What To Do When It Rains in European Cities

‘Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink!’ wrote English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge in his poem ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’.  Perhaps he was inspired to write this line by the state of the weather?  Europe is a notoriously wet continent and even the more southerly countries don’t escape a bit of…

30 Things to do on Holiday in Tenerife

Known locally as the ‘Land of Eternal Spring’, sun-seekers have been flocking to Tenerife for years in search of its world-class beaches and bars. But look a little closer, and this small Spanish island has so much more to offer. The largest of the seven Canary Islands, Tenerife attracts roughly five million tourists a year-…

10 Top European Sights For Sore Eyes

Sightseeing in Europe? We’ve pulled together a list of must-sees in ten European capitals, from bars to shops and districts to museums. Some are real hidden gems, only known to locals, while others are well-known places but with a new twist or idea that even the most experienced sightseer will enjoy. Stockholm – The Royal Palace Stockholm’s…

An A-Z Guide to Berlin Fashion Week Summer 2015

 #Allblackeverything Berlin street style is a commitment to the understated. The monochrome crowds at Berlin Fashion Week are testament to the Berliner’s love of all things black. Black-on-black-on-black. In order to fit in to the crowds and also, possibly, gain entrance through some of  Berlin’s notoriously difficult door policies, just remember – #allblackeverything  Brandenberger  Tor The neoclassical…

Where to watch the Champions League Final in Berlin

On June 6, the European Cup final will kick off in the German Capital for the first time ever, and for those who were not lucky enough to get tickets in the ballot, we’ve scoured our city to find the best alternative places to watch the Champions League Final in Berlin. It is fitting that the…

Blooming Gorgeous! The Roots Of Europe’s National Flowers

The stunning beauty of nature can be truly appreciated during springtime, when the world comes alive after the bitter months of winter. For many people, spring is characterised by a plethora of wonderful flowers which burst from the soil from March through to May. The same feeling of triumph that we experience as winter disappears…

Style and Substance : Where to Shop in Hong Kong

Shopping is popularly regarded as the national pastime in Hong Kong, and millions of visitors each year are drawn to its dense network of modern malls, packed markets and carefully curated boutiques. Most items sold do not have any tax attached, and this combined with the huge number of competing stores makes prices in Hong Kong…

Wimdu’s Favourite European Romantic Destinations Revealed!

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. Many couples will be celebrating this special day in the most romantic European cities; Paris, Rome and Venice. Europe is packed with city spots that could make a perfect romantic destination. Read on to discover the best spots for spending some quality time with your loved one.  Lisbon: The epitome…