You can’t go to Cornwall without including a beach on your itinerary, so here’s my top 4 from when I lived in Falmouth. Spoiler: One of them’s in Falmouth.
Get out of Lisbon and visit sunny seaside Casais, historic Belém, and leafy mountainous Sintra, all easy day trips by train.
To celebrate the Christmas holidays, here are three solid walk routes that I’ve done with my family or friends in the English country side. Nothing more than 4 miles, please and thank you.
A cosy cottage with log fire has to be the best place to be during a rain storm, especially when it’s in Rousdon, the self-sufficient Victorian estate.
Whale watching in Victoria, kayaking in Tofino and fireworks at Butchart Gardens – a family holiday in Vancouver Island is all about the outdoors!
There are so many beautiful sights to see in Paris at Christmas – and after exploring the wintery city you have so many delicious ways of warming back up!
The green spaces, the fab shopping, and the oh so many places to eat and drink – oh Richmond, how I’ll miss you.
With all the parks and their yellow leaved trees, and all the galleries and museums in case the weather lets you down, Paris is the perfect city for a November getaway.
A full week’s itinerary for Florence including basilicas, roofop bars, day trips to Siena and Bologna, and lots of coffee and pasta.
The bustling city of Bologna is packed with trendy cafes, authentic Bolognese restaurants and historic sights – the perfect day trip from Florence by train.
This medieval castle overlooking the South Downs in Sussex is the perfect day out if you like history, views and fairytales.
Winding stone streets with green shuttered houses, the stunning Piazza del Campo, the sweeping panoramic view from Torre del Mangia, and the elaborate marble of the duomo make Siena a historic day trip.