The Guinness Storehouse is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Ireland as well as one of the most visited sites in all of Europe. Last year saw over 1.7 million visitors from around the world pass through the doors of the famous storehouse at St. James’ Gate Brewery in Dublin. But is it really worth all the hype? And do you need to be a fan of the black stuff to enjoy it? The following guide will tell you everything you need to know about the site and then you can make you're own mind up. So keep reading to find out.
The Puente Nuevo bridge is just one of the highlights you’ll find on a day trip to Ronda. The most famous of the white villages of Andalucía has lots to offer.
Looking for street art is a popular activity when exploring a new city. In Santander you'll find many examples, which are included in this street art tour of the city.
One of the highlights of Africa, these are the best places to see the big 5 while on safari in Southern Africa. Including which animals to look out for and where are the best national parks.
You can’t get much further south than Ushuaia. Situated at the bottom of South America in the region of Tierra del Fuego, the very south of Patagonia, it’s the last port of call before heading to the South Pole. However, visiting Ushuaia is not just for those dreaming of following in the footsteps of Scott and Amundsen, as there’s more to the town than just a final calling point before travelling to Antarctica.(more…)
One of the most popular destinations in Patagonia is the Perito Moreno Glacier. Located in the south-west of the region, it’s one of the most popular attractions in Patagonia, and for good reason. Perito Moreno Glacier is both impressive and stunning to look at, either from a distance or up close. It’s over 5km at its widest point and an incredible 30km in length. The glacier is actually growing too. Unlike the majority of glaciers around the world, Perito Moreno is still advancing.(more…)
I always like to try new things when I travel and surfing was high up on my list of things to do. The first time was in Australia in the Town of 1770, pretty much the smallest place I’ve ever been. They offer the cheapest 3-hour surf class in Australia, but because of that they regularly have upwards of 15 people trying to surf. In a group that big it’s difficult to get into any kind of rhythm or receive any help from the instructor. Having said that I’ve never had so much fun doing something I was so bad at. I was eager to give it another go and on my recent trip to southern Africa I got my second chance.(more…)
One of my favourite places I visited in South America was the small town of El Chaltén. It’s located in the south of Patagonia, close to the Chilean border, in a truly stunning area. Many people visit for hiking and there are some incredible walks to take in. The main highlights are Mount Fitzroy and Laguna de los Tres, one of the best one-day hikes anywhere in the world.(more…)
If you have just one week in Argentina then Patagonia is the perfect location. And for the best place to start in Patagonia look no further than San Carlos de Bariloche, commonly known as simply Bariloche. Part of the Patagonia Lake District, it is ideally located to start any Patagonia adventure. Bariloche, in the north of the region, functions as a gateway to Patagonia in Argentina and Chile.(more…)