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 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 […]
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 […]
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
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
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 […]
Getting Around Prague is exceptionally beautiful and it’s a lovely city to walk around, but it’s big and there’s a lot to see. In winter it’s very cold too, with temperatures regularly hitting below zero – so for the sake of efficiency,...Show More Summary
Before you jet away to sunnier climes, spare a thought for your pale Irish skin. Did you know that too much sun leads to skin ageing, including wrinkles and unsightly spots, or that you can get sunburnt on a cloudy day, through glass,...Show More Summary
Eastbourne, in East Sussex, lies on the south coast of England. It takes around 90 minutes to reach Eastbourne by rail from Victoria Station in London. Eastbourne’s packed events calendar ensures plenty to do and see at any time of year. Outdoor lovers can enjoy coastal or inland walks, in beautiful countryside with pit stops […]
‘Always Getting Better’ (AGB) is Ryanair’s programme of improvements and initiatives to enhance our customers’ experience. With the launch of AGB 4, we’ve got plenty more reasons for you to enjoy low cost travel at Ryanair, here are 10: 1.Lower Fares It’s going to be even cheaper to fly Ryanair. Show More Summary
Spring is one of the best times of year to visit the Italian city of Florence. Below are some ideas for things to do in Florence this Spring. If you are in Florence on Easter Sunday, you can watch Scoppio del Carro (explosion of the cart). This origin of this tradition dates from the First Crusade […]
It’s your anniversary, your husband’s birthday, the celebration of her new job, or just any other reason to say I love you. What do you do? Sure, you can book the standard night out but what if you could step it up a notch….tell him...Show More Summary
Boarded the plane in 2°C and pitch darkness. Landed in 20°C and beaming sunshine. Hello Porto – your first impression game is top notch. With only two and a half days here, the plan was get to the hotel and get straight out there. However, when we arrived we had to take a few […] The post 3 Days In Porto appeared first on Into the Blue | Ryanair Travel Blog.
The first part of the three year long NOW exhibition is on at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art until 24 September 2017. A fair part of the exhibition consists of work by the Glaswegian artist Nathan Coley. It was a bit alarming to see smoke coming for the recently opened Switch House in […]
Those that have had the pleasure of flying class know just how luxurious it can be. Whereas economy is loud, cramped and not very private, flying first class allows you peace, quiet, space and incredible service. For many people, their idea of a luxury vacation involves travelling first class on a flight to an exotic […]
Despite being the capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh is actually not that big. It's fairly compact, and one big advantage it has over other larger cities is that it's easier to maintain efficient public transport systems throughout the city. As a result, it does very well in providing a reliable and safe public transport system both city-wide and beyond.
When I was in the Swedish city of Gothenburg. I decided to walk the two miles to the Botanical Gardens. Although I could have used my Gothenburg City Card to take the tram, I wanted some exercise and the route looked interesting. I found several interesting sculptures in Kungsparken. The concrete oval sculpture provided a […]
Boasting an abundance of everything from rustic country fare and delectable “pintxos” to multi-Michelin-starred marvels, northern Spain’s Basque Country is the stuff of foodie dreams. Here’s how to eat and sip your way through the very best of the best. Show More Summary
To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, we made a little video dedicated to Ireland’s lovely capital. Check it out below. Sláinte! The post Beautiful Dublin appeared first on Into the Blue | Ryanair Travel Blog.
We’re all familiar with the sun, sea and sand image of the Algarve. But head west from the coast and a whole other world awaits, filled with sunny mountainous woodlands, detox retreats and quiet places to escape the stresses of daily life. Show More Summary