One of the best times to visit Europe is during the autumn months. From festivals to fjords, islands to Italy, Europe is both tranquil and tantalising at this time of year.
Autumn is a great time of year to enjoy the great outdoors. So if you enjoy hiking and the convenience of starting your trek in or near a popular European city centre, check out these four stunning day trails in or near Edinburgh, Paris, Lucerne and Baden-Baden.
If you like flowers, then check out these flower fields in The Netherlands, UK, France and Italy during the spring and summer months.
Travelling the UK by train is one of the most relaxing and scenic ways to discover the real landscape of Britain. Here are our top five recommendations.
Come for the monster, stay for the views: how to reach Loch Ness by train with Rail Europe.
Take the train from London to Stonehenge to experience the marvel & mystery of this fascinating site. Was this Stonehenge used as a burial ground? Perhaps an astronomical clock? Take a trip and use your imagination to decide for yourself!
Today Teresa explored Manchester with a city tour, then hopped on the train to Liverpool. A city tour of Liverpool was followed by the Beatles Story Tour & visit to Albert Dock.
Today we departed Birmingham for Warwick Castle & Oxford. After a few train cancellations & delays we were able to continue with our scheduled plans. Amazing sights & cities seen today, we finished the day off in Manchester.
We arrived safely at London’s Heathrow Airport. After taking Heathrow Express to Paddington Station, we transferred to Euston Station and boarded a Virgin train for Birmingham. A walking tour and dinner were enjoyed in this innovative city.
Take the train from London to Great Britain’s longest named town, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, (Llanfairpwll) located in Wales.