The term digital detox has been talked about for a few years now but it’s mostly been an American phenomenon. Over the last 12 months though it’s gathered pace around the world and is now becoming very much a central part of how we should be looking at our lives in the UK.
The culture of socialising after a day on the slopes originated in the French Alps, so if it’s the after-party that really draws you into the mountains, you’ll know that this is the place to be to experience some of the best après-ski. We’ve selected a few of the top ski resorts for after-hours entertainment, each of which is most conveniently accessible by luxury helicopter transfer – a perfect way to maximise the enjoyment of your après-ski with a touch of sophistication.
Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and constantly ranks highly on ‘top ten’ lists of places to visit across the continent. The Dutch capital has a rich history and boasts a number of attractive features, including the famous canal rides, Anne Frank’s house and the Rijksmuseum. The Netherlands is an incredible place and there are just so many things to do – both in and around Amsterdam. Here are a few examples of the places to visit across the city.
If you are looking for some crazy nigh out options in Europe, the city of Brno is the perfect one. It is the second largest city in Czech Republic with a population of around 380,000. With some scenic stuff around, you are sure to lose yourself into the charm of this beautiful city. According to a survey, it has been found that Brno is the cheapest of 23 stag-do destinations in Europe. Talking about the accommodation and entertainment cost, it’s much cheaper as compared to Amsterdam. You will end up paying around £281 for two-night stay. Another good thing is that the beer is included in the cost. Besides, you get to come across the real Czech people.
When you want to kick back and party with your friends and want somewhere a bit different to your usual venues on a Saturday night, why not book some cheap flights to European destinations to sample the nightlife of other countries and to soak up the culture and atmosphere along with many others from around the world.
It’s a life experience many decide to embark on either before university as a break from study or after graduating and before entering the new stage of life of finding the first step onto the career ladder. A gap year is a popular way to see the world – usually on a low budget – and also to use the adventure to gather and enhance skills to offer the job market.
If you’re just about to head off on a backpacking tour of Europe – or beyond – you need to carefully consider every item you think you will need to take. The contents of your rucksack will contain the essentials of your life and whilst many feel they can travel light, far more will try to cram in as many home comforts as possible.