As if football fever wasn’t enough, now us Brits are getting all in a tizzy over the tennis too. Wimbledon 2014 is in full swing (geddit?) and to save (ha!) you from the blues when it’s all over, we’re serving you up a nice handy list of ace exotic places to escape to for the summer. We promise you’ll love them (ok that’s enough).
But these aren’t just any old destinations, they’re the hometowns of five of this year’s biggest tennis stars, so if you really can’t get enough of Wimbledon 2014, you can just jet off and check out where the likes of Serena Williams held their first tennis rackets…
Europe‘s pretty amazing isn’t it? With so many incredible places to visit around the world – and there are loads - it’s easy to forget that some of the most beautiful, historic cities are just an hour or two away from us. And the best thing about that is, you can pop over for a long weekend without breaking the bank – hurrah!
So when Yorva Tsi – Student Ambassador at London Metropolitan University – got back from Lisbon recently, she hooked us up with her top tips on seeing this incredible European gem. Take it away, Yorva!
sunshine, diversity and multicultural crowds of overseas festivals; the adventure of inhabiting a land of music and partying for a whole weekend check out our top 7 European festivals to get excited about this year:
There are so many reasons to celebrate right now. First and foremost being because summer is just round the corner, eeeek! And number two, we have so many amazing travel deals to help you get out there and make the most of the best time of the year, that you literally will not know what to do with yourself.
Rather handy then, that I’ve taken the liberty of searching out our 12 best summer travel deals and packaging them up all lovely and neatly for you in this one blog post.
These offers are 12 absolute crackers that will all enhance your summer to legendary status. All you need to do is pick one (and work out what to spend your giant saving on…)
There’s no better way of getting to know the locals than by throwing tomatoes in their face. Or joining them as they celebrate their King and dress head to toe in orange. Or climbing a mountain and covering them in wine, before they then cover you in wine. Forget the small talk; this is making friends European style.
Orange is the New Black on King's Day, Netherlands.