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October 2015

Visiting Brussels without emptying your wallet

A trip to Brussels doesn’t have to cost you a fortune, and saving money doesn’t have to mean sitting in a park all day. With a few insider’s tips, you can visit museums, join a walking tour or listen to music, all without spending a…
Kyle Coleman
October 30, 2015

Spend the day in one of Montreal’s best parks

Montreal is a city with lots of luscious green space, from small and understated parks to standout tourist attractions. If you’re visiting Montreal soon, these are some of the most visit-worthy parks see while you’re in town. Image via Shutterstock by Denis Roger The Biosphere…
Kyle Coleman
October 29, 2015

Paris beyond the Louvre: Small museums you can’t miss

Paris established itself long ago as one of the world’s premier destinations for fine art. But there’s more to the city’s dynamic art scene than the Louvre and da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”. Why not skip the queues and experience the French’s capital’s many smaller museums, which…
Kyle Coleman
October 28, 2015

Where to find Philadelphia’s best outdoor art

Philadelphia has more than 3,000 murals, so you're guaranteed to run into some of these paintings even if you're not necessarily looking. They were mostly created in conjunction with the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, the city’s brilliant response to an overly active population of graffiti…
Kyle Coleman
October 27, 2015

The ultimate guide for Nottingham’s best pubs

A pint of real ale is essential to the classic British pub-going experience. In Nottingham you can even enjoy one at an authentic medieval inn. Any of the city’s oldest taverns provides a perfect backdrop for sampling hoppy cask ales and craft beers from local…
Kyle Coleman
October 23, 2015

Glasgow: City of rock, pop and folk music

Raucous rock shows, classical concerts, traditional Scottish music in local pubs... There’s so much live music in Glasgow you can practically see the notes rising from the skyline and floating out over the River Clyde. UNESCO City Of Music A UNESCO City of Music, Glasgow…
Kyle Coleman
October 19, 2015

Rome’s 5 hottest neighbourhoods for an Aperitif

Romans use the after‐work, before‐dinner drink as the perfect transition to the second – more lively – half of the day. The city encourages this habit with a constantly expanding range of options. Here are our top five: Freni e Frizioni – Trastevere You’ll know Freni…
Kyle Coleman
October 16, 2015

Vancouver’s freshest sushi restaurants

With its close proximity to water, Vancouver has established a solid reputation for fresh seafood, which translates into some seriously fantastic plates of sushi. If you’re craving a delicious sushi roll during your stay in Vancouver, there are several spots guaranteed to satisfy. Boasting everything…
Kyle Coleman
October 15, 2015

Beyond the castle: Discover Edinburgh’s hidden gems

Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Palace, the Royal Mile. Check. Now you’ve seen the big sights, it’s time to explore Edinburgh’s lesser-known attractions, from art galleries and museums to green spaces and gin joints. Art and café combos You can grab coffee, Firth of Forth views and…
Kyle Coleman
October 14, 2015

Visit Philadelphia for these famous historical firsts

As the birthplace of America, Philadelphia is naturally a city of firsts. If you prefer an engaging step back in time over modern highlights, you'll find plenty to explore here. Don't miss these attractions that give you an inside look at some of the country's…
Kyle Coleman
October 8, 2015

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