During the warmer months, the UK benefits from glorious sunshine, warm temperatures and blooming greenery, all of which create the perfect setting for outdoor weddings. And with an abundance of countryside and an excellent selection of wedding venues boasting picturesque grounds with beautiful views, it can be hard to whittle down the perfect location. To help you make your decision, here are 5 of the most beautiful locations in the UK for an outdoor wedding.


Castle Park Wedding Venue Essex

Located to the east of the capital, Essex is a favourable location for weddings, whether you are travelling from London or one of the county’s neighbours. Wedding venues in Essex benefit from a number of luxuries, from surroundings of large stretches of countryside to easy access to travel routes. Rich in history paired with serene scenery make Essex a truly romantic location to say I Do, with a wonderful selection of venues ranging from

Read More

If you’re considering visiting Marbella, you’re probably thinking of the nightlife – and you’re not wrong. Marbella is renowned for its lively nightlife scene, with world-famous clubs and bars that attract party-goers worldwide. But there’s more to Marbella than just the nightlife. This chic Spanish town offers a lot, from stunning beaches and Mediterranean food to vibrant culture and historic buildings. In this blog post, we’ll give you 9 reasons to visit Marbella – other than the nightlife. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed!

Marbella’s Old Town

Marbella Old Town, Spain - reasons to visit Marbella

Marbella’s Old Town is a beautiful and historic area that is worth a visit for a number of reasons.

First, the architecture is simply stunning. The Old Town is full of beautiful buildings, many of which date back hundreds of years. Second, the Old Town is a great place to find traditional Spanish food. You’ll find plenty of restaurants serving authentic

Read More

Are you looking for the best places to travel in England? Do you want to experience quintessentially English places that offer a unique travel experience? When you think of England, what first comes to mind? If you’re like most people, you probably think of London. But there’s so much more to England than just its capital city. In this post, we’ll share with you the best places to travel in England that are full of history, culture, and natural beauty. From the wild landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales to the charming streets of Bath, there’s something for everyone on this list. So, if you’re looking for some inspiration for your next trip, read on for the best Quintessentially English places to travel which we’re sure you’ll love.


Stonehenge - Quintessentially English places to travel

If you’re looking for a quintessentially English travel destination, look no further than Stonehenge. It has been attracting visitors for centuries,

Read More

Hallstatt is a small town in Austria that’s known for its picturesque setting and rich history. In 1997 most of the historic, cultural landscape was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s situated in the Salzkammergut region, about 2 hours away from Salzburg. During our trip to Salzburg, we decided to head to Hallstatt to see if the pictures we had seen lived up to the reality (spoiler: they did). We visited on a pleasant summer’s day in September and couldn’t have asked for nicer weather which allowed us to submerge ourselves in the scenery and talk a leisurely walk through the charming town. We had an amazing afternoon in Hallstatt, we just wish we had had longer!

Getting to Hallstatt from Salzburg

Mr ESLT at Hallstatt, Austria

The easiest way to get to Hallstatt from Salzburg is by car. The drive takes about 2 hours and is a relatively straightforward and

Read More

There are a lot of Museums in the world. But which are the most popular? The most visited? The most Instagrammed? We did some research and found the answer to all of these questions. The most visited museums in the world, according to annual attendance figures:

The Louvre in Paris is the world’s most visited museum, with 10.2 million visitors in 2018. This is followed by the Vatican Museums, in Italy, with 6.8 million visitors. In third place is the National Museum of China in Beijing, with 6.7 million visitors. The top three are then Followed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and The British Museum in London

Here we take the opportunity to look at each of the museums in more detail.

The Lourve, Paris, France

The Louvre is one of the most visited museums in the world, and it’s no wonder why. Located in

Read More