Tag Archives: travel

May 23

5 of England’s best cycling trails for wild cycling

April 29

Try Afternoon Tea at The Guardsman Hotel, Westminster, London

An afternoon tea is the perfect indulgent way to catch up with friends and family and now The Guardsman is opening its elegant dining room to non-hotel guests. Situated in the heart of St. James’s, six minutes walk from Buckingham Palace, The Guardsman is a new boutique hotel with the feel of a member’s club. […]

March 27

5 things about ‘The Best of British Pop’ show at the London Cabaret Club

The Best of British Pop show is relaunced The London Cabaret Club  has announced the relaunch of The Best of British Pop – an innovative musical celebration of the UK’s favourite hits throughout the decades. The London Cabaret Club is a pioneering entertainment experience in the heart of the capital, combining elegant fine dining and world-class performances with five-star service. The critically […]

February 14

Have you ever seen Madama Butterfly in Woking? This and 4 other things to do

Today’s 5 1. Visit Chessington World of Adventures. It’s not all open but great for toddlers. You can see all the animals, go on the carousel and others and treat yourself to donuts and coffee. Our experience was very short wait times. Perfect! 2. Have the M & S Valentine’s £20 pound meal. Maybe not […]

November 02

Top 5 things to do when visiting the magnificent Victoria Falls, Zambia

With more activities than Niagara and Iguazú Falls combined, a fun-packed post-pandemic trip, Zambia’s Victoria Falls could be just the tonic. One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Victoria Falls is, without a doubt, one of the best places to visit in Southern Africa. Known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, ‘the Smoke that Thunders’, the […]

November 02

TOP 5 THINGS TO DO ON THE RIVER THAMES

London’s River Thames is famous for landmarks such as Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the Palace of Westminster, but there are plenty of exciting activities to do on the river itself. Our top five activities are all tried and tested by our adventurous Cheval Three Quays Concierge team. Read More

October 23

We are looking for bloggers etc to contribute their 5 things to do today to our lifestyle site

If you would like to write your 5 things then please email 5thingstodotoday@gmail.com. You can be as creative as you want to be. Just 5 sentences. Any images, links back to your blog and business are all fine. Thanks. David

October 10

4. Book A Mysterious Castle In Europe For Halloween With Oliver’s Travels

Add some adventure into the holiday and rent a castle this Halloween. From isolated chateauxs in France and medieval fortresses in Italy to gothic castles by the enchanting lochs of  Scotland, Oliver’s Travels has a stunning collection of handpicked chateaux and castles to rent exclusively throughout Europe. Experience staying in your very own secluded countryside estate with no neighbouring properties and exploring ancient tower rooms and secretive crypts allowing the mind to wander […]

October 10

3. Dine at the Coppernose restaurant at The Mitre Hotel, opposite Hampton Court

A vibrant, stylish yet relaxed place to eat and drink. A riverside venue with a great selection of wines and tasty food. Coppernose was the nickname given to Henry VIII, after his funds ran low and he was forced to issue cheap copper-coated currency towards the end of his reign. A vibrant, stylish yet relaxed place to drink […]

October 10

1. Bus it around London on the Brigit’s Bakery Classic Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour

Come and experience afternoon tea with a difference on our exclusive and unique Brigit’s Bakery Classic Afternoon Tea Bus London Tour. Our vintage routemaster buses drive through the streets of Central London, taking in some of the City’s best sights, whilst you indulge in the fabulous Brigit’s Afternoon Tea on a double decker bus! Capture […]

October 09

1. Think about travelling to the Seychelles now it is off the red list from Monday

Seychelles has come off the UK’s red list marking the next step in the destination’s tourism recovery. Effective 4 am GMT, Monday, 11 October, travellers from the UK, the Seychelles’ third major tourism source market, may once again visit the Indian Ocean island destination with travellers able to obtain insurance for the destination and the vaccinated […]

September 28

Cabbage Patch 10, Royal Docks Festival, Quinta do Lago, BSI at The Shacklewell Arms and 5 things by Singer-Songwriter Melissa James

One Enter the The Cabbage Patch 10 running race. The Cabbage Patch 10 is back, taking place at 09.00 on Sunday 17 October 2021. The 10-mile race has taken place every year since 1982 – with the exception of 2020 for obvious reasons. Starting and finishing near the eponymous iconic pub, this 10-mile race is […]

