feel truly prehistoric, with the immense chambers home to some stunning stalactites (which grow at a rate of one centimetre per 100 years) and cavernous vaults. Thes... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Go Green in the Most Beautiful Gardens in Florence
March 19, 2020

The entire city is a UNESCO world heritage site. The region is famous for wine, food, culture, art and stunning landscapes. Of course, it could only be Florence and Tuscany. Tours of the area take in some magnificent sights and attractions, from world class art at the galleries, wine and food tastings, to trips around the birthplace of the renaissance. The city of Florence is itself a masterpiece, with spectacular architecture around each corner of every cobbled street. It’s no wonder that so many tourists head here each year, as Florence and Tuscany tours deliver the best Italy has to o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Discover the Delightful Secrets Hidden in the Heart of Florence
March 19, 2020

With some of the most amazing ancient history anywhere in the world, Italy is a fascinating place to visit for any type of tourist. Right at the heart of this unique history lies the renaissance period that was so prominent in Florence and Tuscany. Tours of this area take in some remarkable sights and attractions, but perhaps the best way to explore the area is to take a guided tour with local experts who will know all sorts of intriguing secrets about the area. There are some things that the guidebooks simply don’t know! By taking a small group around the secret areas of Florence and Tuscany,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. 3 Museums Art Lovers Shouldn't Miss in Tuscany
March 19, 2020

For art lovers there are few countries as enticing as Italy, and few cities or regions as breath-taking within Italy as Florence and Tuscany. Tours of the area reveal an artistic heritage that is unmatched anywhere else in the world. The renaissance work that was born here is available to see in such vast quantities that no art fan will leave disappointed. A great way to experience all that is on offer is to take in one or even more Florence and Tuscany tours that specialise in art. These three fantastic galleries will captivate any audience. Palazzo Blu The museum of art and culture... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Day Trips from Florence for Tuscany First Timers
March 17, 2020

First timers to Tuscany are in for a treat. This dreamy part of central Italy is more beautiful than the photographs, more historically rich than you can imagine and more culturally engaging than most other places in the world. So full of character, this region is like a selection box of chocolates; so much to choose from and each and every experience different and memorable. Florence is probably the best spot in which to be based and when it comes to day trips in the surrounding area you will be spoilt for choice. Before you head off on your Tuscan adventure, it is good to give yoursel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Discover Mercato San Lorenzo on Florence and Tuscany Tours
March 17, 2020

Food is an integral part of everything that is Italian. Every region, town, village and city has its own versions of the traditional dishes that have appeared on family tables for centuries. It is no surprise then that the markets of Italy are among the best in the world. As stall holders and customers banter in their gesticulating Italian, it is hard not to be captivated by the heady smells, vibrant colours and array of fascinating ingredients that appear around every turn. Mercato San Lorenzo is the most famous market in Florence (and Tuscany). Tours that take in this market are ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Choose a Scottish Cruise and Discover the Magical Lochs of Scotland
March 17, 2020

It’s hard to believe that Scotland is home to some 30,000 lochs and lochans, many of which are open to Scottish cruises. These bodies of water epitomise tranquility and serenity and, nestled into equally stunning surroundings, they offer the perfect setting for a Scottish cruise. What is it about these lochs that makes them so special, though? While they are a delight to encounter from a visual perspective, many are also steeped in myth, legend and history, and it is all of these factors that add to their mystical appeal. Three of Scotland’s Favourite Loch Morar Filling a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Explore Venice's Cicchetti Culture on a River Cruise in Italy
March 17, 2020

There really is nothing quite as romantic when it comes to travelling than a river cruise in Italy. Whiling away long days and balmy evenings aboard a floating hotel, indulging in fine wine, fabulous food and incredible scenery is what every day on board is all about. Of course, there is always the option to get off the boat and explore the many historic towns, charming villages and beautiful cities that you are bound to encounter on whatever river cruise in Italy you choose to go on. Venice is undoubtedly one of the most popular stop off cities when exploring by water, not least because... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Sample Magnificent Wines of Montepulciano on Day Trips From Florence
March 10, 2020

The town of Montepulciano is a joy to behold for any wine lover making the journey there in search of the famous red grapes that produce the Vino Nobile. Even for those less knowledgeable about vinology, the town is one of the best day trips from Florence that you could hope for. Although the wine takes centre stage on any trip here, the colourful history, the spectacular landscape and that unmistakable Tuscan charm provide the perfect setting for a glass or two on a warm afternoon. The Grapes The wine here is so renowned that it has the special designation ‘denominazione di origine... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Inspiring Day Trips from Florence: Discover the Delights of Fabulous Fiesole
March 10, 2020

