Posts Tagged ‘museums’
Kimberly’s Weekend in Bergen
I arrived into Bergen on Loganair’s inaugural flight from Edinburgh; a short but sweet journey that took just over an hour to complete. As we arrived into Norway by air, we were immediately greeted by those picturesque Norwegian vistas: a coastline scattered with islands and snaking fjords, and hillsides peppered with brightly coloured houses. Even with a light covering of mist and the threat of rain, Bergen was determined to be breath-taking. Read the rest of this entry »
Top Historical and Archaeological Tours
Europe is a treasure trove for those looking to discover ancient cities, historical monuments and archaeological sites. Whether beautifully preserved or in ruins, these sites tell of fascinating, poignant and often gruesome histories! Many of the most intriguing can be found in or around our top short break destinations, really making the most of your time away. Read the rest of this entry »
Steph Explores Andalusia
I flew into Malaga from Edinburgh and jumped straight in my lovely private transfer up to Cordoba, which was about two hours away. When you go to Cordoba you have to go see the Great Mosque of Cordoba, we were luck and had an evening tour to see it which made everything feel much more intimate and almost magical in the dark, the headset gives you all the historical information you could need. Read the rest of this entry »
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All travel agent bookings made during the month of August that include any added tour, excursion or visit Read the rest of this entry »
My Italian Road Trip!
Sarah our Marketing Manager took off to the hills on an Italian road trip.
We were attending a wedding in Tuscany so thought we must make a trip out of this – we have never properly visited Italy before so we had to make the most of it! Read the rest of this entry »
Spring into Amsterdam!
Spring is fast approaching, and like a fairy-tale transformation from the dark wintry months, the sun shines for longer, birds sing and flowers begin to bloom. Experience the wonders of spring with a city break to Amsterdam for its famous tulips which colours the entire city! Read the rest of this entry »
My Perfect Weekend in Paris
I was lucky enough to get taken to the romantic city of Paris this month for the very first time, and what can I say – I’m in love! From the visually stunning buildings, to the lavish food I was truly spoilt so I thought I would share a my best bits with you! Read the rest of this entry »
City Parks You Must Visit
When you think of a city break you automatically think – beautiful buildings, fantastic shopping and wonderful food and quite rightly so. However with it now coming into spring, some cities hold fantastic outdoor parks, all of which are best enjoyed over the warmer months. Many are full of attractions, wildlife and plenty of places to grab a drink or have a picnic. Read the rest of this entry »
Luxury Break to the South of France
Fancy that once in a lifetime trip to the South of France? Living it up on the coast, with the beaming sunshine, fabulous people, priceless yachts and designer shops.Well you just can with Osprey Holidays. Below is an exclusive example itinerary of what we can create especially for you – from the private yacht to the world famous 5-star hotel – we’ve got it covered. Read the rest of this entry »
Why take a City Break this Spring?
As the weather becomes warmer, attractions come into full bloom and with plenty of bargains to be snapped up you really have no excuse! Here’s a few of the best motives to take a city break in spring with some great example destinations. Read the rest of this entry »