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Moving to Paris? You need to read this!

The City of Light is one of the culture capitals of the world and has long been a popular destination for expats. Frequently voted one of the best cities in the world in which to live, and recently named the world’s best city for students, Paris is a city you can make your own. It…

Grand Canal, Venice

The Queen of the Adriatic: Top Things to do in Venice

A city steeped in history and culture, romantic Venice has a multitude of things for visitors to enjoy. From stunning architecture, to wonderful museums and gondola rides down the Grand Canal, Venice is the perfect choice for any holiday maker. Having chosen where to book your apartment following our ‘Where to stay in Venice’ guide,…

View over Liverpool Albert Dock

Where To Stay In Liverpool And Around

Are you planning a trip to Liverpool? Whether you want a crazy night out in one of the UK’s most famous party cities, or a quiet family trip to enjoy the culture and countryside, our guide will help you decide where to book your accommodation. With a metropolitan population of less than half a million,…

Hosier Lane

Discovering Melbourne Part 1: The City Centre

Melbourne is an inspiring city and a favourite holiday destination of both Australians and overseas visitors. There’s a lot to see, so we’ll begin our two-part guide to Melbourne with a look at the city centre. This area is known locally as the CBD (Central Business District) and wherever you’re staying in Melbourne, it is easy…

An A-Z Guide to Berlin Fashion Week Summer 2015

 #Allblackeverything Berlin street style is a commitment to the understated. The monochrome crowds at Berlin Fashion Week are testament to the Berliner’s love of all things black. Black-on-black-on-black. In order to fit in to the crowds and also, possibly, gain entrance through some of  Berlin’s notoriously difficult door policies, just remember – #allblackeverything  Brandenberger  Tor The neoclassical…