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They say the best things in life are free, and that definitely holds true for a city like Edinburgh. While many attractions within Scotland’s capital are paid such as visiting Edinburgh Castle, The Real Mary King’s Close, or Camera Obscura & World of Illusions, there are countless ways to enjoy the city for free. So grab your kilt or tartan dress and experience one of Europe’s most visited destinations. With so many free attractions on offer, you’ll have enough money left over to be able to treat yourself to a dram of fine whisky. I now give you some of the top free things to enjoy in Edinburgh.read more
It’s one of the smallest countries in the world (second only to the Vatican City), hugely popular for day trips from the surrounding French Riveria. So what are the main sites in Monaco if you’ve only planned on one day?
Size doesn’t matter in Monaco, and the sites, attractions, and excitement is all densely packed in! While there’s plenty to do deserving of a vacation in its own right, here is a quick list of the top 5 places to add to your itinerary if you’re day tripping.read more
Whether you’re looking to throw a luxurious birthday party, want a relaxing vacation with friends and family, or you want to throw a chic corporate party, you can do it all on a yacht rental in Miami! From fishing to watersports, you’re spoilt for choice courtesy of Anchor Rides.read more
If you’re planning on traveling to Hawaii, there are a few things you need to prepare. You’ll need to choose the islands you want to visit, how many of those colorful Hawaiian shirts to wear, and how far in advance to book your tickets.read more
It may surprise you that the city with the most skyscrapers in the world is one of the most family friendly, with a huge range of exciting things to do for kids; but Hong Kong defintely is!
Between an exciting food to try, a long coastline with spectacular beaches, and perfect sub tropical weather, Hong Kong is a great way to introduce kids to other cultures, with a great blend of Western and Chinese traditions. And let’s not forget Disney!
While summer is best avoided because of the heat, and it’s not exactly stroller friendly if your kids aren’t walking (the city is very hilly and step heavy), Hong Kong is very family friendly, and should be more than a stopover on your itinerary.read more
Despite its popularity, Prague is surprisingly not as touristy as would be expected, sporting a fresh young vibe with many recent renovations such as with the National Museum and State Opera, as well as a bunch of new projects being unveiled since we were all forced into lockdown. Always popular with international travelers, Prague ranks as one of the top ten most visited European cities. Here is just a sampling of some of the best things to see and do in Prague.read more
Saudi Arabia provides a variety of unusual experiences as a nation that is still relatively unknown to visitors from other countries.
Having been closed to tourism until 2019, a lot is beginning to change across the Kingdom, and as it begins to embrace modernization, movie theatres have been built, and international festivals have started being held.
As with any nation with a controversial cultural history, travel to Saudi now presents an opportunity to widen perspectives about the world, and interact with a society who are broadening their own perspectives through interactions with foreigners.
So to help you fully immerse yourself in the culture of the Kingdom, we look at some of the best events in Saudi Arabia, from poetry readings to flower shows, and traditional souks to camel racing.read more
Thought to be founded as far back as 1,200 BCE; Lisbon is one of the most sought-after metropolitan destinations on the planet. It attracts millions of tourists on an annual basis and thanks to an amenable climate, it’s just as popular over the winter months as it is during the dog days of summer.
While there are countless sights to experience, the fact of the matter is that it is often better to avoid the throngs of visitors in order to appreciate this city in an entirely unique light. One novel method comes in the form of a sunset cruise.
What are some of the attractions associated with such an excursion? Why might this very well represent the best way to fully appreciate the eclectic nature of Lisbon and the surrounding areas? Let’s quickly examine the perks of such a cruise to better appreciate your options.read more
The Arctic is one of the most beautiful regions you’ll ever visit, and if you’re someone with an eye for adventure, no matter how wild, a tour of the Arctic should be on your travel bucket list.
The world’s coldest region, the Arctic cuts across Canada, Denmark, Russia, Greenland, Alaska, Norway, Iceland, Finland, and Sweden, and offers glacial landscapes, waterfalls, wildlife, and the much sought after Northern Lights.
These regions characterize some of the earth’s loveliest places, and if you look beyond the chill, there’s so much to unpack on a north pole expedition. With so much choice, here are 9 ideas for how to experience the Arctic.read more
The city-state of Singapore is one of a kind place and unlike anywhere else in the globe, despite its global ties. It has the Vegas-style flash and glamour, a market in Taipei’s lingering odours, and public transportation that is as environmentally friendly as that found in Colombian cities. Singapore, on the other hand, is an anomaly.
Singapore is a strange place to visit for the first time. Despite the fact that it’s strangely similar in many respects, you’re always aware that you’re in unfamiliar territory and travellers should be prepared for this unusual combo.
All that being said here are a few factors you should know before travelling to Singapore.read more