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Rome’s Best Film Locations

Rome is a cinematic city; you only have to browse its souvenir shops for seconds and you’ll come across endless reproduced images of Audrey Hepburn riding a Vespa in Roman Holiday and Anita Ekberg smouldering in La Dolce Vita. Even now, decades after the films, dedicated fans still flock to the real-life locations when they visit, whilst modern filmmakers such as Woody Allen still choose the city as their backdrop.

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Paris: The Right & Wrong Way

You definitely can’t afford to miss Paris, so if you’ve never been to France’s capital city before, don’t wait around…

See All the Best Tourist Sites in Istanbul in 2 Weeks

by Tim Baker Istanbul is the magical city where West meets East. The city has a lot of tourist attractions,…

Photographing Norway – An Aperture Adventure

For a budding photographer looking for a country that is infinitely photogenic, you can’t do better than Norway. Heading to…

3 cities in 3 cars – Italy

Italy. If you are a tourist with a strong, singular preference, chances are Italy will be able to sate your…

Europe : Lesser Known National Parks

National parks are a boon to the entire population. They are places where we can get back to our roots,…

Romantic Rome

Let Rome Do The Romancing Whether you have been with your other half for longer than you can remember, a…

Paris for kids

The experts from leading French tour company Paris On The Way have put together a list of the top five…

Moscow Has it All!

Moscow. This city in Russia has delights and surprises nestled among the great buildings, architecture, and roadways that join the…

Venice – What’s not to love!

You Can’t Put Off Visiting Venice For Another Minute! There are plenty of people who have never visited the wonderful…

Luxury Destinations in Europe

Luxury Destinations in Europe That You Need To Visit Europe is such a great place to plan a luxury trip…

Honeymoon in Venice

Venice is arguably one of the most romantic cities in the world. Quite simply, this is a unique place where…

Italy By Bike

Wheelie Good Holidays: Travelling Italy By Bike Ciao! So you’re considering visiting Italy. We couldn’t recommend the country more. With…

Plan a ski trip to the French Alps

Which Month is Most Suitable for an Adventurous Ski Trip to The French Alps? The French Alps is a tremendous…

Ski Weekend Getaway, St Anton

What to Expect from a Ski Weekend Getaway in St Anton St Anton is one of Europe’s most famous ski…

Europe on the river bank

Europe On The River Bank – All The Beauty You Could Wish For Perhaps the best thing about being a…

8 Things to do in Germany

Germany is an exciting and vibrant country to visit at any time of the year. With a heady mix of…

Get More Out Of Greece

There is good news coming out of Greece. In spite of recent turmoil, Greece is still offering some of the…

Birmingham, the heart of England

Whilst you may be considering doing nothing more than lounging around the house this winter rather than hanging outside in…

Lavender Secrets of Provence

Most of us would be attracted to a place where the air is literally perfumed.  The legendary region of Provence…

96 hours in northern Portugal

By Adrien Gallo All photographs: © Adrien Gallo A lightning visit of a Palace hotel in Vidago in the north…

Visit Some Of The Best Beaches In Europe

From the azure waters of France to the pristine white sand in Spain, and even in the UK, Europe has…

5 of the Most Incredible Historical Sites in Italy

Italy is packed full of incredible historical sites and places to visit, and in some instances they are literally found…

Leicester – a Midlands sojourn

Leicester – a Midlands Sojourn by Gary Dickson With our continued buildup to the Rugby World Cup in 2015 I…

Czech mates

Czech mates Words by Gordon Gillan Photography Renegade Photography We are being guided by local expert Milan through the decorated…

What to expect on a trip to Italy

If you’ve never been to Italy before, you might be wondering what to expect. This post will fill you in…

England – Top 20 Most Visited Attractions

England Reveals Top 20 Most Visited Attractions – so what are they, and how many have you visited? 20 MOST…

Aarhus Top 10 City Highlights

Vibrant and forward-thinking, Denmark’s second-largest city Aarhus makes a fascinating short-break destination thanks to its winning combination of eye-catching architecture, interesting museums…

10 Essential Petrolhead Experiences, SouthWest Germany

Year-round, sunny SouthWest Germany is Petrolhead Heaven. Check out our 10 ESSENTIAL PETROL HEAD EXPERIENCES! Drive round the Hockenheim circuit…

