Top 5 bars for a night out in Edinburgh

Edinburgh by Flickr CC Bill Wilson

Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is a place of charm and history. That aside, the Scots can be a rowdy bunch who love a good party and are always hospitable to those wishing to join in on the fun. Those looking for more than just a good Scotch whiskey can find a plethora of bars [...]

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A Guide to Visiting the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

Cliffs of Moher by Flickr CC Rodrigo Silva

The Cliffs of Moher attract more than 1 million visitors annually, and for a good reason; the cliffs tower to 214 miles and stretch for 5 miles. When the weather is good, visitors can enjoy entertainment in the form of buskers and harpists. There are also some 600 miles of viewing platforms and pathways to [...]

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Top 5 Rooftop Bars in London

London at Night by Flickr CC Mark Hillary

London is a premier spot for rooftop lounging and dining. The endless array of rooftop destinations includes something for everyone and is sure to please. Which ever you choose, you’re sure to be impressed, but here are our top 5 favorite rooftop bars in London. Radio Rooftop Bar If you are in the mood for [...]

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A Guide to Hiking Snowdonia

Snowdonia, Wales  by Flickr CC Arun Marsh

If you love exploring some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, walking, or hiking, then Snowdonia should be high on your list of places to visit while in Europe. Located in Wales, Snowdonia National Park is the second largest Park in the UK. Most world-class mountain climbers and hikers train here. There are various [...]

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Planing a trip to Galway

Galway by Flickr CC Jon Aker

Galway, Ireland is a popular destination for tourists from all over the globe. It is located in province of Connacht in the West Region of Ireland and is the 6th largest city in Ireland by population. Galway City offers many different options for the savvy tourist and in this article we will go over 5 [...]

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Discovering the Orkney Islands

Orkney Islands by Flickr CC The World Affairs Council...

The Orkney Islands lie just off the northeast coast of Scotland. In many ways they retain many of the customs and natural characteristics of their ancient past. Most of the people are descendants of earlier Scottish settlers intermixed with the Vikings who invaded the islands from the 800s to the 1000s. There are only two [...]

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