Extraordinary views, killer cocktails in uber-hip bars, lush gardens and crystal blue infinity swimming pools. Sometimes with all 4! Read on for Our Ultimate Guide to Hotels and their Stunning Rooftop Terraces. Continue reading
This Renaissance rich city never fails to impress us with its art, architecture and sheer flamboyance.
Here are our 28 must not miss essential tips!
Being on holiday is exciting. Getting there – packing, beating jetlag, dealing with a new language and new currency can all be pretty daunting – so bust your stress levels with our best ever, we even dare to say the most awesome set of travel tips you’ll ever need and which will help to get you on your way.
Berlin may have a reputation for night life but don’t be put off. This is a city full of culture and history and some great child-friendly activities making one of Europe’s coolest cities a top family city break destination.
Our Top 10 Child-Friendly Activities:
Ever walked onto a plane and walked the aisle of envy as you pass those large reclining seats – which fold out into, let’s say it, FULL SIZE BEDS – huge TVs, little drawers and cupboards for all those little personal thingies that you need to stash and not lose, not to mention actual, real “metal clunking on china” knives and forks. Getting onto a plane and turning left, not right can be the biggest adrenaline kick you’ve had in a long time, and here are our tips to being bumped up to First Class – and not paying for it! Continue reading
Whether circling the Koutoubia (“bookseller”) Mosque, getting happily lost in the souks, brushing up on Islamic scriptures at the Ben Youssef Medusa or heading down into the Saadian Tombs, Marrakech is a exotic, fascinating, magical city.
Here are our top 12 tips to help you immerse yourself fully……
- The Saadian Tombs. Discovered by accident in 1917 these tombs date back to the late 16th century. There are more than 60 beautifully restored sarcophagi in two mausoleums spectacularly displayed with zellij tiles and carved stucco on the walls and supported with pillars of marble – which it is said, the Saadians traded sugar for, weight for weight.
Rome is chaotic, noisy and sometimes unbearably hot. During all of this, it teems with whizzing vespas, honking horns and busy streets. City break with kids? Tell the parents at the nursery or school and they’ll probably think you’re mad. But you’re not. Taking kids to Rome does take a bit of planning, it’s not going to be a repeat of the trip you made 5 years ago sans kids, but it is going to be fun. Here are our top tips: Continue reading