Spain’s capital is a must for any traveller that likes their art, history, food, wine… In fact – there’s pretty much something for everyone. Here are my personal highlights from a recent 3-day trip to the city. If art is your thing – First on the list was a visit to the Prado Museum. Situated… Continue reading 72 Hours in Madrid
I first visited NYC as a relatively cash strapped 21-year-old back in 2011. New York can be a very expensive place to visit, however there are plenty of things a visitor can do to experience the city without going broke! Here’s a compilation of just 5 free things to do in NYC if you’re watching… Continue reading 5 Free things to do in New York City.
I’ve visited Las Vegas, Nevada twice now and each time provided a different perspective. I love the place but I also appreciate why some people argue this would quite literally be the last place on earth they would visit. Here’s my brief summary of my experience of Las Vegas.
Historic Bath is a beautiful city in the South West. As well as the Roman and Georgian architecture; It is also known for being a little on the pricy side. Due to the city centre, one-way traffic system Bath can also get very congested. If you’re on a budget or just enjoy a ramble here… Continue reading Bath on Foot
Copenhagen has got to be one of my favourite under-appreciated cities in Europe. There’s not much in the way of big old blockbuster attractions but it has a certain something that really stuck with me. The Danes seem to have a kind of respectful reserve that I absolutely love. Here’s my brief itinerary of 5… Continue reading 5 things to do in Copenhagen.
Venice is often billed as all romance, gondolas and canals. Of course, these are hard to miss in this beautiful Italian city- but there’s much more to this vibrant, watery world than you might imagine. I recently took a short trip and took time to explore some of the lesser known marvels of this classic… Continue reading Long weekend in Venice
So I’m about to embark on a pretty new and exciting venture into the travel blogging scene. I’ll admit I’m somewhat a social media phobe and have never started a blog before so I’ll begin by stating any feedback/ pointers would be very much welcomed! I’m currently in the process of refining my first piece… Continue reading Welcome to my travel blog