Where to go Shopping in New York

Shopping in New York Where does one begin with exploring one of the world’s top shopping capitals? New York’s five boroughs sprawl for miles and are each home to a unique range of stores, boutiques, pop-up spaces and plenty of designer outlets. The city is also famous for its iconic department stores including the flagship…

Visit Amsterdam on a Budget

The Dutch capital of Amsterdam is a hugely popular tourist destination that is full of exciting things to see and do. It attracts plenty of young people from all over the world whose imagination is captured by the elegant canals, quirkily designed buildings and laidback atmosphere. There’s something to do at all times of day,…

Where to Stay in Melbourne

Melbourne is one of Australia’s biggest cities, and regarded as the ‘cultural capital’ of the country. Famed for its many shopping streets, cafe culture and events, it’s regarded as one of the best cities in the world to live. The centre of Melbourne is packed with things to do and see, while the inner suburbs offer…

Things to do in Fabulous Florence

Florence is known all over the world as a city for art lovers and history buffs. It is home to ancient pre-Roman civilisations and the city at the centre of the Renaissance. Florence also has some of the most beautiful surroundings of any European city; the hills and vineyards of Tuscany. Whether you’re coming to…

New York Beyond Manhattan

Think of New York and you’ll most likely picture, Times Square, The Empire State Building or Central Park. Although it’s certainly a place to miss out on entirely, the city does not end at the shores of Manhattan, its central island borough. There are plenty more areas worth getting to know, and with some fantastic…

Don’t Miss Out on the Best of Munich

Munich, the capital of the Bavarian region, is one of Germany’s wealthiest and most important cities. Each year in late September tourists from all over the globe flock to the city for the legendary Oktoberfest parties, a tradition which has lasted more than 200 years, starting out as the celebration of a Royal marriage. Whatever…