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  • 30 thrilling theme parks and water parks perfect for summer fun

    The summer holidays are now in full swing, and with them the chance to spin, soar, and splash at theme parks and water parks all over Europe. We’ve curated 30 indoor and outdoor entertainment venues sure to up the ante when it comes to family fun, together…

  • 8 awesome (and unexpected) places to see in the New Year

    If you’re tempted by a last-minute New Year’s Eve getaway this season, we’ve rounded up a few places you may not have considered, all of them welcoming in the New Year in style. Read about both traditional and modern ways to celebrate the end of 2016 and s…

  • Child Friendly Holidays

    Taking the whole family on holiday is always an unforgettable experience, looked back upon with real pleasure, despite the experience of taking kids on holiday often seeming more work than it is at home! However, with a little thought, taking the kids on h…

  • Shopping Holidays

    Shopping holidays, especially during the Christmas holidays, are becoming hugely popular, from global fashion centres to duty free technological hotbeds. The huge allure of special shopping break sleekly combined with a cultural city break is just too much…

  • Amsterdam King’s Day

    If there’s only one thing I could say about Amsterdam’s King’s Day, it’s that it is very, very orange. Thankfully, I’ve more than enough room to introduce you to this delightful Dutch event, formerly known as Queen’s Day because, well, they celebrated a Q…

  • Amsterdam National Restaurant Week

    Historically a nation of traders, building their wealth by traversing the seven seas, the Dutch are as fond of their food as they are of their rich cultural heritage. Their seafaring golden age of the 17th century not only introduced Europe to a panoply of…

  • Amsterdam's Open Monuments Day

    Every year, Amsterdam’s Open Monuments Day flings open the doors of – well, Amsterdam’s monuments. But these aren’t just any old monuments – these are important buildings dripping in the grand details of history and heritage, usually closed to the public …

  • Big Rugby Tournament 2015

    The scene is set for a memorable sporting spectacle this autumn, as the world’s finest rugby players lock horns at venues across England and Wales. As well as the eagerly anticipated games, there’s plenty to appreciate off the pitch too, as the tournament’…

  • Brazil Events and Festivals

    Whether celebrating their cuisine and culture, marking the anniversary of a religious date, or donning elaborate costumes for street-side revelry, the Brazilians know how to party! Indeed, events and festivals take place year-round throughout Brazil, and a…

  • Burns night in Edinburgh

    Although born in Ayrshire, Robert Burns made his way to Edinburgh in 1786 at the age of 27. A year later, Scotland’s national poet saw the Edinburgh edition of Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish dialect published. If you’re thinking about celebrating Burns Nig…