Spending 48 hours in the British capital requires a tight itinerary if you want to get the most out of this city. From exploring must-see attractions to eating delicious street food, experiencing a musical on Broadway and pub-hopping to extravagant nightclubs, there’s so much to see and do in this short span of time. If it is your first time in the city, this guide will give you a 48-hour snapshot to help you sketch your days, so that you don’t miss out anything important. Continue reading “48 Hours in London – Guide For First Timers”
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The post below was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind Blog on April 14, 2016 by TheHipmunk.
Business or leisure? Why not both? For those lucky enough to travel for business, we suggests turning business trips into mini vacations, or what some call “bleisure” trips. The cities below are known for their economic prowess as well as their entertainment dexterity, making them perfect for bleisure. With stunning skylines, rich cultural sites, wilderness centers and upbeat night scenes, these cities are the ideal places to blend business with more than just a dash of pleasure. Continue reading “The Best Global Cities to Blend Business and Pleasure”
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Some people like to choose their travel destination based on landmarks, museums, and outdoor activities. Nowadays, there is an increasing number of people nurturing a passion for food: the foodies! These people love visiting food markets, trying new restaurants, and cooking with new ingredients; finding pleasure whether it be sipping wine in Bordeaux, eating pizza in Naples, or having a one-of-a-kind dining experience at a Michelin-star restaurant in Copenhagen. Many companies are catching on to this movement and even offering world-class dining itineraries. Continue reading “Top 5 European Cities For Foodies”
Isn’t Europe wonderful? One of the great things about this continent is that the countries within it are so different from each other in spite of their small territories and short distances from each other. There is a huge cultural difference between European capitals and it’s good to know some of these while traveling there. For example, while it is acceptable to take away your leftovers after a meal in London, it is kind of embarrassing and frowned upon in Paris. Continue reading “How To Travel Europe Like A Local”
As I have published in the past, I fell in love with London when I lived there for a year and still remains one of my favourite cities in the world. I’ve gotten the opportunity to share this guest post of top 4 places to visit when in London. Continue reading “Must See Top 4 Attractive Destinations in London”
Europe is the best continent. The diversity it offers is immense. The history it contains is rich. The flavors it provides are succulent. It has something for everyone.
I feel like people in Europe know how to live. With so many places to visit, I give you here just 7 that are definitely worth exploring. Continue reading “7 Cities To Visit In Europe”
I spent a year in London while I studied filmmaking and fell in love with this city. I have traveled to over 20 countries and many more cities, and London still remains my favourite. I truly loved everything about it (except for how expensive it was.) I haven’t visited since 2009 and I would love to go back.
It is hard to just pick just 3 things, but here are three things I love about London: Continue reading “Three Things I Love About My Favourite City”