September 27

Su Pollard as the Wicked Queen in Sunderland, Camping with PaulCamper, New interior design at The Fellows House, Cambridge, Streatham Literary Festival and The Bobby Moore Fund’s London Sports Quiz in aid of Cancer Research UK

Book to see Su Pollard in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs in Sunderland. Sunderland Empire is delighted to announce that the nation’s much-loved actress and entertainer Su Pollard will be returning to thrill pantomime audiences as the Wicked Queen in Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs from Friday 10 December 2021 – Sunday 2 […]

September 26

Stronger on Sundays with Melissa James, The Last Five Years at The Garrick theatre, Halloween in Bath, Golf at Quinta do Lago Portugal and World Animal day in South Africa

Register for Stronger on Sundays with Melissa James: Conversations with Compassion Racial & Social Justice. The next Stronger on Sundays programme takes place on Sunday 26 September, 1800 to 2000 BST. Registration is free and can be done here Book to see Jason Robert Brown’s Drama Desk Award-winning musical THE LAST FIVE YEARS at the Garrick Theatre. […]

August 26

This Bank holiday weekend go to Cornwall’s family friendly Camel Creek Family Theme Park

Cornwall’s award-winning, top family attraction Camel Creek has flung open its gates for the summer with approved social distancing measures, ensuring the safety of all its guests.  Having recently been awarded silver in the Cornwall Tourism Awards’ large attraction category, the team is excited for guests to experience some of the recent changes made to the layout of […]

August 21

5 things to do today at Pergola Paddington, London

Pergola Paddington is a huge, covered, rooftop bar located right in the heart of London’s new Paddington development. Thanks to huge investment, what was once a dull business area of the city next to a train station has been completely transformed into a stylish and happening social space. And Pergola is the jewel in the […]

August 10

Quinta do Lago’s New Family & Eco Friendly Experiences to Enjoy in the Algarve

Portugal’s Quinta do Lago is delighted to be welcoming back UK guests this summer with a selection of brand new experiences for the whole family to enjoy. Whether a kid, teenager or parent, there are activities available to make sure everyone has an exciting and memorable holiday experience. The UK and Portugal are both welcoming fully vaccinated […]

May 06

Hotel Brooklyn Manchester throws a Ball for Pandemic Heroes and Helpers: Nominations Open #Manchester #travel

One As it re-opens with the lifting of lockdown, Hotel Brooklyn, Manchester wants to say THANK YOU to Cottonopolis’ heros, heroines and helpers and is inviting nominations for places at the table for some of the many people whose front-line dedication helped to keep the city through the pandemic. Two The spoiling event will take place on July […]

May 04

Celebrate British Summertime with Monkey Island Estate’s New Shepherd’s Hideaway Experience #Travel #Bray #Luxury

One This summer, Monkey Island Estate is delighted to welcome families and friends to enjoy the idyllic island in Bray with a new Shepherd’s Hideaway Experience. To kick-off British summertime, one of the estate’s handcrafted Shepherd’s Huts has been transformed from a cosy winter cabin into a rustic summer suntrap ready to welcome groups of up to […]

April 09

Lou Pinet Introduces Remodelage by Martine de Richeville at the Tata Harper Spa

1. Maisons Pariente’s, Hotel Lou Pinet is exclusively positioned away from the hustle and bustle of Saint-Tropez, where guests are encouraged to wind down. Days can be spent lounging around the emerald swimming pool – the largest in Saint-Tropez, visiting the nearby beaches or winding down at the Tata Harper Spa.  2. The lush Mediterranean gardens include a […]

March 20

5 Things You Need to Know About Flying Private vs. Flying First Class

There has been a growing diversity of choice for air travelers over the past few years. Whether you’re looking to fly on a budget or in the lap of luxury, there are several options available to you. For jet-setters, business travelers, and basically anybody who prefers comfort and convenience, it often comes down to two […]

March 09


5 Experiences for Non-Skiers to Enjoy in the Italian Alps

Courmayeur Mont Blanc, situated on the Italian side of Mont Blanc, is a traditional yet sophisticated resort surrounded by spectacular scenery and full of history and charm. Renowned for its warm Italian welcome and fabulous winter sports scene, the resort is ideal for families, friends, skiers, and non-skiers looking to spend time outside in the […]

March 05

Inspirational Women in the World of Travel, Rebecca Masri shares 5 things with us

