When the economic news is grim, travelers have a couple options – either skip the trip altogether or find ways of making it less costly to go. (I don’t know about you, but I think one of those isn’t really a viable option.) When the destination you have in mind isn’t thought of as a cheap one – like Amsterdam – finding ways to make a trip budget-friendly are even more important.
From June 16-19 in London’s Regent’s Park, Taste of London (one of the many well-regarded Taste Festivals) will bring together an elite line-up of restaurants, chefs and other culinary experts. 40 of London’s best restaurants will be serving up some of the finest dishes and most exciting menus for their foodie fans.
Narrowing down the list of attractions in Amsterdam to just ten items can be a difficult task. Amsterdam is a vibrant city filled with a multitude of things to see and do. If you happen to be in this amazing city, take the time to visit the following attractions.
What with Easter falling on the 24th and the Royal wedding taking place in London on the 29th, April looks like an interesting month for travel. Will you be taking advantage of the public holidays for travel? There are lots of attractive options and here are some of the best for April and beyond. If you have anything to add to the list, let us know in the comments!
While many travelers flock to Europe in summer, spring is actually a great option for travel to various European destinations. Airfares and attractions are cheaper, while planes and places are less crowded. The weather is comfortable and everyone is beginning to see the light of day after winter’s haze.