Bianca shows us her Maltese adventures.
Rock climbing enthusiast and blogger Bianca Malata, of It's All Bee, guest posts for easyJet Holidays about her rock climbing and kayaking adventures in Malta and Gozo.
Each time I call a call centre or visit the bank, I can almost guarantee I will be addressed as Ms Malta instead of Malata.
So, just as well, that moment had come when I could finally set foot on the island itself! Malta was going to be my home for 5 days in May. Continue reading Discovering the hidden playground of Malta’s azure waters
Check out the view from Arthur's Seat! Credit: Jacob Little
Guest blogger and roaming photographer Jacob brings you his list of five unmissable things you can get up to in Auld Reekie...
There is no doubt that Edinburgh is a city of culture, history and intrigue. The capital of Scotland constantly ranks as one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and in 2012 it was voted Destination of the Year. Here are five things you can do quickly, cheaply and easily on a city break in Edinburgh. Continue reading Five things to do in Edinburgh
It's time to hit the beach...
With miles of golden beaches and trendy bars to choose from, it’s no wonder that so many Brits flock to the Costa Blanca year after year.
Right now you have the chance to save up to 20% on a Costa Blanca holiday as part of the Spain sale, which runs until 26th May 2013, so here’s a bit more about the area and its long-standing appeal to holidaymakers. Continue reading Fast Facts about the Costa Blanca
Look after those all-important Euros...
With the shocking news that a group of holidaymakers spent a whopping £54 on four ice-creams during a short break in Rome, it’s no surprise that many of us are left wary of getting into tourist traps and being charged over the odds for our treats.
Roger Bannister had to fork out €16 per ice-cream after not studying the menu carefully enough when he visited the city, but luckily the average scoop of gelato won't normally cost quite as much.
If you found yourself cringing at their blunder and you want to avoid a similar sting in your wallet, just follow these top tips to save money on your holiday. Continue reading Don’t Blow the Budget on Ice-Cream: Top 5 Money Saving Holiday Tips
These guys blogged their way to an April nomination.
This month has been another busy one for the travel blogging community.
April saw these posts catch the eye of the blog team, featuring everything from technology on the road to traditional dancing… which is your favourite? Continue reading Blogger of the Month: April 2013
Milan enjoys May Day in the sun. Credit: Roberto D'Angelo.
It’s not just about leaving winter behind and dancing around a maypole – May 1st is marked on the calendar as a national holiday for much of Europe, where workers, students and love-struck couples all have their turn in the spotlight.
Find out how different countries start the month in their own special way. Continue reading May Day around Europe
Prague is just one of the destinations on sale. Grab a bargain!
You can save up to 20% on selected last minute city breaks by taking advantage of the easyJet Holidays sale, now open until midnight on 5th May 2013.
The question is, which destination is right for you? Continue reading Grab a Bargain in the European City Breaks Sale
From Puerto Banus to Fuengirola, which will you choose?
With so many different places to choose from, how do you know which Costa Del Sol resort is right for you?
The easyJet Holidays blog team have narrowed it down to help you work out which one best fits your needs. Continue reading Where to stay in the Costa Del Sol: Find the resort for you
Stay cool, Istanbul!
Spanning two continents and with a vibrant cultural scene, there’s nowhere quite like Istanbul for a city break, and it’s trendier than ever, with plenty of interesting sights to discover. Continue reading The Coolest Things To Do In Istanbul
The city is yours - here's Krakow.
So, you want to discover Krakow’s history and culture without spending a fortune? It can be done.
The city is friendly, affordable and there is always plenty to see on a Krakow break, including regular free events such as food festivals and concerts. Continue reading Free Things To Do In Krakow