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1. Seeing Out the Best Wine Tasting Experience, Tuscan Style
February 24, 2020


Italy is famous for a great many things, and no region more so than the delightful Tuscany, but perhaps the most famous thing of all is the wine. It’s hard to think of the region without thinking of fantastic wines, made in vineyards that flourish under the beautiful Mediterranean sunshine. For this reason (and so many others!) a visit to a vineyard is one of the best things to do in Tuscany. There are so many great ones out there, but this makes choosing the right one quite a daunting task. Here are a few of the best - and hopefully you might even be tempted to make the trip to two or ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. 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

3. Road Tripping Through Australia's Remote Red Centre
February 24, 2020


Australia’s remote red centre is unlike anything else on earth, and the chance to take a road trip through it should be on everybody’s bucket list. With breath-taking scenery and the chance to explore somewhere this remote, you’ll wonder why you waited so long to make the trip. The Red Centre Way trip is something tailor made for keen adventurers, and this is a drive of a lifetime. Once you have sorted out a policy for your car hire insurance abroad, driving couldn’t be simpler – all you need is an intrepid outlook! Starting Out at Alice Springs The remote centre of Australia... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Driving Wild Along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way
February 24, 2020


The Wild Atlantic Way is one of the most spectacular and awe-inspiring drives in the whole of Europe. Taking in 1600 miles of Ireland’s west coast, this route will have your jaw on the floor from the stunning views and fantastic winding roads. You can truly see the beauty and power of nature on this trip of a lifetime. It’s a journey you won’t forget, so fire up your sense of adventure, get your car rental insurance in place and hit the road! These are just some of the fantastic places you’ll be passing through. The Bay Coast One of the best spots on the journey is the Bay Coas... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Classic Road Trip Games to Eat Up the Empty Miles
February 24, 2020


Whether it’s with friends or family, a road trip is a perfect holiday to take with loved ones. It gives you the freedom to go where you want at your own pace, making for a relaxing getaway. It’s also quite easy to plan because once you’ve got your route planned and make sure you’re covered for car hire insurance abroad, you’re ready to get the show on the road. No matter how much fun you’re having, though, there’s always going to be those moments when the road seems never-ending and passengers are getting restless. Keeping all your passengers entertained is very important, so here are a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Family Fun On and Off the Slopes in La Rosiere
February 24, 2020


With a great range of pistes, restaurants and accommodation, there are few places better for a family ski holiday than La Rosiere. Catered chalets take away the stress of finding somewhere to eat every night, and a huge range of facilities and activities will ensure no-one in the family gets bored. Add in all the beautiful scenery and invigorating fresh air you’d expect from the Alps, and you’ve got the recipe for a perfect holiday. Read on to learn more … A Range of Pistes for All Abilities Part of the massive Espace San Bernardo ski area, the resort is linked with its Itali... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Après Ski Wellness and Wellbeing in La Rosiere
February 24, 2020


Part of the giant Espace Bernardo ski area that covers parts of both France and Italy, there are few better ski resorts to stay in than La Rosiere. Catered chalets provide top-notch accommodation and great food as well as opportunities to socialise with other guests, and the skiing is of course phenomenal. There are over 150km of pistes, ranging from beginners’ slopes to challenging reds and blacks. But this article isn’t about that. Instead, we’re going to run through some of the best options in the resort for wellness. After all, if you’re spending your days throwing yourself down the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. 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

9. What You Didn't Know About Historical Barcelona
February 18, 2020


Barcelona has it all for couples with a penchant for class, culture and finesse. With museums, theatres and galleries galore (not to mention exquisite cuisine), let Catalonia’s capital truly indulge your senses. Justly famous for its historical and cultural accolades, the city still has a few less well known stories to tell. Hidden Histories This is a city with a dramatic past. Believed to be the birth-child of Carthaginian general Barca, many say that Barcelona predates Rome itself. History indeed is reignited around every corner with many people also unaware that in the 8th centur... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Introducing the Range of Accessible City Tours in Berlin
February 18, 2020


The historic city of Berlin is celebrated for its cutting-edge cultural scene, with over 170 museums and world-class shopping, not to mention its wealth of well-known landmarks, from the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building to Checkpoint Charlie. Taking a city tour of Berlin is a great way to check out these star attractions, and when it comes to organised tours, the German capital has a fantastic choice of accessible options to suit wheelchair users and those with other disabilities, thanks to the strong support of the city’s tourism board. Visitors can take their pick from a var... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Enjoying Family Fun in the Turkish Sun: Exploring Belek
February 18, 2020


Although it might be famous as a top spot for teeing off, there’s so much more to this Turkish resort than the acres of state-of-the-art golf courses. Belek also has miles of stunning beaches to wander along, as well as numerous fascinating historical sites within easy reach of the resort. Tire out the kids with adventure activities like water sports or rafting, or get out and explore some of the local towns and nature spots in the region. Here are some of the top family activities that will help you discover a different side to Belek. Spend a Day at the Beach Belek boasts an a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. 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