Tourists looking for day trips from Florence often overlook the tiny town of Fiesole. We’ve no idea why, as this charming hilltop village is packed with character and full of hidden historical gems, including Roman baths and original Etruscan walls. At least the absence of crowds makes Fiesole a peaceful place to escape to and a wonderful spot to spend a leisurely, laid-back day wandering through picturesque churches, museums and gardens. As far as day trips from Florence go, this beautiful town is one of the closest options for sure - you can even walk to it in an hour! Perched on a hill... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. What to See and Do on a Day Trip to Lucca
March 10, 2020

Many visitors to Florence often also use it as a base to explore the rest of the gorgeous Tuscan region. So just what are the best day trips from Florence, we hear you ask? Well, search no further - the beautiful walled city of Lucca has everything you’re looking for. With frequent direct trains taking you right into Lucca’s old town in just over an hour, the convenient public transport links make it a popular choice for day trips from Florence. With its charming narrow lanes and typical terracotta roofs, Lucca is a great destination for sightseers looking to delve deeper into the local T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Day Trips from Florence: 3 Top Towns to Visit
March 10, 2020

The Italian region of Tuscany is known throughout the world as a destination unlike any other. It simply oozes class and sophistication that appears to fuse seamlessly with authentic, rustic charm. Most people who come to the area come for the scenery, the food, the wine and the atmosphere, as well as amazing art, history and culture, and you’ll find each of these in abundance throughout Tuscany. There really is nowhere else like it. Most visitors base themselves in the magnificent city of Florence, and spend time visiting other areas. These are three of the best day trips from Florence to sui... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Hayling Island: The Ideal Destination for Adult Only Weekends
March 05, 2020

Beautiful Hayling Island on the Hampshire coast is a classic British seaside destination, so picturesque that it was known by the Celts as The Sacred Isle. The peaceful location and wide choice of fun and relaxing activities on offer in this traditional seaside haven make it an ideal destination for adult only weekends. A break focussed on adult orientated activities offers the perfect chance to treat yourself and spend time in the way you enjoy. To inspire you, here are some of Hayling Island’s top cultural and outdoor activities that are geared towards grown-ups and are perfect for adu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Five of the Best Things to do in Tuscany
February 27, 2020

Italy is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, and it’s easy to see why. Its art and architecture are renowned all over the globe, its capital city is one of the world’s most historically rich, and its astonishing natural beauty speaks for itself. The central region of Tuscany alone is home to a huge variety of activities, making it the perfect place for all sorts of holidaymakers. Read on, then, for our tips on some of the best things to do in Tuscany – and get ready to be inspired, get excited and book your own tour of the region! Take a Road Trip Whether ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Tuscany's Famous Five: The Wonderful Cinque Terre
February 24, 2020

One of the great things about Italy is that there is no shortage of amazing things to see and do, and the things to do in Tuscany are some of the most captivating of all. Unfortunately, this can make it difficult to actually make a decision! With that said, however, the five towns of the Cinque Terre are among the most charming and enchanting in the whole region, and no trip to this area is complete without a visit to this magical piece of coastline. From the gelato and the scenery to the walking and the gelato again, you’ll find yourself with a smile on your face at every turn. The View ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Lapping Up The Laid Back Vibe in Gràcia, Barcelona
February 18, 2020

Are you a solo traveller? Are you looking to get away from the tourist traps? If this sounds like you then head for beautiful Gràcia, Barcelona. Situated just outside the city centre, Gràcia offers a taste of a more laid back vibe and as it is just a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of the main hub, you really can enjoy a bit of everything! Delight in pretty boutiques and charming bars as you stroll picturesque, tree-lined lanes before stopping off at Mamas café for a millennial approved, ‘avo’ fuelled brunch. Instagram gold guaranteed. Gràcia’s Highlights Gaudi Galore ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Explore the Best of Prague's Religious Architecture
February 18, 2020

The historic city of Prague boasts some of the most impressive and well-preserved architecture in Europe, including a host of awe-inspiring churches. Having avoided the nineteenth-century development craze that affected many European capitals, as well as the devastation inflicted on cities like Dresden during WWII, Prague’s streets are packed with a remarkable range of architectural styles, from medieval and Gothic to Baroque and Renaissance. With such different styles of design around every corner, it can be hard to know where to look to find the very best architectural gems. Luckily, th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Follow the Music to Barcelona: 2 Unmissable Summer Festivals
February 18, 2020

