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Split From the Crowds and Discover a New Croatia

See yourself as a connoisseur of Croatia? Holidays there starting to become slightly repetitive? All of us at Prestige love nothing more than discovering the lesser-known gems of a seemingly familiar destination; surely that anticipation of exploring new places is what makes travel so appealing in the first place. So here’s our guide to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites which, despite their standing and eminent beauty, have still yet to draw in the crowds of Split and Dubrovnik. Šibenik The Cathedral of St James in the medieval city of Šibenik is one of the country’s most attractive sites, ...

21.08.2017

Unearth the Captivating Interior of Croatia

It’s common knowledge that Croatia is blessed with an extraordinarily beautiful coastline. While none of us at Prestige Holidays would turn up the chance of a week of Adriatic island-hopping, should you be interested in something a little different you’ll quickly find inland Croatia has plenty to offer. From the dual personalities of Zagreb, to the gastronomic delights of Brtonigla, to the captivating Plitvice Lakes, history, culture and nature abound. Book yourself into one of our Croatia resorts today and find out exactly what we mean. Embrace the Coming of Autumn at the Plitvice Lakes Wi ...

21.08.2017

Follow Your Nose to Munich’s Best “Secret” Cafés

If you enjoy travelling alone and going off the beaten track, you’ll get a kick out of these quirky cafés in Munich. Whether you just want to sit down and connect to the Wi-Fi or enjoy a freshly brewed coffee with a view of the town, these four unmissable coffee shops each give off an inspiring and exciting vibe. So why hang around the busy tourist spots when you can slip off and see the city through the cafés in Munich? Turmstüberl Turmstüberl is the definition of eccentric. Hidden inside the southern tower of the Valentin Karlstadt Museum, this café not only has an interior that makes you ...

21.08.2017

Enjoy the Ultimate Dining Indulgence at Venice’s Aman Canal Grande Hotel

There is no city that’s more romantic than Venice, whose glistening waterways, grand palazzos and, of course, its fantastic Italian cuisine simply cannot be bested. When you sit down to a candle-lit table for two, surrounded by the city’s opulence and splendour, you’ll know exactly what I mean. The Floating City doesn’t do things by halves, so you shouldn’t either. If you’re looking for the ultimate gourmet experience, there is only one destination for fine dining in Venice you should consider: the Aman Canal Grande Hotel. Hotel History and Reputation Located on the Grand Canal and within s ...

21.08.2017

Explore the Canals of Venice by Kayak

With its shimmering canals and vast lagoon, there is no other place in the world quite like Venice. For a truly unique way to explore The Floating City, why not exchange the traditional gondola for your own set of paddles and try kayaking in Venice? It offers a more unusual and adventurous way to see the city, allowing you to view its hidden alleys and secret corners from a whole new angle that most visitors don’t see. Travel Solo Kayaking in Venice is particularly ideal for independent travellers who like taking their trips into their own hands. With only one person per boat, it’s the perfe ...

21.08.2017

A Chic City Break in Munich

Being the third largest city in Germany and having over eighty museums and several music venues, it can seem overwhelming to choose from such an abundance of cultural must dos. Follow our short guide to having a sophisticated weekend in Munich if you want to wander around its architectural beauties and dine in the city’s finest restaurants. See the Munich Residence If you’re coming to Munich for a cultural visit but aren’t looking to race from gallery to gallery, the Munich Residence should be at the top of your list. This decadent museum was the main palace of the ruling Dynasty as well as ...

21.08.2017

3 Restaurants in Zadar for the Discerning Diner

Zadar in Croatia is fast cementing itself as one of the country’s top culinary destinations. The quiet, picturesque streets leading down to the sun-filled harbour offer an authentic flavour of the Dalmatian Coast, but the best way to savour the local culture is through the food and wine. Here are my recommendations of the top 3 restaurants in Zadar for those with a discerning taste. In my personal opinion, these options stand out not only for their outstanding local produce and fresh ingredients, but for that all-important ambience and sense of effortless elegance as well: Restaurant Kaštel ...

21.08.2017

A Classy City Break in Venice

Where do you plan to go for your luxury holiday this summer? In Venice, you can see one of the most beautiful cities in Europe in style, take in an opera and revel in everything that this culture-soaked metropolis has to offer. Here are a few must-try things that will make your stay an elegant and memorable one. Listen to the Interpreti Veneziani in the Church of San Vidal When you’re on a luxury holiday in Venice, you simply must experience a recital by the Interpreti Veneziani at the stunning church of San Vidal. On most nights of the week, the deconsecrated church features fantastic mus ...

21.08.2017

Highlights of the Venice Biennale 2017: An Art Review

Do you plan to take in some of the best that the 2017 Venice Biennale has to offer? This guide outlines some of the unmissable exhibits – as well as the most convenient way to get from Venice airport to Venice – so that you can spend more time meandering through the installations instead of worrying about crowded airport buses or extortionate local taxis. Giardini The public gardens (giardini), which are home to 29 national pavilions, are hosting a vast number of exhibitions for the duration of the summer, with some remaining open well into the winter. One of the standout exhibitions for me ...

21.08.2017

3 Non-Touristy Tips for a Weekend in Venice

Although many consider Venice to be a tourist trap, here are some hidden gems that you can enjoy on a weekend break. These will leave you sitting on your Venice airport transfer home, feeling happy and fulfilled at having experienced an alternative side to this well-known city. Cruising the Grand Canal in a Vaporetto Travelling by vaporetto is arguably the best way to experience the true atmosphere of Venice. You’ll stumble upon delightful churches, campi (squares) and the places where the Venetians eat at local prices rather than typical tourist fare. Not only are the vaporetto (public wat ...

