From unique neighborhoods, villages and one-of-kind restaurants to hidden gardens and the best view of the city, there is no shortage of things to do when you’re on vacation in Barcelona. Once you’ve finished scratching below the surface of its main attractions, why not try ticking off some of these unusual activities for a truly unique Spanish vacation?
The Pera International Sand Sculpture Festival (FIESA) has been held annually in Faro, Portugal since 2003.
It gives me great pleasure to be able to say that Brighton is one of the prettiest seaside cities I’ve ever been to. I had the opportunity to visit my best friend in Brighton in September 2011, and I’m now looking forward to my second trip to Brighton in September 2013. Brighton is a resort […]
When you travel England, skip the hoards of tourists and overpriced attractions in and around London and visit the Lake District in the North West.
The Mtkvari river carves its way through the lush and dramatic cliffs of Georgia. Its course runs like a tour through Georgian history. Ancient fortresses and castles loom over the river, and ancient trading sites attest to Georgia’s rich history as a crossroads between Europe and Asia. Eventually, the river’s meandering course passes by […]
2011 was another great year for travel for a gal like me. After taking on the role of President of Reach To Teach Recruiting this year, I expected that my travel time would go down, but my new position ended up bringing me a lot more travel opportunities than I was anticipating. Here are the incredible places that I traveled to in 2011.
London Cityscape: London sightseeing and its greatest attractions in photos from Regent Street and the London Eye to Trafalgar Square and St John’s Cathedral.
There’s nothing like a train-tour, especially when it’s your first time visiting a country. Here are a few reasons why you should travel by train in Europe.
magine being aboard a sinking oil rig and bring set out into the icy oil-slicked waters in one of these tiny orange survival pods. Some adventure travelers might actually be headed to the Pod Hotel in The Hague, Netherlands to live out this particular little fantasy, while others might simply go for the novelty of saying they slept in something that resembles the underwater capsule that Steve Zissou and his crew made famous in The Life Aquatic.