The city of Interlaken is a small city which acts as the starting place to visit some of the worlds most well known and beautiful mountain towns in the Swiss Alps.
The Essentials Lucerne, along with Interlaken are part of the Golden Tour, which means both cities tend to be busy with tourists and tour groups. So make sure you do…
Zurich is a world-class city with great outdoor swimming, fabulous shopping and a casual way about it.
Located just a few minutes south of the main city of Hamburg, HafenCity is a vibrant and exciting area with gorgeous architecture stretching many styles and generations. Old brick buildings that were previously warehouses for shipping now occupied by residences and offices now sit next to brand new glass and concrete structures with the same.
Vancouver is a welcoming and energetic place full of surprises and adventure. Start or end your exploration of British Columbia in Vancouver.
The capital and largest city in Ukraine, visiting Kiev offers a tremendous amount of culture, food and shopping to offer in a unique cityscape.
Unlike Warsaw which was destroyed during the war, Krakow remained essentially untouched by the hand of destruction. The Old Town and all it has to offer from shops, cafes and restaurants can easily take up a big chunk of your time in Krakow, but don’t forget to visit Auschwitz.
This was my first destination in Poland and I wasn’t sure what to expect. I think in my head I saw images of a still-communist country with buildings in disrepair and people that don’t speak any English.To my delight the complete opposite was true. The people were friendly, spoke English wonderfully and so much of the city was clean (very clean) and shiny.
On the evening of the 25th of April, 1986 workers at the Chernobyl power plant in the Soviet Union, now Northern Ukraine, and Southern Belarus, shut off the safety protocols to run tests in an effort to increase the efficiency of the No. 4 reactor. What the got instead was the largest nuclear accident in history that Ukraine is tasked with cleaning and controlling to this day.
Located in Northern Germany, the ancient port city of Hamburg has a long and illustrious history going back to the 9th Century. Canals, bridges and harbour-esque architecture dot the city, especially in the southern parts of Hafencity.