Batsford Arboretum in Moreton-in-Marsh | The Cotswolds Secret Garden

Home to a collection of beautiful and rare trees, shrubs, and bamboos from all over the world, Batsford Arboretum and Wild Garden is a peaceful and scenic place to visit in the Cotswolds. On a recent visit, I was instantly amazed by this hidden gem located just outside the market town Moreton-in-Marsh in this wonderful … More Batsford Arboretum in Moreton-in-Marsh | The Cotswolds Secret Garden

Add the Westman Islands to your Iceland itinerary

Off the southern coast of Iceland, the Westman Islands, also called Vestmannaeyjar, are a collection of 15 islands, 14 of which were formed about 11,000 years ago from submarine volcanoes. The lone island, Surtsey, rose from the water in 1963 and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008. Due to its delicate fauna, … More Add the Westman Islands to your Iceland itinerary

11 places to visit in Great Britain (besides London)

Great Britain features an array of lively cities and beautiful countryside vistas. With the perfect combination of new and old, England, Scotland, and Wales has a lot to offer world travelers. There are countless places to visit in Great Britain whether you’re looking for history, architecture, culture, nightlife, food, or natural beauty. Millions of overseas … More 11 places to visit in Great Britain (besides London)

Responsible tourism in Iceland & beyond – Tips for responsible travel

As travelers, responsible tourism needs to be at the forefront of our minds. Traveling is a privilege, so it’s our responsibility to take care of the places we step foot in. And responsible tourism is especially important when visiting Iceland. The country’s fragile vegetation and soil paired with the constant stream of tourists make it … More Responsible tourism in Iceland & beyond – Tips for responsible travel

Photo Essay: Luxembourg City’s magnificent views

Luxembourg City – A European urban gem Starting from our hotel in Luxembourg City’s Kirchberg quarter, we passed modern buildings, including European Union institutions. Walking through an open square, I imagined it filled with hurried workers in business suits during the work day. As we got closer and closer to the city center, the buildings got older … More Photo Essay: Luxembourg City’s magnificent views