For anyone visiting New York, time is simply never enough. Whether it is your first time visiting the Big Apple or your 12th, there is always something new to see or find.
Imagine completely cutting out expensive hotel costs while also enjoying the space and convenience of a stylish away from home while on your vacation. You can do exactly that by arranging a home swap. Home exchanging is not a new concept (it started in the 1950s) but over recent years has become increasingly popular as more people discover the benefits.
Guest post by Mark Sealey.
Barcelona is a city that practically revolves around restaurant culture. So many people go to restaurants in Barcelona that the city is saturated with places to go grab a bite to eat. With so many restaurants available, how can you expect to find that extra special place to eat?
One way is to eat in a more upscale restaurant. So whether it’s for a special occasion or you’re just living the jet set lifestyle, here are some great luxury restaurants in Barcelona.
Guest post by Harriet Freeman.
In the last 10 years the demand for luxury travel to Peru has significantly grown. Nowadays it’s not just a vacation spot for hardy backpackers and hikers, but a destination that serves travellers seeking a higher level of service and comfort. With the majority of international visitors heading to the heartland of the Inca Empire – the City of Cusco, high up in the Andes has seen an influx of high-end and innovative eateries catering to the more discerning traveller.
Although there are literally hundreds of restaurants to choose from, only a handful actually make the grade. If you are planning on staying in the city for a few nights here is a guide to the very best 5 fine dining restaurants in Cusco.
Guest post by Paul Jones.
With something for everyone, Brighton and Sussex has something fun, relaxing or exhilarating to do at any time of the year. If you are only having a short break then you want to see the best bits whilst you are here.
Guest post by Tom Clark.
Peru isn’t just for backpackers anymore. Luxury properties have sprung up across the country, most carefully mirroring their surroundings, from colonial mansions in Cuzco to thatched roof bungalows in the Amazon’s rainforest.
Guest post by Laura Elise from SA Luxury Expeditions.
The capital cities of Europe are among the most chic, romantic and fashionable in the world, and cities such as Paris, London, Rome and Barcelona offer magnificent sights, attractions of historical significance and fabulous luxury accommodations.
The drawback is that the cost of visiting the most famous European destinations reflects their standing, and as a result vacations in the prime locations are expensive. Clever travelers, however, have long been able to circumvent the crowds and find marvelous hidden treasures in underrated destinations, but without compromising on the quality and level of luxury offered by their chosen spot.
Guest post by Dave and Katie
Olá e benvindo ao Brasil – Translates into “Hello and welcome to Brazil”. Be prepared to hear this often when you step foot onto the warm and friendly country of Brazil. You’ve seen them at the Olympic Games; the super-devoted fans decked out with bright green and yellow attire. If you are planning to visit Brazil someday soon, it might be fun to tie in your visit with the 2014 World Cup or the 2016 Olympic games. Once you arrive, try to make time to see some of the following sites, in between all the soccer, swimming and track events.
Guest post by Bill Weston.
Most countries have a national cuisine or dish that visitors are told they must try. It is often the highlight of a trip. From escargot in Paris to freshly made naan in India, I have loved trying new dishes while traveling.
Guest post by Liz Yin.
San Francisco is a city with limitless possibilities, especially if you’re a connoisseur of the luxurious lifestyle. Though the city is much larger than Union Square, Haight-Ashbury and the Mission District, this post should give you some great ideas for high rolling adventures in The City By The Bay.