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Change has certainly been good for Zagreb and over the last few years, the Croatian capital has carved a position for itself as a must do European city break, so much so that Lonely Planet even revealed...

During my recent trip to Cologne I learnt a great deal about the city’s vibrant Christmas markets, traditional delicacies and its rich history. So, I felt it necessary to comprise a luxury guide to the...

Kate Morfoot, a leading food and travel writer from Love To Eat To Travel, goes on a discovery of one of the UK’s most unique cities. The city of Bath has long been renowned for its curative medicinal...

Ask anyone with a love of travel what their resolutions are for 2017 and we reckon seeing more of the world will be one of their top three. Nepal is one of those bucket list destinations, once closed to...

Another season spelt another ride on the white isle train this past summer, through a journey of high octane experiences. Our latest trip rode through Ibiza’s closing weekend events and the end of an...

Grenoble is often dismissed as little more than a snow lovers’ luxury gateway to the Alps. But nestling amidst the scenic Isère Valley, this ancient city’s rich and tapestried history and its unmistakably...

Nestled in the foothills of the Alps with views overlooking Lake Geneva and stretching as far as Mont Blanc, Geneva promises to deliver a city experience like no other. STAY Atop the list of hotels to...

Kate Morfoot, leading food and travel writer and founder of lovetoeattotravel.com goes on a journey of island discovery to Mahé, Praslin and Bird Island in the Seychelles. The tropical Seychelles in the...

In the USA they say that politics is simply showbiz for ugly people. They say it, but they don’t mean it. Because, unlike Albion, where Parliament really is the spiritual home for the aesthetically-challenged,...

With world class Michelin Star restaurants, 5* award-winning luxurious resorts and villas, championship golf courses, a vibrant art scene and stunning scenery and beaches, it’s little wonder these two...