21.08.2017

Rome’s Best Running Routes

While there are plenty of Rome tours that require lots of walking, the physical exertion of these outings is often a breeze for running enthusiasts. If you’re looking to get your heart rate up and your adrenaline pumping, you’ve come to the right place: I’m here to introduce you to Rome’s most scenic and demanding running routes. The Tiber River Rome tours often take tourists past the Tiber River for an excellent reason: it is one of the most stunning natural wonders that the city has to offer, and a visit here allows you to escape the hustle and bustle of the centre for a while. The river’ ...

17.08.2017

The Culinary Contributions of Rome

A trip to Rome has plenty in store for the curious traveller: stunning sights, marvellous monuments and, most importantly, lots and lots of delectable food. Perhaps no country in the world is as well-known for its culinary traditions as Italy – and Rome is responsible for many of its gastronomic sensations. With this guide to the city’s specialties, you’ll know exactly what to expect when you sign up for gastronomic Rome tours on your holiday. Prego e buon appetito! Cheese Galore France, you’ve got competition: Italy is not only good at pasta and pizza, but also creates more delicious cheese ...

17.08.2017

Explore the Beautiful Bridges of Venice

Venice is one of the easiest cities on Earth to explore on foot - which is just as well, because let''s face it, with no cars allowed you really don’t have a choice! A well-organised small group Venice walking tour will take you past many of the city''s most iconic landmarks, including some of the beautiful bridges that span the canals at various points. The following are some of the best-known bridges in the city, some of which you will see on a Venice walking tour and some of which you may have to discover on your own… The Bridge of Sighs The whimsically named Ponte d ...

17.08.2017

Discovering the Grand Canal: Venice’s Aquatic Wonder

Off to explore the Queen of the Adriatic? Whether you’re joining a Venice walking tour or you are planning to see the sights on your own, there’s one thing you’ll find everywhere: water, water and more water. Although La Serenissima is famous for its myriad canals, which have 400 bridges and connect 118 islands, the Grand Canal is by far the most important – and impressive – aquatic corridor of the city. To fully appreciate this imposing waterway’s magnificence, let’s talk about how it came to be. When equipped with the following fun facts, you’ll be ready to take the Grand Canal by storm. ...

17.08.2017

Luxury Spanish Island breaks for Wine Connoisseurs

If, when you think about the Spanish islands, your mind conjures up images of busy Mallorcan and Lanzarote resorts, it’s time to rethink. Let me introduce you to another side of these popular destinations, a side of rural idylls where you can sample locally grown wines in beautiful remote locations. In recent years the wines of Spain’s popular islands of Lanzarote and Mallorca have begun to make ripples amongst the world’s leading oenophiles – although admittedly the ripples are small ones as befits the size of the islands they come from. But while the world may be catching up, for me these ...

17.08.2017

See the Sights of Bermuda on its Beautiful Railway Trail

When someone first advised me to see more of Bermuda by taking the Railway Trail, I must admit my first thought was: why on earth would I need to take a train on an island which is only 24 miles long and one mile wide? What I soon discovered was that the Railway Trail hasn’t actually had a train on it since 1948 – when it was disbanded and turned into the flat cycle/hiking route it is today. Having cleared that up, I did, in fact, explore along the route’s 18 miles of coastal landscape, and discovered it was a wonderful way to see more of this breathtakingly beautiful island. Now, when I v ...

17.08.2017

Enjoy a Family Holiday on the Beautiful Beaches of Bermuda

You’ve probably already seen the photos of the powdery-pink sand, granite rocks and crystal clear waters – you may have even pinned a few on your holiday wish list on Pinterest. But did you know that the beautiful, small Atlantic island is more than an idyllic, romantic holiday spot? There’s plenty on offer in Bermuda for families too. At Prestige, we have been arranging family holidays to Bermuda for what seems like forever, and the feedback is always the same: ‘We loved it, and the children had the time of their lives.’ The Perfect Accommodation Arranging a family holiday can be tricky f ...

17.08.2017

A Business Guide to Milan

Milan is the financial hub of Italy and the nation’s capital for all things fashion and design. It’s always open for business, and thousands of people fly into this amazing city each year for work. In fact, many claim that – with Brexit on the horizon – Milan will become Europe’s centre for business in future years. With this metropolis’ many impressive office complexes, upmarket hotels and swanky bars and restaurants, it is easy to envision this becoming a reality. If you’re going on business in Milan, here is all you need to know about the city and how to make the most out of your trip. At ...

17.08.2017

Discover the Hidden Gems of Milan in 48 Hours

I love recommending Milan as a destination for young travellers as I believe that it is one of the most underrated European cities. Cool, sophisticated and stylish, Milan is perfect for a long weekend away - picture yourself strolling the winding streets, indulging the local cuisine and soaking up the atmosphere. In addition to the main attractions, Milan has plenty of great off-the-beaten-path sights which will provide you with an authentic experience and a chance to rub shoulders with the locals. Here are a few of my favourite non-tourist spots, but be sure to ask your local driver on your ...

17.08.2017

3 Icons of Milan’s Religious Architecture

When you think of Milan, you think of art. Everything, from Da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper to cutting-edge modern gadgetry to the stunning plates of food, is created with beauty in mind. This is especially true of the city’s architecture. Walking through the streets busy with cosmopolitans, you’ll pass galleries, monuments and piazzas, all of them spectacular in style. Milan’s real champions, though, are her churches. Here are three of the most magnificent examples that you might spot on your way to your hotel with one of Shuttle Direct’s Milan airport transfers. Basilica of San Marc ...

17.08.2017


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