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7 of Europe’s Most Bizarre Museums

  ?Gelato Museum, Bologna A photo posted by Angie (@pdxtoflr) on Nov 19, 2016 at 4:54am PST   A museum dedicated to gelato? What’s not to like? Located just outside of Bologna, the Gelato Museum Carpigiani offers the inside scoop on all things sweet and Italian. Show More Summary

Review of Mayor Capo Di Corfu in Greece

We stayed at the Mayor Capo Di Corfu, formerly the Aquis Capo Di Corfu) for a week in early October 2015, It was part of a dynamic package holiday from Travel Interaction, which was featured in the Travelzoo weekly newsletter. We paid a total of £688 for the holiday: £371 for an all inclusive seven […]

A Fairy Tale City Break: Welcome to Bremen

Bremen isn’t a big city, and it might not be one of the first ones that come to mind when you’re considering a city break – but you know what they say about good things and small packages… I spent a few days here to find out what Bremen has to offer, and here’s what […] The post A Fairy Tale City Break: Welcome to Bremen appeared first on Into the Blue | Ryanair Travel Blog.

The Hepworth Gallery Wakefield

The Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield opened in 2011. The gallery is named after the sculptor Barbara Hepworth, who was born in Wakefield. The gallery is situated on the souther bank of the River Calder. Large windows afford great views of the river. It was interesting to see a mock-up of Hepworth’s studio and watch videos about her […]

Street of Light Edinburgh

The Street of Light performance in George Street in Edinburgh runs every evening at 6pm and 8pm until 24 December 2016. The event is free to attend, but you need to book tickets in advance. Even if you don’t get a ticket you can see the show from the pavement on either side. For some reason, […]

Destination Watch: Cities to See in Summer 2017

Looking for an excuse to try somewhere new or different for a city break in summer 2017?  Just going to leave this here…   Ostrava   Located around 10 kilometres south of the Polish border and 50 kilometres west of the Slovak border,...Show More Summary

Hidden Spanish Beauty Spots to Head To For a Spring Break

With a number of celebrity deaths and political upheaval, and now the chill of winter creeping upon us, you’re probably dreaming spring. The nights become lighter, the air is warmer, animals come out of hibernation and flowers and plants begin to bloom. Why not spend some of spring at one Spain’s many hidden gems? La […]

What to Expect from your Luxury Villa Rental in Mykonos in 2017!

Winter is arriving and we’ve closed our luxury sea view villas for a few months to take a bit of a breather and recharge our batteries for next summer. 2016 was another fabulous season here in Panormos Bay, Mykonos, and we’re already...Show More Summary

Guide to Galicia, Spain

Galicia, one of Spain’s 17 autonomous regions, sits above Portugal at the most North Western point of the Iberian Peninsula looking out proudly into the Atlantic, and so it should. Perhaps one of the lesser known regions by tourists, within Spain and those in the know, Galicia is famed for its beautiful countryside, sublime seafood […]

7 Ways to Get Festive in Liverpool

The festive season is set to be a cracker in Liverpool this year. Heading over for a weekend? Check out these 7 christmassy picks to enjoy during a winter city break… Liverpool’s Christmas Market A photo posted by Illusion Of Reality...Show More Summary

Review of Hotel Ranga Iceland

We stayed at the Hotel Ranga, in the south west of Iceland, for two nights on a complimentary basis in late October 2016. The transfer from Keflavik Airport took around one hour forty minutes. As our taxi arrived in the hotel car park, just after midnight, many guests were out at the front to see […]

Wild Atlantic Wonders: Co. Kerry’s Most Beautiful Islands

Flying into Kerry will give you unrivalled access to some of the most stunning islands of Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Make friends with whales and dolphins, take a cable car over the crashing ocean, or stargaze under Ireland’s darkest skies. Show More Summary

Where to Go in January and February

January   Brussels and Bruges: With their pop-up-book looks, Brussels and Bruges take on a special kind of magic in winter. Enjoy the snow-covered scenery and forget all about the cold as you warm your mitts with a cone of hot Belgian Frites or a greedy helping of chocolate-smothered waffles. Show More Summary

Five Ways to Discover Dublin in Winter

As a winter destination, Dublin may not be known for its sunny skies and soaring temperatures but it’s not all doom and gloom. In fact, the city comes alive with an array of festivals, shows and wintertime attractions, all wrapped up in the friendly Irish spirit which shines through no matter what the weather. Show More Summary

Photo Tour of Highgate Cemetery London

Highgate Cemetery in north London was one of these places that I’d been meaning to visit for decades. One of the reasons I selected the Ramada Hotel Finchley for my London accommodation was that it was bus ride from the hotel to the cemetery. I’d looked at the Highgate Cemetery to check opening hours before […]

Five Derry Must-Dos

Don’t just visit Derry, live it. Don’t rush the walls, stroll them. Hear the Foyle River thunder under the Peace Bridge, take your time to wander around the majestic Guildhall Square, drool over hot-buttered soda farls in your new favourite café, and follow your ear to best traditional music session in town. Show More Summary

Best Restaurants in Edinburgh

Edinburgh offers a plethora of restaurants to suit every palate and wallet! Choose from city centre restaurants, to local gems out-with the city centre. For example, enjoy the village feel of Stockbridge with its lively cafes, pubs and restaurants or head to Edinburgh's waterfront at Leith which is growing in stature as a key gastronomic destination.

10 Essential Lisbon Travel Apps

Lisboa Cool Get some serious plans in place with this awesome events-finder app.  Promising to only show you the best of Lisbon, the Lisboa Cool app works by asking you to answer two questions before providing you with a range of cool things to see and do in the city during your stay. Show More Summary

Top 5 Golfing Destinations in Europe

Where are the best places to play golf in Europe? What a question that is! If you like Links Golf then Scotland and Ireland would probably come out on top, if you love to play in the sunshine you will find yourself heading off to Spain, Portugal or Perhaps somewhere like Cyprus or Turkey, Europe […]

Open Exhibition 2016 at Berwick Watchtower Gallery

The Open Exhibition is on at Berwick Watchtower Gallery until Friday 2 December 2016. I entered my Sheep in Heather at Dusk collage, pictured below, which was hung alongside Morag Eaton’s Julien’s Vegetables panorama. You can vote for your favourite piece at the exhibition. I cast my vote for the Three Tin Cans by David Stuart, pictured below. […]

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