Antoni Gaudí ‘s designs transformed numerous cities in Spain, inspired countless architects around the globe, and made Spain a captivating place to explore not only for lovers of architecture but for all travellers. Come explore the life and works of the extraordinary Antoni Gaudí, as we look into his three most iconic masterpieces: the Sagrada Família, Casa Batlló, and La Pedrera.read more
Europe has long been celebrated for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. However, another facet of Europe’s allure lies in its open-mindedness and progressive attitude towards sexuality. From the romantic streets of Prague to the sultry clubs of Berlin, Europe boasts a wide array of destinations that cater to those wanting to indulge their sexual curiosity.read more
Whether you’re exploring the beautiful beaches along the Gulf Coast, strolling through towns like Natchez admiring its antebellum homes and scenic Mississippi River views, visiting a local winery, or simply savoring a delicious seafood dinner, there are countless ways to enjoy a memorable date night in Mississippi. The state’s charming small towns, scenic landscapes, music venues, and welcoming southern hospitality easily sets the stage for romance.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
Ah, the twitterpation of new romance and the promise of a budding new love – it’s exciting, intoxicating, and sometimes a little scary.
The first phase of any new potential romantic relationship is replete with jitters, hopes, and tender moments. If you’ve recently met someone, you can probably relate.
Starting a new relationship poses a roller coaster of emotions and possibilities. One way to explore the potential of a new relationship and learn more about each other is to take a trip together.
There are a lot of pros and cons attached to taking that first maiden voyage with someone you’ve just recently met. That’s why we’re sharing some tips for first-time travel with a new romantic partner.read more
Normal packing lists include things like socks, charger cords, and your favorite book. But a romantic weekend is something much different.
A romantic getaway typically implies that you plan to spend more time in the hotel than away seeing the sights. You probably won’t need your walking shoes and camera for something like this. Instead, you’ll want fun things to do in the room while you’re relaxing and reconnecting with your spouse or partner.
Additionally, it can help to choose a hotel with amenities that give you both what you need to rest, relax, and reconnect. A pool, hot tub, and room service options can help you facilitate a lovely weekend.read more
Traveling when you’re single is an exicting time; you’re not only experiencing different cultures and lands, you’re also opening your dating options to include foreign locals with intriguing looks, and sexy accents.
If you’ve ever fantasized about a holiday romance, we don’t blame you. Our one night stand in Tanzania ended in a long distance relationship, a wedding in Hawaii, and now 11 years later we’ve just had our first child.
But whether you’re after a one night stand, or a fling which will end in true love, you have to know where to meet them first.read more
As a single solo female traveller, it’s easy to get swept away by the romance and excitement of meeting foreign locals; they’re intriguing and exotic, it’s sexy when they speak their own language, and they have different ways of being sensual than you’re used to.
It’s a great way to taste authentic cuisine (hello Italian breakfast in bed?), and as a foreign babe yourself, they’re likely to be attracted to you for the same reasons. There’s also that dreamboat accent.
However if you’re dating abroad, it’s important to not let your guard down completely, and make sure you’re taking certain safety precuations – more so than you would in the world of dating at home, as you’re more vulnerable in a new country where customs, language, and services are foreign.
That’s not to say you shouldn’t fully enjoy your time abroad, but the following safety tips will give you the tools and resources for the best way to go about it. We’ve structured these tips based on the most common ways you meet people as a solo female traveler.read more
Devonport has been called the Gateway to Tasmania, but much like the island’s first European explorers did, it is often bypassed by travellers who make a quick dash for Hobart, Cradle Mountain, or the beaches of the East Coast.
But The Cove oceanside retreat is ready to put Devonport on the tourism map and make it more than just a gateway, finally offering up a level of luxury accommodation that the city has always lacked.
With a prime central position along Tassie’s northern coast this is the perfect base for exploring all the famous Northwest has to offer. And whether you plan on sailing in via Spirit of Tasmania, or flying into Devonport Airport, you’re just minutes away from Northern Tasmania’s best luxury accommodation.
Set in a sheltered bay in-between Don Heads and Lillico Beach, The Cove is blessed with what are arguably the best ocean views in Tasmania’s north.
For generations, this large full working farm known as Cheviot Dale was enjoyed by its founders and descendant’s of the Lillico family. But now Bruce and Kim Robinson have decided to share their slice of heaven, and welcome all adults to check-in at The Cove!read more
The pandemic has forced many of us to swap real life travel for binge watching shows like Outlander to feed our wanderlust.
Now, it finally looks like international travel is set to return, with Scotland confirming that fully vaccinated travellers visiting from non-red list countries will not even have to provide evidence of a negative test result before travelling to Scotland.
Millions of people around the world have fallen in love with the WWII nurse who gets transported back to 18th century Scotland and finds herself falling in love with a handsome Highlander and in the middle of the Jacobite uprising.
Adapted from Diana Gabaldon’s famous novels, the TV series’ 5 seasons to date have been filmed at many locations in and around Edinburgh. And, now that travel is back, fans can finally transport themselves to Scotland and the many famous places seen in the series.read more