London’s Wild Nightlife

London’s Night Life is Wild! London Tourist Guide > Night life  in London London is a city buzzing with excitement with parties and clubs which are open till late. Many attractions such as the Houses of Parliament and Trafalgar square are lit up at night as well, and restaurants are also open till late to […]

London Theatres Are a Great Night Out!

Theatre Nights in London London Tourist Guide > Theatre Nights London London culture is vibrant, exciting and very eclectic. A truly cosmopolitan city with heavy influences from various ethnic cultures, London is a great place to visit and will appeal to everyone, regardless of who they are.

Top Attractions In London

The Top Attractions in London London Tourist Guide > London Attractions London has a plethora of places which can satisfy the fussiest of travellers; from the world-renowned Buckingham palace to the London eye. The main problem with London is that there is so much to see and it can be difficult to decide what to […]

Places To Visit In London – Top Free Attractions

London on The Cheap – Top Free Attractions London Tourist Guide > Free Attractions London London is a seething metropolis of busy bodies and important people…and lots of tourists! And these tourists need places of interest to visit. If you are visiting as a family, there are lots of free attractions that will whet your […]

Costa Del Sol – Experience the wonders of the Sunshine Coast!

Visiting the Costa Del Sol If you are thinking about visiting Spain this year then the Costa Del Sol should certainly be amongst your considerations. The Costa del Sol is a haven for holiday makers with its beautiful beaches and year round superb weather. More than two million tourists visit the region each year. The […]

Experience a Break in Madrid

Thinking of having a break? Consider Madrid! Madrid is the capital city of Spain and is a cosmopolitan city which offers many cultural and modern day delights for the whole family. Unlike other cities though, Madrid’s proximity to mountains means it has a high altitude, with long dry summers and cold winters. Rain isn’t the […]

The Savvy Traveller’s Guide to Barcelona

Visit Barcelona – Year round culture and climate Barcelona is a great place to visit at any time of the year. A cosmopolitan city, it enjoys the best of what Spain has to offer with great food, a rich culture and friendly people. The weather in Barcelona is temperate, so the best time of year […]

Rome comes under the spotlight as the Pope prepares to visit

Pope Benedict XVl is preparing to visit Rome later this month to pay his respects to the 335 victims of Hitler’s bomb attacks on Rome during World War II. The Nazi massacre included mostly Romans and Jews with a few criminals thrown in for good measure. A mausoleum in the shape of a bunker has […]

Berlin’s War Cemetery Invaded by Wild Pigs While Elsewhere Tourism is Booming

Here’s something you don’t hear very often: the British Commonwealth War Graves Commission Cemetery in Berlin looks more like a ploughed field than a perfectly landscaped cemetery thanks to a random attack of wild boars from the nearby forest of Grunewald! Seriously, this is one porker of a story, since the boars have virtually unearthed […]

New golfing ‘city’ a first for Croatia’s capital Dubrovnik

Croatia plans its first ever golf course complete with multiple hotels, marinas and a business park, and all on 5000 hectares of land. The ‘city’ is planned to be in the ‘Three Sisters’ which is near Dubrovnik, and will give this edgy city even more bite. Described as the ‘pearl of the Adriatic’ by Lord […]

Budapest struggles with freedom of speech, not freedom of architectural beauty

Budpest may be struggling with its law on media coverage with the government now demanding ‘fair and even coverage’ from all media outlets rather than promoting freedom of speech, but that doesn’t stop the city being one of Europe’s travel hotspot destinations. Budapest is a firm favourite with travellers and well noted for its sophisticated […]

Carla Brunei isn’t as popular as was hoped, but France bravely soldiers on…

The latest popularity polls may have pointed to France’s first lady Carla Bruni as being a bit of a flop; and if that’s not bad enough, her and her husband Nioklas Sarkozy haven’t been  invited to this year’s main event – the Royal Wedding! But hey, no love’s been lost in the French capital Paris. […]

Morocco’s Capital Comes To Life

The other day, I made a tagine – a traditional Moroccan dish made with lamb and apricots. It was to die for! I would never, ever have tried such a combination had I not visited Morocco a few years back. Of all the places I travelled to, Marrakech had to be my favourite! Marrakech is […]

French Riveria Explodes With a Wash of Golden Yellow

Mid-February sees an explosion of yellow on the French Riviera Cote d’Azur with the annual Mimosa festival. The festival is known locally as the Fete du Mimosa and celebrates the return of the yellow flowers after a particularly bad winter in 1929 when most of the crops were destroyed. Fast forward to 2011, and the […]

Milan’s Romantic Side

Milan might be in the midst of the sex scandal involving Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and the under-age prostitute known as ‘Ruby’, but that’s no reason why a fabulous break in this gorgeous cosmopolitan town is not possible. Milan is one of the world’s fashion capitals and is entrenched in history, fashion, beauty and heritage. […]