The Govan Stones: Uncovering Scotland’s most remarkable hidden gem

By Gillian McPherson When most people think of Govan's history, they think of its shipbuilding tradition and the heyday of the Clydeside yards. The period when Scotland was the shipbuilder to the world and this area on the south bank of the river Clyde stood proudly at its centre. What most people certainly don't tend … Continue reading The Govan Stones: Uncovering Scotland’s most remarkable hidden gem

Bikes, pastries and Hygge: 72 hours in Copenhagen

By Tara Fitzpatrick This summer I visited Copenhagen for the third time. My introduction to the Scandinavian city came when I visited a friend studying in Lyngby, a modern town just outside the city centre. I then returned the following year with the same friend who was missing the modern chic vibes of the city … Continue reading Bikes, pastries and Hygge: 72 hours in Copenhagen

A winter weekend in Bled, Slovenia

By Niall Christie We may all be dreaming of the summer that just doesn't seem to be arriving, but it is never too early to think ahead to colder weather and a potential getaway in the winter months. With the ever-increasing popularity of traditional European markets, a weekend at the famous market of Munich or … Continue reading A winter weekend in Bled, Slovenia