a guide to world travel.

Lisbon is one of the most popular cities in Europe. It features on many international visitors’ bucket lists because it has so many things to offer. Although is a busy place, you’ll no doubt feel the palpable tranquillity here.


Lisbon was built on seven hills, and flowing through its centre is the river Tagus. It is a very well lit city; it seems as if the sun particularly favours it, and the ever-present light reflects from the river’s surface onto the tiled, white streets....

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Berlin has a fantastic reputation all around the world. It has such widespread appeal that you will rarely hear anyone saying bad things about it.


The city is high-energy, arty and vibrant with a complex and fascinating history. It is always evolving, so if you glance back over the last three decades, it’s practically unrecognisable. Practically every once grey wartime building is now intricately decorated with a passionately expressive, modern street art.

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Bali is actually only one of 17,000 Islands in the Indonesian archipelago. That’s quite a number! Yet Bali stands out from the crowd. The island is growing and changing rapidly, due to the constant influx of global visitors. In recent years it has built new airport, and you can find many more affordable accommodation options, restaurants, cafes and bars. The vibrant energy of this island calls to many different types of people.


Most have heard about details such as Kuta’s nightlife, Ubud’s alternative scene, Seminyak’s unforgettable sunsets, and the lush green rice fields, and the south tends to be the main destination.

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Barcelona is a vibrant city in every way. Wherever you are in the city, the refreshing sea air brings a smile to most faces as people meander the streets in a leisurely fashion. It’s hard to do things at any other pace, as the Spanish lifestyle is infectious.

Barcelona is as diverse as any city could hope to be; if you love the great outdoors, it can cater for that. Here you can explore mountains, beaches or UNESCO heritage sites. Inside the city you can experience the famous Spanish pavement café culture, photograph the exceptional architecture, wander around the picturesque streets and indulge in delicious local cuisine.....

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