Duomo in Florence.

Florence, Italy

Florence is the ultimate destination for anyone with an interest in how the modern world came about. Styling itself as the “cradle of the Renaissance” it was home to Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Giotto’s revolutionary ideas while the Medici […]

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Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Sofia

Sofia, Bulgaria

Reputedly Europe’s most affordable city, Sofia offers great value for the adventurous traveller. There are rowdy backpacker beerhalls if that is your scene but there are also plenty of more sedate attractions too. The capital of Bulgaria has been inhabited […]

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Budapest, Hungary

Cut in two by the Danube river, Budapest is actually 3 cities combined into one. Buda, Pest and Óbuda united in 1873 to form the capital of Hungary. With a fascinating history, great food and a bustling cafe culture, Budapest […]

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houses in Reykjavic

Reykjavik, Iceland

The capital of Iceland has grown in popularity over the years despite being the most northerly capital city in the world. Just south of the Arctic circle, the warm Atlantic currents mean that temperatures are actually fairly mild even in […]

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Glen Affric, Scotland

Despite being widely regarded as one of the most beautiful glens in Scotland, Glen Affric’s location in the far north of the Highlands and lack of road access means it’s rarely featured on tourist itineraries. However those that do make […]

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Kungsleden, Sweden

One of the most hiked trails in Sweden, the Kungsleden (or “King’s Way”) is 400km through the National Parks of Lapland. Prepare to travel through the Arctic landscape, past beautiful rivers, high peaks and the occasional herd of reindeer. Those […]

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