With the end of the latestt lockdown just about in sight, Jonathan Tonge wrote about 5 more destinations for a UK holiday whilst international travel is still difficult during the summer.
Want a holiday that is guaranteed to not break the bank? You’ll find Prague is just the spot – Here are different places to visit that cost next to nothing!
with (hopefully) staycations on the way and hotels looking likely to be booked up as soon as they’re available, I hope this guide gives you a little insight into an alternative method of holidaying that’s great for a night or two away if you aren’t the biggest camping fan.
Jonathan Tonge writes about wild camping and scenic driving, discussing how idealistic home travelling can become, with special shout outs to Scottish landmarks.
Following on from our city breaks article, you might have a hankering for all things Roman. Luckily, those guys didn’t hang about and have left their traces all over Europe. Here’s a few of my quick picks for Rome at Home, places where you can see Roman remains without breaking UK lockdown restrictions.
The world doesn’t always have to be an expense, and when we visited Budapest, this was no exception. Heather Dalgleish talks money saving tips from her trip to Budapest
Whilst it’s important to stay home and drive infections down right now, an end is in sight with the rollout of a vaccine in many countries. So what will we do with our newfound freedom when it finally arrives, this spring, summer or the next? Here are 3 of my favourite cities I’ve visited and what I recommend doing there.
Though travel is impossible right now, Aine Donnellan and Nela Cadi managed a quick jaunt from their Stirling base to the Ochil Hills in Dollar, Clackmannanshire before Scottish lockdown intensified. Read the beautiful story of their day here.
We’ll travel again – when it’s safe to do so. When we’re sure to get some means of transport back. When an awfully long quarantine period isn’t awaiting. We’ll certainly go when it’s safe to do so, but then maybe we can rethink our classic travel destinations.
We’re all getting used to the familar phrases, “tiers,”, “lockdowns” and “social distancing.” What about the venues in limbo that need our support to get through the current crisis? Here’s a rundown of some cultural destinations that need help.