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Ibiza Closing Parties: The Ultimate Playlist

The temperature is starting to drop in Ibiza but the island is still bursting with clubbers and sun seekers. Each autumn, as the summer draws to a close, you may hear friends and colleagues say ‘I’m going to the Ibiza closing parties’ and wondered ‘what’s the big deal?’. Show More Summary

Visiting Alexandra Palace in London

I finally got around to visiting Alexandra Palace in north London this year. It first opened as an entertainment venue, known as the People’s Palace, in 1873. It was named after the Princess of Wales, Alexandra, But it burnt down in a fire only 16 days after opening. The rebuilt Palace opened in 1875. I first […]

Italy Uncovered: The Hidden Treasures of Urbino

Urbino is one of Italy’s finest Renaissance cities. The university town has a remarkable artistic legacy and today it boasts a perfectly preserved centro storico (old town) with a lively student atmosphere.  Often overlooked for the more famous cities of Florence, Rome and Venice, Urbino has much to offer to the discerning traveller. Show More Summary

The Shibden Valley from Halifax: A Circular Walk

This walk is about 5 miles long, with some uphill sections. From the centre of Halifax, you can choose to start either near the railway station (pay parking, free toilets) and walk through the shopping centre to Kirkgate (5-10min), or look for parking near Kirkgate. The walk starts at Kirkgate. Right on to Bank Bottom; cross […]

Where to Go in November and December

Stave off winter blues and see out the year on a high with our round-up of Europe’s best destinations for November and December. November     Tenerife: Tenerife is one of Europe’s most reliable destinations for winter sun, with the island enjoying average November temperatures of 20C. Show More Summary

How to Eat Your Way around Vigo, Spain

Life revolves almost entirely around the sea in the Spanish port city of Vigo and the locals are blessed with what many say is the best seafood on earth. The exceptionally high quality of the fish and shellfish is a result a coastal upwelling phenomenon, which makes the waters extremely rich in nutrients. Show More Summary

‘Clothes of Memories’ Collages by Tonie Lewenhaupt at Rohsska Museum Gothenburg Sweden

One of the highlights of my visit to the Rohsska Museum in Gothenburg were the ‘Clothes of Memories’ collages by fashion historian Tonie Lewenhaupt. The collages were part of the ‘Only the Best – Fashion Highlights’ exhibition, which runs until 30 December 2016. I’ve created quiet a few collages myself. The collage technique of using various […]

11 Awesome Autumn Instagrams To Give You Wanderlust

It’s that time of year again when the summer air starts to get that crisp bite back, lush green landscapes turn sepia, and the trees show us their bones again… Autumn in Europe is a beautiful thing. If you feel like seeing the leaves...Show More Summary

Top Five Western Ireland Stops on the Wild Atlantic Way

The longest and now the best known coastal touring route in Ireland, the Wild Atlantic Way is perhaps the best way to take in the scenic beauty of Ireland. Covering over 2500 kilometres and passing through 9 Irish counties it takes visitors through some of the most beautiful sights in the country. And the most stunning […]

7 Things You’ll Take Home from Toulouse

Rose-tinted Photos A photo posted by Walter N (@walter_en) on Aug 26, 2015 at 4:24am PDT   Toulouse gets its nickname ‘La Ville Rose’ (Pink City) from the colour of the brick used throughout the city and it must be said, Toulouse looks...Show More Summary

Damian Ortega’s ‘States of Time’ at the Fruitmarket Gallery Edinburgh

The ‘States of Time’ exhibition by the Mexican artist Damian Ortega at the Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh runs until 23 October 2016. All the work featured was created specifically for the ‘States of Time’ exhibition, which focuses on the interaction of the forces of nature and the earth. Most of the work was made using clay. […]

Greece is the Best – it’s Official!

A very hectic and exciting August in Mykonos has come to an end, and September is now upon us. The kids are on their way back to school, and the nights are starting to draw in for some – but it’s still summer in Mykonos! We’re still enjoying temperatures in the mid 20s, and a […] The post Greece is the Best – it’s Official! appeared first on Mykonos Panormos Villas.

Ten Things for Under A Tenner In… Manchester

Get a Metrolink Travel Card Even if you take no other piece of advice from this article, take this piece. Manchester’s Metrolink is an exceptionally well-run transport system that will get you around the city and beyond, on time, and for a really reasonable price. Show More Summary

7 Reasons Instagram Loves Sofia

Aleksander Nevski Cathedral A photo posted by Ege ???????? (@egeke) on Jul 25, 2016 at 10:32am PDT   Designed by Russian architect Alexander Pomerantsev, Aleksander Nevski Cathedral was built between 1882 and 1912 in memory of the 200,000 Russian soldiers who died fighting for Bulgaria’s independence during the Russo-Turkish War. Show More Summary

A Local’s Guide to Eindhoven

When I moved to Eindhoven in 2014, I immediately fell in love with the city and its vibrancy. What I like most about Eindhoven is the diversity of its locals, the tech and design influences, the vibrant atmosphere, the variety of good...Show More Summary

Essay: Tips on Traveling in Europe Alone

Europe has always been one of the most popular and desirable places of interest. Tourists from all over the world come to the European countries to see their culture, history and people. This ‘old world’ is especially attractive to the people who live in America or Australia whereas Europe is a completely different place. It has […]

Ten Things for Under a Tenner in… Liverpool

If you’ve never had a city break in Liverpool, you’re missing out. It’s got everything you could possibly ask for from a superb city break – a vibrant culture, breathtaking architecture, a thriving foodie scene, superb museums and attractions, and brilliant people. Show More Summary

Visiting Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Yorkshire Sculpture Park, in West Yorkshire, is located south of Wakefield, one mile from Junction 38 on the M1. There’s no entry charge, but you do have to pay to park, which costs £2.50 for up to one hour, £5 for up to two hours, and £8 for all day. There are number plate recognition […]

Vigo Uncovered: 7 Things You Never Knew About Spain’s Cies Islands

With their tropical island vibes, crystal-clear waters and powder-soft ivory sands, it’s no surprise that the Romans called the Cíes Islands ‘The Islands of the Gods’. What’s more surprising is that theses paradise hideaways are located off the coast of Vigo in Galicia, northern Spain, just a quick flight away from the UK. Show More Summary

Ten Things for Under A Tenner in… Bristol

Have a Bristolian Breakfast That’s a breakfast in the Bristolian Café by the way, rather than a regional take on the most important meal of the day. Although the guys at the Bristolian do put their own delicious spin on the breakfasts...Show More Summary

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