First, who is Rick Steves? Rick is the travel guru and leading authority on all things Europe and we have…
The Highland Cow is the gentle giant of the Scottish Highlands. They have a gorgeous hairdo, a sweet personality, and are very photogenic. But finding them can be hard. We are sharing some secret spots where you can find them– just you and the ‘Coo’.
Going off the beaten path, or taking the road less traveled is a great way to have a unique experience without being surrounded by hoards of people. Now there is an easy way to find hidden gems from all around the world and we will show you how.
When flying to London we always use London Gatwick Airport (LGW). In the last few years, we have clocked over 20 visits there. Gatwick is a great airport but it can be hectic whether it’s your first time or you’ve been there before. But have no fear, we have some tips that we are sharing with you to make your visit less stressful.
This is not your typical guide with whirlwind itineraries and overcrowded tourist recommendations. Instead, we focus on slowing down and living like a local. Dufftown is a little town in the Scottish Highlands that packs a big punch. It’s a perfect slow travel destination and home base for the Speyside Region.
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is a great reason to visit Scotland. It’s a dazzling event with a wonderful array of military bands, bagpipers, choreographed dance numbers, stunning fireworks, a light show, talented singers, and colorful costumes held at the beautiful Edinburgh Castle. We have 7 great tips that will help you navigate the crowds and make your night at the Military Tattoo so much easier.
Here’s our very best tips for HebCelt, one of the best music festivals on Scotland’s Western Isles.
This is not your typical guide with whirlwind itineraries and overcrowded tourist recommendations. Instead, we focus on living like a local and immersing yourself in the beautiful community of Kinsale, a perfect slow travel destination.
What can the slow traveler learn from Aesop’s old Greek fable “The Tortoise and The Hare”? As it turns out the slow traveler can learn plenty. It’s a simple little tale with a strong message for those wishing to slow down and change their travel lifestyle.
You do not have to devote a crazy amount of time to a destination to call it slow travel. You can slow travel in a week, a day, a year or even a few hours. Follow these 4 steps to slow things down and change the way, you travel for the better.
Your passport is usually the only valid identification you have abroad, so why would you leave it in your hotel? You’ll change your mind after you read this.
We saved hundreds of dollars on one month of cellphone data in the UK. Read how we did it.