Tag: Travel Guides

Plaza de España, Seville
By Destination, Europe

Spend a weekend in Seville, Spain

Seville is a spectacular Spanish city, one that will leave you constantly wanting more after experiencing its lively atmosphere. Not only does it have a delectable foodie scene, the combination of its grand Renaissance, Gothic and Mudejar architecture is second to none. While we’re sure you could spend weeks (or even months!) […]

Tuscany
By Destination, Europe

How to eat like a local in Tuscany, Italy

It’s no surprise that Tuscany is one of Italy’s most popular regions, especially for the foodie aficionado. Tuscany is famous not just in Italy, but around the world, for its simplistic way of cooking. The region is well situated with the perfect climate for growing fruit and vegetables and farming (primarily) beef and pork. […]

Lyon, France
By Destination, Europe

A weekend in Lyon, France – a travel guide

Ah, Lyon. Often called the gastronomic capital of France, Lyonnais specialties are regarded of the highest quality across the globe. Not only does it have a strong foodie culture, Lyon is also filled with a charming Old Town, vibrant creative community, spectacular sights and a fascinating history. With so much to see and do, we’ve picked out the highlights for […]

Autumn
By Destination, North America

The Five Best Places to see the East Coast’s Autumn Colours.

While the Southern Hemisphere moves into spring and warmer temperatures, the Northern Hemisphere is doing the complete opposite. In particular, the East Coast of the USA wholeheartedly embraces autumn (or, fall as the Americans call it) and all it stands for.   Picture soul-warming drinks like pumpkin spice coffees or apple cider, seasonal fruit harvests, and who could forget the blazing […]

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Asia, By Destination

How to eat your way around Osaka.

While Japan is widely known for being a superb culinary destination, it likely means you’ll have a never-ending list of food to try when you visit!   Being Japan’s second largest city affords Osaka (and the wider Kansai region that it’s found in) a wide variety of food that the city prides itself on. There’s a popular saying that Osaka locals will spend […]

Château de Chenonceau
By Destination, Europe

A Guide to France’s châteaux.

One of our favourite things about France is the plethora of grand châteaux dotted around the country. The word château can be defined as a manor house, a castle, country or wine estate, or even a stately residence imitating a castle. As broad as the word is, there are over 40,000 châteaux so we have compiled a guide […]