Cruising on the Romantic Danube

By Saul Schwartz Imagine yourself sitting on a cruise ship, glass of wine in one hand and your hubby’s in the other. Watching the scenery go by in a serene, tranquil fashion. Waking up to new adventures and explorations in yet another wonderful place. Going on a cruise is not a necessarily a Caribbean endeavor.…

Vintage Steam Train rides in Wales

A panting steam locomotive, hissing its way through a dense oak forest, traversing valleys and clinging to the mountain sides while offering spectacular views of a scenic nature. That is one of the best ways to take in the wonderful Welsh countryside. Or at least the most luxurious. Hop on board with us on a…

Morris – A must for ‘Sea-Foodies’

By Fabiolla Loureiro – www.fabiollaloureiro.com Ah Madrid! One of Europe’s best gastronomy capitals. Travel within the villages of Spain and you will find that each has its own speciality. Travel to Madrid and you will find all flavours from Spain. In Madrid, eating is important. It’s one of life’s premium pleasures. Meaning, a social event…

London 1 Week City Guide

By Saul Schwartz Royal Palaces, political attractions, historic churches, Jewish legacy, world-class museums and quintessential British institutions. There are many reasons to visit the capital of the British Empire: London. America-based Saul Schwartz puts us in the passenger’s seat on his well-choreographed visit to this diversified metropolis, that leaves you spoiled for choice. Sit back…

Hiking the Highlands

The Scottish highlands offers some of the best adventures for lovers of the outdoors. From the contrasted Cairngorms National Park in the east to the bleak beauty of Isle of Skye in the west, the National Parks of Scotland is pure nature. And just now, in the glorious autumn, when the sun pierces the golden…

Top12 Free Things To Do in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is a wonderful city to explore if you’re an architecture buff, pub crawler, Harry Potter fan, history nerd or art lover. It’s filled with Victorian splendour and medieval gloom, a young crowd (among many tourists, we may add), green gardens and lots of atmosphere. It’s said to be the city in the world with…

Berlin 1 Week City Guide

By Saul Schwartz Follow in the footsteps of America-based Saul Schwartz and his family as they learn what the capital of Germany has to offer. From free walking tours to a day in the museums, Saul suggests an exhaustive itinerary of Berlin’s finest attractions. Whether you want to dig deeper into the Jewish legacy of…