Why You Should Book A Villa With Clickstay!

I am constantly on the hunt to find the perfect home away from home in a city that is ready and waiting to be explored. I always find that part of the magic of travelling is doing things in your own time, with the excitement of the city's culture and being part of a community and seeing how the locals like to live. Clickstay are a company who offer holiday homes, villas rentals and apartments in worldwide locations, for the ultimate self-catering experience. They have a variety of homes for one person, or a big group, which is lovely for the times you're taking a bunch of friends or extended family. They have so many properties which are just perfect for groups of 11, 12 and more, which is perfect if you're sharing the price! Clickstay have over 67,300 homes and have helped over 600,000 travellers, with safe and secure booking systems, that's another reason why I am proud to be affiliated with Clickstay, they're truly there to ensure you curate a wonderful trip for yourself.

One of my favourite cities in the world is Athens. Clickstay have such a wonderful variety of properties, some of which I've shown below! Athens is a place where I've made friends and a place I constantly love to see evolve and grow, so finding a place to call my own whilst I'm there is essential as part of a wonderful experience. Sometimes, it would be nice to invite a friend back to cook for them whilst I'm there, it really makes you feel as if you're living like a true Greek and this goes for any location, from the South of France, to Ireland, or maybe further afield like Florida if you're heading to the parks. I'm constantly browsing all the lovely properties, with a very easy to navigate site, you'll be able to find everything you need, including lots of photos and you won't be disappointed with your finds. From inexpensive to more luxury properties, there is definitely something for everyone. There are plenty of customer reviews to look at too so you can make sure you're booking something that's just perfect for you. Take a little peek at their Villas in Greece.

A Piece Of Paradise...

Clickstay and their dedicated team make booking really easy, and now is the time to take advantage of any villas that are still available before the booking rush in summer. Spring is a lovely time to take a trip to the Amalfi Coast, or perhaps even Majorca, which is an easily accessible and pretty island that is just ready and waiting for you! Pick a villa or home with a private pool, your own terrace, relax and cook outdoors if you wish and soak up the fresh air. Clickstay also regularly promote competitions and giveaways, which is another reason to love them! Another destination that I love is somewhere a little closer to home in the UK...so if you're looking for somewhere you can drive to, then maybe their Lake District properties will be for you! Here are a couple of the properties that I'm desperate to try this year when the weather is good for walking and boat trips! A little cottage in the countryside is always a good idea!

*All photos courtesy of Clickstay 

They are definitely competitive with pricing and their team are available daily to assist and you can of course find them on social media (which is super quick and easy). So if these photos haven't tempted you in some way then maybe some of their other destinations will entice you to book a little romantic getaway or a girly celebratory trip, or maybe you're wanting to treat your mum, the possibilities are endless! Click below to book and see where your next holiday may take you!

Ten Things I Learned In New York

If you're wanting to take a bite out of the Big Apple, then you've probably trawlled through hundreds of Blogs, photos on Instagram and any article you can find on where to stay, what to do, how to get around. I had the pleasure of visiting New York in December, and despite its bitter cold temperatures nipping at me constantly, I was very much in love with the spirit in the air and of course the decorations!

Here are Ten Things that I learned in New York, along with a couple of tips, so hopefully when you next travel to New York, you can get the most out of your trip and make it one to remember!

1. Everywhere Looks The Same

The streets (or blocks) in New York look identical, it is a concrete jungle, a maze, although there is a mathematical way of remembering where you are, mostly because most of the streets are numbered, 55th street, 59th street etc, therefore, you can always keep track. I'd suggest getting some savvy apps on your phone before hand, perhaps not a street map, as of course they can look too touristy and make you a target for theives. In between the identical streets are parks, little places to stop, plenty of shops and even more cafes to feast your eyes on, but beware of how far you've travelled if you're on foot as the one thing I really came to realise was that most places, aside from the main tourist attractions, are deceiving in their looks.

2. Plan, Plan, Plan!!

There is of course nothing better than having a day without plans in the city, but we came to realise that our trip was slightly wasted because we did not have an itinerary and found ourselves walking the same streets and hadn't methodically planned how to get around or what to do. Back then I was a total travel newbie, a very naive young traveller who hadn't thought this would be a problem, but we didn't see nearly as much as we could have seen when we went. Plan thoroughly, find out transport options, find the places you really want to see, look at tours even. I think I'd definitely plan more tours next time, to get out of the city, as sometimes it can be a little overbearing for anxious travellers, and there are places not too far from Manhattan that are just as intriguing.

