The Ultimate Belgium Guide

In our last blog post (Make the Best of Your Eurail Benelux Pass) we told you which cities to visit in Benelux. Now let’s go into more detail and we are starting off with Belgium!

Where to stay? GHENT

 

 

When travelling to Belgium,… more>

May 3rd
Posted by sara vanhandenhove in Europe,Tips

Brighton & Hove: Seaside Retro

By: Dacia Popescu

Seaside Retro is the description that comes to mind when I think of Brighton, now Brighton and Hove; a coastal town in southern England, and only about 1 hour by train from London. Its close proximity to the city makes Brighton an enjoyable… more>

Jul 15th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,United Kingdom

A Traveler in Theatreland

By: Dacia Popescu

One thing that is a ‘must-do’ while visiting London is seeing British culture come to life by going to a musical or a play in one of the West End Theatres.  My favorites are:

The Phantom of the Opera, a Gothic-romantic tragedy musical composed… more>

Jul 15th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,United Kingdom

Monuments and History on the streets of Chester

By Laura Orange, travelocafe.com

Chester is the perfect mix of old and new. It features incredible treasures that came together throughout its 2,000 years of history. From the 2-mile long Roman red-brick wall, the medieval cathedral, the galleried rows, the Elizabethan half-timbered houses to… more>

Aug 27th
Posted by Ruben in Contributors,United Kingdom

10 Christmas markets across Europe

Winter holidays in Europe are often associated with the spectacular Christmas markets. Stop by Berlin for complete immersion in a city with dozens of markets, opt for a family-oriented experience in Brussel’s or try out the local food in Budapest. Take advantage of the Eurail… more>

Dec 3rd
Posted by Ruben in Discounts,Europe

5 Spooky ghost tours in Britain : just in time for Halloween

Victims of a tragic fate, souls that cannot rest in peace, spirits roaming around in towns and castles… learn the stories of Britain’s notorious ghosts. This Halloween season, we look at 5 walks and tours that will have you shaking in your boots, so grab your more>

Oct 29th
Posted by Ruben in United Kingdom

Travel Back in Time to Medieval England: Norwich

By Marilyn Jones

Train travel has made a day away from London an easy proposition for travelers based in the capital city. One city you might like to consider is Norwich, the most complete medieval city in England with the largest intact medieval street pattern in… more>

May 22nd
Posted by Ruben in Contributors,United Kingdom

Family holidays in Devon

With summer quickly approaching, this is be the perfect time to grab a BritRail South West Pass and head for the region of Devon where you will find a number of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Here are our suggestions of events… more>

May 3rd
Posted by Ruben in United Kingdom

Day Trips from Barcelona

Day trip destinations outside of Barcelona

The city of Barcelona is famous for the unique architecture at the heart of Barcelona. Dating back to roman and medieval days, the town squares, mansions and churches of the Gothic Quarter coexist in high contrast with the the playful… more>

May 3rd
Posted by Ruben in Europe,Spain

Three reasons to visit: Cardiff

Cardiff serves as both the capital and the largest city in Wales, placing it at the center of the most important region in the country. The storied Cardiff castle, the eccentric Dr. Who Experience and the Wales Millennium Centre are part of what makes… more>

Jan 29th
Posted by Ruben in United Kingdom
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