June 2016

Geographically, Iceland is one of the youngest countries in the world but its largest city and capital, Reykjavik, has been around since 874 AD with its first permanent Norse settlement. Now it’s considered one of the safest, greenest and cleanest cities in the world. The

Reykjavik, Iceland, sees far more visitors each year than the number of people who reside in the capital city, yet they’re all welcomes with open arms. These visitors know that it’s an exciting, unusual and stylish place to visit, filled with hot springs, scenery, shopping

A city of historic buildings and beer halls that is home to the original, and some say best, Oktoberfest in the world. Munich is the heart and soul of Bavaria, the third largest city in Germany, and an excellent place to come for a long

Beer halls, historic architecture, gardens, museums, palaces, cafes and nightclubs – in a nutshell this just about sums up all the great things you can see and do in Munich. The capital of Bavaria, Munich is a beautiful city surrounded by forests and flanked by

Naples has a lot going for it. It’s not only the third largest city in Italy, it’s also such a fun and vibrant place that other Italian cities may seem dull in comparison. And thanks to its prime location, when you visit Naples there are

Naples is loud, a little gritty, and overflowing with its own personality. While the traditional tourist sees it as a spot for pizza before heading elsewhere, independent travelers let the city share itself with admirers. Visitors to Naples who bring a keen eye and an

Kuala Lumpur is a city of contrasts. The Malaysian capital is a place where minarets meet skyscrapers, and where markets hum with the hustle and bustle of people. If you visit Kuala Lumpur you’ll get to experience these contrasts first hand. You can stroll through

Visit Kuala Lumpur and you’ll never be short of activities to keep you occupied. Home to the impressive Petronas Towers, one of the most famous images of the city and a must-visit attraction, Kuala Lumpur is more than just skyscrapers. From the tasty food of

Osaka is a major city in Japan which, over the years has been known mostly as a merchant city while today it’s an excellent shopping destination that has a diverse range of other attractions too. Shopping is definitely something that Osaka has embraced, and one

An interesting city with its own character, Osaka has plenty to do once you scratch the surface. Stroll down Hozenji Yokocho alley and take a break at one of the many eateries to be found there, and enjoy the impressive cherry blossom display at the