City breaks are definitely my favourite kind of holiday and I’ve been lucky enough to visit a number of incredible cities so far, and while there’s an abundance of cities that are still on my travel wishlist, there are in fact some places that I’d love to revisit and explore more one day!
While I do love hanging out in the countryside sometimes, or lounging around on a beach with a delicious fruity cocktail, my happy travel place always tends to be when I’m exploring a new city and absorbing every bit of culture that I possibly can.
Here’s 5 cities I’d love to revisit and explore!
Whether you’re travelling around the world on the most incredible adventure of your life, or you’re just heading for a little European getaway, chances are that you’re going to need a few tools to help you out with your trip.
Whenever I visit somewhere new, whether it be Edinburgh or New York, I always have a few travel apps in my arsenal that I turn to when I need to learn something about a new culture, translate currency so I can pay correctly or an app simply to display my boarding pass at the gate.
In today’s post I’ve included a list of the best free travel apps that you’ll actually use, and most definitely love.
With over 1 billion active users on Instagram, it’s not hard to see why the photo sharing social media platform has taken over the world (kind of).
At just a click of a button, we have unlimited access to a plethora of wanderlust worthy images of stunning cities, beaches and countries. And according to research undertaken by holiday home insurance company, Schofields, over 40% of millennials are choosing their holiday destinations based upon how socially shareable and ‘Instagrammable’ their holiday will be.
In today’s post I wanted to explore that a little further and see what the role Instagram plays on our choice of travel.
It feels almost criminal writing this post now as it’s currently 27° here in the UK and here I am writing about activities to do in the rain… In my defense, I’ve had this post planned for a long time now so you’ll just have to bare with my total idiocy and inability to predict the glorious weather we’ve been having…
When you go on holiday to a warm country that’s notorious for its excellent weather, it’s safe to say you’ll be more than disappointed if you arrive and it’s lashing down with rain and there’s an incoming thunderstorm.
Should you ever face this dilemma, I’ve put together a list of my 9 ways to embrace a rainy day on holiday.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved watching all kinds of movies; whether it’s a rom-com, action film, or more recently, films in the thriller genre, I can happily sit and watch anything.
But, if there’s one thing I love about watching movies, it’s learning something and being inspired; especially movies that inspire my travels. There’s so many films that I’ve been inspired by in the last few years, and they’ve all encouraged me to visit a plethora of places around the world.
So here’s my list of films to watch to inspire your travels.