The Travelbunny

Authentic travel, food & adventure for the over 45s

Seeking cool, quirky, & unique experiences

Sharing travel tips, guides & itineraries

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About

Welcome to The Travelbunny, a travel blog for the over 45s who love authentic travel, culinary encounters and memorable experiences.

I share in-depth features covering cool destinations and memorable experiences with travel guides, itineraries and practical advice to help you plan your perfect trip.

Whether you’re planning a city break to Copenhagen, a Colorado Road Trip or adventures in the UK I’m here to help you create your next amazing travel experience.

Read more about me or dive straight into destinations and start planning your next adventure.

Suzanne Jones, The Travelbunny

Latest  Posts…

A Visit to Graham’s Port Cellar, Porto

A Visit to Graham’s Port Cellar, Porto

A visit to one of Porto's top Port Cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia to find about Port's origins in the Douro Valley, how it was invented, how it's made, how it's aged and most importantly what Port tastes like!
A Porto Photo Tour

A Porto Photo Tour

Porto is one of Europe's prettiest cities, resting on the river Douro it's straddled by six bridges. Buildings are decorated in beautiful blue and white azelejo tiles and painted in shades of daffodil yellow and ox-blood red. Let me take you on a Porto photo tour.
My Top Five New York Views

My Top Five New York Views

In pictures - My five favourite iconic views of New York from Brooklyn Bridge to the avenue of trees in Central Park and Downtown Manhattan to Grand Central Terminal.
Vegas Kitsch and the Neon Boneyard

Vegas Kitsch and the Neon Boneyard

A tour of The Neon Museum and Boneyard, Las Vegas to check out the vintage neon signs which once illuminated down town Vegas and seduced weary travellers into its hotels, motels, bars and casinos. As well as getting up close and personal to these vintage Vegas signs there are tales of the early Vegas hotels and the characters that used them.

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