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Blog / 26.02.2020

When someone thinks of the grandeur and urbanity associated with New York City, they’re likely thinking of the Midtown area of Manhattan. Midtown is home to the world’s largest central business district and to the Empire State Building, the Rockefeller Center, and the United Nations Headquarters. The Times Square area alone welcomes up to 60 million annual visitors. With a reputation like that, it’s granted that many activities around the Midtown area are quite pricey.  But there are also a number of things to do here that are free,...

Blog, Travel Tips / 26.02.2020

If you are planning the holiday of a lifetime on the Trans-Siberian Railway, there are luxury trains available that offer a unique travelling experience, and in this article, we will take a look at the famous Golden Eagle luxury train. Moscow to Vladivostok This is the epic journey that runs across Russia from west to east. It covers just over 9,000km, making it one of the longest train journeys in the world. If you book a berth on the iconic Golden Eagle luxury train, you can experience life in 5-star...

Blog / 13.02.2020

Ever since the 1992 Olympics showed off Barcelona to the world, it has been a top-tier tourist destination. Whilst this Catalan city has a lot going for it, few will dispute that the Sagrada Familia is its top attraction. This Roman Catholic cathedral stands out from others in Europe. Given this continent’s wealth of cultural treasures, that says a lot. Unless churches don’t interest you in the slightest, you should prioritise a visit. Unfortunately, just about every other visitor to Barcelona will have the same idea. As such,...