Like many major cities, 72 hours in St Petersburg will only let you scratch its surface. As you’d expect of a former capital there is an incredible amount to see and an awful lot of history to soak up. Founded
If you are looking for a base in the North of Portugal then Porto is a great place to start. As you’d expect of the country’s second-largest city, there are a great many things to see and do in Porto.
Lisbon, the 3rd sunniest city in Europe, has a yearly average of 2799 hours of sunshine. It has UNESCO sites both in the city and nearby. Famous barrios and ancient monuments are within easy walking distance of each other. Iconic
If cultural UNESCO sites are your thing, then mainland Portugal has much to offer. Central Portugal offers you three, all within easy reach of each other. The UNESCO sites are the monasteries of Alcobaça and Batalha and the Convent of
Hoi An South of Da Nang is Hoi An. This beautiful, UNESCO World Heritage Site has to be a contender for the most attractive town in Vietnam. A port town in years gone by and frequently flooded by the Thu
Hue From 1802-1945 Hue was the Imperial capital of Vietnam. You can fly there from Hanoi in just over an hour or if you’re on a limited budget it’s a backside numbing 13 hours by bus or train. This UNESCO
Arriving in Hanoi Arriving at Hanoi International Airport does not prepare you for the city. It lulls you into a false sense of order and serenity. If you’ve organised your visa online beforehand you can sail through immigration and quickly
48 hours in Bratislava? Where’s that then? The capital city of a country few people could place on a map, let alone name the city, offers a great weekend getaway. Don’t however expect to spend a Monday mooching around a