Regardless of where the rain in Spain may fall, Europe’s fourth-largest country offers some of the most thrilling drives on the continent. From the serrated summits of Catalonia’s coastal mountains to Andalucia’s picturesque white villages to the striking greenery of the north coast, each region packs its own unique surprises for anyone willing to get out of the towns and deviate from the highways.
Portugal has got it all – sun, surf, castles and charming cities. It’s hard to squeeze all its culture and...
Western Australia is a region of endless exploration, where you can pack your itinerary with epic adventures in some of the country’s most iconic landscapes. Wildlife encounters are popular, from swimming with whale sharks to snapping selfies with quokkas, while you can also savour Australia’s best wines or kick back on a beautiful white-sand beach.
Europe has a lot to offer for weekend warriors, with its top city breaks ranging from bustling capital cities to small-town charms. Whether you’re looking for culture, food, adventure or all three, these top weekend getaways in Europe offer a trip of a lifetime and suit all types of tastes.
Australia offers a wide range of adventures for couples, boasting anything from postcard-worthy white sand beaches and charming coastal towns to scenic hiking trails. These romantic destinations in Australia will sweep you off your feet, whether you prefer the natural beauty of the Whitsundays, a winery tour in Hunter Valley or a road trip through Tasmania.
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The Caribbean conjures up postcard-perfect images of white sand beaches, emerald waters and palm-studded islands. However, many of the top destinations also include a hoard of tourists.
Dia de los Muertos, is a multi-day holiday celebrated to honour the cycle of life and death with colourful costumes, parades and parties. Ancient festival traditions date back to the time of the Aztecs, and in 2008 it was even added to the UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
From copper-red bushwalks to indigo-tinted climbs up the Blue Mountains, hikes in Australia are both accessible and out of this world. The over 7.5 million square kilometers that make up this great land down under cover every type of climate and geography, guaranteeing something dramatically different wherever you go.