13. The Best Districts to Stay in Beautiful Budapest
February 18, 2020


Known as the Pearl of the Danube, Budapest is one of Europe’s most enchanting historical cities, formed when two towns either side of the river, the elegant royal capital Buda and the thriving commercial centre of Pest, united into a single city in 1873. Now, its buzzing, bohemian atmosphere and wide range of attractions, from museums to nightlife to thermal baths, makes it one of Europe’s most-visited capitals. To make the most of your time in this charismatic city, it’s helpful to have an idea where exactly you want to base yourself. The Hungarian capital is made up of 23 districts, eac... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. 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

15. 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

16. 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

17. Seven Splendid Days in the Stunning Region of Tuscany
February 18, 2020


Tuscany, in Italy, is the number one aspirational destination for many people around the world. The food, the art, the culture and the magnificent history all combine to make this a traveller’s absolute dream. Unfortunately, though, most of us don’t have unlimited time to experience all the things to do in Tuscany, so planning an itinerary can often be quite tricky. It pays to do a little research first so you’ll get to see and do everything you want, and this rough seven-day itinerary covers everything we think you really shouldn’t miss. When it comes to this beautiful part of the world... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. 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

19. Fabulous Foodie Fun in the Glorious Chianti Region of Tuscany
February 18, 2020


Italy and gastronomy go hand in hand and nowhere is that expectation higher than in Tuscany, a destination renowned for its outstanding locally produced food and wine. While it’s pretty hard to find a bad (authentic) meal in Tuscany, the Chianti region is arguably the best of a pretty magnificent bunch when it comes to amazing food. Of all the things to do in Chianti, sampling the fresh produce, wines and traditional cuisine of the region is among the most popular. Whether you join a day trip for a gastronomy themed tour, or you go it alone and make some wonderful discoveries for yourself... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Discover The Age Old Tradition of Olive Oil Production in Chianti
February 18, 2020


One of the products most synonymous with Italy is its delicious olive oil. Most areas have their own version of this sacred drop, and not only is it eaten and used in cooking as an absolute staple, it’s also a very common souvenir for tourists to take back home. It’s a little bit of Italy in a bottle, if you will… Discover the Olive Oils at the Source As the world’s second biggest producer of the delectable oil (behind only Spain), Italy’s age-old traditions of production are embedded into the fabric of its culinary heritage. Throughout the country you’ll find countless small, famil... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Australia's Most Compact Epic Road Trip: Tasmania!
February 18, 2020


Just to the south of Australia is the beautiful island of Tasmania and, as it is so compact, it makes the perfect place for a road trip. In a one week visit, you’ll feel like you’ve explored the whole island and, as there is so much to see, both scenery and culture wise, you will feel like you have been on the road for more like seven weeks! Tasmania in Seven Days Leaving Melbourne on the Spirit of Tasmania, you can sit back and enjoy a relaxed crossing over to Davenport. The journey takes around ten hours but there is plenty to do onboard. Hire your car in Melbourne (remembering you... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Hit the Road to Scenic Adventures on the Isle of Wight
February 18, 2020


The Isle of Wight has got to be one of the most beautiful places in the UK to discover by road. The concept of a road trip around this sleepy island, that was once a Victorian holiday destination, has an air of romance about it and, because of its modest size, you don’t have to spend long days behind the wheel. Instead, you can take things easy and lap up the beautiful views, changing landscapes and glittering coastline at a relaxed and enjoyable pace. With more than half of the island designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there is something to see around every turn. Bursting... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Explore Colourful, Compact Madeira on a Relaxed Road Trip
February 18, 2020


Madeira is one of those islands that is definitely best explored by car. With so much to discover in its ‘out of the way’ towns and villages and along its beautiful coastline, having your own wheels gives you the best chance of seeing as much you want to in the time you have. We suggest renting a vehicle and driving the length of the island, taking in some of the road trips below. Before you leave, remember that Madeira is best discovered slowly. The roads can be full of twists and turns and there are many ups and downs, so take it easy. Stick to the smaller roads for the most authentic e... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Taste, Experience and Appreciate Champagne: A Feast for the Senses
February 18, 2020


For the discerning traveller with an avid interest in food and wine, a French barge cruise through the magnificent Champagne region has got to be among the most highly recommended. Blanketed in famous vineyards and, more often than not, bathed in warm golden light, this region is perfectly suited to exploring from the vantage of a luxury barge. Of course, on your French barge cruise there will be ample opportunity to sample the different sparkling wines for which the region is so well known. Like all wines, tasting Champagne is a veritable feast for all five senses. Sampling these decaden... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Top Five Take-Home Souvenirs of Glorious Gascony
February 18, 2020


The concept of the French barge cruise is one that has recently become a very popular choice for the discerning traveller. Discovering a country or a region at a steady pace from the comfort of a luxury floating hotel is definitely appealing to more and more people, especially those who have an interest in history, culture, food and wine. Gascony, in the south west of France, is a picturesque region that is perfectly made for exploring by water. As you meander along the Canal des Deux Mers, which links the Atlantic to the Mediterranean, you will be truly delighted by the beautiful scener... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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