More and more often, people are making decisions based on how Instagrammable it will be – from where to get coffee, what to wear every day, and even where to go on holiday. In fact, 40% of millennials will choose a travel destination based on its Instagrammability, making it the number one motivator when planning a holiday.
With more youngsters than ever taking a gap year to sow their wild oats and travel around the world before starting university and embarking on their professional careers, we've gotten curious as to which would be the aptest destinations for these so-called "Generation Z" travellers. So, we've gone ahead and carried out thorough research to determine what would be the most popular world corners for gap year student travellers. Keep reading to find out which made it to the top of our list.
Father's Day is just around the corner taking place on Sunday 17th June. As families make up a large group of our holidaymakers, we know just how important a role Dads play in families and so we wanted to mark this occasion in a special way.
We've all been there on holiday - eagerly awaiting to order a local dish that seems delicious by the description on the menu and when the waiter comes along we struggle to pronounce it or think we've done it right just to be met with puzzled looks. This is why we've compiled this international food pronunciation guide, to help you avoid mispronouncing famous dishes around the world and forgo the shame of this common, yet often irritating tourist faux pas.