Destinations

Should You Travel with a Baby

For the first few months of your new baby's life you should probably refrain from too much traveling especially air travel. Babies need consistent attention between feedings and diaper changes so it would be wise to keep the little one at home. According to a baby article, once your baby reaches about three months of age you can start thinking about taking him or her on short trips. You should enjoy your travels with your little one before they start to crawl and walk because once they start

Lisbon for a weekend

Photo courtesy of http://www.ippar.pt/ The vibrant capital of Lisbon is known for its vibrant arts and cultural attractions, unique hilly landscape and stunning architecture, and is a wonderful place to visit for a mini break or extended luxury vacation. The old and new worlds combine together in this European gem as you take a ride in the delightfully antiquated yellow trams past world-renowned street art and colourful murals, and makes for a truly memorable trip. Here are a few things you

How to plan a trip to the USA

Planning an adventure to America in the near future? One of the world's highest profile nations, the USA is filled with exciting cities, epic natural landscapes, and friendly and hospitable people. However, one can't just pack their bags and hop on the first jet to New York City. Here's what you need to when planning a trip to the USA... Apply for a ESTA Visa Waiver First and foremost, travel to America for many nationalities means that you'll have to secure an ESTA visa waiver before

4 things you need to do in Lisbon

Lisbon is truly a great location for a holiday. With Mediterranean temperatures and all the amenities you can expect from a bustling European city, you can’t go wrong with a trip to Portugal's capital. Let’s look at some of the more quirky activities you could find yourself doing when you consider all the things you need to do in Lisbon. Ride on the Elevador de Santa Justa   The only vertical street lift in Lisbon (and perhaps one of only a few in the world), the Elevador de

What to see in Vietnam

With Thailand getting one to death by many tourists, travelers have been looking for the next big destination in Southeast Asia. Many have settled on Vietnam, as much of this country resembled Thailand more than a generation ago. Indeed, many areas have yet to be spoiled by mass tourism, and lower prices and genuine interactions with locals bear this out. As far as planning is concerned, there are many suitable Vietnam multi centre holiday itineraries out there, but make sure they include