Free Entry: 12 Activities in Europe

Each destination in Europe has its own individual flair. Nevertheless, they all have one thing in common: they all offer a spectrum of free attractions and activities. Regardless of which city or country you’re travelling to, sightseeing is one of the main draws. You’re bound to find a wide range of popular and intriguing attractions…

A Guide to Unusual Dining: The World’s Strangest Restaurants

While it is great to have the luxury of cooking in the kitchen of your holiday apartment, it is also wonderful to forget about the dishes and dine out instead. But where do you eat in a city you have never visited before? Play it safe by sticking to McDonalds or grab yourself a snug seat…

The Top 5 European Capitals for Getting Your Craft Beer Fix

Craft beer is a big hit in the USA, and the trend towards artisan beer has also started to shake up Europe’s beer market. More and more microbreweries are popping up all over Europe, crafting delicious and innovative concoctions. Do you want to know which European cities are brewing up a storm right now? Check…

7 Delicacies from the 7 Hills of Rome

The ‘City of Seven Hills’ is famed for its gastronomic imprint. The fertile slopes that surround Rome breathe simplicity into the city’s food. The trattorias and osterias of Rome flourished as the city’s population grew, with the populous utilising them as the living rooms and dining rooms that their cramped living quarters could not provide….

Our Guide to the Best Films Set in Europe

The European summer is here, the sun is shining and it feels like time for a continental holiday. To get into the mood, we’ve put together a list of some classic European films, and the cities that made them great – Berlin, London, Paris and Rome! BERLIN Wings of Desire A story of angels floating above…

10 of Europe’s Most Remarkable Ruins

We all know that the history of Europe goes back a long way.  Empires have come and gone, societies have risen and fallen, and many even left ruins behind for us to enjoy today.  Every modern country can see at least part of its past in the leftover crumbling stone structures that pepper the European…