Paris on a Budget

Paris is not the cheapest place in the world to visits, it’s true, but if you want to spend some time in the City of Light then you don’t have to break the bank to do it. Whilst you might have to make a few compromises with the view from your hotel window, and you [...]

Top 5 Olympic Inspired Holidays

Many of us are still buzzing from the Olympics, having backed athletes and been glued to our televisions for 3 weeks solid. Following that we’ve now got the Paralympics to keep us occupied as we cling onto this great British sporting summer! Play homage to London 2012 by visiting one of these wonderful destinations. Ready, [...]

Best Shopping Cities in Europe

Shopping mini-breaks are the perfect choice for a girl’s weekend away. You can enjoy a change of scenery, while still enjoying some hardcore shopping action – often with the chance to pick up items that you wouldn’t find on your local high street. So with this in mind, where is the best place to head? [...]

Well-Travelled Tastebuds: Paris

Paris has to be one of the most revered foodie destinations in the world. The French certainly take their food seriously, and a trip to Paris should be nothing less than a gastronomic experience. If only the best will do, then you simply must get a table at L’Astrance at 4 Rue Beethoven. This three [...]

A Summer on the French Riviera

Whilst the French Riviera might seem to be something of an out of reach destination unless you have a Coutts bank account or the loan of P Diddy’s yacht for the summer, there’s actually a lot to see and do in this part of France – no matter whether you’ve got a budget of five hundred Euros or five [...]

5 European Resorts for the Experienced Off-piste Skier

We may be entering the summer months but lets face it – you wouldn’t know it from looking outside… and beleve it or not, the ski season is only a few short months away (sorry!). However, what do you do when the Black Runs no longer thrill you and you’re keen to hone your skiing [...]

Allez France! – Visit France in 2012

Last night The Artist was the first-ever French film to get the top prize at the 84th Academy Awards in Los Angeles. The French movie made by a French director barely known outside his country, triumphed over works by US heavyweights Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, and Terrence Malick. Yet it was not only [...]