Also make sure you book a transfer from the airport well in advance as taxis will be very expensive and even dangerous so be sure to book something reliable! I always book Welcome Pickups!

3. We Found No Good Coffee

The Americans are famous for their cups of Joe, but unfortunately we could find nowhere that really had the taste of the coffee we Brits know and love from anywhere other than a Starbucks. Blatantly untraditional of course, as there are so many little cafes in the city, quaint and fresh, many vegan which is fantastic, but the cafes we found, including our hotel, were just not upto scratch. It is most possibly choice, but I'd opt for the more cute artsy cafes, even vegan cafes which probably take a lot of pride in their work. I don't know why we had such bad luck with coffee but I certainly did end up drinking a lot more herbal tea (which is definitely good -even though the caffiene was needed!)

4. Broadway Shows Are Hellish Expensive

If you're in town wanting to see a Broadway show, then make sure you've saved up. We tried to book through our hotel, probably a big mistake, and the cost was over $100. Now, it was probably more than worth it, but it hadn't been something we had budgeted for to such an extent. Again, down to lousy planning but most Broadway shows are quite expensive although some may have family tickets or slight discounts, they are going on towards $100 so make sure you've got them booked before hand and make sure you really research your seats. To look at booking Broadway shows, click here.

5. Flagging Down Cabs Can Be Life-Threatening!

Trying to flag a cab down is so tricky, especially in busy Manhattan. you have to juggle traffic and people, try not to get run over and then after all that, they may drive straight past you. The signs on the top of the cabs light up when someone is occupying them, so look for the ones that aren't lit up. It is definitely difficult and this is why people opt for the underground, however, I fully understand that this isn't for everyone, it wasn't for me. I had nothing but poor experiences of London Underground and something told me NYC wouldn't be much better. Cabs are relatively average price around the city; they don't like to take you too far. If you want to flag a cab down, look for a store with a guard outside or doorman, give them a little tip and they'll happily flag one down for you safely without you having too put any effort in.

6. Tipping Will Get You Everywhere 

It's exactly how it is on old American movies. Nearly everyone will respond well if you throw in a tip. I had been desperate to visit the restaurant, Serendipity, but the queues were insane and many people have booked days in advance. After visiting the restaurant hoping to get in, the restaurant manager said we couldn't get in. Although after asking politely again, and showing him a twenty dollar note, he happily put us on the guestlist! I'm certainly not one for bribery but in NYC, it certainly does seem to make life a little easier.

7. The Cold Is Bitter

I wouldn't advise a trip during the winter months. As beautiful and magical as it is, it is bitter cold in the winter months. The cold in NY seems to be much more clingy and icy than we have here. I believe in December the temperature can reach upto -10c. It often does feel like that even if the temperature is much higher. So be sure to pack all the thermals you can get your hand on. Scarf, hat and gloves are essential!

8. Central Park Will Make You Feel Like You're In A Movie

It's been shown in so many movies. It's beautiful anytime of year, although there's a certain kind of magic in the air at Christmas. The ice rink is in full force, the lights are glistening and it feels very special. Getting lost in Central Park is undoubtedly a fun and interesting thing to do when in the city and to get you away from the hum of the business NYC streets. Of course New York is crowded but there is a way to escape the madness. The park is beautiful in the warmer months for picnics and ice-creams and really does take you to the heart of the city. A little oasis in the heart of this concrete jungle!

9. The Plaza Hotel Is A Must See

I am usually the type of tourist who loves to hotel hop. I'm a huge lover of hotels and finding new ones, grabbing coffees in their swanky bars and checking out their restaurants. You'll be surprised how many Michelin star restaurants are inside hotels. The Plaza Hotel is regal and beautiful and you've probably seen it appear in certain movies. It truly is a beautiful hotel and it's a must see, they have a little library, places to drink coffee and more! If you can afford it, I would suggest booking an afternoon tea there! Scroll down for a VERY old photo of me! (2009 in fact).

