Category: Europe

The Boy Who Fell From The Sky

Time travel is the new long-haul: Interview with futurist author Jule Owen (The Boy Who Fell From The Sky) about the future of travel

Ever wondered what the future of travel might look like? All first class and no cattle, shorter flight timesĀ and as much carry-on as you want? Sure! Or perhaps, think of the advances in technology and how they will shape the way we travel, or how climate change will affect those places you’ve already crossed off your bucket listĀ and practically make… Read more →


Exploring Madeira: things to do in Funchal

When holidaying on Madeira, chances are you will be staying in Funchal, as it is the most developed part of the island in terms of tourism. Cruise ships dock at its port on a daily basis, on their routes between Portugal, the Canary Islands and north Africa. Although Madeira certainly isn’t famous for being a party island packed with the… Read more →

oslo opera

Travel photo: Oslo Opera House in the winter

The Oslo Opera House (Operahuset in Norwegian) is situated right at the head of the Oslo fjord, in central Oslo’s neighbourhood of Bjorvika. It is certainly one of Norway’s most iconic buildings, and even if you are not a fan of opera in general, this icon is definitely worth a visit. The modernist building, which houses the Norwegian National Opera… Read more →

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Great London walking tours: Regent’s Canal walk

Doing the Regent’s Canal walk is one of London’s best kept secrets. Especially visitors who have seen the main “must-do” sights, like Big Ben, Buckingham Palace or the London Eye, who would like to get to know London a little bit more from a local angle than a touristy one, will find this a very varied and rewarding route to… Read more →

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