What do you think of when you think of the city of Bath? Most people think of the Roman baths, beautiful Pulteney bridge and the Royal Crescent. Many people would think of Jane Austen and the Georgian architecture of the city. However, there is much more to Bath that this - after five years of living in the city I feel I can say that, with 100% certainty, there is something in Bath for everyone! If you are looking for the less 'run of the mill' activities and instead the more unusual things to do in Bath, then look no further. From brewery tours to stand-up paddleboarding on the River Avon, you are sure to find something to enjoy!
Istanbul - a major city in Turkey with a long and eventful history. Historically known as Byzantium and Constantinople, this city that straddles both Europe and Asia has stood the tests of time and is now home to over 15 million people. With a history dating back to 600 BCE, there are many incredible sights to see in Istanbul. From the world-famous Hagia Sophia to the lesser known Suleymaniye Mosque and from colourful Balat to the incredible views from Swissotel The Bosphorus, there is definitely something for everyone in Istanbul. Here you can find my round-up of the most instagrammable places in Istanbul - prepare to be stunned!
Located in Lisbon District and only half an hour away from Lisbon city, Cascais is a great getaway if you're in Portugal. Perfectly located to visit Sintra and Cabo da Roca (the most westerly point of mainland Europe), it's a great base for exploring the region! In this article, I have rounded up the top things to do in Cascais - I hope you enjoy reading!Disclaimer: I visited Cascais on a paid partnership with Visit Cascais. All opinions are, as always, my own.
Cascais is a haven for seafood lovers and Portugal, in general, is perfect for anyone who likes their pastries or coffee. After our trip to Cascais last month, I rounded up the best eating spots we visited so you will know all the best spots in the city. Without further ado, here is my round-up of where to eat in Cascais.Disclaimer: I was invited to Cascais on a paid partnership with Visit Cascais. All opinions are, as always, my own.