Unusually for Tokyo, this smart-looking ryokan caters almost exclusively for foreigners, and so the staff are well-informed on what the city has to offer and are often willing to help organise tours or cultural events. The communal living room is often lively. Bathrooms in the ryokan are all shared, but are very clean. The smallest room sleeps four, the largest eight, and rates drop according to how many people are sharing the room. beds from £24
The Travel Hack’s Guide to Barcelona You’ve booked your flights and now you’re wondering what you can actually do in Barcelona. Well step this way, as we share our Barcelona guide. Having visited a few times, including just last month, it includes some of our favourite tourist spots, as well as some lesser known favourite finds. A word of warning though – if you haven’t booked your flights, you’ll probably be reaching for your card by the end of this post!
Verona clamps down on tourists visiting Romeo and Juliet's balcony
Verona, Italy, Juliet's Balcony.. I love how much history this place has. I've always wanted to visit it. The fact this place had been built for a character from one of Shakespeares most well known place a really shows how much of a genius the man was.