During the bleak, wet winter months, most people start to dream of parties, sun and adventure. Benidorm, on Spain’s Costa Blanca, has a perfectly sunny climate from May until October and is famous for its vibrant nightlife and beaches. Continue reading
Think that Las Vegas is the sole “gambling capital” of the world? Well, you’re wrong. Las Vegas, due to its slightly seedy reputation and its hordes of tourist attractions, has long been popular among gamblers, but its status as a gambling mecca is steadily being surpassed by its peers in the East. An example of this would be Macao, an autonomous city in China which has long exceeded Las Vegas in terms of annual revenue made from gambling. Continue reading →
She’s one of the most recognizable music superstars known and loved for her high energy, kick-ass shows that combine theatrical spectacle with stunning light shows and emotional highs and lows. Continue reading →
Traveling abroad can be one of the most enjoyable experiences, whether it’s a long haul journey for beaches and sun or a shorter city break. No matter what the destination it’s a good idea to plan how much money is likely to be needed to try to avoid the traveler’s worst nightmare: running out of cash. Continue reading →
Cuba is a beast. For those who want to enjoy a little bit of Caribbean sun without venturing too far, Fidel Castro’s pride is the place to head.
Home to a number of exciting attractions, from streets plied by vintage Cadillacs to the grandeur of the Sierra Madre Mountains, Cuba rocks harder than most other places you may have considered checking out. Want to know why? Check out these recommendations. Continue reading →
Mainly associated with World War II, economical balance and beer, Germany offers its tourists an unforgettable experience. If you are willing to discover its beauty and feel like you belong, a few landmarks mustn’t be missed off your itinerary. Continue reading →
Las Vegas may be the “City of Sin” because of the alcohol flowing 24/7 and parties that never end, but it’s actually a great city to visit because of the attractions! There are actually a lot of things you can see all throughout the year in Vegas, and they are worth looking at in person. Continue reading →
Winter can be dark, dull and depressing. The long nights, the bone chilling frosts. If winter was a genre of music it would most obviously be bubblegum pop. Irritating, needless and wished by all the cool kids, the world over, to end as soon as possible.
Yet the analogy also works on two levels. Crank up a bit of feel-good indie rock or a ferocious bit of the hard stuff and the winter needn’t be too depressing. Couple that action with a visit to some of Europe’s greatest rock n’roll cities and the feeling gets even lighter.
Now we’re going to make it even easier for you. Here’s GrooveTraveler’s pick of the best of Europe in terms of music, culture and attitude. Continue reading →
Not keen on watching outlandish European TV while attempting to figure out the obscure plot lines during your après ski? Continue reading →