Posts Tagged ‘ Budapest ’

Cuisine cruising in Budapest

Nov 14th, 2016 | By
dining room on Pannonia

In Hungary’s capital, Budapest, there is a venture that was launched eighteen months ago that aims to bring the foods from different regions of the country to you.

What’s hot: November 2016

Oct 31st, 2016 | By

Just About Travel tells you what’s hot (and what’s not) in the travel world

Where the experts holiday: Brian Luckhurst, founder of the Home Exchange 50plus website

Aug 18th, 2016 | By

Brian Luckhurst, founder of Home Exchange 50plus, talks travel

Beautiful Budapest

May 29th, 2016 | By

The thermal baths, the opera or the children’s railway? Spoilt for choice, Anthony explores all three in Budapest, the capital of Hungary

The year that was

Dec 28th, 2015 | By

It’s been a busy year of travelling and it’s time to take stock. Here Just About Travel contributor and travel enthusiast, Kaye Holland, shares some of her favourite 2015 travel destinations

Can’t cook, won’t cook

Dec 26th, 2015 | By

Kaye Holland can’t cook, won’t cook

Saturday snippets: 19th December 2015

Dec 19th, 2015 | By

This week I start this column by blowing Just about Travel’s trumpet. In their German National Travel Writers Awards, the German National Tourist Office has voted us best in the online category for 2015.

Surviving Sziget

Aug 28th, 2015 | By

Kaye Holland heads to the Hungarian capital to hear household names play at Sziget – aka one of Europe’s biggest festivals

Saturday snippets: 6th December 2014

Dec 6th, 2014 | By
Gingerbread Leeds Castle

Will Adrian be serving up an old fashioned Christmas meal of oyster stew this year? Probably not. Gingerbread- yes and that covers just two of the stories in his round-up of the week.

The foodie club

Nov 5th, 2014 | By

Food is in fashion

Reasons to take a river cruise

Jun 24th, 2014 | By

A river cruise is widely considered to be the most civilised way to see the best of Europe. Here’s the run down on why your next trip should be a river cruise

Saturday snippets: 26th April 2014

Apr 26th, 2014 | By

Adrian rounds off the week thinking of

Saturday snippets: 19th of April 2014

Apr 19th, 2014 | By

Just in time for long walks out in the spring Easter sunshine, two stretches of coastline pathways have been opened to the public in the North East and Cumbria. A 34 mile stretch from Hartlepool to Sunderland takes in the rugged beauty of Durham’s east coast and another 20 mile section links the coastal towns of Allonby and Whitehaven in Cumbria. They are part of a £50m Natural England project to create about 2,800 miles (4,500km) of footpaths around the whole of the English coast.
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Budapest for a short break?

Apr 1st, 2014 | By

If you fancy a short break then either Budapest in Hungary or Vilnius in Lithuania could be your answer according to the annual Post Office Travel Money survey of prices across 25 leading cities.

Saturday snippets: 1 February 2014

Feb 1st, 2014 | By

A string of funding was announced to support visitor attractions this week, so Adrian’s column tends to look a bit more domestic this week rather than international.

A warm hearted welcome awaits in Bosnia & Herzegovina

Apr 27th, 2013 | By

There are few remaining secret destinations in Europe still to be discovered by the leisure traveller, yet just a few hours from London is a new, highly affordable holiday choice – Bosnia and Herzegovina. CD-Traveller shows you the way to go

There’s more to Europe than the Eurozone

Jul 16th, 2012 | By

Britons heading to Europe this summer, hoping to cash in on the Eurozone crisis, may do better to look at some of the countries outside of the Eurozone, according to research carried out by Moneycorp.

10 of the best: European city breaks for history lovers

Dec 2nd, 2011 | By

History travel website, Historvius, picks ten of the best destinations for European city breaks bursting with history, perfect for everyone from the casual sightseer to diehard history buffs

Opera houses with impact

Sep 27th, 2011 | By

Acoustic perfection is the resounding star in these temples of high art, but it wouldn’t sound as sweet without the accompanying history and/or visual appeal