The Scandinavian powerhouse of Norway sits at the top of Europe bordering Sweden, Finland and Russia. Oslo, which sits to the south of the country is engulfed by Oslofjord, which is one of the countries natural formations of steep cliffs with sea inlets. These can be found all around the Norwegian coast. Arriving at Oslo […]Read More Oslo, Norway – The Fjord Capital
Before you go to Chernobyl, you need to remember it’s not Disneyland. There are dangers to yourselves or others if not listening to your guides or not abiding by the rules the authorities have set out. It’s also not a place teaming with nuclear activity that will infect you as soon as you arrive, so […]Read More Is Chernobyl safe to visit?
On the 26th April 1986, reactor number 4 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, exploded causing nuclear materials to spread across the area displacing people from their homes, killing hundreds, and causing life long illnesses to many more. We used Chernobyl Tour as our guides for the exclusion zone and they gave us a fantastic […]Read More Chernobyl, Ukraine – Into the exclusion zone
Our visit to the Ukraine left us amazed, shocked, and full of new experiences and cultures. It’s definitely one of Europe’s hidden gems and needs to be visited more. Traveling by air, you will most likely arrive at Boryspil International Airport. An approximate 40 minutes to the centre of Kiev. Getting into the city we […]Read More Kiev, Ukraine – 105 Underground
Porto is a city in the North of Portugal, which shares the Iberian peninsula with neighboring Spain. This port town on the Atlantic coast is famed for the speciality wine it has produced throughout the years. Arriving by air will see you into the Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport which is an approximate 15-20 minute drive […]Read More Porto, Portugal – The port of wine
The tiny island nation located right in the Mediterranean sea, just below Italy and above Libya and Tunisia gives you great history along with that sunshine vibe you get being in Southern Europe. Arriving in Malta by air will see you into Luqa airport which is approximately a 15 minute drive into the city centre […]Read More Valletta, Malta – The fortress city
Iceland. A land of waterfalls, geysirs, lagoons and elves. This Nordic gem in the North Atlantic offers visitors adventure and heaps of culture as they travel the golden circle, explore Reykjavik’s city streets or go on the hunt for the northern lights. Most likely you will all start your journey at Keflavik airport, which is […]Read More Iceland – Nature at its finest