Great things to do in Europe this Summer for free

By Carlota Nelson | 10:30

Shooting stars, sunsets, love, advice, friendship… Some of the best things in life are free. This Summer, there’s no need to spend lots of money if you’re travelling to major European cities. The Summer season is full of free events and activities. We’d like to give you a heads up on what to do and […]

Millennial Partners – How to suprise them!

By Carlota Nelson | 10:30

They say that travels test your love life. You can make it or break it. Whether it’s your first trip together or not, travelling together lets you know tap into the other person’s needs and desires. It’s also a great opportunity to bring you closer through shared experiences. Surprise your partner with these ideas and […]

Wi-Fi and On-board Entertainment

By Carlota Nelson | 10:11

When we think of in-flight entertainment we tend to believe it’s relatively new.  But it began back in the 1930s; an era in which some aircrafts offered lounges, bars, a dining room and some, believe it or not, even had a piano bar. Yes, we know that entertainment on planes today has more to do […]

3 Family-Friendly City Destinations

By Carlota Nelson | 10:30

Family beach resorts, paradise islands and small quaint villages where kids can roam free might sound quite appealing when planning a family vacation.  But this depends on how old your children are, what interests and activities you share with them and what you want to get out of this year´s family vacation.  If you´re looking for […]

Walter, NH Linate manager and rugby coach for kids

By Sergio González | 11:11

  Walter shares his commitment to the hospitality industry with us from NH Linate, a business accommodation in the heart of the commercial area in thriving Milan. Used to building up teams and making things work, this friendly Italian father applies his skills to his true passion: coaching Sereno Rugby, a club for kids under 12. […]

Luxury marinas and yachtclubs

By Sergio González | 10:15

Fifteen men on a dead man’s chest, Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum. Several centuries have gone by since Drake and the Sea Dogs sailed off to rule the seven seas but the emotion of a sea voyage, the playful waves and the smell of salt and freedom will remain forever. It was […]

Jumping over the urban flow

By Sergio González | 10:15

  A rush of adrenaline reminds us we are alive. A moment of genuine contact with the wildest side of ourselves. These are the basic strengths behind extreme sports, but also the fact that they are loads of fun is the secret that lays beyond the untamed surface.   Australia and New Zealand go along […]

Roman Theatres: alive as ever!

By Sergio González | 11:04

Roman history started seven centuries before Jesus Christ was born and lasted four more after his passing away, so more than a millenia of Roman culture spread over Europe, Northern Africa and Middle East definitevely shaping the world and the way we understand it. As any other empire in history, good and evil was done -depending […]

A Gin and Tonic tale

By Sergio González | 10:15

A dying Spanish countess,  a huguenot smuggler, a German jeweler, some stylish British Army officers and two centuries were needed to develop modern Gin and Tonic. At the begining of 17th century, the Countess of Chinchon fell ill with malaria in the Peruvian Andes. Her husband’s desperation for the life of his young wife -no […]

San Fermines: Going your own way

By Sergio González | 11:19

A few things in life claim adventure as Ernest Hemingway did himself. The audacious modernist American author was known to live life to its fullest and, luckily for us, he left his impressions of  his thrilling experiencies in several master pieces for us to enjoy.“The Sun Also Rises” (published in London as “Fiesta”) tells the […]