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Yoga Heaven Mykonos At Mykonos Panormos Villas!

We understand the importance of mental and physical well-being as much as anyone. Finding a luxurious little spot of paradise where you can get away from it all, really feel relaxed and reach inner peace is one of the best things in the world. Show More Summary

The 2017 Degree Show at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design Dundee

The Degree Show at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee runs until Sunday 28 May 2017. If at possible, you should get to Dundee to see this fabulous show. I didn’t have the energy to get round the whole show, as I’d been at the McManus Galleries and Dundee Contemporary […]

Summer Trips to the UK: Some Tips to Get Off the Beaten Track

So you are thinking of somewhere unusual to spend your time outside major European destinations this summer. In this case, it is likely that Italy, France or Spain are not at the top of your list. My first suggestion for travellers like you would be to think of all the UK has to offer and […]

2017 Edinburgh Events

Boasting a population of 500,000, Edinburgh is known throughout the world for its eclectic nature and wealth of events to enjoy throughout the year. Countless businesses and individuals will take advantage of such features in 2017 and...Show More Summary

The Best of Budapest

Budapest is breath-taking, and I don’t say that lightly. It’s stunningly, opulently beautiful – beautiful on the scale that Paris and Rome are beautiful. And as gorgeous as this jaw-dropper of a city is, it’s actually incredibly affordable too – you can easily pan a budget break here, or enjoy a little luxury without crippling yourself. Show More Summary

5 Great Reasons to Visit the New Forest National Park, UK

One of the UK’s 15 National Parks, set on England’s southern edge, the New Forest offers a wealth of things to see or do,and both coast and countryside to explore. Although it is growing in popularity with British visitors, it is still relatively off the radar to those living overseas. If you’ve never thought about […]

Peter Doig’s studiofilmclub at CAC Malaga

When visiting the Centre for Contemporary Art (CAC) in Malaga, I thought that the artist Peter Doig sounded familiar. Sure enough, I checked my Instagram stream, and found the Scottish artist Doig’s ”Milky Way’,which was one of the pieces in the Now 1 exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh. […]

Poppies by Max Brand and Joanne Robertson at the Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow

The Poppies exhibition, by artists Max Brand and Joannne Robertson, is on at the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow until 11 June 2017. This debut collaboration features paintings, sculptures and a musical work from Berlin based Brand and London based Robertson. I wasn’t too keen on various clothes rails around the exhibition. Clothes installations […]

Music Festival Ticket Giveaway

We’ve teamed up with 10 of Europe’s hottest summer music festivals to give you the chance to win festival passes for you and a friend! For your chance to win: Comment under the festival competition article, telling us which of the 10...Show More Summary

36 hours in Carcassonne

  Approaching Carcassonne, flanked by the Pyrenees on our right and the Black Mountain to our left, we caught our first glimpse of this wonderful region of France. I thought we were lining up for a run of the mill landing but then the...Show More Summary

Live the dream at our luxury villas in Mykonos

Aristotle Onassis along with Jackie and their pals used to party in Mykonos during the 60’s. ?owadays Arab princes, Russian oligarchs, Hollywood stars, international moguls and glamorous globetrotters follow in their steps. Pursuing optimum enjoyment this elite, champagne sipping, crowd selects only the best for their stay. Show More Summary

Barcelona City Guide: 5 Top Tips You Need to Know

Whether you’re heading off for a romantic break, a reunion with friends, a solo adventure or a family trip, Barcelona won’t disappoint. With beautiful architecture, amazing restaurants and relaxing parks around practically every corner, there’s so much to do. Let yourself get too sidetracked by sangria and afternoon siestas, and you’ll end up missing all […]

Mark by Mark Wallinger at the Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh

Mark by Mark Wallinger is on at the Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh until 4 June 2017. The Fruitmarket Galley is located in Market Street, close to the southern pedestrian exit of Waverley railway station. It’s free to enter and the gallery is open seven days a week, Monday to Saturday 11am to 6pm and Sunday […]

Ryanair Stories: Lanzarote for Families

    Lanzarote, once dominated by surfers, tri-athletes and beach-goers, is  the perfect destination for your next family vacation. Often described as “lunar” thanks to its dry, black volcanic landscape, many people mistakingly believe that it has little to offer the holidaymaker besides beach and sunshine. Show More Summary

The Big European Festival Competition

It’s that time of year again… festival season is descending upon us. Those daydreams of dancing in fields with the summer sun on our faces, surrounded by thousands of happy people, are starting to seem more and more realistic every day. Show More Summary

Gullfoss Waterfall in Iceland

Gullfoss waterfall was our last stop on the Golden Circle Tour in late October 2016. I had previously visited the falls in October 2009. It was much colder and icier during that visit.The sunny and showery weather during my recent visit to Gullfoss waterfall made for better photos. We visited Gullfoss as dusk was approaching. There […]

Jia Aili at CAC Malaga

A major exhibition by Chinese artist Jia Aili runs until 18 June 2017 at the Centre for Contemporary Art (CAC) in Malaga. The paintings portray bleak apocalyptic landscapes. Several pieces feature rather forlorn solitary figures. Some of the paintings are enormous. One of the artist’s aims is for visitors to the exhibition to think about […]

How to Make the Most of a Weekend In Lisbon

 Get Around From the narrow cobbled neighbourhoods of Alfama and Bairro Alto to the leafy squares and parks of Principe Real, Lisbon is a city that lends itself well to lazy strolls. If, however, you’ve got a need for speed (or you want...Show More Summary

Partake in an exclusive, life altering experience at our Mykonos Detox Luxury Retreat

International designer shops staying open until 2:00 am, chic restaurants with Michelin starred chef, elite nightclubs with formidable bouncers and world class Dj’s, champagne sipping celebrities, European royalty and Hollywood stars, bikini clad girls and boys in swimming trunks partying at midday in hip beach bars. Show More Summary

Viking Gods and Mosaics at Gothenburg City Museum

The Gothenburg City Museum charts this Swedish city’s history. I’ve always been rather intrigued by the Vikings, so as I had limited time in the museum, I went straight to the ‘Vikingr – Between Odin and Christ’ exhibition. There were sculptures of several Viking Gods. I hadn’t heard of any female Viking gods previously. Freyia […]

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