The old harbour at Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik

Game of Thrones fans will already know Dubrovnik even if they don’t realise it. Because despite hundreds of years of colourful – and at times, tragic – history, Dubrovnik is known to many people only as a well-used location for Read more »

Sunset, Tanah Lot Temple, Bali

Bali

The Indonesian Island of Bali holds a special place for many young international travellers, especially those from Australia and New Zealand because of its proximity, but also for visitors from Europe. For many, Bali is almost a rite of passage. Read more »

Catherine Palace, Pushkinskiy

Catherine Palace

One of the grandest royal residences in the world, the Catherine Palace is a stunning reminder of the pomp and grandeur of the Russian Romanov dynasty. Almost completely destroyed by the Nazis during World War II, over more than fifty Read more »

Saint-Chely-du-Tarn

Saint-Chely-du-Tarn

One of the most fairytale-like villages in the Gorges du Tarn would have to be Saint-Chely-du-Tarn. Nestled on the steep banks of the Tarn river in southern France, clinging onto and between the rocky outcrops of the gorge, Saint-Chely-du-Tarn has Read more »

Villa Borghese

Villa Borghese and the Borghese Gardens

After climbing the Spanish Steps and checking out the Trinita’ de Monti church, take a short walk to the north-west along the Piazza della Trinita dei Monti and enjoy the marvellous Borghese Gardens. These are the second largest gardens in Read more »

The columns of a rich merchant's atrium

Pompeii

Pompeii is one of those very, very special destinations. It’s not the only archeological dig in the world that ordinary people can walk through, but it is one of the very few such places where you can really feel a Read more »

The Ponte Vecchio

Florence

If Leonardo himself had wanted to design the most romantic, beautiful example of renaissance italy, he could have done no better than the magical city of Florence. For the modern traveller, Florence is both a journey back in time to Read more »

Gondolas on the Grand Canal

Venice

With a reputation for being the world’s most romantic city, Venice has a lot to live up to. Maybe it’s because of those high expectations that some visitors report disappointment. But as far as Teddy is concerned, Venice is one Read more »



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  • The old harbour at Dubrovnik, Croatia Dubrovnik- Game of Thrones fans will already know Dubrovnik even if they don’t realise it. Because despite hundreds of years of colourful – and at times, tragic – history, Dubrovnik is known to many people only as a well-used location for the HBO series. This new notoriety has only increased Dubrovnik’s allure, and the historic port is
  • Split, Croatia Split- Croatia has become an incredibly popular travel destination in the last couple of decades, and few cities have embraced the change with as much gusto as the beautiful harbour-side city of Split. With its old Roman buildings, incredible scenery and stunning facilities, if you enjoy history, luxury and natural beauty, then Split should certainly be
  • Sunset, Tanah Lot Temple, Bali Bali- The Indonesian Island of Bali holds a special place for many young international travellers, especially those from Australia and New Zealand because of its proximity, but also for visitors from Europe. For many, Bali is almost a rite of passage. It can be a crazy, action-packed, fun-filled adventure, or a quiet relaxing escape. The choice