10. Everywhere is Instagram Worthy

Even though when I visited in 2009, Instagram did not exist, for travellers today I can honestly say that everywhre is unbelievably cool for photos. It's New York City, everywhere looks and feels like a movie set. Of course some of the most Instagrammable spots (according to tourists) are:

  • Washington Street 
  • Grand Central Terminal
  • Westlight
  • Barney's New York
  • Brooklyn Bridge
So that's it. My top ten things I learned whilst visiting the Big Apple. There is so much to do in New York but one of the top things I would say is eating and coffee shop hopping. There is no guarantee of the weather, so hiding away from the rain in cute coffee shops is a very good way to help pass the time.  If you are looking for a home away from home in the Big Apple or anywhere on your next trip, take a little look at Clickstay! [Not sponsored]

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Marvel At Marbella

For better or for worse, Britain’s long standing relationship with Spain has caused certain regions to evolve into a kind of shorthand in the minds of British tourists. Ibiza, for example, has still to live down its reputation as a party Mecca for young Brits itching to embody every negative stereotype about Brits abroad. Scratch the surface, however, and you’ll find a family friendly resort town with some truly stunning sights. The same goes for Benidorm. If you’re willing to overlook your ITV sitcom preconceptions, there’s a lot to fall in love with in this misunderstood and oft-reviled resort.

Marbella has a similar image problem. Its reputation for tacky nightlife and appearances on reality TV shows where it’s referred to as “Marbs” belie the elegance and beauty of this city. For those tourists who are willing to let go of their preconceptions, there’s a lot to see and do that flies in the face of the stereotype. 
Luxury apartments
It’s not all high rises. If you’re looking for somewhere luxurious to stay (or even an investment property) you’ll find some opulent yet surprisingly affordable luxury living in this beautiful city. Spend a little time looking for a luxury apartment to rent in Marbella and you’ll find that wherever your tastes lie, there’s something for you. A luxurious and elegant holiday needs to start with luxurious and elegant accommodation and Marbella certainly does not disappoint.
Hidden beaches
If you think that all of Marbella’s beaches are heaving with orange hued TOWIE rejects, think again. Like many resort towns in spain, Marbella has a great many well kept secrets that only the locals (and a few knowing and discriminate foreigners) know about.
Steer well clear of tourist-riddled Playa de la Fontanilla, the city’s largest and most popular oft-visited beach. Instead, head a little further east and you’ll stumble upon the unassuming but stunning Playa de la Bajadilla. This quieter stretch next to the fishing port is a far more pleasant and serene place for the discerning tourist to sun herself or lose herself in a good book. 
Explore the old town
The ancient barrio may draw its fair share of tourists, but after a few minutes marvelling at the cobbled streets and stunning architecture, many quickly set their sights elsewhere. Take the time to dig a little deeper, however, and you’ll find hidden nooks and crannies, tapas bars known only to locals and a sense of local flavour that’s so integral to an authentic experience.
Wander a little further inland and you’ll find the residential neighbourhood of Divina Pastora with its lively market and sumptuous street food. If you want to immerse yourself in local colour, there’s no better place to do it. 
Try the best seafood of your life in the fishing quarter
When you tire of the unassuming Playa de la Bajadilla, take a short walk over to the Barrio de Pescadores (fishing quarter). Within this picture postcard tableaux of whitewashed fisherman’s huts you’ll find tapas bars so good that only the locals know to eat there, as well as some of the city’s best seafood served in unassuming bars and restaurants that are largely missed completely by the vast majority of tourists. 

I sincerely hope you’ll set aside your preconceptions and get to know this wonderful city! If you're looking for a pickup service, then Welcome Pickups are brilliant for reliable taxi services!

Summer Styling Your Brassybra

Since getting to grips with my Brassybra, I have been really playing around with ways to use it and I can easily say that so far, it's been my summer saviour. In Corfu, I was staying for a week through summer in a villa and Brassybra truly became my best friend, not only to allow me to wear the dresses that I wanted to wear, when I wanted to wear them, but also to give me that added support when wearing my swimsuit. Being a little bit bigger chested, I always like to feel secure, especially when going in and out of the sea and ensuring that I am adequately covered and don't have to worry about the waves shifting my bikini top out of place. Here are just a couple of the ways that I've been enjoying wearing my Brassybra.

Similar swimming costume (get ahead now for next season!)

