Category: City Breaks

The 20 Very Best Things to Do in Tallinn, Estonia


1. Walk Through Viru Gate 2. Wander Old Town 3. Take a Free Walking Tour 4. Explore With the Tallinn Card 5. Wander Down Katariina käik 6. Get Your Hangover Cure at Europe’s Oldest Pharmacy 7. Have Coffee at Master’s Courtyard 8. Visit Tallinn Town Hall 9. Enjoy a Drink in the Town Square 10. Visit Freedom Square 11. Visit Alexander Nevsky Cathedral 12. Visit the Domed Church 13. Admire the Views From the Viewing Platforms 14. Visit Kiek in de Kök 15. Explore Balti Jaama Turg Market 16. Get Hipster at Creative City 17. Wonder at Tallinn’s Art Scene 18. Visit Port Noblessner 19. Visit Lennusadam Maritime Museum 20. Climb the Crumbling Tallinna Linnahall

The 15 Best Things to Do in Gothenburg, Sweden


Things to do in Gothenburg 1.Gothenburg Museum of Arts 2.Universeum 3.Gothenburg Botanical Garden 4.Admire the Views from Skansen Kronan 5.Visit Haga 6.Stroll Trädgårdsföreningen & Palm House 7.Cycle the Harbour 8.Indulge in Swedish Fika 9.Visit Gothenburg City Museum 10.Wonder at Feskekörka 11.Escape the Urban Sprawl 12.Thrill Seek at Liseberg 13.Explore a Warship 14.Visit the Volvo Museum 15.Experience the Peace of Gothenburg Archipelago

A Year in Review 2021: Wrapping Up Our Trips & Achievements

-Year In Review 2021- We thought we’d put together a year in review 2021. It’s kind of travel-related but it’s about our lives as well as travel. You may not know the real ‘us’, so hopefully, this will shed some light on us, who we are, what we do and where we want to be […]

Athens

Athens…We travelled during the Covid-19 pandemic. Was it doomed from the start? We think not, and we took the risk of travel corridors being shut while we were overseas. It’s been a long time since we jumped on a plane. We returned from Lisbon on the 3rd January and haven’t been on a plane since…until now.

Wonderful Warsaw

What do you do when you have a free weekend off and a couple of days off the following week? You book a weekend break to wonderful Warsaw, of course! Our most spontaneous trip to date! I booked the flights in my lunch break on Friday afternoon and we flew at 0610 the follow morning. It just so happened Joel had a week off and I didn’t but after mentioning this to my boss he asked if I wanted a couple of days off, to which I said ‘yes’.