Rebecca Masri is the Founder of Little Emperors, the Private Members Hotel Club offering affordable luxury across the globe. It is Rebecca’s knowledge of purchase power, learnt from her career at Goldmans Sachs, which enables Little Emperors to guarantee the lowest rates at the best hotels with the most benefits. With an incredible portfolio of over 5,000 […]

March 04

5 things to do at The MarBella Collection, Greece

The MarBella Collection, a group of three five-star luxury hotels situated in Greece, is delighted to unveil new and exclusive experiences for 2021. The brand’s third property, MarBella Elix, is opening its doors for the first time this April, in the Parga region of mainland Greece as the collection’s first hotel outside the island of […]

March 04

5 things to do at Sani Resort, Greece

1. Head to Bousoulas Beach – one of Sani Resort’s seven beaches, Bousoulas offers four miles of pine-fringed sands with crystal clear, shallow water; making it ideal for those travelling with younger children.  2. Try out the brand-new brand new Bear Grylls Survival Academy for a unique chance to learn Bear Grylls’ extreme survival techniques. Activities include […]

July 23

5 Simple Ways To Make Your Child Fall In Love With Travel

Pixabay – CC0 Licence Some kids are real home bunnies. They love nothing more than sitting in front of their flatscreen TV and playing the latest gory first-person shooter on their Xbox. To get them outside even on the sunniest of days can seem like an impossible task. To combat this, you need to engage […]

May 18

5 Things To Do When Your Travel Life Has Stopped by blogger Daniel Pienaar

If you are a person working in the travel industry, your day to day life changes quite drastically when worldwide travel comes to a grinding halt. If you’re someone like me who travels for work very frequently, your life gets turned upside down. Here are 5 things to do when constant travel has stopped. Cook […]

May 18

5 things to do today by ‘Bag full of Rocks’ blogger Vaiva Lilionyte

It’s Sunday, we’re still in lockdown (at least here in Scotland) and not surprisingly, it’s raining. In the past, this would mean a complete nightmare for me, but during these last few weeks, I really learned to slow down and enjoy the little things. I am sharing my 5 things to do today and I […]

May 16

5 Things to Do in Slovakia: Best Places to Go, Sites to See & More #Travel #Slovakia #CentralEurope 

Thinking of visiting central Europe and wondering about the things to do in Slovakia? We’ve got all the best Slovakia things to do in this guide! See the link below Source: 5 Things to Do in Slovakia: Best Places to Go, Sites to See & More

May 16

5 Things To Do In Versailles After You’ve Seen The Palace – TravelAwaits #France #Paris #Travel

At the top of the must-see list of Paris attractions is the Palace of Versailles. Just 30 minutes from Paris, the royal Palace of Versailles is the ultimate in French decadence from a past era with 700 rooms, over 2,000 acres of magnificent gardens and parkland, the Petite Trianon, the mini-palace getaway created for Marie […]

May 16

5 things you should do before driving again after lockdown

The coronavirus outbreak has left many of us with no need to drive Check your tyres prior to setting off on a long or significant journey. Check your tyre pressures are suitable for the load and the condition of your tyres, including the spare, and look out for any cuts or wear. Make sure your […]

May 16

Top 5 Things to Do When You Can’t Travel

A lot of us are stuck at home right now, and if you’re anything like me, you might be dreaming of your next holiday. Maybe you’ve even had to cancel travel plans this summer and you’re feeling pretty bummed out. For some people, current events are taking a hit on their mental health because of […]

May 12

10 or More founder Debbie Robinson shares her 5 things to do today

1. Daydream!The last year has been such a blur setting up and running my business, I’ve barely had time to sit down, let alone think. Lockdown – although a hugely challenging time for so many of us – has got me daydreaming again. I have spent a lot of this “pause” time planning my next […]

April 08

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra streams first performance with Vasily Petrenko. Wednesday 8 April from 4pm BST on the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s YouTube channnel and 4 other things to do

Here are today’s selection One Royal Philharmonic Orchestra streams first performance with Vasily Petrenko. Wednesday 8 April from 4pm BST on the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s YouTube channnel Follow the link and set a reminder to be notified when it goes live for 24 hours only:  Two Watch Now, Visit Later:  Social Distance with the Derry Girls – Prepare […]

March 20

5 things to do today – Have you ever tried Yoga with Adriene #5thingstodotoday

In the worlds current situation now is the perfect time to suggest inspirational and creative things to do when life is not quite as free as it was. 5 things to do today might be able to help with this. Here are 5 suggestions Start a small habit such as every time you flush the […]

