Ever wanted to drive around the Top Gear test track at Dunsfold Aerodrome in your favourite supercars?
Great Britain – the birthplace of the train, though inexplicably also home of some of the most expensive train lines in Europe.
Lets face it, once you’ve passed your mid-twenties, you’re positively geriatric in the eyes of the typical clubber on Magaluf’s strip, while 7 day benders are becoming a struggle – the cumulative hangover would likely kill you.
They say Switzerland is an island surrounded by land. Things can be different here than in the rest of Europe, for example there’s more banks than dentists, there’s four official languages, and everyone is rich.
Not only will you have to endure a city where everyone seems to have no responsibilities and only want to party, your trip will then ruin the rest of your life when looking back at the very few things Berlin does well.
As Europe’s longest running pub crawl, The Backpacker Pub Crawl has been on my radar for some time, so on a recent trip to Dublin, myself and three friends made sure not to miss it!
Follow our route through the scenic central Swiss alps
How much do you really know about Switzerland? Here, we’ll look at 5 popular myths about Switzerland, and explore the true stories behind them.
Whether you’re nursing a hangover courtesy of last night’s bar crawl or are just looking for somewhere to relax, there are plenty of places in Budapest you can head to for some down time.
Last August a few friends and I flew out to Split on the Dalmatian coast for a week of sun, sea and drinks. First thing our taxi driver said to us upon arrival was “why are you here? Party season is over!”