The capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, Barcelona is a vibrant city by the sea with incredible architecture and even better food.
You could spend days exploring all 843 hectares of New York City’s Central Park. But if you’re short on time here are some great ideas.
Oxford is so much more than sandstone and Harry Potter dining halls (though you’ll see both of those too…)
Oh how I fell in love with Berlin. Full of history, yet popular for its arts scene and start ups, Berlin ticks all the boxes.
Delicious food, French colonial architecture and history around every corner. You can’t go to Vietnam and not pay a visit to Ho Chi Minh City (also referred to as Saigon).
Istanbul is a city that doesn’t disappoint. Stunning architecture, delicious food and friendly people… don’t skip this city!
Is there a more picturesque place in Sydney to swim laps? North Sydney Olympic Pool has an art deco design and was opened in 1936. The pool has played host to a number of renowned swimmers, 86 world records have been set in these waters. If that’s not enough to impress you, just take in…
1. Do your prep work! Avoid standing in a queue and buy your tickets online before you get there, print them out at home and you can walk straight to the ticket gates. Also have a look at the map (available for free) of the zoo and start thinking about your route. You can arrive…
The great thing about New York City is there is something for everyone. Whether you like art, theatre, museums, parks… there’s something here for you!
Hong Kong is loud, busy and full of people. Your senses will come alive just stepping out into the street. Known for its food as as well as its shopping, Hong Kong has something for every taste. Here’s the best of it, in a nutshell.