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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. […]

5 Incredible Family Travel Experiences in Belgium

Half of our family lives in Belgium. The other half lives in Spain. Thanks to Ryanair, commuting between the two is easy. Still, living in two different countries can be difficult, so when the Spanish half visits the Belgian half, we’re very happy to get the inside scoop on family fun adventures. Show More Summary

Your Guide to Cruise Packing

Packing for a cruise is a lot more complicated than throwing your summer wardrobe into a suitcase. The number of destinations that you will visit on your holiday makes it tempting to pack your entire wardrobe, just in case. Here’s a guide on what you need to consider when packing for your cruise holiday and […]

Why You Need to See Nuremberg Right Now

Located in northern Bavaria, Nuremberg is an elegant city that’s not only charming, but also full of history. It’s one to add to your European bucket list, especially if you love the Nordic countries, fairytale landscapes and if you’re travelling with little ones. Show More Summary

5 Good Reasons to Fly to Malta

Malta has a reputation for being a quiet spot in the sun, perfect for ex-pats, and a peaceful place for ‘old people’ to go on holidays.  Well, I spent some time there recently, and I can only conclude that this is evidence of the wisdom that comes with age. Show More Summary

A Super (Natural) Guide to Edinburgh

From grisly tales of bodysnatchers to wicked wizards and secret vaults, Edinburgh is definitely not short of a ghost story or two. In case you’re in any doubt, we recently captured a few of the city’s most frightening encounters on camera:...Show More Summary

The Laing Art Gallery Newcastle

The Laing Art Gallery is located in the city centre of Newcastle upon Tyne. Entry is free. Opening hours are 10am – 5pm Tuesday to Saturday, and 2pm – 5pm on Sunday.  It’s closed on Mondays. I loved that the Gallery has several al fresco murals on one of its exterior walls. Close to the Gallery […]

Scarier than Fiction: Discovering the Real Life Dracula in Transylvania

Forget strings of garlic, fluttering bats and every other cliché associated with the Dracula story. Transylvania’s Bran Castle (and its terrifying history) throws some serious shade on Bram Stoker’s tale. Located in Romania’s Carpathian...Show More Summary

Farewell Summer! Highlights from the 2016 Season at Mykonos Panormos Villas

We’ve only got a few weeks left until we take our winter break at Mykonos Panormos Villas. We’ve had great fun as always this year, so, as the season draws to a close we thought it would be fun to take a look back over what’s been aShow More Summary

5 Frightfully Good Things to See and Do in Dublin

From chilling hauntings to thrilling bus tours, the following are just a few of Dublin’s spookiest attractions to experience the next time you visit the Irish capital. Malahide Castle A photo posted by Catherine Clarke (@cate_clarke)...Show More Summary

First Light exhibition by Louise Cattrell at the Granary Gallery, Berwick upon Tweed

The First Light exhibition by Louise Cattrell is on at the Granary Gallery in Berwick upon Tweed until 29 January 2017. ‘First Light’ was commissioned by Berwick Visual Arts as part of the International Print Biennale taking part across the north east of England in October 2016. All my favourites in the ‘First Light’ exhibition […]

16 Movie Destinations that Will Make You Fall in Love with Europe

Pack your popcorn, we’re taking you on an epic journey to some of Europe’s most cinematic destinations… Ireland     Kerry, Star Wars Episode VII The Force Awakens: When scouting for locations for Star Wars The Force Awakens VII, the rugged good looks of Co. Show More Summary

Photo Tour of Camley Street Natural Park London

The Camley Street Natural Park is located close to King’s Cross Station. I happened to spot a sign for it when I was in the area, and decided to take a look. The park was created in an old railway coal yard which was saved from redevelopment in the 1980s. The park has a visitor […]

Ryanair Stories: Mission to the Dordogne Region of France

Ever dreamt of being a princess?  Or a gallant knight?  No matter what your age, you’ll realise that the Dordogne region of France with its rolling hills dotted with castles and manors is the stuff of storybooks. You could easily get...Show More Summary

10 Reasons You Need to See Belfast Now

Whether you opt to eat everything in sight, absorb the enthralling history, or escape to Belfast’s beautiful surrounding areas, this ‘wee city’ is the place to be right now.  It’s a Foodie’s Paradise   As Northern Ireland celebrates their Year of Food and Drink, there’s no better time for foodies to savour the capital’s culinary delights. Show More Summary

Six Ways to Get to Know Sofia

Sofia is an absolute gem of a city break destination. Not only does it offer unbeatable value for money, but there’s plenty to write home about too. First time in the city? The following are six ways to make the most of your trip to the Bulgarian capital. Show More Summary

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