A-Lister Luxury Break, Tenerife

With more five-star hotels than Barcelona, and more four and five star properties combined than any other destination in Spain,…

10 Best Restaurants With a View, Britain

When it comes to truly memorable meals, location is always a key factor: far better a panoramic vista of perfect…

The craziest horse race, Italy

Giddy up! If you are after a holiday experience steeped in tradition, surrounded by history and offering one of the…

Ordering food in Italy

Have you ever wondered how to order your meals in Italy? Here’s a very brief list that should go some…

D-Day … Normandy 70 years later

by Adrien Gallo Seventy years ago Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy. June 6th 2014, Heads of States,…

Top 5 Places To Visit In Prague

by Miles Wiseman Prague, the City of a Thousands Spires emerged from the grim shadows of one-party rule almost 25…

Turtle Watching in Oman

Did you know that thousands of sea turtles migrate annually from the shores of the Arabian Gulf, the Red Sea…

Crete: Island of the Minoens

  By Adrien Gallo The province of Agios Vasileios The province of Agios Vasilios starts at Armeni north and ends…

The luxury side of Ibiza

Believe it or not, there’s a whole other side to Ibiza which doesn’t have to include alcohol, partying and hangovers.…

The Zillertal: Austria’s Culinary Heart

The Zillertal region is well-known for its organic cuisine and award-winning dairy products. This deep valley’s warm summers and lush pastures…

Tube Etiquette: Surviving London

Tube Etiquette: The Essential Guide to Surviving your OE in London Tactics that travellers should adopt or avoid on London’s…

Exploring Rome’s Best Film Locations

From Screen to Street: Exploring Rome’s Best Film Locations Rome is a cinematic city; you only have to browse its…

Undiscovered Tuscany

Summer means warm sunshine and a cool swimming pool, Prosecco in the piazza & exploring the rich tapestry of Italy.…

Five Of The Best Family Walks – South West Coast

Why not get out and about this summer and combine a family walk on the South West Coast Path with…

Island Hopping On The Outer Hebrides

For travellers who want to go one step beyond the standard UK staycation, there is one outstanding option – an…

Pubs, Puffins And Punting – UK Bucketlist

The world’s largest greenhouses and its best mountain biking routes, a first edition of Shakespeare’s sonnets and Europe’s first international…

Ischia, Italy

The Italian island of Ischia lies at the northern end of the Gulf of Naples, about 30 km from the…

The Harz Mountains

It’s mystical, it’s atmospheric and it’s one of the most enchanting sceneries to be found in Germany: The Harz Mountains,…

10 Great Reasons To Visit Italy

Few countries offer the variety and diversity of Italy: mountains, sparkling coastlines, ancient history and sumptuous cuisine. Whether you’re strolling…

Luxury Hotel Barge Cruising

European Waterways, Europe’s largest luxury hotel barge cruise company, is offering for the 2013 season an exciting array of culturally-rich…

Hard to pronounce London names

Thanks to Londonist.com, here’s a handy list of correctly-pronounced London place names, some of which catch out most first-time visitors!…

Sailing into Turkey’s Ancient History

The pristine waters of Turkey’s Ceramic Gulf will play host to a fascinating sailing expedition this June, led by archaeological…

Vaucluse – Provence, France

  Escorted Bike Tour of Vaucluse in Provence, France By bike, on foot, on four wheels – these options are…

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

  From its early days, the Edinburgh Tattoo, set against the world famous backdrop of Edinburgh Castle, has been an…

Renault Eurodrive Review

  By Kurt Breetvelt There are many advantages that come with having a car to use while travelling, but especially…

48 Hours in Cork

  by Shane Aherne Boocock And it be a grand good day to you too,” was the greeting from my…

Romans, Myths and Medieval Castles

  by Shane Boocock As horizontal sheet rain lashed the bleak Northumberland countryside I tried to negotiate a single lane,…

Inside The Magma Chamber

Discover the World (www.discover-the-world.co.uk) the world’s largest Iceland operator, has launched a new ‘Up Close and Personal Volcano’ adventure to…

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