Step off the beaten path during your visit to Dublin with these great hidden gems. History nerds and art lovers will love these underrated yet captivating attractions that hide in the Irish capital.
My weekend trip to Glasgow was a real surprise. Often underrated, Scotland’s largest city, though not its capital, had a lot going on from free museums to a great food scene. A great city break destination for culture lovers.
The 1916 Easter Rising was a defining moment in Irish History acting as a catalyst for the Irish independence. Enlightening exhibitions and fascinating tours all around Dublin shed light on those dramatic events.
“My Goodness, My Guinness” said the famous advert of a beer that put Dublin on the map. The Guinness family were successful entrepreneurs but what good did they do for the city? Let’s explore the Guinness legacy in Dublin.
Explore Dublin on your own with this self-guided walking tour and discover 15 sights in one day.
The Bay of Morlaix is one of the reasons why I like to visit Finistère’s northern coast. From historical sites to architectural landmarks, from religious heritage to lush botanical gardens, the Bay of Morlaix doesn’t fall short of things to see.
Eager to put Braveheart’s version of the Battle of Stirling Bridge to rest, I travelled to Stirling, Scotland to get the real story. Let me tell you what really happened.