February 24

5 things to do today around London Bridge Station

The London Bridge area is right on the southern bank of the Thames, between London Bridge and Tower Bridge. Despite its ever-busy train station, it’s more than just a commuter hub; it encompasses Borough Market, City Hall, the HMS Belfast, and Potter’s Field, and the many nearby theatres and museums ensure there are always plenty […]

January 17

Have a light-themed cocktail at The Ivy in The Park, Canary Wharf

Celebrate Canary Wharf’s Winter Lights festival at The Ivy in The Park.  From Thursday, 16th to Saturday, 25th January you will be able to enjoy a duo of limited-edition, light-themed cocktails. Including the Lumier, a refreshing mix of St Germain Elderflower Liquor, Beefeater Gin, Green Chartreuse, lime juice, and a dash of orange bitters, and the Ultraviolet […]

November 05

Take your child to World of Dinosaurs, Paradise Park, Broxbourne

This park is excellent if your toddler loves dinosaurs as many do. The wildlife park area is a little dated but the dinosaur aminotronic area is superb. There is a little train that will take you too – extra cost of £2.00 however Paradise Park

October 28

Have breakfast at San Carlo Ciccihetti, Manchester

San Carlo Ciccihetti is part of Manchester’s flagship House of Fraser Store. The poached egg on Sourdough bread was lovely served with ripe avocado. A very fresh dish with excellent coffee too. San Carlo Ciccihetti

October 28

Press Release – The Prague Symphony Orchestra brings an electrifying celebration of Nature to Edinburgh’s Usher Hall

The Prague Symphony Orchestra brings all its renowned energy and vigour to this extraordinary symphony, under Finnish Chief Conductor and fast-rising star Pietari Inkinen. They are joined by the superb Czech mezzo-soprano Ester Pavlů and a chorus from of members of Edinburgh Royal Choral Union, Edinburgh University Chamber Choir and also the National Youth Choir of Scotland for what promises to […]

October 23

Visit Natasha Kumar’s exhibition – Eloquent Spaces – Sacred and Secular Indian Architecture at the Railings gallery, Marylebone

The exhibition captures the spirit of Indian architecture with its carved stone, crumbling palaces and pillared halls. Natasha has created a special piece to celebrate Diwali – Ganesha| New Beginnings. This is a handmade screen-print in an edition of 40.  The Ganesha God symbolises fresh starts and prosperity. Most timely in the current climate!  Natasha […]

October 23

Dine at J Sheekey, Covent Garden

This famous fish restaurant in the heart of London is always busy. Enjoy a drink at the bar before having fabulous fish. The fish stew is a classic as is the traditional fish and chips. The people watching is almost as good as the food. J Sheekey

October 22

Enjoy a Whisky Masterclass at speakeasy bar The Mind Palace, London – Wednesday 6th November

On Wednesday 6th November, The Mind Palace, Sherlock’s popular stand alone speakeasy bar, is hosting the ultimate Whisky Masterclass. For just £12, guests will learn to make a selection of autumnal, whisky based cocktails using Glenlivet whisky, as well as enjoy three cocktails after the masterclass. Find out more

October 21

Visit Brighton’s Sea Life Centre

This sea life centre is just near the pier in Brighton and is truly spectacular for kids. In addition to looking peering through the glass at tropical fish, you can take a small glass bottom boat ride to see turtles, stingrays and sharks. You can easily spend a morning here especially if you touch the […]

October 20

Take your child to Investigate at The Natural History Museum, London

You can use microscopes, cameras and magnifying glasses. Staff are on hand to help you out. In the basement of the Natural History Museum you will find Investigate. Take a tray and investigate teeth, fossils, rock and more. The Natural History Museum

October 20

Visit the Moon at the Natural History museum, London

October 14

5. Enjoy a gin and tonic at the American Bar in The Savoy Hotel, London

October 14

2. Have a bacon sandwich from Coffee Bay Kiosk at Hampton Court Station

October 13

Do you have an event in London happening next week that you would like to be listed here #London #Event

October 13

1. Have your passport photograph taken on the bridge between Waterloo East and London Waterloo

October 12

5. Enjoy a beer from The Beer House on the concourse of Charing Cross Station, London

October 12

4. Watch a street performer in the covered market at Covent Garden

October 12

3. Visit the London transport museum, Covent Garden, London

October 07

Celebrate London Cocktail Week at Issho-Ni

Issho-Ni, the stylish Japanese restaurant and cocktail bar, has teamed up with American whiskey brand Bulleit Frontier Whiskey to host the ultimate Funk BBQ Party on Friday 11th October, in celebration of London Cocktail Week. For just £10 per person, party goers can enjoy a drink from the specially curated Issho-Ni x Bulleit cocktail menu, alongside a charcoal grilled Chicken Yakitori Skewer or Tofu […]

