Ireland has always been a popular destination for travel. It has so many things to offer: a lush landscape, friendly people, a unique heritage, and its wonderful food, to name just a few.
Did you know there are more than 30,000 castles and castle ruins in Ireland?
Some date back to the 11th century. That’s a lot of history. The problem is, it’s difficult to decide which ones you should visit when you have limited time.
When Scotland’s royals needed a break from the political intrigue of busy Edinburgh, they retreated to Linlithgow Palace, a regal getaway just 15 miles west of the city along the road linking Edinburgh with Stirling.
Your honeymoon is the vacation of a lifetime, one in which you’ll celebrate your new life together as a married couple, and, ultimately, fall even more in love. But deciding what type of honeymoon you want to have isn’t easy! So here are some suggestions to get you started.
From hilltop citadels to turreted palaces, Scotland is renowned for its iconic castles. Whether you’re interested in romantic ruins, imposing fortresses or tiny, hidden gems, each and every castle– and there are some 3,000 of them — has an intriguing tale to tell.
A tour of any of the great wine country regions of the world is an opportunity to explore culture, history, cuisine and wine in a single trip. Without exception, the scenery is beautiful, the people passionate, and the wine — nothing short of phenomenal.
Would you like to add some inexpensive romantic elements to your next trip to London? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Here are some suggestions.
Hotel villa Mangiacane, located just 30 minutes south of the Duomo and central Florence in San Casciano Val di Pesa, Tuscany, is a 15th-century-Italian villa set upon 600 acres of flourishing vineyards and olive groves.
On the main tourist route to the Isle of Skye, about 134 miles from Inveraray, you’ll find Eilean Donan Castle, one of Scotland’s most iconic images. Breathtakingly beautiful, it’s one of the most romantic castles I’ve ever seen.
Downton Abbey’s Duneagle Castle, setting for the season three finale of this wildly popular show, took place in Scotland at the real life Inveraray Castle, a place where I recently payed a visit. Inveraray Castle, the seat of the Duke of Argyll, head of the Campbell Clan, is located in an idyllic spot — on the north-west border of Loch Fyne amid some of the Highlands’ most impressive scenery.