Waterfront scene in Copenhagen

Which Copenhagen District To Choose For A City Break

With around a million inhabitants, Copenhagen is large enough to be a cosmopolitan centre and small enough to explore during a city break. Each of its districts has a distinct personality, from the designer boutiques of Frederiksberg to the maritime atmosphere of Christianshavn, so take a look at our guide and decide where to book…

Out and About in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of Europe’s greatest cultural centres; a trove of museums, galleries and clubs set on a maze of canals. The list of places to see and things to do is immense, but it’s easy to avoid being overwhelmed by planning a little before the trip. Visitors might find that many of the places they plan…

Long Weekend in London: Living like the Locals

London doesn’t have to be all about high-density, sight-packed exploration. From art to architecture, history to culture, the city has an array of non-sightseeing activities available. We’ve put together a list of our favourite Londoner pastimes, so if you’re looking to experience Britain’s capital like the locals and explore what lies beneath the iconic skyline…

Announcing the successful Wimdu Scholarship applicant from Spain!

Announcing the successful applicant! In June 2014 Wimdu launched it’s Wimdu Scholarship Programme, a scholarship aimed at marketing students studying at universities throughout Spain. The Wimdu Scholarship programme is designed to recognise the skills that are fundamental to a successful marketing campaign in a fast-paced, global economy.  The programme awards a scholarship to assist a promising…

Wimdu’s Guide to International Gay Pride – Updated 2017

With World Pride in Madrid already in full swing, what better time to write a blog post on the best upcoming Pride festivals? All around the world people are preparing to celebrate diversity and acceptance, promote change and have a great time in the process. If you’ve missed the chance to join in with the…