October 03

Dine in the Heart of Shropshire: The Saloon at Hawkstone Hall & Gardens

For first-class, elegant dining in a beautiful rural setting, The Saloon Restaurant at Hawkstone Hall & Gardens, is a truly decadent and intimate restaurant. Set in the one of the oldest parts of the original Main House, it is quintessentially British and has a luxurious feel with artwork adorning the walls and rich, plush fabrics […]

September 24

Flying From Heathrow? We’ve Got Car Parking Covered

Going on holiday is one of the most exciting and memorable experiences that a lot of people will have. Nevertheless, the build-up to going on a vacation can be quite stressful because there are lots of things which need to be considered, and most people worry that they will forget something. https://pixabay.com/photos/baggage-hall-heathrow-airport-775540/ One aspect which […]

September 20

Interview with U.S. comedian Liza Treyger

Thank you to Liza for this interview. Liza is set to embark on her debut tour across UK and Europe with her latest stand-up, including a performance at Bloomsbury Studio, London on 24th September. Out of everything you have done in your comedy career so far what have been the highlights? I think the number […]

September 10

3. Lunch at Lime Wood and Q&A with Angela Hartnett MBE

Join us for a Question and Answer session with Angela Hartnett MBE and a three-course lunch at Lime Wood Hotel. Angela Hartnett, MBE, is one of the UK’s most loved chefs and restaurateurs, known for her sophisticated yet simple, Italy-inspired cooking. Born in Britain, her passion for good, honest food and the best ingredients was […]

August 24

1. Go to the Hampton Court Food festival this Bank Holiday weekend

Join us for a summer celebration of food and drink in the iconic East Front Gardens at Hampton Court Palace. The Kitchen Join us in the Kitchen for live cooking demonstrations from top chefs and experts including Michel Roux Jr, Nadiya Hussain and Rhiannon Lambert. View the timetable and book your seat at the Food […]

August 23

3. Join a foraging fortnight event (31st August – 15th September)

Foraging Fortnight is a celebration of Scotland’s natural environment and wild food with a series of events taking place across Fife, Moray, Lanarkshire, Orkney and the Forth Valley and Lomond areas. This brand new festival brings together over a hundred events across five diverse regions of Scotland: from the rolling hills of Lanarkshire, the golden […]

August 02

Today’s selection include navigation using Waze, the best place to have Fish and Chips in Weymouth and a clever rule to beat procrastination – 2nd August 2019

Use Waze to choose the best route for your journey. Press the routes button and Waze will calculate alternative ones for you to select. This way you can choose the best one. For instance if a b road route only shaves off a couple of minutes you might as well take an A road. Enjoy […]

July 22

Rushden Lakes – Two Day Festival Extravaganza – 27th & 28th July

Rushden Lakes, is hosting a two-day festival extravaganza on the weekend of the 27th and 28th July, in celebration of our second birthday. The two-day festival will not only celebrate this milestone but will revel in all we have to offer. Perfect for a day out with the family Rushden Lakes will be beautifully decorated […]

July 19

Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp’s New Spa Offers the Ultimate Okavango Wellness Retreat in Botswana

Wilderness Safaris Jao Camp, located in the north-western Okavango Delta, has rejuvenated its health and wellness offering through its new spa, creating the ideal sanctuary to unwind and thoroughly disconnect. “Visiting Jao is therapy in itself, given its tranquil wilderness location in the heart of this World Heritage Site. However, a treatment in our new […]

July 17

Visit Elba: Magnetic Opera Festival 2019 – Opera and ballet set within the islands’ historical mines

Until the 22 July, the Magnetic Opera Festival will entertain opera and ballet enthusiasts as well as tourists visiting Elba Island, the beautiful Italian island off the coast of Tuscany. This year marks the 5th edition of the festival that brings together opera and ballet performances, most of which will be set within the dreamy […]

June 19

5 bars you need to visit in Liverpool #Liverpool #Travel

5 bars you need to visit in Liverpool A vibrant northern city full of culture and heritage, and a popular student destination with multiple open campuses close to the city centre, Liverpool has a healthy atmosphere at night, with a variety of different bars and clubs depending on what you’re looking for. Here are five […]

