Articles tagged with: destination-of-the-week
The medieval city of Durham is set to be transformed into a kaleidoscope of dazzling colour this weekend, with the launch of the annual Lumiere Light Festival.
The Day of the Dead festival (Día de Muertos) held in Southern Mexico on November 1st and 2nd – is one of the most iconic celebrations in the world.
In honour of National Chocolate Week next week, from October 14th – 20th, we’re focusing on Brussels – one of the most famous chocolate capitals of the world.
Why we’re loving Munich this week…
Why we’re loving Yorkshire this week:
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may have been dominating Ecuador-related news stories in recent months, but now the South American country is hitting the headlines for an exciting new reason – the discovery a brand new mammal.
This weekend Bristol will play host to Europe’s largest ballooning event, The Bristol Balloon Fiesta, from August 8th to 11th 2013.
Why we’re loving Nova Scotia this week: Whale watching season has begun in Atlantic Canada and each summer thousands of British visitors head to the region to see more than 21 species of whales transform the coastline into a playground for the ocean giants.
Here's why we're loving Bournemouth this week… Britain has been basking in glorious sunshine and soaring temperatures over the past two weeks and when it does actually get hot here, there’s nothing Britons love more than hitting the beach.
Not only are all sports-fans’ eyes on France this week as the Tour de France reaches its halfway point towards its exciting finale in Paris, but the country is set to celebrate Bastille Day this Sunday July 14th.
Our destination of the week this week is Calgary in Alberta, Canada in celebration of the upcoming Calgary Stampede held annually on the first Friday after Canada Day.
Zambia is known for being one of the best safari destinations in Africa as well as home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World – the roaring Victoria Falls.
It may be summer on our shores, but Queenstown is counting down the days until the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest winter celebration, taking place later this month.
Here’s why we’re loving Hawaii this week… Tomorrow, June 8, is World Ocean’s Day and no place on earth is perhaps more in tune with the ocean and its creatures than the islands of Hawaii.
Prepare to see Sydney in a brand new light this week…
Next week marks the beginning of The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival, one of the most prestigious – and glamorous – events of the year.
Why we’re loving Alaska this week:
Why we’re loving Amsterdam this week:
Why we’re loving Fiji this week:
Why we're loving Arashiyama, Kyoto, this week:
If you’re heading to Thailand’s bustling capital next week, prepare to get soaked as the Thais celebrate the new year with a splash…
Why we’re loving India this week:
Why we're loving Dublin this week:
Spain knows how to throw a party and none is more colourful and spectacular than Las Fallas in Valencia in March, renowned as being Europe’s largest street party. Attracting over three million visitors a year, revellers descend on the city to enjoy the extravagant fallas displays, round-the-clock festivities, fireworks and open-air music concerts.
Today is St. David’s Day – one of the most important dates in the Welsh calendar – when Wales celebrates its patron Saint, Dewi Sant or St David, who died on March 1st 589AD.