The capital of Spain’s Catalonia region, Barcelona is a vibrant city by the sea with incredible architecture and even better food.
Unsatisfied wanderlust can be a dangerous thing. Wanting to travel but being held back due to finances, work commitments or health reasons can be frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be!
If there’s one skill I have mastered to perfection in my travels it is the art of slowing down.
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.
Whether you’re in Sydney for business or pleasure, it’s worth checking in to the Swissotel.
If you want to travel you’re going to have to find a way to pay for it (unless you have a money tree or two, in which case… let’s be friends!)
For some people, anxiety about flying can ruin a trip. Here are some ideas to help manage your fears.
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!
Speak to anyone who has studied overseas and they’ll tell you the experience is one you will never forget. Whether it’s just a week, a semester or for a full year, getting out of your comfort zone and living in a new place is unforgettable. So is it right 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.
Getting sick is annoying. But getting sick when you’re on a trip you’ve spent ages planning and saving for is even worse. Here are some ways to stay as healthy as you can, so all you have to think about is enjoying your trip.