County Donegal

Few visitors to Ireland make it as far north as County Donegal. Wild, rugged, and remote, Donegal attracts only the hardiest travelers. It’s Ireland wild child, an independent county that shies away from the traditional Irish tourism schemes. The county consists mostly of fishing villages, such as Killybegs, a once-thriving village that now sees half…

The Outer Hebrides: a rugged west coast

The Outer Hebrides lie only 30 miles off the northwest coast of Scotland, a 130-mile long island chain stretching from Butt of Lewis to Vatersay.  With a population of around 28,000 people across over 15 inhabited islands, it’s not a crowded place.  In fact, few visitors to Scotland even get there.  The islands are a…

Croatia for Game of Thrones Fans

The Game of Thrones television show is one of the largest productions the small screen has seen. Each season is filmed on-location in multiple countries simultaneously including Northern Ireland, Malta, Iceland, Morocco and many other enchanting places. For years, however, the production team and cast have spent the vast majority;of their time shooting in Croatia.…

Lisbon

The city is surrounded with Gothic cathedrals, majestic monasteries and quaint museums which altogether make for the colourful cityscape. The city is one of the world’s greatest historical cities. The must visit places in Lisbon are Jeronimos Monastery, Belem Tower are both built in 1500s world heritage site. The St. Geroge’s Castle gives a bird…