Leaf Swimming Costume [Swimoutlet.com]

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Everyone wants to wear that beautiful summer dress. Whether it's a halterneck, a strapless or a cut away dress, there are so many beautiful ones to pick. I was recently gifted a stunning cut out dress from ChiChi London, but had never found a bra good enough to support me to wear it, without feeling uncomfortable, until I found Brassybra. It easily fits on, I used a C/D cup as it fits me nicely, and using the little nipple protectors first, I then stuck my Brassybra and I was good to go. The Vanilla shade bra I used worked perfectly with white and would highly recommend a lighter colour for Caramel or Vanilla. Perfect, right?!


I love wearing swimwear, but I do not often feel fully supported going in and out of the water. I try to find supportive swimwear but this isn't always possible and even if it is, I love the option of having extra support. I decided to try out my Brassybra with my swisuit in the water; yes Brassybras are waterproof and they are amazing! Not only did they do their job well but they also proved to be much more comfortable in general. I hate the feeling of peeling off a wet costume, but it did seem to really protect my chest area so well that it was a little more bearable taking the costume off! Ten out of ten and for this I used the black chocolate coloured bra as it seemed to be the best fit for my outfit. A little island stop for some swimming was exactly what I needed! Even the salty water did not budge the bra, and I cleanly removed it with some of my favourite body oil, which is what I needed after a day in the sun anyway!

I am sure that by autumn, a whole new set of fashion items will be the perfect accompaniment to my Brassybra but for now, summer is still clinging on and if you have any last minute summer trips (hopefully you do!), then Brassybra is the way to go! To shop Brassybra, click here.

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Thessaloniki, Greece

Thessaloniki, in northern Greece is the country's second largest city. In the far north, not too far from teh Macedonian border lies this lovely artistic and incredibly vibrant city. A relaxed way of life, where coffee and cigarettes in the sun is practically their religion, it is a brilliant place for young people or groups of friends. Seeped in history, with remnants of WW2 everywhere and of course the iconic White Tower, it is full of cafes, bars, lots of shops and a very bright cheerful atmosphere. It may be a small city but it is mighty and there are plenty of ruins and historical sites to see. The sightseeing bus is €10 per person and takes you to the big sights but possibly isn't the best value, as it seems to miss out some huge churches and monuments but you could pick the nearest bus stop and explore fully on foot; although my tired body did not allow it.

What To See

The White Tower is a historical point in the city and is beautiful. You can enter the tower and climb the stairs to the top to see the view of the sea and the city. Castro is also a brilliant place to see for views, you can hop on the city tour bus (€10 for the day) to see the sights, although it doesn't stop at many great places, it is a good way to get around if your time is limited there. At Castro there are little neigbourhoods to explore and a few ruins, including cafes and taverns with great views. The shopping area is huge in Thessaloniki. It is one long main street with boutiques and high street names, that make it a great stop off for shopping and treating yourself. I saw quite a few beautiful bag shops, good quality at good prices, it really was impressive for shoppers and can see its attraction for that alone. The main shopping street is on Tsmiski. If you take a walk along the waterfront, there are little gardens and artwork dotted around. It is very interesting for those who enjoy a little bit of culture and art. The city is famous for its students, so it's lively and always something going on!

The history of Thessaloniki is very fascinating and you will notice the architecture is slightly different to the south and the islands. It is stone mostly and has a definite influence from it's Macedonian roots. Of course, there was a large Jewish community and there is one lasting synagogue in the city from WW2 when sadly most of the Jews were exterminated by the Nazis. The holocaust memorial is not too far from Aristotelous Square on the main road.

Where To Stay 

I stayed at the Electra Palace Hotel. It was my second stay at an Electra hotel, as I have been to the one in Athens before and loved it. The location was perfect in Aristotelous Square, near to all the shops, all the cafes and within walking distance of the sea edge and the White Tower. There are lots of affordable hotels in Thessaloniki, many are based right in the city centre, but beware, it is a very LOUD city!! There are bikes, street noise, workers noises right through until about 4am and then it seemed to settle a little until about 7am but it's such a vibrant city, I found it to be even more noisy than Athens, but perhaps that was partly bad luck! For rentals and holiday homes I always use Clickstay!

I took this photo from the breakfast suite of the Electra Palace - those skies! So moody yet so beautiful!

