The festive season is upon us and with Christmas just around the corner it is that time of year when we all need to start to think about a gift to give to our loved ones. Why don’t you make this year and extra special one and take your loved one, your family or even just yourself, to one of the many amazing Christmas markets around Europe? There are many of them to choose from. You can wander through the markets where you will be pulled into the Christmas spirit and be able to choose from local, handcrafted gifts, or, you can enjoy some mouth-watering Christmas dishes and treats. Whatever you preference and whether alone or with others, you are sure to enjoy the atmosphere. Today I will do a roundup of some of the oldest and best Christmas markets to choose from. Strasbourg – France Strasbourg in eastern France is where you will find one of Europe’s oldest Christmas markets. The first edition of this famous market took place in 1570 and is still …
Well, we have been busy here recently I can tell you. Since the new board of Directors took office, Bidroom announced yesterday the substantial capital investment which will be used to accelerate the growth of the company and all, for the benefit of you.
The golden age of trains has pretty much been and gone. Although it is still the greenest form of travel for us, the romance of train travel died a long time ago, along with that came the death of countless railway stations that are not used anymore.
The world of travel blogging is a busy one. There are now a lot of them out there for you to follow and read. It is important, if you are a budding travel blogger, to watch the best of the best and observe how they write and what they write about. If you just love to read them then this list is for you. So let’s dive in and explore what the travel blog world has to offer.
Italian version below. Versione Italiana di Seguito. When you think about Italy, it’s probably food and architecture that immediately come to mind. Since we have already covered magnificent Italian architecture in our previous articles, I want to focus more on the second aspect. Italian food, also mentioned before, is something the country is internationally famous for. But what’s there besides pizza, pasta, and gelato? Many delicacies!
October is nearly over and that means that even the lucky ones start to really feel the upcoming cold months. Some of us react really bad to the smaller amount of sunlight, longer nights and very low temperature. What to do to deal with it? Read on!
Versión en español abajo – Spanish version below As the final part of Spanish week, we take a look at the food fairs and festivals that you can enjoy when visiting Spain. Prepare your senses for a mouthwatering ride around Spain.
Article en français ci-dessous – See below for the French Version. France is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations, it has many assets, including its cultural, historical and culinary heritage! French gastronomy has been inscribed on the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO since 2010.
Last Friday we looked at Full Moon Parties in Thailand. This week we are going to look a little closer to home (for some of us at least) and explore the best dance clubs in Europe for an unforgettable experience of dance and culture. I have been to some of them, not all, but be sure to visit if you are ever near any of them and dance the night (or early morning) away until you drop and let us know what you thought of them.
The now infamous Full Moon Party in Thailand, once a gathering of travellers on a remote, underdeveloped island, has since exploded into what most people know today. One of the most infamous and best parties in the world. For some, it is merely an extra to their visit to Thailand. For others, it is the only reason for their visit to Thailand.