Brussels to Amsterdam

If you haven’t yet read my full post on how to save money in Central Europe and use Brussels as a travel hub, you can click here to see it. Brussels has not only great transport links to other places within Belgium, but is surrounded by countries that are host to some of Europe’s most … More Brussels to Amsterdam

Budapest to Vienna

The Hungarian and Austrian capitals are both two of my highest recommendations for places to see in Europe. If you have more than a few days to spend in either, then taking a day trip from one to the next takes only a couple of hours. Vienna is one of the continent’s most architecturally decorative … More Budapest to Vienna

5 May Return Flights from Glasgow for Under £35

For this month’s cheap flights post there are a bunch of brand new locations on the list. Of course, because we’re getting closer to summer the price range has increased by £10-£15 compared to other weeks but thanks to budget airlines like easyJet and Ryanair. Like I mentioned in my April post for cheap flights, Ryanair are cutting their flights from Glasgow … More 5 May Return Flights from Glasgow for Under £35

5 June Return Long-Haul Flights from Glasgow for under £350

After taking a poll on my blog’s Facebook page – please click here and give the page a like if you haven’t already – I’ve decided to extend my posts on cheap flights from Glasgow to include ones on long-haul flights, too. In recent years the opportunity to fly direct from Glasgow to places like … More 5 June Return Long-Haul Flights from Glasgow for under £350

5 March Return Flights from Glasgow for Under £30

Despite Ryanair cutting the amount of routes from Glasgow to Europe from 23 to just Dublin, Wroclaw and Kraków this winter, we still have a good few months to take advantage of their super cheap flights from Glasgow Airport. With some universities having their Spring Break this month and others ending at the end of it, March is a perfect … More 5 March Return Flights from Glasgow for Under £30

Florence to Milan

If you’re flying to Italy from the UK, often Milan is one of the cheapest places to fly to and from. Because of its location, you can easily travel east towards to Verona and Venice or south to Rome, Florence and the Amalfi Coast. Although it differs greatly from Neapolitan cuisine, there are lots of … More Florence to Milan

Florence to Rome

As two of the largest cities and tourist destinations in Italy, Florence and Rome are just a few hours from one another and have plenty of transport options to take you between them. Despite convenience or price, of all the modes of transport I will discuss throughout this post I would recommend taking the train … More Florence to Rome