Planning a Scottish vacation should ideally involve more than deciding upon your destinations and travel plans. This page looks at some important factors which you are likely to encounter in Scotland today, each having some bearing on your vacation, and helps you plan in advance for factors you may not otherwise have considered.
A visit to the Alhambra is a step back in time to a magical period of sultans, emirs, and the last Muslim dynasty in Spain. If you are visiting Granada, then you must visit the Alhambra.
A wonderful day trip from Seville is a visit to the famed White Villages of Andalusia. These small communities provide an authentic experience and offer a glimpse into the laid-back lifestyle of southern Spain.
One of the most beautiful and historic cities in the world, Edinburgh cannot fail to impress with its ancient attractions, exciting festivals and bustling city centre. A perfect combination of historical and modern, this cosmopolitan city will delight and intrigue even the most discerning traveller.
No city in the world can compare to Venice. My top 10 list of sights in Venice will take you off the beaten path as well as to all of the must see attractions. Check it out and get your walking shoes on.
Derbyshire is home to some of Britain’s best walking and cycling. It’s also true that there is an abundance of very good cafes in Derbyshire—ranging from the Peak District to the Derwent Valley, there’s somewhere for all.
Fast-paced and exciting, there is nothing quite like riding with the pack in the beautiful forests in the Pyhä-Luosto region of Finnish Lapland. Hold on to your hat!
Deep in the forest, a secret is to be found. Experience a Reindeer Safari, traditional cuisine, fishing, snowmobiles, a taster of Sámi culture, and much more at Jaakkola Reindeer Farm!
Wondering how to make the most of the variety of transport types available in Porto to see as much as possible of the city and the Douro Valley? Here's a guide to being a savvy traveler in Porto based on what we learned during a 12-day trip there.
The Royal Stables of Cordoba provide visitors with the rare opportunity to experience the amazing Andalusian horses. Whether attending the nightly show or the daily practice session, I think you will be in awe of these majestic creatures.
Buried by Mount Vesuvius in 79AD, Pompeii stands today much as it did in the first century. This archaeological time capsule gives us a glimpse of early Roman life as it was almost two thousand years ago.
Andalusia resonates with sound, colour and culture, and yet there is a distinctly laid-back feel to the way of life here. With its iconic palaces, passionate flamenco and wonderful festivals, you cannot fail to be impressed by this sun-kissed region enticing you to visit and return.
With so many sites to see across Italy, is it worth the time and effort to visit the Leaning Tower of Pisa? That is the question everyone wants an answer to—to visit or not to visit?
Looking for a day-trip from Paris that you can do on your own? For a wonderful experience head to Giverny and Claude Monet's Home and Gardens. What Monet created here is simply amazing.
Welcome to Sorrento. This beautiful seaside community makes a great base for visiting the Amalfi Coast, Capri, and of course Pompeii. It also has so much to offer in its own right.