Rethinking Tourism - What Impact is Our Travel Having?

In December last year, the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks, increased its entry fee in an effort to bring down the number of visitors. The 365-year-old mausoleum had been

Walking the Camino: Tricks, Tips and Tales

The Camino de Santiago is one of the most challenging yet rewarding experiences an individual can embark upon. Originally undergone for religious and spiritual purposes, the Camino now welcomes an

Travel Isn’t All Plane Sailing: How to Keep Yourself Protected in Booking Mishaps

At the end of March Icelandic Budget airline WoW Air dramatically crashed out of the trading market and ceased operations, in an exit so unplanned and chaotic it puts Brexit to shame. Passengers in

So You Want to be an Erasmus Student?

Students have the opportunity when they’re in college to go on an Erasmus which is a European Union student exchange programme. It’s a chance for students to go abroad and experience a

New Restaurant Allows Guests to Dine With the Fishes

Europe’s first underwater restaurant allows guests to spend four hours dining on the seabed of the North Sea. The restaurant, named Under, was built by the architecture company Snøchetta at the

Struggling to Decide Who to Travel With? Here’s Some Advice.

Let me begin by being completely honest: I am a terrible traveller. I love flying, I adore a ferry, but in terms of actually exploring a country or being a tourist, I am absolutely useless. I have