Browsing CategoryUK

20 Archaeological sites you have to visit in Europe

best archaeological sites in Europe

Besides visiting museums, one of the best ways to learn about local history and culture while travelling is by exploring the archaeological sites. Since there are so many of them around Europe, I asked some of my fellow travel bloggers to share with me their favourite places. And we’ve created this list of 20 archaeological sites you have to visit in Europe for you. Archaeological sites you have to visit in Europe #1 – Capitolium & Roman Forum in Brescia, Italy The Capitolium Temple, together with the Republican Sanctuary and the Roman Theatre that form the rest of the archaeological…

Qbic Hotel – Where Design meets Sustainability

Alright treeacle? Sign inside of Qbic hotel London

To me hotel is a big part of a trip. Travel is always a vacation to me, so a hotel should be cosy, stylish and nice. A big plus is if it’s also sustainable. And it looks like I’ve found almost all of that in a Qbic hotel in London. Qbic Hotel – Where Design meets Sustainability Qbic location Qbic hotel is located in the east part of London, in a hipster Shoreditch. A neighbourhood famous for its street art and many cool cafés and restaurants. The hotel itself is very close to Aldgate East station, so it’s very easy…

Tour around the Tower of London

Tower of London

I always wanted to visit the Tower of London, but somehow I ever missed it. So, when I was planning my recent trip to the UK’s capital, the tour around the Tower of London was an absolute must. And I wasn’t disappointed at all! It is no secret I am a massive fan of Medieval castles, but visiting this one was a beautiful experience itself because I had a private Tower of London tour only for myself! I  met my guide Sean next to the Tower Hill Underground Station and from there he took me to the three hours walk around…

Eurostar – Traveling to UK with a train

Eurostar waiting room in Brussels

Follow my blog with Bloglovin A few days ago I was traveling from Amsterdam to London – with a train! Eurotunnel, considered one of the seven wonders of modern World, was on my ‘Traveling wish list’ for a long time. From Amsterdam to Brussels I was traveling with regular NS International train. This part of the journey took around 2,5 hours. On its way train is passing through Den Haag, Rotterdam and Antwerp. At Brussels Midi station you should transfer to Eurostar train. Board control is similar to one at airport, so be sure that you have your passport with…