My ultimate travel companion was this amazing heavy duty yet still soft bag from Rox and Ann
What Is Accessible From Thessaloniki

The answer is quite a lot! Down the coast, you have the beautiful resorts in Halkidiki, around an hour or so away, with beautiful hotels and stunning beaches, which are becoming very popular with holidaymakers in recent months. Also, there are plenty of your companies in the city which can take you to the nearby Mount Olympus and Meteora (I was highly impressed) which are all magical wonders of this fantastic country! I always book with Welcome Pickups anywhere in Europe to ensure reliable services to and from the airport!

So why not make this charming, small and friendly little city your next city break! For brilliant prices on villas with Clickstay click here!

Mycanae & Epidaurus With Key Tours

After two previous wonderful trips with Key Tours, I had the opportunity to work with them again, this time going on a bigger trip, a full day trip to Mycanae and Epidaurus in mainland Greece! It was an incredible trip from start to finish, the staff and guides are always informative, friendly, and our guide Katia was very good, telling us about the history of the city and information about the areas we passed. Our itinerary was jampacked, with a stop off at the Corinth Canal on the way and it was a fantastic sight to say the least! Here is a breakdown from start to finish of my amazing trip, including lots of photos which are guaranteed to give you Greek wanderlust!

Dress: Klass Collection 
8:15am - pick up from hotel and head out to the Peloponnese to our first stop at Mycanae. We have a short coffee break at Corinth Canal which is a 4 mile canal which is an absolutely wonderful sight, from the bridge above, looking down into the unforgiving waters! See below how huge the drop is!


Next it is onto Mycanae, an archeological site with fantastic ruins and a beehive monastary which is shaped like a dome and hive, where dead bodies were stored...it was truly fascinating and definitely a little creepy! Mycanae is also home to ruins on the top of the hill where their Acropolis was situated. It was interesting to know that many cities have an Acropolis, meaning the highest point in the city but of course the Acropolis in Athens is the most famous. There is a walk upto the ruins but with the bad wind and rain on the day, we were unable to climb to the top, but even just going half way gives you the opportunity to see the most wonderful views of the surrounding countryside. It is wonderful to hear about the mythology of the area and the site has a museum which is also incredibly informative. There is plenty to see and learn about!

After this, we moved forwards onto a pottery shop in the area to have a little chat about how the famous pottery is made, including the famous justice cup which spills out if you fill it too much, which holds a moral message that we should never be greedy. It was great time to look at the amazing shop and I picked up two little pots that were just €2!! The shop was fascinating, there is something very beautiful about the Greek styles, they are timeless and even today they are copied by some of the biggest brands in the world. Before our stop off for lunch in Nafplio (Greece's first capital before Athens took the throne), we had a small walking tour through the old town. It is an incredible place and truly would be a brilliant place to stop for a weekend, if you are in a car. There are boutique hotels, plenty of trendy restaurants, beautiful streets and shops and at the top there is the Fortress of Palamidi at the top boasting beautiful views. We were shown down to the harbour where we had a lunch waiting for us!

The town of Nafplio is used on the weekends mostly by Athenians who escape the heat and the hustle and bustle, for the quiet streets and relaxing waters in the area. It is also home to Greece's first ever pharmacy, which is incredible. Scroll down to see this gorgeous little town and why it was one of my highlights, I am sure you'll be able to see why!


Epidaurus is a popular and stunning ampitheatre and the best preserved in the world. It's not as big as I expected but it is majestic and certainly humbling. Every year, festivals are performed here, available in English also so all can enjoy! The area is surrounded by parkland, cafes and is a hotspot for tourists. Also, there is a museum with in depth details about the history and Greek mythology. The whole area is dripping in history and it is a very inspirational place to visit. The area of Epidaurus is also popular with its town on the coastline, which also makes this a fantastic place to visit if you have time. I was impressed with our tour guide for her consistency and knowledge of the history, it was so fascinating to hear about so much, there was too much to take in, but it was definitely worth it!

The drive back to Athens was also a magical experience. Driving down the coast all the way across back to Athens, you have stunning views high up of the Saronic gulf, and all its luscious villages and landscapes on the way back. The rain had held off, the sun was beaming and bright beautiful rainbows hung in the sky so perfectly. It had been a dreamy trip and I was certainly ready to look back at all my photos!

Key Tours are consistent with performance and prices, they are undoubtedly my go to when in Greece and they also offer airport transfers at competitive prices. If you would lke to see more or are thinking of booking some tours whilst you're in this stunning country, then click here! Thank you for an unforgettable day!!


