Norway’s “Oil City” with a beautiful historically wooden old city centre and easy access to some of Norway’s most stunning landscape features.
Billed as an open air conservation area and living museum in North Holland, it is around a 30 minute drive from Amsterdam and huddles along the picturesque banks of the river Zaan. Lined with historic windmills, there really is nowhere else like it in the world.
The heart of Russia, this iconic city is full of massive buildings and stunning historic locations, with an easy to use and extensive metro system. Arrival into Moscow by an over night train is a once in a life time experience.
The south coast of Iceland boasts some of the most beautiful natural places in the country. The area crams in a wild mix of volcanoes, glaciers, geysers, hot springs and waterfalls.
A country that was forbidden to travellers for centuries, whose inner culture has remained virtually untouched and whose history is seeded with religious and mysterious legends. Home to one of the world’s most dramatic mountain ranges, the Himalayas, and to one of the oldest and most mystical religions. Tibet is […]
Most people think of Lake Bled when they think of Slovenia, myself included. Everyone has seen the fairy tale looking church on the tiny island in the middle of a lake emerging from the morning fog or winter snow. Everyone has heard of the wedding ritual where the groom carries his […]
I don’t do heights really. Tall buildings are okay but in general, walking along ridges, or vertical drops isn’t normally my cup of tea so I’m not entirely sure how it was that I found myself waiting in a museum car park waiting to be met by our guide with […]