Want to Win a Winter Sun Escape for Travel Bloggers?

Win a winter sun escape

It only takes a few weeks of bad weather at the beginning of winter, to realise that the summer sun is a long, long way off! A winter sun escape is the perfect cure! But why pay for one, when you can win a winter sun escape competition especially for travel bloggers? Read on for more. Win A Winter Sun Escape The competition is actually really easy to enter, and you can find out more here - Alpharooms winter sun break competition. All you need to do, is write a travel blog post about your favourite winter sun escape. If you are the lucky winner, you get a 5 night break in the Costa del Sol. … [Read more...]

Hiking from Fira to Oia in Santorini – A Scenic Walk

Hiking from Fira to Oia. The views are truly spectacular.

Santorini is perhaps the most stunning of all the Greek islands. The whitewashed houses, blue-domed churches, and majestic views seem pristine and timeless. To experience the island at its best, I suggest hiking from Fira to Oia. The hiking route is well marked, and suitable for anyone of average fitness. Passing through the more important villages of Santorini, hiking from Fira to Oia offers amazing views out onto the volcano and awe-inspiring coastline. Sounds good? Read on to find out more... Hiking From Fira to Oia in Santorini There are many things to see and do in Santorini, some of … [Read more...]

Museum of Greek Gastronomy in Athens – Discover Greece

The Museum of Greek Gastronomy in Athens opened in June 2014. It aims to showcase Greek cuisine by explaining cooking methods using local products.

The Museum of Greek Gastronomy in Athens opened in June 2014. It aims to showcase Greek cuisine by explaining cooking methods using local products. Set in a renovated neo-classical 19th century building, it is the only museum of its kind in Athens. Museum of Greek Gastronomy in Athens I should start this article about the Museum of Greek Gastronomy in Athens with an apology. I have made it my mission to visit every museum in Athens, and experience first hand what each one has to offer. With this museum though, I ran into a bit of a problem. When I arrived at the museum, it was closed. I … [Read more...]

Cycling The Danube Cycle Path – Travel Inspiration

A pretty town along the Danube Cycle Path, the most popular cycling route in Europe.

The Danube Cycle Path is the bestl known cycle route in Europe. It follows the River Danube from its source in Donaueschingen, Germany, and ends in the Black Sea 2860 kms later. The most popular section, is the 300 kms from Passau to Vienna. Each year, thousands of people of all ages and abilities cycle this interesting part of the route. Looking for travel inspiration for your next holiday? Read on to find out more about biking the Danube Cycle Path. The Danube Cycle Path I first cycled the Danube Cycle Path, as part of England to South Africa cycling route back in 2006. Even then, it … [Read more...]

Industrial Gas Museum at Technopolis in Athens

Technopolis Industrial Gas Museum in Athens

Technopolis is a well known venue for cultural shows, exhibitions and concerts in the Gazi area of Athens. It is also home to the Industrial Gas Museum. This museum gives a fascinating insight into a short lived technological period. It helped transform Athens from pre-independence ramshackle village, to  a modern city. Read on to find out more... The Technopolis Industrial Gas Museum Before describing the museum, it is probably best to give a little background information as to how Athens looked  in 1833. It certainly looked nothing like the city we see today. In fact, it was little … [Read more...]