Want to show your BFF what they mean to you in the world’s most romantic city? Here’s my guide to Paris for best friends, with all the best sights and tips.
Explore the paved stone streets of Dubrovnik Old Town, watch the sunset from the top of Mount Srđ, and climb the hills of Lokrum Island with us.
Whether you’re a history buff, a dating couple, a family looking for fun, or a group of friends chilling out, there’s tons to do in Oxford.
Spending the day in Rome? This route will tick off the Pantheon, Roman Forum, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, and leave two hours for dinner!
Get the inside scoop on Vatican City, where to get tickets and how to avoid getting ripped off, and sneak a peek inside the Sistine Chapel.
Here are all the tools you need to build your very own Game of Thrones walking tour of Dubrovnik for free, including West Harbour, Old Town and Lokrum.
See Seville through our eyes as we explore the leafy gardens of the Alcázar palace, climb up the Torre del Oro, and watch the sunset from the Metropol Parasol.
Two consecutive boughts of the flu, bad weather and unlucky timing, redeemed by pretty canals and delicious Dutch gouda cheese tasting… may your trip be better than ours.
With baroque churches and Moorish castles, pastel painted buildings and historic tramways, not to mention a plethora of day trip options, there’s plenty to do in Lisbon.
Delicious food, cheap drinks, hot sun to bathe in and beautiful streets to explore – all the ingredients you need for a summer holiday with friends.
The consistently stunning architecture, the unique personality of each arrondissement, the delicious food proudly served by surly waiters – for me, Paris will always be perfect.
Terracotta roofs, boat trips over blue seas, warm sunshine and friendly people make the cultural capital of Croatia an ideal getaway, even if you don’t watch Game of Thrones.