A road trip along the Causeway Coastal Route in Northern Ireland is a unique journey. Charming towns, emerald-green meadows, and the spell-binding Giant’s Causeway. I’m a big fan of travel by public transportation, a great way to be more responsible and to get in touch with local communities. However, some places call for a road …
If you like street art, you’ll want to discover Brighton graffiti. An easy day trip from London, Brighton has some beautiful scale murals by Aroe, Banksy, and others.
The ultimate guide to hiking the Causeway Coast Way, one of the most scenic coastal walks in Europe. Including the Giant’s Causeway, a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Whether you’re spending in Bristol a couple of days or only a few hours, maybe on the way to Bath, there’s one thing you shouldn’t miss: Bristol Street Art.
Street art and graffiti can tell a story about a city as much as historical landmarks. Only it’s not the story of monarchs, nobles, wealthy families or the Church. Street Art is created by “ordinary” people,
There’s so much to see and do in Bristol that one day is way too short. Like neighboring Bath, it’s worth visiting Bristol on a two or three days short break, although many people only come on a day trip from London.
Even if you have limited time, don’t give up. You can still enjoy some of the main Bristol activities.
A weekend break in Bath is a perfect choice if you want to combine history, a bit of pampering at the Spa, excellent food, and a touch of romance.
Why did it take me so long to go and visit Northern Ireland?
I kept repeating the question to myself during my [way too short] road trip along the Causeway Coastal Route. I wrote two long articles on this exceptional drive and the many wonderful spots that made me stop more times than I could ever have imagined. Now, I rely on the power of images more than on words, and I’m pretty sure that they will feed your wanderlust and inspire you to visit Northern Ireland.
If you’re an independent traveler, you’ll love a road trip in Northern Ireland! People are very friendly and the scenery is simply stunning!
I hadn’t planned hiking the West Highland Way, probably the most popular long-distance trail in Scotland. It just happened. And it was an amazing experience.
I knew I would go to Scotland in September to attend a conference (the STSInverness Summit) and from the beginning, I decided that it was the perfect excuse to stay a few more days. I had been to Scotland before, but only visited Edinburgh and Glasgow, both beautiful cities, and I was keen to see the wild landscapes I had admired so many times in pictures and books.