June 17

Take your toddler to Wellington Country Park #Travel #Reading

June 17

Watch the bright red time ball at Royal Greenwich Observatory drop at 1pm – a tradition since 1833 #London #Travel

May 06

5 things to pack when you can’t take a suitcase

We’ve all been there. While late night Insta-scrolling, some influencer travel shots catch your eye. The destination looks beautiful; the right mix of laid-back and stylish, the food seems delicious, and the streets clean and uncrowded. You’ve always heard good things about [insert European city name here], maybe it’s time to look into a trip. […]

April 19

5 cocktails you need to try at 100 Wardour Street #London #Cocktails #Soho

Thank you to freelance writer Ashley Hall for this review. Ashley hall blogs at Ashley’s Footprints (Instagram) Situated in the heart of Piccadilly Circus lies 100 Wardour Street; host of a stylish cocktail lounge, restaurant, and club. They have recently launched a brand new cocktail menu titled ‘Creative Disorders’ and I was invited to try […]

April 19

Trying 5 classic dishes at Royal China #London #Restaurants #CanaryWharf

Trying 5 classic dishes at Royal China, Canary Wharf  Freelance writer Charlotte Elizabeth reviews the Royal China restaurant. A drizzly Tuesday evening in the business district of London isn’t the setting which springs to mind when picturing authentic Chinese cuisine. Leaving the towering banks of Canary Wharf behind, the crowds thin. By the time you […]

April 09

5 Ways To Get Cheap Train Tickets #Travel #Train #cheaptickets

Everybody knows that the trains in this country are a bit o a nightmare. The prices go up every year and the service seems to get worse. But that doesn’t change the fact that so many of us still rely on them. A lot of people can’t afford a car or would rather not use […]

March 28

5 Things To Do When Travelling Solo #Travel #Life #solotravel

The trend and appeal of solo travelling is fast growing in today’s society, thanks to the stresses of our day-to-day lives. Travelling alone is an experience which is one of a kind and it can often be a relief to discover who we really are. The very fact of being alone is one which forces […]

March 22

5 Mountains You Must Climb In Southeast Asia #Travel #Adventure

5 Mountains You Must Climb In Southeast Asia By Pete Silvester, CEO of Summits.com Most people escaping the UK for Southeast Asia do so for the beaches, the food, and the cheap thrills. But for a nation of walkers, so few of us take advantage of the exceptional opportunities to hike, climb, and summit many […]

March 16

5 best places in the world to find the most romantic sunsets #sunset #travel #luxury

There truly is nothing more romantic than witnessing a beautiful sunset over a coastal view or sitting side by side whilst you look over the ocean shore on the beach. If it’s something you want to look out for when you’re on your travels with your partner, then it’s worth considering these destinations to witness […]

March 08

5 things to do in Devon this weekend #Travel #Devon 

Beauty and the Beast ballet at Theatre Royal Plymouth – March 6 – 9 Birmingham Royal Ballet’s enchanting retelling of an 18th century fairy tale is a wonderful introduction to ballet for young audiences, already familiar with the story of The Beauty and the Beast, thanks to Walt Disney. A cruel Prince, cursed to spend the […]

February 26

3. Stay at one of these World’s Most Fashionable Hotels Curated by Voyager Club #Travel #Hotels #Luxury

Paris Fashion Week has already begun, rounding off a month of catwalk shows and memorable moments from the world’s fashion capitals. To celebrate, Voyager Club selects their favourite fashion hotels, chosen from their carefully curated collection of the most unique properties worldwide. These hidden gems, from fashion designers’ favourite Caribbean hideaways to stylish Parisian city […]

February 25

4. Leave time in May to stay at the new Radisson Hotel in Warsaw, Poland #Travel #Luxury #Poland #Warsaw

Radisson Hotel Group, one of the world’s largest and most dynamic hotel groups, is delighted to announce the introduction of its exceptional Radisson Collection brand to the Polish capital of Warsaw. Currently undergoing a remarkable transformation, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will be yet another unique addition to the group’s portfolio of premium lifestyle properties when it opens […]

February 25

1. Visit an event in London during academic book week – 4 – 9 March 2019 #London #Books #AcBookWeek

Academic Book Week, the week-long celebration of the role and diversity in academic publishing, is returning from 4-9 March 2019 with an exciting line-up of events. Here are a few events of note Theology Slam Live Final – A search for new theological writers and communicators (aged 18-30) who can bring theology to bear on the […]

