Malaga is probably better known for being the gateway to the Costa del Sol but the city also has a traditionally Spanish side to it with depth, character and a history which is well-worth exploring.
I went back to New York City for the first time in 18 years and discovered some changes, new attractions and re-discovered some old favourites. There’s so much to see that won’t cost you a dime so here’s my favourites, in no particular order, via Instagram – one of my favourite social media platforms.
A guide to visiting the High Line in NYC. Everything you need to know about visiting this unique elevated park that takes in public art, planting, architecture and industrial history.
How to get from Pisa Centrale Station to the Leaning Tower of Pisa including a handy map. What to see on the way and where to get the best gelato…
A few hours in Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is such a tease but it was all I had. Just enough time to catch a fleeting glimpse of the city that pays homage to the Renaissance; a living showcase of art, history and architecture but no time to dig deeper or step inside a museum or gallery. Join me on a mini-tour of photogenic Florence.
What to see and do in Bruges at Christmas for that warm festive feeling. From horse and carriage rides and Christmas markets to medieval towers, chocolates shops and breweries full of Belgian beer.
A cruise stop at the honey-coloured city of Valletta and a morning’s photo tour of Malta’s capital city, the harbour and waterside
Aya Sofya, Hagia Sophia or, in English, Church of the Divine Wisdom, is a mighty structure defining the heart and soul of Istanbul. If you only have time to visit one sight in Istanbul this is it.
The Red Light District area of De Wallen is actually one of the oldest and prettiest areas of Amsterdam but along with the city’s coffee shops, it has an altogether different side.