Category Archive: England

Brighton from a new perspective: British Airways i360

Imagine if you could board a transparent UFO and see your city from the sky? You can if you live in Brighton, just a one hour journey from London and 30 minutes from… Continue reading

Upfest 2017: A creative tsunami in South Bristol

Since 2008 an annual tsunami of colour and creativity has flushed through the streets of Bristol in Southern England. An ‘Urban Paint Festival’ named UPFEST that was just held again this past weekend… Continue reading

Live from… Bath: A new home in South England

For a long time I’ve been dreaming about a great place to write. A quiet place with the right atmosphere – a room with a view. And now I have it. At least… Continue reading

Liverpool: A daytrip to “Beatleville”

When I travel I try to make the most of it and see as much as possible – so when I found myself with an open train pass and a few hours to… Continue reading

Unique Accommodation: Qbic – funky, fun and eco-friendly

Having travelled a lot, I really appreciate accommodation which has a lot of character. A place that goes all in to stand out. A place that wants to offer an experience more than… Continue reading

Street art: Learn to read the streets of London

I love to check out local street art whenever I visit a city – whether it’s my first time there or one of several returns. Because street art is temporary and changes all… Continue reading

Unique Accommodation: Spend the night behind bars in London

I’ve been visiting a fair amount of hostels around Europe and especially the UK in recent years, and what I’m always looking for is an original idea, a story behind it all –… Continue reading

London: An inspirational boost at the Destinations Travel Show

Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your next journey – or like me, inspiration for your next travel article, Olympia in London is the place to be these days (February 2-5). I arrived… Continue reading

England: 10 spots to soak up the beauty of Bath

Being from Scandinavia I didn’t know much about the precious city of Bath, before I had the chance to visit for the first time in 2013. But since then I have returned several… Continue reading

5 capital Christmas markets in Europe

In a long dark winter season the European Christmas markets light up and invite to a different kind of travel experience. Not at least in Europe’s proud capital cities, that always seem to… Continue reading