Posts Tagged‘Europe’

What to do in Looe!


Photo by CC user Graham Hogg on A small coastal town and fishing port located within the autonomous county of Cornwall in the United Kingdom, Looe has become a very popular holiday destination for Britons and foreigners looking for a spectacular place to spend their time off. With an abundance of historical and natural attractions that can be found within the town and within a short distance of its center, the challenge is not finding things to do while holidaying here with your family, it’s figuring out what to do in Looe first. So if you plan to enjoy…

Best exotic islands in the Mediterranean Sea


There are close to 200 islands dotting the Mediterranean Sea, each with its own unique character, cultures, landscapes and exotic places for you to experience and enjoy. Most now have decent, if not world-class, resorts to suite every taste and budget. If you’re after some exotic islands vacation time this summer, you can easily get a booking with any reputable travel agency. You may also like: 7 Tips for Those Afraid of Flying Call and inquire about their tour packages for the following exotic islands that come highly recommended by frequent travellers: 1. Sifnos, Greece. With its white-washed villages and…

Why you should visit at least one of the Cheltenham Festivals in 2016


Cheltenham is one of the nicest areas across the whole of the United Kingdom and every year, fans of both racing and music travel from all over the country to partake in these two famous festivals. The Cheltenham Music Festival lasts over two weeks and primarily celebrates jazz and classical music. The Cheltenham Horse Racing Festival spans four days and welcomes punters from all over the world. We take a look at why you should consider attending at least one of these festivals this year. In fact, Cheltenham is fortunate enough to host the Festival Proms at their beautiful Town…

A Guide to Sweden’s Indie Pop Nightlife

I love Swedish indie pop. I’ve been hooked ever since my first year at university when a friend sat me down and made me listen to The Radio Dept’s debut album Lesser Matters. Everyone liked The Hives and The Cardigans’ radio-friendly hooks, but it was The Radio Dept that got me into alternative music that was fuzzy, electronic, introspective, and – most of all – heart-meltingly melodic.

Travel As I See It: Globe Trotting Multi Instrumentalist Anthony Johns

Rejoice! For today I welcome long-standing friend of mine and a boy I once met in the cold wilderness of London, Anthony Johns. Then battering the skins for British band Rubicks, Anthony now finds himself in Czech Republic lending his talented musical hand to many local projects. We sit down with him to see just how travel has helped shape his musical influences and learn about what is in store for him next.

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