Welcome to Europe

Europe is home to a range of different people, landscapes, and weather. From the sunny beaches of Barcelona, to the snow-capped mountains of the Swiss Alps – there’s something for everyone in Europe. The majority of the 50 countries use the Euro and are part of the European Union.

Kimberlee Oo

Kimberlee's five très cool things to do in Paris that you won’t find in any guidebook. From brunch by a personal chef to a floating hotel, there will be a few surprises!

Kimberlee Oo

When I booked my ticket to Mallorca, I was imagining sublime white sand beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters and a bronzed version of myself, sipping fruity sangria and snacking on patatas bravas. And yes, while all of this is possible in Mallorca, there are also lots of high-rise resorts and all-inclusive package hotels. Which is fine if you’re looking for an easy, hassle-free, all-you-can-eat-and-drink holiday, but I was after something a little more authentic.

Pia Marsh

Discover the best food and hidden treasures of Copenhagen only locals know.

By Pia Marsh

Over the past eight centuries, Oxford has educated some of the world’s brightest minds, but there is so much more to the city than its history and feverish academia.

By Kimberlee Oo

As an Aussie living in Paris, Kimberly has some hot tips on where to get the best Aussie-inspired brunch.

Pia Marsh

Break free from the usual tourist experiences and check out Denmark's thriving festival scene - a huge part of the nation's summer traditions.

Jessica Valentine

Ahhh, Paris. The city of love. When thinking of where we should spend our anniversary during our travels through Europe, there was clearly no other choice then to spend it in Paris. 

Kimberlee Oo

A non-beer drinker's guide to enjoying a weekend in beautiful Dublin.

Lisa Owen

Nice, St Tropez and Cannes are all lovely cities to visit, but to really immerse yourself in the beauty of the south of France you should head a little more east.

Pia Marsh

St. Petersburg captured my attention right from the moment I watched Anastasia as a little girl. Despite brimming with glitz and glamour, the former Russian capital has not always been like a scene from a Disney movie.

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