Ireland’s Ring of Kerry

Mention Ireland to anyone and it conjures up verdant hills, crashing waves, and vertical cliffs melting into the sunset. The Ring of Kerry, on the southwestern side of the country, is one of the most picturesque corners of the Emerald Isle, and with good reason. The waters are crystal clear, the hills are a vibrant…

Two Days in Edinburgh

Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital and largest city, is a bustling, cosmopolitan city. The Royal Mile, the main tourist strip that runs from Edinburgh Castle down to Holyrood Palace teems with locals, students, and tourists alike, each hurrying along the cobblestoned streets. There is plenty to do in this northern European capital, from viewing the Crown Jewels…

5 Things to do in Glasgow – Scotland

While Glasgow, Scotland may live in the shadow of its more well-known rival, Edinburgh, it certainly shines brighter than the capital.  But, Glasgow has not always been the jewel in Scotland’s crown.  For much of the 20th Century, it was a run-down, rough and tumble city with an industrial background and a high murder rate. …

Italy’s Best Kept Secrets

Let’s be honest. With almost 80 million visitors in 2015 alone, it seems everyone has discovered Italy. The country is the second most visited in the world (behind France) and the second highest tourist earner. The city of Rome alone welcomes anywhere between 7 and 10 million tourists every year. So it’s safe to say…

Free Things to Do in London

London is on everyone’s bucket list but it’s also notorious for being especially expensive. Travelers spend a lot of time budgeting their trip to this incredibly vibrant city to make sure they can get the most out of their hard-earned money. But we’ve got some good news for you: there are plenty of things you…