Cultured Museums & Galleries & Travel With Tidlrs

Travelling is one of life's biggest adventures. Waking up in a new city, dipping your feet into the new culture, perhaps new language and of course making the memories and building up a large collection of Instagram worthy photos. Travel is good for the mind and the body, but also spiritually and I find that this is the biggest benefit of travelling. The outlook it gives you on life, the positivity that seeps into your mind, then creating a strong mindset is priceless. Mixing a little bit of art into your trip is also beneficial. Art galleries are such quiet peaceful places and often very inspirational. One of my favourite hobbies is to play with watercolours, so clearly Monet paintings are beautiful and subtle and it is definitely a goal of mine to see one in person. However, this blog is going to be for those who love that artistic culture of other countries nad so I'm pointing out five of the best museums worldwide that you must see if and when you're on the road.

To pick out some of the best locations and resorts to stay in whilst you're travelling, I highly suggest taking a peek at Tidlrs Travel Category here to see where your next luxury break could be. Whilst you're booking your next stay, take a peek at some of the best galleries you need to check out whilst you're there.

Photo Courtesy: wien.info
The Louvre, Paris 

Paris is the city of love, culture, beauty and art. The Louvre is home to the ever so famous Mona Lisa painting of course, and it is a museum that is jam packed full of incredible pieces of art so luscious and magical that you will leave feeling so inspired and probably incredibly fulfilled. From modern art to the renaissance period, The Louvre has it all, and the entrance fee is €9 which is, considering its fame is a good price for a museum entry. It is the world's most visited museum and this is incredibly pleasing for a culture lover like myself, because Paris is certainly holding the crown in the art world and it is a brilliant way to also appreciate history. The museum itself does become busy, so getting an early start may be a good bet if you do not want long queues and busy halls inside. Website here.

Photo Courtesy: Nomadic Matt
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam 

Amsterdam, as you probably know is the home of Van Gogh and a well known city for its art culture and its artistic flair; from galleries to shops and artwork in the streets, Holland is truly a place of art. At its core, it represents beauty, culture and freedom. The Van Gogh museum is a brilliant place to start if this is your type of art, however the Rijksmuseum has a much broader spectrum of artwork that would be better suited to art lovers. It focuses on Dutch art and history from the middle ages and some of the work includes Rembrandt and Van Gogh so this may be a good alternative to save money! The price of entry is €17.50 for adults, a little higher than Paris but there is a very good selection of famous artists and paintings. Website here.

Photo Courtesy: Rijksmuseum
Vatican Museums, Rome

Rome is the city of ancient history. Ever inch of Rome is seeped in history and therefore its Vatican Museums follow suit and home some incredible pieces of art. This gallery is not just paintings but is famous for its sculptures, including Renassiance art and of course paying homage to Pablo Picasso. The interior of the museum itself is well worth a visit, with stunning architecture. Its entry is €5 per ticket, which is well worth it for the art is houses and also for the building itself. This price also includes a visit to the Sistine Chapel and should be a brilliant tourist spot if you're in the city and wanting to take in as many sights as you can. Website here. If you're wanting a spot of luxury whilst staying in Italy then look for luxury villas from A&K.

Photo Courtesy: Secret Italy 
Tate Modern

My first visit to Tate Modern was in high school, when I felt that I did not fully aprpeciate it. I did not fully understand the history and significance of art as much as I do now. This is a brilliant museum for modern art lovers, with all its simplicity and bold colours, bright beautiful pieces of art that inspire and are so full of creation you could burst! Based in the heart of London, you can visit Tate Modern at a price of £25.00 (at its highest price, they vary). Inside you will find some pieces from Andy Warhol and more recent artists who have created and brought to life modern art in a way we did not think possible. Impressionism is also a big hit in London, so you will see many unusual and creative pieces. Website here.

Acropolis Museum, Athens

Athens is a very underrated city; beauty and culture all in one with history around every corner and the Acropolis Museum is a must see for those in the city.  The museum focuses heavily on science, with sculptures, findings from the city including rock formations and much more that is integral to the history of the city. Entry is €20 euros and €10 during winter. To experience the true history of Athens and what it represents, this museum is a must see. For more information on Athens and a comprehensive guide to the city, click here!