Hip and happening, the city of Brighton is one of the UK’s favorite seaside resorts. Popular since the 1800’s as a destination for Londoners, today Brighton attracts visitors from all over the world for its unique attractions and vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Great shopping opportunities, dining for all budgets and tastes, a beach and promenade for coastal walks, and a historic pier for classic amusements are just a few of the things you can see and do while visiting Brighton, but there’s even more than this. Our top 10 things to do in Brighton will show you why this city is so popular.
Filled with gorgeous little bays of turquoise waters surrounded by pine-clad cliffs, Menorca is truly beautiful. The quieter alternative to its big brother, Majorca, Menorca, meaning the “smaller island”, attracts families and those looking for an escape from the typical nightlife and loud atmosphere that exists on some of Spain’s other islands. But this isn’t just a quiet beach destination, Menorca also has much to offer culture and history lovers too. We feature the best of this Balearic Island in our top 10 things to do in Menorca guide.
While Corfu is very much a Greek island, it’s easy to see the historical influences from the Venetians and British as you look around Corfu Town. Elsewhere the typical whitewashed Greek homes dot the rugged hillsides, while Corfu’s interior is lush and green with relatively untouched villages to explore. Great beaches and weather make this the ideal summer vacation destination, yet sophisticated architecture, museums, and ancient sites add so much more to this popular Greek island. If you’re looking for inspiration for your next vacation, our top 10 things to do in Corfu will have you booking your flights in no time!
Madeira’s warm Mediterranean climate makes this a great destination for beach holidays, yet this archipelago of four islands off the coast of Portugal is far from being just another beach destination. Full of breathtaking scenery, Madeira has amazing hiking opportunities across striking and sometimes rugged landscapes, or, if hiking is too much you can take a leisurely stroll through attractive gardens. Known for its numerous cable cars, no trip to Madeira is complete without taking at least one cable car ride, and it’s rich in culture too! Our top 10 things to do in Madeira gives you all the details of the islands’ best attractions.
Turin is a very elegant city, filled with stately buildings, grand boulevards, and attractive parks that some might say rival Paris. But with Turin, it’s only in more recent years that this city, the capital of the Piedmont region of Italy, has become a tourism hot spot for visitors from around the world. Turin is not just a place where you can wander along its streets and soak in its atmosphere; it’s the home city of the FIAT motor company, and it gave the world the first saleable hard chocolate. Come discover all that this appealing city has to offer, while enjoying the scenic backdrop of the snowy Alps. Our top 10 things to do in Turin will have you packing your bags, ready to go!
If you think that Malaga is ‘just another city on the Costa del Sol’, think again! Steeped in history and culture, Malaga is actually one of the oldest cities in the world and has far more to offer than beaches and bars. The birthplace of Pablo Picasso, Malaga today boasts many art museums and architectural sites, but it has many other faces too. If you want to relax on the beach one day, you can then spend another shopping and dining in the city’s excellent restaurants, and if the bar scene is your thing, enjoy endless evenings in Malaga’s many friendly bars. If you’re planning a visit, read on to discover our recommendations for the 10 best things to do in Malaga.