It’s Oscar season, and there’s no better way to fuel your wanderlust than seeing some of the best destinations in the world on the big screen! Why not let this year’s nominees for Best Picture inspire your next adventure? We’ve put together a list of all the travel-worthy destinations from the best movies of the year:
Despite the fact that we all know how important holidays are for our mental and physical health, a surprising one third of people in the UK don’t take their full holiday entitlement, and with 70,000 people taking to Twitter each year to voice their need and desire for a holiday, we’re guessing you’re in need of one too. Here are 5 tell-tale signs that you might just need to take a few days off. (even if it is just for a long weekend!). Read More
Whether you’re in London to study or just taking a few days out for a mini break, there’s always a new place to explore in the capital. Spend some time shopping, sample street food, or stroll through the streets and soak up the sights. There’s something for everyone in London, but with so many choices on offer, it can be hard to know where to start. That’s where Randstad UK comes in. They’ve done the hard work for you and put together an interactive map, exploring London by borough. Users can choose from a variety of lifestyle preferences from diversity to happiness and the map will suggest the best place in the capital, depending on your personality. We take a look at some of the treats on offer. Read More
If you are in your twenties and not a Daniel Radcliffe or Zayn Malik then it’s understandable that you don’t really have the fortune to make the most expensive of your travel plans come true. However, that shouldn’t really stop you from travelling as well. We are ready with our list of the top budget destinations that can be covered by you in your twenties.
China is a vast and extraordinary country spanning thousands of miles from the deserts in the west to the ocean on the east. With so much to explore in this beautiful country, we aim to get you up and travelling with the ultimate culturally rich and magnificent places to visit in China.
We all have that one friend we follow on social media that posts incredible images either surfing at Bondi Beach or taking selfies with adorable quokkas. It might make you wonder how they’re they doing it. Are they a secret millionaire? Maybe, but chances are they’re on a working holiday in Australia. Read More
Australia is an incredibly vast and diverse country where you could spend years travelling and not see it all. But at least you could start scratching the surface with our ultimate top things to do. You’ll find all kinds of activities listed below, including climbing iconic bridges, learning about the indigenous culture, tasting the exquisite food of aussie life, and getting up close to local wildlife.
It seems as if travelling these days has become a race, we’re more concerned about trying to go to as many countries as we can rather than taking our time to really enjoy the country, culture and people. So the real question one might ask, has travelling become a race?