February 21

5. Take advantage of this travel offer -This February, LATAM Airlines is offering up to 20% discount on all flights between the UK and Latin America for customers that book online #Travel #Offers

LATAM Airlines, the leading airline connecting Europe and Latin America, is offering customers up to 20% off when buying tickets online between 22nd and 25th February 2019 LATAM Airlines is also offering its customers discounts of up to 30% on domestic flights in Peru, Chile, Colombia and Argentina until 28th February 2019 The valid flight […]

Read about the launch Kyambura Gorge Ecotourism Project in Uganda February 21

3. Read about the launch Kyambura Gorge Ecotourism Project in Uganda #Travel #Uganda #Ecotourism #Tourism

  Volcanoes Safaris – the leading luxury lodge company in Rwanda and Uganda – are excited to announce the official launch of the Kyambura Gorge Ecotourism Project. Since 2009, the Kyambura Gorge Ecotourism Project has been safeguarding the Kyambura Gorge ecosystem. The strategic assembling of four adjoining sites next to the Gorge over the last ten […]

February 19

5. Book tickets for the RAW WINE fair, The Strand, London – 10th&11th March #London #Wine  #rawwineLDN #Travel

This year’s RAW WINE fair will be celebrating the importance of sustainability by bringing together natural, organic and biodynamic wine producers who are all about minimal intervention in the vineyard and cellar. Promoting biodiversity and respecting life above ground and in the soil ensures vines are able to absorb key nutrients and increases the quality […]

February 19

2. Join a Cocktail Masterclasses at K West Hotel #London #Hotel #Cocktails #Travel #kwesthotel #Westfield

Take your party hosting skills to the next level and become the cocktail connoisseur you’ve always wanted to be with K West Hotel’s Cocktail Masterclass. Led by the expertise of the mixologists at Studio Bar, the 1.5 hour masterclass includes a guide on how to perfect the art of the Strawberry Daiquiri or Lavender Lychee […]

February 15

5 Free Things to do in Marbella, Spain With Kids – The World Is A Book #Spain #Travel #Marbella

Guide and tips for five free things to do in Marbella, Spain with kids. See what this coastal city has to offer families on a budget. Source: 5 Free Things to do in Marbella, Spain With Kids – The World Is A Book Known around the world as a place where the jet setters go […]

February 14

New Chef Executive Helena Puolakka – Skylon #London #Restaurants

Executive Chef Helena Puolakka will be launching a brand-new menu featuring modern British dishes to riverside restaurant, Skylon from 25th February. As well as the new menu, Skylon has refreshed their interiors to bring a more open and contemporary feel to the restaurant following Puolakka’s arrival in September 2018. Puolakka’s new menu will serve the restaurant […]

February 04

Make Valentine’s Day a sensory feast #London #Valentinesday2019

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Bunga’s Big Phat Roman Wedding This Valentine’s weekend, everyone is invited to celebrate the wedding of the year at Bunga Bunga Covent Garden, at Bunga’s Big Phat Roman Wedding. From Thursday 14th to Saturday 16th February Don Silvio himself invites guests on a trip to Ancient Rome, as Bunga Bunga hosts an […]

January 31

Ms Paolini’s Phantasmagoria Cabaret at Hoxton Hall #London #Cabaret #Entertainment #HoxtonHall

Ms Paolini’s Phantasmagoria Cabaret is an unashamed celebration of theatre and comedy, which examines the issue of flitting between the real and inauthentic self. Questions are asked of the id, the ego and the super-ego. Such as ‘Being wrong is right?’, ‘Being racist is wrong’ and ‘Urinating in the street is wrong, no?’… Patrizia Paolini and […]

January 31

Treat Your Loved One To Kennington Tandoori This Valentine’s Day #London

Whether going out or staying in this Valentine’s Day, Kennington Tandoori, the popular South London Indian restaurant have every eventuality covered on the most romantic night of the year. For one day only, the KT are offering both a delicious dine in Valentine’s set menu or the ultimate Valentine’s delivery package to be enjoyed at home, cuddled up with a loved one. For those looking […]

January 25

Take your toddler to the London Transport museum – Pay once and use your ticket for one year #London #Travel

