From exquisite gardens to grand architecture and one that you can even canoe under, here are some of the best castles in Loire Valley, France.
Wine tasting, cycling on an eBike, kayaking and sleeping in a chateau are among the fun things to do in France’s picturesque Vallée du Loir.
Quiet, colourful St Luke’s Mews is tucked away in London’s affluent Notting Hill neighbourhood, and is the thing Instagram dreams are made of.
Orléans features whitewashed facades, a bustling town centre that never feels too busy and a lively waterfront, making it a popular stop in the Loire Valley.
Château de Chenonceau in the Loire Valley is one of France’s most popular castles, and it turns out you can canoe right under it! Here’s how.
Pastel palaces, moorish castles and lavish estates with secret tunnels waterfalls are just some of the treasures found in the enchanting town of Sintra, Portugal.
From cool art districts and viewpoints, to where to find the best pastel de nata, fado music and port, here’s how to plan the perfect trip to Lisbon.
From quaint Notting Hill to regal Buckingham Palace and its famous neighbour Big Ben, here’s how to see London’s top sights in just two days.
Portugal’s Algarve has some of Europe’s best beaches, mostly around Lagos. From Ponte da Piedade to famous Praia Dona Ana, here are the area’s top sights.
Norway’s scenic treasures include vibrant fjords that burst out of the shimmering sea, towering waterfalls and a front row seat to the epic northern lights.