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Tips for traveling with musical instruments

Traveling is an eye-opening experience. It can completely reinvigorate even the most stoic of people. For musicians, it can be a necessary part of the creative process. Seeing how people around the world live, play music, dance, drink and be merry is an amazing thing. So, if you’re a musician, you’ll probably want to jetset to a new destination with one of your instruments, but, how do you go about bringing them with you? You might be worried about breaking your delicate instrument while traveling, but nowadays, there are some very affordable cases you can purchase online from company like…

Live like The Celebs..No, Really!

Ever think you deserve to live like the celebs get to? Well, now you can! Check out this infographic produced by Schofields by clicking here which shows some former celebrity homes that you can actually rent! You can lay your head where Mick Jagger did, create where William Dafoe did and much more. For your convenience, we’ve shared the cool infographic below as well!

The Coolest City in Spain: Barcelona!

Spain is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, and for good reason. It’s location in Western Europe ensures it enjoys a 1st world tourism infrastructure. There are countless beaches, cities and beautiful countryside to enjoy in Spain, but one city in particular stands out among them all is the one and only, Barcelona! Whether you’re a backpacker at a hostel or a more discerning traveler staying at one of the chic hcc hotels across the city, there is something for everyone in this magical seaside metropolis. Here’s why you should add Barcelona to your next Spanish Itinerary.…

Musicians Tourist Guide to Edinburgh

Edinburgh, the land of the bagpipe and the beautiful capital of Scotland and a historic landmark of Western Europe, should definitely be on the bucket list of any music traveler. The city of Edinburgh is the second most popular tourist destination in the UK after world-reknowned London, receiving over one million foreign visitors every year.