London Transport Museum is situated in the heart of Covent Garden and filled with stunning exhibits; the Museum explores the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, culture and society since 1800. Historic vehicles, world-famous posters and the very best objects from the Museum’s extraordinary collection are brought together to tell the story […]

January 24

Celebrate Valentine’s Day in style at Wright Brothers #London #Travel #Restaurants

Wright Brothers, the seafood experts are offering the ultimate romantic Valentine’s celebration in their picturesque Battersea restaurant on Thursday 14th February. Partnering with the legendary house of Piper-Heidsieck, Wright Brothers will offer a special oyster masterclass & Champagne tasting for couples. Guests will enjoy a selection of natural, dressed and cooked oysters served alongside a […]

January 12

5 Things to do near Couples Swept Away, Negril #Travel #Jamaica #Honeymoon

Nestled in charming Negril, Couples Swept Away offers everything you need to unwind; from yoga lessons to watersport activities to fine dining at gourmet restaurants. However, you may choose to venture outside Couples Swept Away to explore more of Jamaica. Here are 5 things to do near Couples Swept Away, Negril to ensure you make the most […]

January 12

5 great things to do in Heidelberg with kids #Travel #Germany

This is a guest post by Jane Welton, about a summer family trip to Heidelberg, Germany. Jane is a freelance writer and translator who lives in Surrey with her husband and 12 year-old daughter. Jane has spent a lot of time in other European countries and is bringing her daughter up speaking French and German as […]

December 19

4 Ways To Take Your Home With You On Travels

We all have an urge to explore the world and see new things. Experiencing things on the travel channel is hardly the same as when you’re right in the middle of it in-person. Just for the thrill of being in among cultures and countries that we have only ever heard of, we will pack our […]

December 12

5 GREAT THINGS TO DO WITH THE KIDS IN BRIDLINGTON #Travel #Bridlington #Yorkshire

We love the seaside and for the last few years we have spent Easter and October half term on the Yorkshire coast – there are some great things to do with the kids in Bridlington. My grandma had a static holiday caravan in a nearby village and it became our safe haven – the kids […]

December 04

5 things to do in Chesterfield this Weekend #Travel #Chesterfield

5 Ideas for the Weekend Plan your Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Chesterfield with our 5 ideas for the weekend! 1. Christmas Tree Festival at St Thomas Church – Friday 7th – Sunday 9th December The local community is coming together again for the annual Christmas Tree Festival at St Thomas Church. Groups, schools and […]

December 04

5 Things to Do in Cambridge this Christmas #Travel #Cambridge

There really is no better place to enjoy the festive season than historical Cambridge. Spending time in our beautiful city at this time of year evokes a sense of stepping back in time to savour the traditions and customs that make Cambridge so uniquely magical. Read More

November 13

5 things to do – Tuesday November 13th 2018 #London #Dance #Cruise #Travel #Luxury

Here are today’s selection. A varied range from supper clubs to luxury sports tour cruises. Settle in for the night at the Winter Chalet at Madison Restaurant St Pauls, London. This winter, our rooftop terrace will transform into an alpine-inspired winter wonderland when we open the doors to the Chalet at Madison. Take a seat […]

October 26

5 Things to do after arriving in Australia #Travel #Australia

Moving into a new country is difficult, especially to a country like Australia where you know little about the country and its people. Don’t worry, here are 5 important things to do after you get to Australia. Buy sim cards You will have a lot to do in your first few days, and many phone […]

October 25

Top Five Things to Do in Knightsbridge and South Kensington #London #Knightsbridge

1. Shopping – Knightsbridge is one of London’s most famous shopping districts, its a top spot for tourists and home residents for luxury shopping. Harrods covers 4.5 acres of Knightsbridge with 330 departments over seven floors, from groceries to clothing to home goods. Harvey Nichols first opened in Knightsbridge in 1831, it has led the […]

October 25

MY 5 THINGS TO DO IN AMSTERDAM! (THE PLAN) #Travel #Amsterdam

1.) Anne Frank House It was pretty obvious that this would be top of the list isn’t it? When you think Amsterdam you think of Anne Frank and the diaries she wrote from that little house. For us this is an absolute must. I have a fascination with history and I can’t wait to see […]

October 24

5 Best Things to Do in Akihabara #Japan #Travel #Tokyo

There are some very massive, multistory figure shops in the center of Akiharaba. It’s very hard to miss some of these shops because they are massive and just right outside the train station. There is a very good chance that you will find your favorite anime character. Some shops, you can literally go through 5 […]

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