Start your day with breakfast at Milk Bar. You’ll find milk bars throughout the United Kingdom, offering affordable, gourmet coffee and a small selection of food. Enjoy a flat white, cappuccino or other coffee beverage, plus a scone or breakfast pastry, for just a few pounds.
Since you’re already there, explore the Inverness Victorian Market, built in the late 1800s as the first covered market in the city. There are more than 40 locally owned shops with items you won’t find elsewhere.
Inverness Castle is just a short walk away, overlooking River Ness. The site has been home to several different castles, since as early as 1057. The current castle was built in 1836 and is still used for government offices today. As such, you can’t tour the interior, but you can pay £5 to climb to the lookout tower.
Grab lunch across the street at Castle Tavern. The quaint restaurant has both indoor and outdoor seating. Menu options include an array of Scottish favorites, including steak pie (£13) and battered haddock with fries (£13). Wash it all down with local ale.
Take a trip just outside the city for a visit to not only an important historic spot, but also an important spot for any Outlander fans. Culloden Battlefield stretches across a wide expanse of beautiful Scottish countryside. There’s a visitor center and museum, which costs a small fee, but walking the battlefield is completely free.
Once you’ve worked up an appetite walking the grounds, grab a casual dinner at Platform 8, which serves up pub food and ale at a reasonable price. You’ll find a variety of choices, including pub classics, steaks, burgers and more. You can easily enjoy dinner for less than £10.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Barcelona has seen a recent influx of craft cocktails bars within the past five years or so, and Sant Antoni seems to be one of the city’s epicenters of such swanky watering holes. Amid the crisscross streets, organic grocery stores and the soon-to-open, recently renovated Sant Antoni market is Bitter, an inconspicuous cocktail bar where there’s more than meets the eye.
Friends and family members of travelers are always looking for the right gift. It’s hard to find something that will surprise a traveler and also be something they use often. Many are trying to look past the typical gifts travelers get, such as notebooks and pens, and looking more toward destination-specific or more unique items. Gift giving can be difficult for some that don’t know what a traveler is looking for or needs, but these three gifts are a great starting point.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
As one of the more traveled islands in the South Pacific with an increasingly gay-friendly community and culture of its own, Tahiti is an easy option for your next getaway. You may already know all about the island’s beauty and attractions, but there are a couple specific destinations worth a visit.