Southern Spain has many eye-candies, but among the best would be the Pueblos Blancos route, a popular itinerary among visitors and locals alike that covers Andalusia’s most charming white villages. From Ronda’s stunning bridge to Arco’s narrow, winding streets and breathtaking viewpoint, this region is unsurprisingly top of our bucket list.
Ultramodern stunning buildings , artificial islands, record-breaking architecture and luxury shopping meet in Dubai, set between the desert and the Persian Gulf. Here, it is possible to ride over the sand dunes, lounge on the beach and watch the World’s most fascinating water jet display – in the same day.
A weekend break in northern Switzerland is on the cards for us. Walking along Basel’s narrow, cobbled streets, dining on the riverside or taking a day trip to stunning Swiss locations, such as Lucerne (1 hour away) or Alsace (Colmar, Strasbourg).
Sometimes overshadowed by neighbours Mallorca and Ibiza, Menorca actually has more beaches and hidden coves than any other of the Balearic islands – and far more deserted, at that. Heading to a small coastal village to have dinner next to the harbour, to the sound of rocking fishing boats and lively chatter is a personal highlight.
Floating markets, vibrant streets and sacred temples dot the Thai capital. They say Bangkok isn’t for everyone; personally, we can’t wait to go and see what our exploration brings us. That rewarding feeling after learning new ways of life, encountering helpful strangers and tasting new dishes is particularly tempting.
Rich archaeological sites, legendary catacombs and the mythical birthplace of Aphrodite are not the typical attractions you expect to see next to a Mediterranean resort. But Paphos manages to combine…
Bathed by the Pacific and guarded by notorious Alcatraz prison, San Francisco always has something exciting going on. Cable cars trundle up and down the hills through characterful neighbourhoods, lively China Town is famous for its eateries and Lombard Street sees cars do 8 hairpin turns.
Set in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Faroe Islands make for an unusual trip: multi-colour cottages dot the moors, even some of the tiniest islands are connected by road-tunnels, and striking volcanic landscapes are often honoured by the presence of puffins.