Are you looking for a break in Scotland's capital? Here are four interesting facts that will give you a bit of an insight into the romantic city of Edinburgh. Why is it called the Auld Reekie? Did King George IV were pink leggings? And why is there a half finished Greek temple on the top of Calton Hill? Click here to find out.
Italian cuisine is known and savoured throughout the world. From the delicious pasta sauces and the crisp stone-baked pizzas, to risotto and parmesan cheese and tasty cured ham, the country has it all. When in Italy, however, it’s worth noting that each region has its own distinct dishes and traditions and although you can find pizza and pasta throughout the country, knowing what the region you’re holidaying in does best, will bring out the best in flavours, and your taste buds will be forever grateful. ´
Scandinavia is more than just woolly jumpers, flat packs and thrilling crime dramas, and although lots of tourists make their way to the main cities of Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo each year, there are plenty of spots of sheer natural beauty hiding in plain sight across Scandinavia. From the greenery and flat landscapes of Denmark and southern Sweden, via the rocky fjords and vast forests of Norway and Sweden, to the snow-capped mountains, frozen sea and jaw-dropping Northern Lights of the Arctic north, this is a corner of the world adorned with gems of natural magnificence. Here are five of these that can be found across Southern Scandinavia.