Category Archives: Travel


London is the capital of the world

May 30, 2023 /Lifestyle/ — Whether or not London is the capital of the world is a matter of opinion, but there is no doubt that it is a city with a lot to offer. It is a major financial center, a cultural hub, and a popular tourist destination. In the summer of 2023, London will host a number of world-class events, including the FA Cup Final, Beyoncé’s live tour, and Glastonbury Festival. These events will only add to London’s already vibrant atmosphere. Continue reading

30May/23 Global Travellers Looking for Intra-Regional Summer Getaways

With summer just around the corner, people from all corners of the globe are preparing for their upcoming travels, eager to make up for lost time. data reveals that global travel bookings for the summer (June 1 – August 31) have already surpassed 2019 levels, with intra-regional travel leading the way. Continue reading

27Apr/23 reveals Brit-mania as Kings Coronation looms

The UK will soon celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III, which takes place on Saturday, 6 May, and an extra public holiday on Monday, 8 May, which creates a long weekend for celebrations throughout the country.

This bank holiday is in addition to the annual public holiday that takes place on the first Monday in May. Recognising the huge interest in this historical event and the extra public holiday creating more opportunities and incentives to travel, reveals its European data to see how travel has been affected by the long celebratory May Day holidays. Continue reading


Resonance Consultancy Reveals Europe’s Best Cities in 2023

Resonance is a leading advisor in tourism, real estate and economic development, and its World’s Best Cities rankings quantify and benchmark the relative quality of place, reputation and competitive identity for the planet’s urban centres. They are lauded as the world’s most thorough city ranking, based on original methodology that analyses key statistics, user-generated reviews, social media and online activity. Continue reading


Highly Anticipated Documentary ‘The Kings of Kilimanjaro’ Sets the Record Straight about Black Indigenous Mountain Guides and Marks Culmination of Four-Year Journey for The Frank Bros

Making its world premiere, “The Kings of Kilimanjaro” marks the culmination of a four-year journey for the filmmaking duo, The Frank Bros. Shot during an exciting climb up the mountain, the film offers an immersive look into the little-known world of the Black Indigenous Chagga Mountain Guides. Conveniently forgotten by history, these incredible athletes – chefs and porters and guides – are the ones who make each ascent of the legendary Mt. Kilimanjaro possible. Continue reading