Posts Tagged ‘Travel’

Munich Travel Guide – What to Visit in Munich, Germany

Munich (German: München, Bavarian: Minga) is the capital city of Bavaria. Within the city limits, Munich has a population of more than 1.4 million, making it the third most populous city in Germany. Greater Munich including its suburbs has a population of 2.6 million. The Munich metropolitan region which extends to cities like Augsburg or […]

5 Under-the-Radar Natural Getaways in New England

Boardwalk on the Saco Heath. CC Image by Brent Danley (Flickr). Repost This Article

Lunch on my own again in Siem Reap, Cambodia

Lunchtime in Siem Reap, on the day my boyfriend and school friend went to see the sun rise at Angkor Wat. Other than that, there’s no telling what day it was. It was humid and I was sweaty from my five minute walk. Idle tuk-tuk drivers parked at every junction adjoining Pub Street heckled me […]

Dublin: Arthur’s Day and the Guinness Storehouse

There’s one day of year when the spotlight in Dublin is completely on Guinness: Arthur’s Day. This holiday celebrates the man, Arthur Guinness, who gave the city its quintessential drink. On Thursday September 27, 2012 Dubliners have an extra excuse to head to their local for a pint. Some will celebrate by simply raising a […]

“London’s Best Kept Secrets” by Devanshi Mody

The London summer is a contradiction in terms. Hot or not, it’s the “hot” favourite over July/August. This time, avoiding loud luxury, we bring you instead London’s discreet diamonds. Home-Away-from-Home The Rocco Forte Browns Hotel: “Would you require a wakeup call? I hope not!” the receptionist says at check-in. Here, the subtly sophisticated come to […]

3 Coolest Quirky Places To Stay In London

Showcasing cool alternative and quirky places to stay in London this year. With millions of visitors visiting London every year, accommodation often tops the list of important things to plan correctly before arrival. With so many interesting places available in the capital, many travellers are keen to try something a little different, away from the […]

Things to see and do in New York for a first timer

You’ll never forget your first time in New York City and here we feature what you should see and do in the city that never sleeps. New York City is a top tourist destination due to the wide range of interesting activities, sights and historical features. While it's a great city to explore and enjoy, […]

“A Guide to the New New York” by Caroline Phillips

I swoosh out of my cab at City airport– just a brave 25 minutes before departure – and BA Man spirits my bags to the check-in desk. I saunter down gloriously deserted corridors to the gate cum makeshift departure lounge. (There’s little to recommend it apart from free wiFi and glossies.) This is my sky-test […]

Travel & Flight Deals of the Day from Skyscanner

Looking for bargains? Skyscanner brings you this week’s top deals on the web. Get our best deals delivered direct to your inbox once a week: sign up for our free newsletter now   Sale at Thomas Cook Get a £15 discount on selected return flights or £7.50 per sector on flights departing 1st November 2012 […]

Transport in London

London, being a busy city attracts international traffic all through the year. Although it covers only a small geographical area in the European continent, rails, buses, coaches, taxis and many private hire vehicles run in all directions and offer well connected ground transportation in London. Rails Rail transport in London is available through Metro and […]

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