One of the most important reasons behind Barcelona’s astronomical success as a hub of European cultural exchange is its atmosphere of youthful excitement and energy, which is greatly influenced by a thriving live music scene. Every year this city is home to some of the most impressive festivals on the continent, and what’s more, each event celebrates different tastes; not to mention the fact that stunning locations and venues do wonders for the vibe. Although the three most significant festivals in the 2020 calendar are described below for your convenience, it is important to note that the ci... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. What Not to Miss on a Weekend Break in Barcelona
February 18, 2020

Although Barcelona is the type of cultural melting pot that could easily keep you busy for weeks on end, it also offers immense value to those who only have a few days to spare. Located on the north-eastern coast of Spain, in the heartlands of Catalonia, this is an exciting city that lends itself perfectly to spontaneous weekend breaks, and it has long-standing appeal for independent and open-minded travellers. With that said, selecting the top attractions of the city from such a broad and varied list is a tricky task, even for the most knowledgeable of travellers. Take note of the recommenda... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Beautiful Pienza: A Veritable Chianti Highlight
February 18, 2020

The region might be best known for its wine, and rightly so, but there are many more things to do in Chianti than sample its vintages. From exploring classic Italian culture and architecture to taking in the beautiful scenery, this article introduces the lesser known town of Pienza - a wonderful hilltop town that makes for a lovely day trip while you’re in the area. A Unique History As with many of the best Italian destinations, Pienza is inextricably linked to the Renaissance. But even with competition like Florence and Venice, Pienza stands out. It started life as the sma... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Exploring the Charming City of Siena on Foot: the Highlights
February 18, 2020

When it comes to the most popular things to do in Chianti, a visit to the utterly captivating hilltop city of Siena comes very high on most people’s list. Steeped in history and filled to the brim with magnificent architecture, for those who surrender to the charms of this ancient gem, the rewards are many and memorable. Like lots of places in Italy, the very best way to explore Siena is on foot – and, in fact, for the most part you’ll have no choice as much of it is pedestrian only. For a lot of visitors, time is short when it comes to fitting in all the fabulous things to do in Chianti,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Best Mountain Trek in Nepal
February 17, 2020

So the majority of the mountain and adventure lovers might have the urge to watch the mountain on Earth and reach the base camp of this Everest is the tallest mountain on the planet. Although foundation camps are with another mountain in regions 27, Everest Base Camp Trek can be a great legendary tour is a favorite due to the base camp trek one of the trekkers. There are lots of individuals throughout the trip trekking and season. The most important attraction that brings individuals is your base camp Trekker's key intent is to function as a step here. This Everest base camp trek's Qual... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

23. Wrong Rumors About 2020 Grammy Nominees
February 04, 2020

In honor of Sunday’s Grammy Awards, Gossip Cop has compiled a list of false tabloid stories we’ve debunked about some of the nominees. Here are five wrong rumors about the 2020 Grammy contenders – including Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton, Ariana Grande, Beyonce and Miranda Lambert. Taylor Swift Didn’t Fire Everyone Taylor Swift is nominated for three Grammys this year, including Song Of The Year for “Lover.” It’s been a big year for the pop star and that means the tabloids have been quick to invent phony stories about her. Just a couple of weeks ago, Gossip Cop busted the National Enquirer ... (read more)

Author: Jane Page

24. Dolphin Viewing In Penang Island
January 16, 2020

Here is another thing to add in your own"to-do" listing in Penang -- dolphin viewing. Even though there's no guaranteed sighting since it is based very much on the weather, travelers may take it as an opportunity to find out about the conservation of the endangered marine creatures. Species like the Irrawaddy dolphins, Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins, finless porpoise, and also to some lesser extent, the more Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins are seen in Penang, mainly from the shore of the island close Teluk Bahang, Teluk Aling, along with Sungai Pinang. They're also sometimes se... (read more)

Author: Khehlleyzh Phun

25. All you need to know about Vietnam Lunar New Year
January 16, 2020

Vietnam Lunar New Year (or Tet Nguyên Ðán) is the most important and quintessential holiday and festival in Vietnam. Tet is the way Vietnamese people marking the arrival of spring on the first day until at least the third day of January according to Lunar Calendar. This is also a special time for family gatherings, lucky money and many blessings. If you want to have a Vietnam customized tour on this big occasion, it really will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for you and your family to blend into the diverse culture in Vietnam. In this article, let’s delve into the depth of traditions, pra... (read more)

Author: Victor Nguyen

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